|Shivniwas Palace Udaipur
Travel to Udaipur and stay in Shiv Niwas Palace hotel of Udaipur
Rajasthan to make your trip to India more heritage.
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Shiv Niwas Palace Udaipur
At Shiv Niwas Palace, there hangs a card by the door in each room that
reads My Room is My Palace. Do not Disturb Me. It sums up the
sense of privacy and splendour that the grand heritage palace of the HRH
Group in Udaipur evokes.
The crescent-shaped Palace house Imperial suites, Royal suites, Historic
suites and Terrace suites (with private terraces). Each suite is splendidly
unique and exquisitely different from the other in shape, design and decor.
Experience the original in chandeliers, carpets, period
furniture, glass inlay work and eighteenth-nineteenth century paintings. The
authentic decor has been lovingly preserved for guests like you.
by tall green trees the Shrinivas Palace all in white sparkles under the
rays of sun.
In the early twentieth century, Shiv
Niwas Palace was exclusively reserved for visiting dignitaries and guests of
the royal family. Today you and your loved ones can be luxuriating in the
palace, ordering chilled martinis and chicken tikkas by the swimming pool
and back-stroking your afternoon away, gazing at the unbelievably blue skies
over Udaipur. The view of Lake Pichola from the suites, walks along the
Promenade and quiet candle-lit dinners will make you forget that you are in
the heart of hot dry Rajasthan.
Udaipur has had that mesmeric and magical effect on most visitors for the
last four centuries; twenty-first century guests are no exception. Enjoy an
afternoon at the pool-side in the warmth of the ever presents sun or else
enjoy the wonderful view over the Lake Pichola, Lake Palace and Jagmandir
from the balcony of your suite in all serenity. With all these comforts,
peace and calm, you are just a minutes walk away from the City Palace
Museum and the Old City, the prime tourist attraction of Udaipur.