Udaipur Hotels Accommodation

Famous as one of the most romantic cities in India, Rajasthan's Udaipur is built around wonderful lakes reflecting the brilliant whites of the palaces and the Aravalli Hills looking on from a distance. The older part of Udaipur, which captures much charm, is located on the banks of Lake Pichola. The impressive City Palace and the fairytale-like Lake Palace, celebrated Jain temples of Ranakpur, the Eklingji Temple and the ancient fort of Kumbhalgarh are some of the most visited attractions in the city.

Udaipur city is a city of the State of Rajasthan with significant historical reference. It was the capital city of the Mewar province in the Rajputana Agency in ancient times. Udaipur is also known as the city of lakes, simply for the fact that there are numerous beautiful lakes in the city. Udaipur was ruled by the rulers of the Sisodia clan and was founded by Rana Udai Singh. Udaipur has various palaces and forts apart from the lakes which are a major source of tourist attractions with in the city.

Udaipur is very well connected with other parts or cities of the country through road, rail or air modes of transport. Infact, Udaipur is the exact centre point between the two major metros of the country namely Delhi and Mumbai on the golden quadrilateral.

The focal point of tourists which come into the lake city is the Lake Palace. The palace had been made in the middle of Lake Pichola by amalgamating two small islands. Legend says that the lake palace was built by Maharana Udai Singh II for his queens as a place where they could come and bathe. Around the lake palace there are various ghats for bathing as well washing. The sight of Lake Palace is a beautiful sight standing tall right in the centre of the lake. Presently; it has been converted into an exclusive heritage hotel property, considered as one of the most premium locations in the country.

Apart from the lake palace; Udaipur also houses various other forts and palace which had been home to the royalty and rulers of Mewar. The City Palace; Sajjangarh Palace in Udaipur are the prime examples of the rulers traces which are present till date. Tourism is the main economic source apart from other industries in Udaipur. The City Palace & Museum, Maharana Pratap Memorial, Udaipur Solar Observatory, Ahar Museum, Bagore-ki-haveli etc. are a few places from the long list of tourist attractions. Earlier this year, Udaipur was named amongst the best cities of the world and is often also referred to as the “Venice of the East”. One can also visit nearby places like ‘Nathdwara’, ‘Ranakpur’, ‘Chittorgarh’, ‘Mount Abu’ etc. from Udaipur quite easily.

Being an important centre of tourist attraction, Udaipur is home to some of the best hotels of the country. These hotels which provide accommodation solutions to travelers and tourists are ranked amongst the best hotels of the world. The “Lake Palace Hotel” and the “Udaivilas” are amongst the top ranked hotels not only in the country but also across the globe, providing top of the line and luxurious accommodations to the who’s who of the world. Apart from these there are various Heritage properties like ‘Trident Hilton’, ‘Hotel Devigarh’, ‘Hotel Shiv Niwas Palace” etc. Then there are a host of budget and other local hotels which provide accommodation to travelers within the city. Keeping the influx of people in mind, the accommodation options in the city of Udaipur are ample and adequate and these accommodation alternatives are able to suffice the needs and requirements of travelers from every class and segment which frequent into Udaipur.