May 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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RAAS Devigarh in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
To reside in an authentic Indian temple is one thing; to do so in a village where the local community is a friendly, proud part of the experience is quite another. Situated at the gates of lush, lake-dotted Udaipur in the state of Rajasthan, Devi Garh by lebua – part of the collection of – offers an experience of clean elegance, opulence and architecture history. Minimalistic accommodations give way to semi-precious stones, marble tiles and inimitable 300-year-old arches.
Set off in the morning for the nearby village Delwara to enjoy a traditional Chai tea as a local guide leads you on a walk through this “Town of the Gods” – nearly every block boasts a temple, and friendly villagers delight in their shops, food and lifestyle. Drive 40 minutes to bustling Udaipur for a tuk tuk adventure between palace-studded hills, immaculate gardens and lakes. Return to the hotel where, upon request, the staff will erect a private dining tent for a memorable, feast-like dinner of curries, daal, lentils and saag on the lawn.
Location of RAAS Devigarh
Nearest Airport: UDR
Amenities for RAAS Devigarh
- 23 Suites
- Pillow Menu
- Architecture Tours
- Tuk Tuk Excursions
- Horse Safaris
- Camel Trekking
- Indian Cooking Classes
- Extensive Meeting Facilities
Reviews for RAAS Devigarh
the hotel is about 45 minutes outside Udaipur in the mountains. we stayed for 3 nights and can only wish that it were longer. the Suite that we were allocated was probably the most luxurious room I have stayed in and came complete with 2 external balconies providing a twin aspect view of the surrounding mountains and the local village of Devigarh. the staff were also excellent and could not have been more attentive or helpful. the food was great and the menu included a choice of Indian and Western dishes I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough.
Bob Y - Cambridge, United Kingdom
I stayed here for three nights. We had booked four Arvalli Suites and the rooms were tastefully done. The property is really excellent and about half an hour away from Udaipur. The Palace is surrounded by a very small village. They shower rose petals while welcoming you inside the property but fleece you once you are inside. Since we were a large group, the package included a complimentary dinner and spa as well. The chef was clearly told that we would like to taste Authentic Rajasthani cuisine and nothing less. But we were served some third rate dinner that cannot be served in even a highway restaurant, spoiling the mood in the evening. When we expressed our displeasure, the chef on duty came and apologised and said they were having technical difficulties. More than half a dozen people came and apologised profusely and pleaded with us to give a chance the next day for them to compensate.(All the words are as expressed by the persons from the hotel). We finally agreed and asked them not to make too many things but simple Indian breads and two vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes. While checking out, we found that we were charged 20000 bucks for the "compensatory lunch". The person in the front desk was absolutely rude and we had to give our piece of mind. So much for RAASHOPPING from jodhpur to Udaipur for a total of five nights. The chef, their manager and everyone came and apologised and offered us a discount. But, the entire 5 days experience was already spoilt and I would never recommend this property to anyone.They desperately need to learn courtesy and customer service. One doesn't mind spending when visiting such properties, but rudeness has no place in hospitality industry.
deepaklovestravel - Madurai, India
We stayed at the RAAS Devigarh in March 2017 for 5 nights and couldn't fault it. Everything from our welcome on arrival, our gorgeous room at the top of the fort with an enormous bathroom and 2 private balconies, the pool, the food, the staff - all wonderful. The hotel is about an hour from Udaipur but that was what made it perfect for us - the scenery surrounded by hills is stunning and the town of Delwara next to the hotel is not touristy at all. The hotel always felt very quiet and there were so many different areas we could use to relax in / have drinks / watch sunset etc that we rarely came across the other guests staying at the same time other than around the pool. Breakfast, lunch by the pool and dinner in the restaurant was always delicious and the menu had a good mix of Indian and Western food options. Perhaps a little expensive by Indian standards but we ate like kings and the prices seemed fair given the food was always top quality. On the last night the staff set up a dinner for us in a special room in the fort, decorated with petals and candles which was a really lovely touch. We would recommend doing the walking tour of Delwara village, and a stop off at the ruined Nagda temple one day on your way back from Udaipur. Like most of Rajathan the property itself has so much history as well and we loved reading up on that too whilst we were there.
Lucy M - London, United Kingdom
A very special location above a rural, working village. Great terrace to take a sun-downer, large pool and modern suites. Food was excellent and the staff extremely attentive. This was the end of the 'season' so the hotel was pretty quiet but along with the village this gave a very calming atmosphere all round. Thoroughly recommended.
This is a very incredible and unique palace hotel experience. The hotel has history, charm and the renovations have retained a lot of the original character of the old palace. We stayed in the Haveli Suite that overlooked the central court yard, pool and part of the village. The suite was spacious and had all amenities but had one toilet. The balconies were superb and were fantastic during sunset or an early morning coffee. There are two elevators to the upper suites but you will need to climb some stairs to your room. There are a lot of steps throughout this hotel. We noticed the palace and garden suites which had limited views but great location and no stairs to climb. At this hotel, we are certain those rooms are very nice. The pool was very refreshing and climate controlled during the very hot weather. The staff by the pool were very attentive and friendly. We visited the spa and we opted for the back treatment which was very relaxing. The food at the restaurant that serves the entire hotel is fantastic. They use fresh ingredients from the hotel garden or village and everything is freshly prepared. The menus includes Indian, Thai and Western foods. We had one specialty dinner in Sheesh Mahal which was a romantic night to remember. We had the best table in the palace and our own waiter who served us Indian cuisine. We took a day trip to the Kumbhalgarh and then. Delwara Village Walk. We would recommend taking bith trips. The hotel can arrange a driver for the Fort and there is a local tour company on TripAdvisor or the hotel can arrange the village walk. This palace is not to be missed on any trip to Rajasthan. We look forward to visiting again soon.
Jennifer K - Boston, Massachusetts