The Oberoi Udaivilas, India

The Oberoi resorts are widely regarded as one of the most beautiful resorts in the world, and their Udaivilas are no exception.

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The fairy tale resort is located on the bank of Lake Pichola in Western India and is situated on the 200 year old hunting grounds of the Maharana of Mewar.

The design of the hotel is reflective of the area it is in.The seven lakes of Udaipur are linked by Canals, similarly the various domes of the resort are linked by a series of corridors. The beautiful domes are filled with floods of natural light, with amazing views of the lake and gardens that surround the area.

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Guests have a choice of nine stunning rooms, each with their own terrace and semi private pool. There are also a variety of events to take part in whilst at the hotel including culinary, yoga, art and henna classes, as well as cruises on the lake, sight seeing tours and a glorious spa. The resort includes a twenty acre wildlife sanctuary with a range of animals including peacocks, white spotted deer and wild boar.

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The resort was reviewed by readers of Travel +Leisure during their annual award season for its excellence in hospitality and travel, based on the rooms and facilities, location, service, food, restaurant and value.

Executive Chairman of the Oberoi group, Mr Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi commented on the recognition saying “We are honoured that we have been able to play a small role in ‘Make in India’ by being the best hotel brand in the world and also having the best hotel in the world… I dedicate this award to our guests and to all employees of The Oberoi Group. Our people are our biggest asset – they have worked passionately to ensure our guests receive warm, personalised and caring service.”

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Staying at The Oberoi is definitely on our bucket list and an incomparable experience. Its peaceful location and inspired design create an atmosphere of complete tranquility.

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