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India has made an indelible mark in the area of hospitality and offers the finest accommodation facilities to travellers from all across the globe. The distinctive features of Indian hotels are high standard and quality accommodation along with contemporary facilities at par with world standards. From the modern state-of-the-art comfort of deluxe properties to the royal heritage ambience of palace hotels and havelis, from the rustic ambience of deluxe tents in the desert to the unique Kerala houseboats in the tranquil backwaters, India offers a wide array of accommodation, meeting every need of the discerning traveller, be it leisure, conferences or incentives.
  
Taj Hari Mahal
Spread over six acres of lush, landscaped gardens, this palace of the 21st century offers luxurious refinement. With its Marwar style architecture and Moghul-inspired domes, enamelled murals, slender columns, and grand interiors, this is design that lives up to the fantasy. Located close to the city markets, guests can find much to see and experience. Accessibility: Airport – 2 km, Railway station – 4 km. Accommodation: Guests can immerse themselves in opulent comfort in any of the 93 rooms including 42 Superior Pool View rooms, 48 Superior Garden view rooms and 3 Executive suites. Restaurants & Bars: Marwar offers multi-cuisine dishes; The Jodhpur Good Earth serves authentic Chinese cuisine; The Meharangarh Terrace offers traditional Marwar cuisine under the stars; Barbeque Restaurant (seasonal), open only in the evening; Courtyard (seasonal), open air restaurant for fine dinning and The Bar. Other Facilities: Spa, beauty parlour, car hire service, currency exchange, doctor-on-call, express laundry, bookshop, fitness centre, shopping arcade, souvenir shop, swimming pool, pastry shop, tennis & croquet court, massage rooms, walking track, library, activity centre and extensive conference facilities.
Umaid Bhawan Palace
Umaid Bhawan Palace is the last of the great palaces of India and one of the largest residences in the world set amidst 26 acres of lush gardens. The palace has served as the principal residence of the Jodhpur royal family since 1943. It is a blend of eastern and western architectural influences and its majestic 105-foot high cupola is influenced by the Renaissance, while the towers draw inspiration from Rajput tradition. The lavish interiors with gilt furniture and elegant artwork follow the art Deco style. Accessibility: Airport – 3 km, Railway Station – 5 km, Downtown – 3 km. Accommodation: Guests can savour the grandeur of one of the world’s most spectacular palace hotels with a choice of 64 luxurious rooms and suites – 20 Deluxe rooms, 4 Luxury rooms, 28 Regal Suites, 1 Royal Suite, 1 Maharaja Suite and 1 Maharani suite. Restaurants & Bars: Risala, the elegant multi-cuisine, a la carte restaurant; The Pillars coffee shop and The Trophy Bar watering hole offers a choice of spirits and beverages. Other Facilities: Business centre, library, 24-hour room service, billiards, tennis, squash, croquet & jogging track, money exchange, doctor and beautician on call , golf, horse riding & polo arranged on request, health club & indoor swimming pool, boutique, laundry, palmist/astrologer, shopping arcade, travel desk, ayurvedic massage and four venues for meeting and banquets.