Udaipur is known as the city of lakes. It’s endlessly fascinating beauty calls out to the intrepid traveler and from all directions world-over. Over the course of the past decades, Udaipur has emerged as a bespoke destination for fancy Indian weddings.
Yet what is incredible is that once the mega marriages and those elaborate traditional festivities are done with, the city recedes into being a quiet oasis of charm and splendor.
The beautiful abode of the lake Pichola, the grandiose beacon of beauty of Rajasthan, and an incredibly charming city that’s home to hundreds of havelis and hotels- there’s never really a dull day in Udaipur.
Now, the land that boasts of the incredibly exotic Hotel Lake Palace has a fancy new achievement that one may say should be proudly boasted about on the city’s enthralling resume.
In an age where luxury and travel often go hand in hand, it’s not always that one finds a city that matches the two unique desires of the 21st century- right? And on those lines, it must be said that Udaipur can be very proud of the fact that its famous (The) Leela Palace Hotel has only recently been adjudged as the world’s best hotel.
Marked as the best among the best (of hotels in the whole wide world) in the decorated Travel+Leisure platform, Udaipur’s den of grandeur- The Leela Palace- has earned the serene city a jewel whose shine will sparkle not only on the whole of Rajasthan but also on the country.
The following is the ranking of several other posh hotels that have made it to the list of the esteemed media platform:
While Leela Palace topped the Asia list of top resort hotels, Taj Lake Palace was ranked 7th and Oberoi Udaivilas was ranked 10th on the list. Properties were classified as city or resort based on their locations and amenities.
In its incredible description of the bespoke luxurious hotel, the said media emphasized on the key factors that awarded it with the premium recognition:
“A breathtaking view of Lake Pichola” is just one reason Travel + Leisure readers gave for choosing this Rajasthan hotel as their favorite. The elegant 72-room, eight-suite “service-oriented” property excels in “glamour and romance,” according to one fan, who said the hotel would be “ideal for honeymoons or special celebrations.” But the staff will go above and beyond, whether there’s an occasion or not, to help arrange excursions to local sights, including the Crystal Gallery and Vintage Car Museum. Readers also appreciated the hotel’s “excellent” facilities, which include a sumptuous spa where guests can unwind with Ayurveda-inspired treatments.