The Taj Mahal hotel has close to 300 rooms and suites with fabulous views and superb décor. An all-weather swimming pool adorned with beautiful gardens, a soothing spa, several reputed multi-cuisine outlets complete the full picture of the Taj Mahal hotel.
Visit the seat of power, the Presidential Palace and the Parliament of the largest working democracy in the world. After visiting the beautiful Humayun’s Tomb and the Qutab Minar you will return back to the hotel. Take some time off to go to the Spa. The hotel offers multiple options to choose your meal from Indian, continental and Chinese cuisines.
When you get back to hotel a typical Taj breakfast awaits you. While you have free time at the hotel enjoy the facilities at the hotel or you may simply laze easy by the pool enjoying your favourite book. These are moments of relaxation before your advance for afternoon safari in the woods.
You will arrive at the beautiful lakeside and from the jetty, you will be taken to your romantic abode of the Taj Lake Palace . For nearly three centuries, the Lake Palace has been the Eden of pleasures and pampering for the Kings, Queens, the elite and classy aristocrats. Enjoy the moment as flower petals shower on you from the heavens. Check in to your historical suite and enjoy the fantastic décor, the historical frescoes and the fabulous view of the lake Pichola, the Aravali hill ranges beyond and a fantastic sunset in the evening! Relax and soak in the moment. Roger Moore was probably doing the same some 35 years ago during the shooting of James Bond!
To begin, a walking tour through the narrow streets of the old city will take you through streets brimming with shops selling clothing, silver jewellery, handmade silk paintings. City Palace is only located a few steps from here. The intricate work of art in the rooms of the City Palace is just amazing you will witness these in form of coloirful enamels, decorative art, antique furtniture and beautiful paintings. The day comes to an end with visit to beautiful rose garden Saheliyon Ki bari and with visit to the 17th century Jagdish temple.