The icon of Udaipur, this romantic white-marble palace seemingly floating on the lake is extraordinary, with open-air courtyards, lotus ponds and a small, mango-tree-shaded pool. Rooms are hung with breezy silks and filled with carved furniture. Some of the cheapest overlook the lily pond rather than the lake; the mural-decked suites will make you truly feel like a maharaja.

Access is by boat from the hotel’s own jetty in the City Palace gardens. Rates can vary a lot with season and demand: check the website.

Property description

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Please note that guests are required to produce a valid ID proof at the time of check in. Foreign guests need to produce a valid passport with visa whereas Indian guests need to produce a valid Government approved ID. PAN card will not be considered as proof. Please note that for Indian guests, cash settlements of INR 50000 and above will require a pan card copy during check out. Please note that the property has mandatory gala dinner on Dec 24,2018 and Dec 31, 2018. All the charges are to be paid directly at the property. Rates are as follows: 24th Dec 2018 - INR 7500 for an adult and INR 3750 for a child below 12 yrs of age. 31st Dec 2018 - INR 17750 for an adult and INR 8775 for a child below 12 yrs of age at Neel Kamal. INR 22750 for an adult and INR 11375 for a child below 12 yrs of age at Jharokha. Please note that any cancellation will entail GST (Goods and Service Tax) as well as the room rates.

Please inform Taj Lake Palace in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.

Quick description

Situated in the middle of Lake Pichola and built in 1746, Taj Lake Palace is built with marble and features majestic architecture. It offers a full service spa at Jiva Spa and customised programmes including site-specific yoga sessions. It has breathtaking views of the City Palace, Aravalli and Machla Magra hills, and Jag Mandir. Rooms come with butler service. For a truly local experience, the hotel offers guided heritage walks, astrology sessions and cultural shows. Leisure facilities include a 24-hour fitness centre and a hot/cold spa pool. There is also a shopping arcade, games room and business centre. Guests can take a heritage walk and know all the details about the palace. Taj Lake Palace boasts rooms with beautifully carved wooden furniture and luxurious silk fabrics. Offering garden or lake views, each room has a flat-screen TV and DVD player. The private bathroom comes with a bathtub, Forest Essential toiletries and shower. Offering views of the lily pond and a traditional ambience, Neel Kamal is a fine-dining dinner-only restaurant that serves authentic flavours of the royal cuisine of Udaipur, the North West Frontier and other Indian delights. Bhairo is a rooftop restaurant that treats you to European cuisines. Jharokha that overlooks the Lake Pichola is an all-day dining restaurant. Amrit Sagar Bar offers a selection of cigars, sheeshas and wines. The property offers private dining in fairy tale settings with handcrafted menus. The hotel is just 1 km from the city centre. It is 4 km from Udaipur Railway Station and 26 km from Maharana Pratap Airport.