Accolades for being the most romantic luxury hotels in the world, the Lake Palace was originally called the Jag Niwas Palace which was served as the pleasure palace of Maharana Jagat Singh II, especially in summers. Constructed between 1743 and 1746 on a pleasing island in the Lake Pichola, this palace is famed for beholding wondrous sights. Walls of this graceful residency are elegantly adorned with semi-precious stones making it the most luxurious place to stay.
The Imperial Hotel, one among Asia’s finest luxury hotels is located in the heart of the national capital. Also honored with the title of Best Heritage Hotel in India, The Imperial Hotel is famed for showcasing an awe-inspiring reminiscent glimpse of blissful days of bygone Raj era. This luxury residency resides some of the classic specimens of iconic heritage wrapped magnificently in colonial elegance. Stroll across its corridors for a fabulous glimpse of the time full of Victorian charms and impressions.
An urban oasis in the royal city of Rajasthan, Jaipur’s lavish Samode Palace is a traditional Indian mansion that’s sitting calmly in an exuberant garden area with a series of lavish apartments arranged in an intimate courtyard. Samode Palace is a 175-year-old palace that’s famed for bestowing most luxurious boutique experiences in the country. Opting for a stay in any of its 39 light-filled rooms, which are furnished with antiques placed on mosaic flooring, is definitely a move towards experiencing the regal luxury.
Praised for being India’s first harbor landmark, Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai offers splendid views of the Arabian Sea and Gateway of India. Built in 1903, this legendary luxury hotel has played a vital role in hosting stays for eminent personalities from all over the world and is acknowledged broadly for being a world leader in the hospitality industry. Each of its 500 rooms & suits between the palace and the tower wing strikes astounding likens of cultural heritage, nostalgic elegance, and modern facilities.