Luxury Stays

  • The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra


    The Oberoi Amarvilas is located just 600 metres from the greatest monument to love – the Taj Mahal. Spread over nine acres of elaborate gardens, terraced lawns, fountains, reflection pools and pavilions, the classical design of the luxury hotel is a tribute to the legacy of Moorish and Mughal architecture, accentuating awe-inspiring vistas of the most exquisite mausoleum in the world. Drawing on the rich heritage and expertise of local craftsmen, the hotel’s interiors reflect the refined aesthetics of the Mughal era that reached its zenith during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan. Intricate filigree and marble inlay work, jaali (screens), gold thread and bead embroidery, woodcarvings and hand-woven tapestries, display the rich arts and crafts of the region.

  • The Leela Palace, Bengaluru


    The Leela Palace in Bangalore entwines tropical aesthetics with modern luxury. Though certainly frequented by the legions of business travellers who pour into the city, the hotel’s luxury outlook lends it a universal appeal – its Maharaja Suite, catered to by 24-hour service, is quite the treat.

  • The Oberoi, Bengaluru


    Nestled in lush, tropical grounds and equipped with the latest in technology, our luxury hotel The Oberoi, Bengaluru reflects and harmonises the dual personalities of Bengaluru the Garden City and major IT hub. The hotel is located in the centre of the city, close to the financial district, and is built around the 120 year old rain tree that sits at its centre; the jewel of the hotel's vast, exquisite gardens.

  • ITC Grand Chola, Chennai


    The third largest hotel in all of India, the sprawling ITC Grand Chola in Chennai makes a majestic impression (it’s also LEED-certified, making it impressively eco-friendly). Taking a page from southern India’s ancient Chola dynasty, its architectural splendour is matched by plush guest accommodations.

  • The Oberoi Sukhvilas Resort & Spa, Siswan Forest Range, New Chandigarh


    The Oberoi Sukhvilās Resort & Spa, Siswan Forest Range, New Chandigarh is an exquisite luxury spa resort surrounded by over 8,000 acres of protected natural forest at the foothills of the outer Himalayas. The Oberoi Sukhvilās Resort & Spa, Siswan Forest Range, New Chandigarh is a luxury spa resort has verdant views on all sides. It harmonises traditional architecture, landscaped gardens and water features, and offers spacious, luxury accommodation equipped with all modern conveniences, fine dining and an Ayurvedic spa.

  • ITC Grand Bharat, Gurugram


    ITC Grand Bharat is India’s first all-suites luxury retreat and is the ultimate expression of unhurried luxury. Located amidst the ancient Aravalis, ITC Grand Bharat is just 37 kms away from India's capital city. Envisaged as a tribute to the glory of India this retreat is set in a verdant 1.2 sq.km estate. The mosaic of luxury experiences are encompassed through the 4 Presidential Villas, 100 suites, a stand-out, 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, elaborate culinary experiences, conferencing facilities and extensive spa, recreation and wellness services

  • Mundota Fort and Palace


    Mundota Fort and Palace are approximately 450-year-old heritage monuments and structures located in Mundota, a small town in the hills of the Aravali Range in the state of Rajasthan in north-western India. The 450 Year old Luxury Palace Hotel has a Private 15th Century Hilltop Fort and a Polo Ground.

  • Raj Palace, Jaipur


    The Raj Palace, a traditional palace converted to A heritage hotel. This beautiful blend of Mughal and Periodic is the oldest mansion of Jaipur. In 1995, Princess Jayendra Kumari Ji decided to restore this luxurious palace into the finest luxury Palace hotel. The Royal family renovated the arched corridors, the residential quarters and its courtyards with small amplifications, services were added like Handicap access. Museum suites were created which have the finest Royal antiques giving the property the honor of being first museum suite palace hotel of the world as the suites have their private museum.

  • Gorbandh Palace, Jaisalmer


    Gorbandh Palace is a hotel built for comfort and leisure in the desert, inspired by the traditional Indian concept of housing - a central courtyard with accommodation around it. The palace hotel is situated along the Sam Sand Dune Road in Jaisalmer. The airport and city center is 3 km away from the hotel. The hotel offers 64 well-appointed deluxe rooms and 4 suites.

  • Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur


    Embark on a journey that takes you to witness the finest of grand traditions set by erstwhile Maharajas. Go vintage at the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur where the royal collection of classic cars will take you down memory lane.

  • Hotel Ratan Vilas, Jodhpur


    Built in 1920, by Maharaja Ratan Singh of Raoti, a royal from Jodhpur and one of the finest horsemen and polo players of his time, Ratan Vilas with its imposing yet delicately carved exterior and elegant interiors is a genuine heritage edifice in a sylvan setting.

  • The Oberoi Motor Vessel Vrinda, Kerala


    The Oberoi Motor Vessel Vrinda is an exclusive motor vessel with eight deluxe air-conditioned cabins. These are luxurious and elegantly decorated with timber flooring; king sized beds and large windows overlooking the water. Each cabin includes a well-appointed bathroom, with a shower. Comfortable furniture and facilities ensure guests can rest and relax in preparation for an active day of sightseeing.

  • The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata


    The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata is often referred to as the ‘Grande Dame of Calcutta’. The Oberoi Grand’s neo-classical façade and grand pillared entrance mark a successful fusion of classical and traditional Indian style and reflect the city’s colonial heritage. Located in Chowringhee, the heart of Calcutta’s commercial district and shopping centre, the hotel offers a luxurious, comfortable and convenient base for the business and leisure traveller.

  • The Oberoi, Mumbai


    The Oberoi, Mumbai is situated in the heart of the city’s business, financial and entertainment districts. Located on Marine Drive and minutes away from the many tourist attractions, the luxury hotel overlooks the ocean and the city’s skyline. The 14-level atrium lobby offers a fitting introduction to the hotel’s fresh and contemporary interiors. The 287 guestrooms including 73 suites are luxurious havens of contemporary elegance. With most offering views of the ocean, the guestrooms are meticulously appointed and equipped with the latest technology.

  • The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai


    Taj Mahal Palace is a grand seaside facing luxury hotel of in Mumbai, Having hosted kings, presidents and rock stars for over a century, it predates even the Gateway of India as a historic local landmark.

  • ITC Grand Central, Mumbai


    ITC Grand Central, Mumbai, is one of the finest luxury hotels for the discerning business traveler in Central Mumbai. ITC Grand Central reflects the rich heritage of the colonial past and modern times. The hotel is an experience of warm Indian hospitality amidst modern amenities. Built on an area of 2.53 acres, this 30 storied structure has an exterior made with a combination of Malaysian bricks and stones. A canopy which derives its inspiration from the Bombay Secretariat Building at the Oval, adorns the tower-like structure.

  • The Ashok, New Delhi


    Set upon 25 acres of prime land in the Capital’s diplomatic area, the hotel's world class services and amenities pamper presidents, celebrities, and distinguished clientele with traditional Indian hospitality.

  • The Oberoi, New Delhi


    The Oberoi, New Delhi is a premier five star hotel located in the heart of the capital city of India. The hotel reopened in January 2018 after an extensive multi-million dollar renovation. Reflecting the spirit of the city, the architecture and decor of the hotel is a harmonious blend of traditional and contemporary sophistication, catering to the needs and tastes of discerning business and leisure travellers.

  • The Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambhore


    Between the Aravali and the Vindhya mountain ranges in South-Eastern Rajasthan lies The Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambhore - the ultimate romantic destination for adventurers. Set in 20 acres of landscaped gardens, lakes and fountains, the resort borders on the Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve - home of the magnificent Indian tiger, deer, leopard, and crocodile. India’s first luxury jungle resort, The Oberoi Vanyavilas is located in Ranthambhore - Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan. The resort is 180 kilometers from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan.

  • Wildflower Hall, Shimla


    At 8,250 feet (2500 metres) above sea level, ensconced in a dense cedar forest and offering awe-inspiring views of the magnificent snow peaks, Wildflower Hall, Shimla in the Himalayas is an Oberoi resort that allows guests the opportunity of immersing themselves in the breath taking natural surroundings. The resort is located in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh, at the foot of the majestic Greater Himalayas. This region is a popular holiday destination - renowned for its natural beauty, extensive flora and fauna, bird and animal life and the options it offers both for those in quest for quiet and tranquility or adventure.

  • The Oberoi Cecil, Shimla


    Nestled in the foothills of the majestic Himalayas at 2,200 metres above sea level, The Oberoi Cecil is a charming heritage hotel located at the quiet end of Shimla’s famous Mall. The restoration of the hotel to its original glory marks the return of gracious living, a tradition exemplified by The Oberoi Cecil since the days of the British Raj.

  • Taj Palaces


    If the walls of the Palaces could talk, they would whisper tales of sapphires and diamonds, of martini-soaked lunches and grand levees. They would tell you of the famed beauty of the Princesses and the machismo of the Maharajas of India and their legendary passion for polo and the good life. Embark on a journey that takes you to witness the finest of grand traditions set by erstwhile Maharajas. Go vintage at the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur where the royal collection of classic cars will take you down memory lane. Wake up to admire the white marble reflecting in pristine waters of Lake Pichola at the Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur – often mentioned as the most romantic hotel of the world. Discover secret recipes from the glorious past as you dine privately in a location of your choice at the Rambagh Palace in Jaipur. Uplift your spirit perched 2000 ft above a historic city, Hyderabad at the Taj Falaknuma often described by discerning travelers as a palace in the sky. Each Taj Palace is a tribute to authenticity and is steeped in true stories of a rich royal past of India. Explore seven of them in your journey to India and experience the noble lives of the royals embellished with the legendary Taj hospitality.

  • Taj Safaris


    Taj Safaris invites you to experience the unparalleled beauty of the jungles of the Indian subcontinent. With its towering, ancient trees, enchanting chorus of forest birds, and herds of gentle chital, this is a travel experience unlike any other. Enjoy twice-daily jungle drives, conducted in the comfort of an open 4x4 safari vehicle, direct from our unique and luxurious safari lodges - Mahua Kothi in Bandavgarh National Park and Baghvan in Pench National Park, Banjaar Tola in Kanha National Park and Pashan Garh in Panna National Park, and the newly opened ,Meghauli Serai, Chitwan National Park, Nepal.

  • HRH Hotels, Udaipur


    Historic Resort Hotels (HRH) is India’s only chain of heritage palace-hotels and resorts under private ownership. Headquartered in Udaipur, a city founded in 1559 on the banks of Lake Pichola, HRH Group of Hotels is preserving palaces and sanctuary - resorts. The group offers regal experiences in island-palaces, museums, galleries, car collections, and much more.

  • Fateh Prakash Palace, Udaipur


    The Fateh Prakash Palace is a Royal retreat, with nine suites, tastefully decorated in the traditional style with antique furniture and fixtures to offer you a real royal experience. The palace has been restored to its pristine glory, offering you the experience originally reserved for Royalty. A view that encompasses the entire Pichola along with the Jag Mandir, Lake Palace, and Sajjangarh Fort, the Royal monsoon residence. Traditional Mewari hospitality coupled with a very personalized service adds to the pleasure of a memorable holiday.

  • Shiv Niwas Palace, Udaipur


    Shiv Niwas Palace in Udaipur is a part of city palace. The palace hotel is a blend of Mughal Decorative art and Rajput military architecture. Situated on a hill beside the Pichola Lake, the city palace is a gigantic mansion. A heritage complex of four separate palaces covering some four acres of area and exceeding all other palaces in its colossal elegance. The exterior walls are at ark and undecorated but the interior reflects the Mewar's admiration for the Mughal Durbars.

  • The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur


    The Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur is conceived as a traditional Indian palace. Magnificently recreating the romance of the past and yet complete in keeping with the 21st century, this luxury hotel reflects its inspiration. Spread over 50 acres of rambling landscape on the banks of Lake Pichola, the hotel features courtyards and walkways, gentle rippling fountains, reflecting pools and verdant gardens. The hotel offers spacious and richly appointed guestrooms with private terraces and many with swimming pools, large marble bathrooms that overlook walled courtyards, restaurants that serve traditional Rajasthani, Indian and International cuisine, a magnificent outdoor swimming pool and a luxurious Oberoi Spa.

  • The Oberoi Rajvilas, Udaipur


    Located just eight kilometres from Jaipur, The Oberoi Rajvilas is the perfect base from which to explore one of India’s most exotic and vibrant cities. This idyllic retreat that evokes princely Rajasthan with luxury villas and royal tents in a fort-like setting is situated on 32 acres of lush gardens, flowering trees and cascading fountains. The Oberoi Rajvilas revives the princely lifestyle of India’s legendary Rajput princes and offers consistently high standards of facilities and services. The Oberoi Rajvilas is built in a traditional Rajasthani fort style. Old armory that is majestically mounted on the walls is a constant fascination for guests.

  • Brijrama Palace, Varanasi


    The story of BrijRama Palace dates back to 1812 when Shridhara Narayana Munshi, from the Royal House of Nagpur, built this imposing structure on the banks of the Ganges to serve as a fort. It was then acquired by the Maharaja Saheb of Dharbhanga i.e. Rameshwar Singh Bahadur, in the early 20th century who christened it as Dharbhanga Mahal. In its current avatar, BrijRama Palace continues to celebrate the glory of being the oldest heritage building on the banks of the river Ganga while speaking a language that also resonates with the modern world traveller.