Experience Pure Royalty : 7 Most Luxurious Palaces In India

Are you dreaming of a grand, luxurious vacation in a castle far away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Do you wish to live a few nights as a queen or a king, surrounded by opulence and the splendour of heritage? That doesn't have to be just a dream. With so many palaces in India being converted to heritage hotels, it could totally happen. We give you the most beautiful palace hotels you could stay at:

1. Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur, Rajasthan

With its royal history, there are a lot of palaces in Rajasthan and the Lake Palace in Udaipur is perhaps the most beautiful. Situated on the island of Jag Niwas in Lake Pichola and built in the 1700s, speedboats will take you to the vacation   that you've been dreaming of! It's one of the most romantic hotels on our list, so heading there with your loved one would be a good idea.

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2. Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad, Telangana

This gem of architecture was built in the 1890s and was where the wealthy Nizams of Hyderabad resided. It literally translates into Mirror of the Sky. The palace has been built with shades of Italian and Tudor architecture and is a wonderfully classy stay for anyone who needs a grand vacation!

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3. Jehan Numa Palace, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Built in the 19th century in typical colonial style, this is possibly the most comfortable stay if you ever find yourself in Bhopal. Its hospitality is unmatched and the food with both European and Mughal dishes on the menu is absolutely scrumptious. Its the opulent vacation of your dreams!

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4. Oberoi Grand, Kolkata, West Bengal

Originally built as the private residence of Colonel Grand in the early 19th century, this hotel is known as the Grand Dame of Kolkata, and for good reason too look how pretty and luxurious it is! Built in a neo-classical style, this palace is a glimpse into colonial times .

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5. Nadesar Palace, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

This palace is a quiet retreat, an oasis in the busy city of Varanasi. It was built in 1799 (its origins are rather mysterious) and is set amongst beautiful gardens, mango orchards and fields of jasmine and marigold. It contains many artefacts and original furniture from the bygone era to give you a true taste of the past .

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Also Read: 10 Things to do in Varanasi

6. Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Considered one of the largest private residences of the world, this palace was built in 1943. Its divided into three functional parts: the owners residencewho belonged to the erstwhile royal family of Jodhpur, a museum on the history of the royal family and the Taj Hotel. The building has a whopping 347 rooms. Its the definition of grandeur!

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7. Lalitha Palace, Mysore, Karnataka

Built in 1921 at the orders of the Wodeyars (the royal family of the princely state of Mysore), this palace was made to resemble the St. Pauls Cathedral in London. Its heritage suites still contain many relics from the past including the furniture. Its the perfect venue for one magnificently royal holiday .

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Pack your bags and get ready for that opulent vacation that you're going to tell stories about for years to come! Because who doesn't like living like a king? Plan now with our user friendly itinerary marker

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If life is a journey, let me capture its every frame. This line aptly describes my dreams and aspirations. An ardent traveller, a foodie by birth, a lover of life and a simple person at heart.My dream is to travel every corner of the world and my journey has already begun.

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