Grand Royal Suites
The Grand Royal Suites are the epitome of royal grandeur and offer guests a taste of the finest traditions and lifestyles of the princely kingdom of Udaipur. The resplendent Grand Royal Suites are the part of the original design of the palace and their decadence is legendary. Many Grand Royal Suites also flaunt an attached terrace. However lavish the suites may be, they are also warm and welcoming to a fault.
Grand Royal Suite Amenities
- Average Room Size - 1000 to 1200 Square Feet.
- Lake, City Palace & ancient summer retreat palace views
- Contemporary décor with traditional influences
- Exquisite King beds / Ploh feather duvet on each mattress
- Turndown service
- Plasma TV / DVD Player / Tea Coffee maker
- Luxurious high-end Frette linen from Italy with 492 thread count
- Full size bathtub with separate shower facilities.
- Forest Essential bath amenities.
- Cypress Bathrobes / Embroidered Slippers
- Plus, terry bath towels
- Bath setup
- Pillow Menu / Quilt menu
- Make up mirror / Hair dryer from Aliseo / Equinox weighing scale
- Suit, skirt and padded hangers
- High-speed Internet access
- Wi-Fi access on chargeable basis
- Dual line telephones with voicemail and data line capabilities
- Facsimile on request
- Private Bar
- In-room, electronic safe. Not laptop size.
- Sewing kit on request
- 24-hour in-room dining
- Housekeeping service every 24 hours
- Choice of smoking and non smoking rooms
- Fruit Platter
- Goodnite Chocolates
- Bottle of Wine
- Chocolate platter
Khush Mahal, tucked away in the rear of the palace, was once the queen’s chamber.Its understated, elegant interiors, cusped arches and other authentic details define the spectacular suite. An antique swing, suspended by decorative gleaming brass chains, invites you to sit back and enjoy the charm of this suite. Coloured glass panels transform sunrays into a kaleidoscope of colours, infusing the room with an enchanting warm ambience.
Udai Mahal pays tribute to the illustrious and foresighted ruler Maharana Udai Singh II, who laid the foundations of Udaipur, on a cluster of hills near Lake Pichola in the mid-16th century. The exquisitely furnished suite, embellished with original miniature paintings, brocade panelling and antique ivory inlaid chairs, recreate a regal world to be savoured by modern connoisseurs.
Sarva Ritu or the All Seasons Suite is a seamless blend of royal living and contemporary luxury. The interiors are embellished with charming beds, decorative wooden headboards, rich furnishings, a brilliant Waterford chandelier and engravings. Closing the corner chattri, which was once a partly open pavilion, has enhanced the beauty of this suite. So you can soak yourself in complete privacy and drink in the spectacular view of the lake and mountains.
Kamal Mahal or Lotus Palace alludes to the beauty of the flower, traditionally regarded as a symbol of purity in India. The pristine beauty of the suite, with its select artefacts, paintings, furniture and carpets, conveys a warm and welcoming ambience. A Pichwais, a revered, hand-painted cloth traditionally crafted in Nathdwara, for display behind idols, adds beauty to the suite.
The Sajjan Niwas suite, built by Maharana Sajjan Singh between 1874-1884, retains an old world charm in its lamps, portraits, glass mosaics, traditional cloth fans, inlaid doors and intricate furniture. The bedroom of the suite, decorated with frescoes depicting the Hindu deity Krishna, is suffused with romance. The Sajjan Niwas Suite Terrace opens onto the lake with spectacular views of Jagmandir Island and Aravallis.Intimate dinners and private parties easily suggest themselves for this idyllic venue.
The Chandra Prakash, or Lustre of the Moon suite, glows like a celestial orb with golden-yellow chandeliers and lamps softly lighting the decorative gilt mouldings, and sinuously sculpted marble. Fine fretted screens, floors inlaid with yellow, diamond-shaped tiles and ceiling frescoes complete the luminescent décor. Maharana Bhopal Singh held court in this august room in the 1930’s making it the only suite to hold this honour.
Virkha, or rains, are especially precious in desert and semi-arid regions of Rajasthan.Clouds fill the skies, and the rain gently fills the lakes, transforming the land into soothing shades of green and infusing the air with a soft scent of damp earth.This elegant suite, embellished with local crafts and textiles, includes a sitting area and two balconies that offer guests panoramic views of the lake to enjoy the special season.
The resplendent beauty of the peacock with its iridescent blue, green and bronze hues, inspire the rich décor of Mayur Mahal. In India the beautiful bird has traditionally been regarded as a symbol of royalty, love, fertility and the rains. The artistically crafted with glass mosaic peacock motifs embellish the walls of this exquisite suite.The coloured glass window panels change the mood in the room as the light shifts so Mayur Mahal has a different regal ambience at every hour of the day.
The Jal Tarang suite evokes the idea of water waves. Located at the lobby level it offers scenic views of the tranquil waters of Lake Pichola and the mountains. The lake facing Jacuzzi and the magical frosted glass panels that change to clear ones with a flick of a switch add to the romance of this suite. Jal Tarang is an ideal place to savour the myriad colours of the sky and lake at sunset.
- Exquisite king bedroom
- Lake view rooms overlooking Jagmandir island, Aravalli ranges, the City Palace and old city
- Spacious sitting areas
- Marble bathroom with oversized Jacuzzi bathtub and separate shower room
- Theme-based artwork
- Large Plasma TV with DVD player in the room
- 24-hour private butler service