Lake Palace Hotel
Welcome to Lake Palace Hotel
What may have begun as a defiant gesture was turned into one of the most romantic hotels in the world, by Maharana Bhagat Singh in 1963. Being a far-sighted man, he realized that the Maharajas were in the twilight o their glory and should quickly seek alternatives to preserve their heritage. The Maharana recognized the potential of the Lake Palace’s romantic location. Its reconstruction began in 1959. In 1963 the Lake Palace opened its doors to its first guests. And in 1971 the Taj took over the hotel Lake Palace, adding 75 luxurious rooms. Giving you a glimpse of elegance and extravagance that had thus far been reserved for royalty.
Paradise beside the Lily Pond
The Shimmering Lake Pichhola surrounds the Lake Palace Hotel with a unique mystique, all its own. The Lily pond seems to carry that very mystique inside, in the center of the Palace. Here, dining is a pleasure during the day. And magic at night. The effect is that of time coming to a standstill. Nothing intrudes you privacy, peace and tranquility, leaving you to wonder if paradise can be this serene.
The Palace of Romance
The Lake Palace was conceived in romance. The location of Lake Palace Hotel, too, is testimony, floating in the center of the shimmering waters of Lake Pichhola. Where each sunrise is more beautiful than the last. And no night quite like the other. Where you and your beloved can dine under a canopy of stars, while gently gliding over the placid waters of the lake. With the palace casting its long reflection over calm water, lending the night a magical aura.
Restaurant & Bar:
Neel Kamal: The fine dining restaurant overlooking the Lily Pond, bears a décor reminiscent of royal banquet halls. Elegant crockery and crystal complemet the rich upholstery and gilt embellished arches. The restaurant serves a delectable selection of local ‘Rajasthani’ fare, and other Indian favourites. Lunch: 1230 hours – 1430 hours & Dinner 1930 hours – 2230 hours.
Jharokha: The informal all-day dining restaurant by the lake with it’s scalloped arches frame has splendid views of the lake and City Palace. Enjoy a contemporary fare from the extensive menu featuring a vibrant array of dishes from around the world.
Amrit Sagar – Sea of Nectar: A stylish bar is renowned for its fine selection of vintage wines, spirits, cigars and ‘sheeshas’. The bar has a refreshing indoor-outdoor ambiance, and a relaxed charm that invites guests to lounge any time of the day.
The Royal Butlers can create magical dining moments wherever you desire be it be within the luxury of your suite, a sit down dinner by the Lily Pond; a romantic dinner on the Mewar Terrace, dinner on the marigold decked royal barge or pontoon or a candle studded courtyard.
83 Rooms, including 17 Suites
Most of the rooms offer a view of the lake along with the City Palace, Aravali mountain ranges and/or the Jagmandir Palace, the neighbouring island palace. All the rooms are well equipped with guest amenities like international direct dial facility, private bars, colour television with satellite programmes, personal safe, hair dryer and dataport facility amongst others. Wi – fi – wireless internet access is also available.
The Luxury Rooms offer sumptuous comfort and princely-inspired décor. Some rooms provide stunning views of the lake while others the beautiful Lily Pond.
The Palace Rooms offer opulent comfort and inspired design befitting royalty. Apart from guest amenities, they have a lake view.
The Royal Spa Suite The Rang Mahal or palace of colour adorns colourful embellishments. Located in one of the oldest parts of the palace, this lovely one bedded suite, charmingly set in two levels, has a treatment room (massage room) and its own private Jacuzzi. The suite enjoys scenic views of the lake and Jagmandir Palace.
The Royal Suites are graced with traditional décor, impeccable interiors and stained glass windows. They offer all guest amenities as well as separate sit-out with stunning views of the lake and Aravali mountain range.
The Grand Royal Suites – High ceilings, deeply-carved mouldings, ornate glasswork, and miniature paintings transport guests to a world of Rajasthan magnificence. Many rooms offer unique features, such as Jacuzzi tubs, marble clad bathrooms with switch-lite glass windows, rainforest showers, original works of art, crystal chandeliers, as well as vistas.
The Shambhu Prakash Suite, furnished in impressive, opulent strokes and graced with high curved arches, exudes grandeur and a European touch. An adjoining balcony offers panoramic views of the lake and hills.
Other Facilities & Services:
Broadband Internet access, Colour copier, Laptop computers on hire, Mobile phones on hire, Multimedia computers, Portable printers on hire, Secretarial services, Wireless Internet access, Babysitting, Car Hire Service, Currency Exchange, Doctor-on-call, Express Laundry/Dry cleaning, Florist, Heritage Champagne Walks at the Palace, Special Meal Experience at a choice of locations, Taj Spa and outdoor swimming pool, Vintage cars available for airport transfer and city tours, Shopping and Sightseeing excursions, Swimming Pool (Outdoor), Udaipur theme event, Taj Spa, Yoga and meditation classes
Lake Palace ,P.O. Box No. 5,
Lake Palace Hotel
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: +91.7737074886, 9829436491
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