Udaipur Lake Palace is one of the most romantic
places on this earth. The Palace situated
amidst the scenic Pichola Lake offers a
heavenly view to the onlooker. The imposing
Aravalli Hills on one side and soaring palaces
on the other, make the perfect background
to this beautiful Lake Palace. Raised in
Lake Palace was constructed by Maharana
Jai Singh II in 1746. The magnificent Palace
stretches across a four-acre island creating
a dream-like impression.
Originally, the Palace was named as Jag
Niwas after the name of the Maharana. In
the present times, it is popular by the
name of Lake Palace. Jag Niwas was conceived
in the mind to offer a summer resort to
the royalty of Udaipur. In the later years,
the Palace was used as the summer resort
by the descendants of Jagat Singh. The amazing
exteriors would make you crave to peep once
inside the beautiful Lake Palace. On entering
this astonishing Palace, you would feel
that you are in the seventh heaven to find
everything just perfect.
The wonderful architecture of the Lake Palace
will send shivers down your spine. Lake
Palace has a series of courtyards that are
aligned with numerous columns, terraces,
beautiful fountains and well laid gardens.
Lake Palace also comprises several rooms
by the name of Bada Mahal, Khush Mahal,
Ajjan Niwas, Phool Mahal and Dhola Mahal
that add to the beauty of graceful palace.
These exotic rooms are decked with carved
arches, paintings, crystal work, stained
glass work, inland stones of pink and green
In the last few years, this palace has been
transformed into a hotel that is managed
by Taj Group of Hotels. This five-star hotel
provides world-class amenities with immaculate
hospitality to its guests. However, you
can visit this palace without any hitch.
The beauty of this breathtaking Palace cannot
be bounded in words. Simply, a glimpse of
this Palace will enthrall you by its charm.
It is the perfect place to lighten up and
feel relaxed with the serene view of tranquil
waters of Lake Pichola. So, pack your bags
to visit this superb romantic palace of
The Lake Palace is one of the most beautiful
palaces in the world, arising out of the
Turquoise Waters of the Pichola like an
elegant fantasy in white marble. The Lake
palace was built in the 17th century on
a natural foundation of 4 acres of rock.
It was initially called Jag Niwas after
its founder Maharana Jagjit Singh.
The Maharana, ruler of Jaipur from 1628
to 1654, was very friendly with Mughal Emperor
Shah Jahan and encouraged his craftsmen
to copy some of the glories of his incomparable
buildings at Agra. The successive rulers
used this cool haven as their summer resort,
holding their regal durbars in its courtyards.
These courtyards lined with columns, pillared
terraces, fountains and gardens all add
to its impressive image.
The rooms are decorated with cusped arches,
stones of pink and green lotus leaves and
painted mirrors. Apartments like the Bada
Mahal, Kush Mahal, Ajjan Niwas, Phool Mahal
and Dhola Mahal, all enhance the romance
of the elegant setting. Among the facilities
available are swimming pool, conference
hall and a bar. Other events of recreation
organized here are excursions in and around
and a bar other events of recreation organized
here are excursions in and around Udaipur.
Lake Palace,Rajasthan Travel ToursLake Palace
houses 83 rooms including 17 beautiful suites
and 53 deluxe rooms. The rooms and the suites
of the hotel are beautifully designed; each
having a particular theme & decorated
with textiles and handicrafts of the region.
The royal banquet rooms are now reception
rooms, bars and restaurants.
Apartment’s names the Bada Mahal,
Khush Mahal, Sajjan Niwas, Phool Mahal and
the Dhola Mahal add to the romantic setting
and give a taste of the regal splendor of
a bygone era, they also boast of a Restaurant,
a coffee shop and a well appointed lobby
with jewellery and souvenir shops. This
expansive building covers an area of about
4 acres including beautiful trees and gardens.
Cuisine of the most mouth-watering variety
brought to life by our skilled chefs. Be
honored and indulged as befits royalty.