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|Day 1||Delhi Arrival||The Leela Palace Delhi|
|Day 2||Delhi||The Leela Palace Delhi|
|Day 3||Delhi - Agra||ITC Mughal|
|Day 4||Agra - Ranthambhore||Sher Bagh|
|Day 5||Ranthambhore||Sher Bagh|
|Day 6||Ranthambhore - Jaipur||Samode Haveli|
|Day 7||Jaipur||Samode Haveli|
|Day 8||Jaipur - Delhi||The Leela Palace Delhi|
|Day 9||Delhi - Haridwar - Rishikesh||Tree of Life Himalayan Hideaway Lodge|
|Day 10||Rishikesh||Tree of Life Himalayan Hideaway Lodge|
|Day 11||Rishikesh - Haridwar - Delhi||The Leela Palace Delhi|
|Day 12||Delhi Departure|
Imposing, inspiring and right at home among the grand landmarks of the New Delhi’s Diplomatic Enclave, this iconic palace style hotel makes a significant statement in terms of architecture and intent. The Leela Palace New Delhi is destined to become one of the great hotels of the world. Its architecture is inspired by Lutyens, art and embellishment by Mrs. Madhu Nair and its levels of refinement and generosity of space mirror the great palaces of the world. Breathtaking vision superbly realized.
Sprawled over 35 acres of luxurious gardens, and in close proximity to the Taj Mahal, ITC Mughal, a 5 star hotel in Agra is a fitting tribute to the great Mughal builders of the past. The only Indian hotel to have won the prestigious Aga Khan Award for its excellent representation of Mughal architecture, it now boasts of a brand new accommodation wing - the 'Khwab Mahal' - Palace of Dreams. This luxury hotel in Agra comprises of 233 opulent rooms and suites, recreating a paradise for the contemporary Mogul- full of splendor and perfection which was the hallmark of the Mughal Dynasty.
Situated a short drive from the main gates of Ranthambore National Park, Sher Bagh’s 12 luxurious tents are set amid the verdant grounds of a private estate. The camp has a strong eco-friendly ethos and a laid back, welcoming atmosphere. The camp is also a member of the prestigious Relais and Chateaux group of hotels. Originally designed for the Maharaja of Jodhpur’s hunting expeditions, the tents consist of a bedroom with attached veranda and bathroom and have 24 hr hot water and electricity. All tents have fans and state-of-the-art air-conditioning units to keep them cool during the warm months. Sher Bagh has a dining tent serving continental and Indian cuisine, a bar and you can also enjoy an alfresco Thaali dinner around the campfire were guests gather together in the evenings to chat with each other and compare notes on animal sightings.
The Samode Haveli is a small intimate hotel offering personalized service. Built over 150 years ago as the Samode Royal family's suburban manor house and was converted into a heritage hotel in 1988. Today it stands as a reminder of a halcyonic past offering moments of subtle luxury. The property was constructed facing North away from the burning Rajasthan sun and features a spectacular painted dining room, an airy verandah and an elephant ramp at the entrance which was specially constructed in the 1940’s for the marriage ceremony of the late Rawal Sahib’s aunt. It has been meticulously restored and integrated into a unique property.
Sometimes, the best hideaways are the ones that you are least likely to hear about. Calm – Serene – Tranquil – Spiritual are just some words which come to mind for the Tree of Life Himalayan Hideaway Lodge, Rishikesh. With just 8 quaint rooms and 2 individual cottages, surrounded by forest greens and the Holy Ganga flowing below, this ‘hideaway’ gives you time to do all that you have always wanted to – just be with yourself; read that book which has remained unfinished ever since; loosen the body with a bit of yoga and meditation; or then a soothing experience in a luxury spa tent which looks onto the mountains, as the experienced spa therapists soothe the mind and the soul (spa functional May 2014 onwards). For those looking for a more active lifestyle, the property offers you white water rafting at our associate camp next door; a trek in the surrounding hills; or then an evening spent viewing the famous ‘aarti’ at Rishikesh. Each of the rooms and cottages are named after a well known mountaineer of the region. The rooms are in natural stone, set in a forest surrounding, with cobbled pathways leading across. Interiors are not lavish but done with taste and an evolved style that comes from appreciation of comfortable living. All rooms and cottages come with meshed doors and windows – so as to let the fresh mountain air engulf not only your room, but also your senses.