Raas Devi Garh,
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Catch a glimpse of Raas on the Arravali hilltop in Delwara from below, and you can’t help but to gasp, particularly when it’s lit up at night. This romantic eighteenth century fort palace is now a beautiful and luxurious heritage hotel. It’s one of a kind in the region because this palace retains its heritage building status while offering guests a surprisingly contemporary style of accommodation. This might put you off if you were expecting an opulent and traditional interior.
The peaceful village of Delwara is the gateway to Udaipur, just 45 minutes away by car. The hotel has 39 suites, all of which are decorated with locally sourced white marble and semi-precious stones. The bathrooms are beautiful and all rooms are uncommonly spacious. The minimalistic décor is a surprise, a real in your face juxtaposition of ancient and modern.
Raas Devi Garh has won plenty of tourism and design awards for its uniqueness and excellence in service. It’s a great place to relax at the beginning or the end of a tour through India, a bit like a retreat, and all the most luxurious amenities are ready and waiting for you. If you’re not put off by the minimalistic contemporary furnishings, we would highly recommend a stay at Raas while in lovely Delwara.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
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