When it comes to Indian hotels, it's all about the palace… After all, who wouldn't want to stay in a palace hotel? It's like having your own personal Taj Mahal. Not all of India's grand hotels are in palaces, of course, but why not live like a maharaja, at least for one night.
Some were once actual palaces; the Taj Lake Palace Hotel in Udaipur dates to 1746, and today you ferry across the waters of Lake Pichola with the Aravali Mountains as the backdrop to reach the four-acre island. Other hotels, while no less grand, are re-creations of palaces, like the Oberoi Udaivilas), which was built in 2002. Or stay in the shadows of the ultimate palace: the Oberoi Amarvilas is just 1,900 feet from the Taj Mahal.
You can also head to the Himalayas and stay at Wildflower Hall, set at 8,300 feet among a cedar-and-pine forest, a place that became the Raj era's summertime capital. While it's also a re-creation of a palace, traces of ancient India--in Shimla's monasteries--are nearby.
And don't neglect India's booming cities: when in Mumbai, check out the iconic Taj Mahal Palace, completed in 1903 and overlooking the Arabian Sea New Delhi has the colonial-era Imperial, which mixes Victorian, Colonial and Deco styles into one of the country's absolute best hotels.
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