Get a taste of true-blue royalty in Rajasthan’s Devigarh palace hotel, an incarnation of the18th-century fort palace of Delwara village located 28 kilometers from Udaipur.

Set in Aravali hills from the hustle and bustle of a city, the Devigarh palace hotel is a sanctuary of peace where jaw-dropping interiors of modern design will mesmerize you. The heritage property, coupled with the super modern facilities, is known for its by impeccable service where guests are introduced to a refined sense of wellbeing.

Beyond the extraordinary suites, Devigarh palace hotel offers the guests a palate pleasing experience, satiating your senses. A premier destination for fine dining, the restaurant of Devigarh Palace hotel is a culinary haven where local flavours coexist with the international cuisine.

Featuring an unique and elegant interior the bar offers an array of liquors, liqueurs and wines complemented with a variety of lip smacking snacks to zest up your evening.

Commanding wonderful sunset views, the Bar at Devi Garh offers eclectic mix of drinks complemented with the authentic flavors of lip smacking "chaat" to zest up your day.

With a plenty of function and pre-function space, Devigarh Palace Hotel is also a perfect locale for your seminars, meetings, events and workshops. Equipped with all the modern audio-visual equipments, its Conference Hall is a preferred destination for seminars and events for up to 50 guests.

Apart from gardens and courtyards, the elegant Durbar Hall is a perfect place to organize bigger events meant for a large number of attendees.

Devigarh Sightseeing

While enjoying your stay at Devigarh Palace hotel, you can explore the four 14th century executively carved Jain temples at Delwara which are said to have inspired the construction of the renowned Dilwara Jain temple at Mount Abu.

Three kilometers from Delwara is the small lake of Bapparawal which offers you an opportunity to marvel at the stunning beauty of the Aravali hills. Another attraction near Delwara is the temple complex consisting of 108 temples at Eklingji, three km away on the Udaipur-Nathdwara route. Delicately carved out of sandstone and marble, these temples were built in 734 AD and are devoted to Lord Shiva. The temple complex houses the beautifully huge sculpted statue of Nandi (Shiva's sacred bull).

Located at the distance of six km from Devigarh, Nagda is another nearby attraction which is home to a cluster of shrines situated adjacent to a lily pond.

In order to reach Devigarh by air, you can take a flight to Maharana Pratap Airport at Dabok, Udaipur which is the nearest airport. The airport is connected by flights with major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur and Jodhpur. Devigarh is a scenic 45 minute drive from Udaipur.