Address of Devi Garh
Post Box No. 144,
Village - Delwara,
Tehsil - Nathdwara,
Dist. - Rajasamand City
Udaipur- 313 001.
27 kms. from Maharana Pratap Airport
30 kms. from Udaipur City Railway Station
: Heritage Hotel
About the Devi garh hotel
Devi Garh depicts the perfect blend of traditional and the modern nature of
the world. The fort is a mix of skillfully crafted designs with local
materials like marble and semi-precious stones.Contemporary designs are
created to give an elegant beauty. Personalized service complemented by a
wide range of modern facilities goes towards making Devi Garh a comfortable
and attractive retreat.
The 23 suites at Devi Garh are beautifully designed and is equipped with
the most modern amenities to make a guest feel totally at home. Most of the
suites in the resort include an individual terrace or garden. The premium
suite, called the Devi Garh suite, has a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi, of its
own. The suites is adorned with marble and semi-precious stones, while the
public spaces are designed around different metals. Six tents are also
available on request from October to March.
The restaurant offer a magnificent view of the Aravali's offers an A la
carte selection of Asian and Continental dishes. In order to provide more
choice, the resort have daily changes in the special menus as well. A
Western daily menu incorporates flavours from as far away as Italy and
Thailand. For Indian daily menu, a selection of dishes from different
regions of India is served on a silver platter or Thali.
: The Devi Garh bar comprises of six small and intimate
interconnected rooms decorated with original frescoes and mirror work.
The resort provides Hot/C running water, Telephone, Mini bar, room safe,
Ironing Board, Hair Dryer, CD Player, Business center, Beauty
Parlour,Shopping arcade, Health club, Swimming Pool, Tennis, Croquet, Pool
City Palace Museum
The City Palace endorse a very large complex, all initially built by the
Mewar royal family over several hundred years. The site now contains several
museums, two hotels, and a few restaurants in addition to the maharana's
Located 150 metre north of the entrance to the City Palace, this temple
dedicated to lord Vishnu was built in 1651 AD by Maharaja Jagat Singh.It
enshrines a black stone image of lord Vishnu as Jagannath - the Lord of the