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RAAS DEVIGARH

Much more than just a place to stay, RAAS Devigarh sets a template for next-generation India. Nestled in the Aravalli Hills, just 45 minutes away from Udaipur, the 18th-century palace is an outstanding heritage property which looks to the future. Responsibly updated, eco-minded, and environmentally conscious, it smoothly meets the needs of the modern traveller, whilst remaining a stunning testament to the beauty, charm, and magic of old-world Rajputana.

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Holding a commanding position with views out across the valley and the village of Delwara, Devigarh showcases an array of decorative styles and tranquil landscaped gardens. Minimalist interiors are polished and comfortable and beautifully juxtapose the ancient, ornate backdrop.

Enter a world of Marwari horse murals, mirrored ante-chambers, courtyards, arches, turrets, swings, marble bowls of flowers and, come night, a thousand candles and stars.

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DEVIGARH EXPERIENCE

RAAS Devigarh is a quiet oasis, a 45-minute drive from Udaipur, which allows you to rest in peace and enjoy the swimming pool, hot tub, gardens, fitness centre, spa and delightful views.

When you are ready to explore beyond the palace, we have collated a list of must-see places, presented as daylong itineraries, to give you a taste of the range of amazing activities available. Enjoy exploring everyday life in the nearby village of Delwara and a range of walks from the hotel gates, visit the City Palace of Udaipur or pay pilgrimage at one of many fascinating temples.

HISTORY OF RAAS DEVIGARH

Strategically placed on top of a hill in the Aravalli Range, RAAS Devigarh overlooks the village of Delwara. Its construction was completed in the year 1760, under the reign of Rajrana Sajja Singh II. The palace was originally built using locally mined marble, a practice that was followed once again during its restoration.

Known earlier as Delwara Fort Palace, the origins of the building lie long before its completion in 1760. In recognition of his service to the famed Maharana Pratap of Mewar, the principality of Delwara was gifted to Rajrana Sajja Singh and his brother, Ajja Singh, following the battle of Haldighati in the year 1576.

The palace fortress, as it can be seen today, tells the tale of its brave and loyal benefactors, and with the coming of the modern era it has been transformed into one of the most spectacular luxury travel destinations of the region. The restoration of the hotel was undertaken by a team of 750 people over a period of almost 15 years. Finally, in 1999, Devigarh opened its gates to the public, offering visitors a blend of new-world comforts and old-world charm.

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Celebrations at RAAS Devigarh

Celebrations

In uncertain times, we seek out safe spaces. RAAS Devigarh is sufficiently remote, yet sufficiently accessible. It’s just right for your most intimate and important celebrations.

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Experiences at RAAS Devigarh

Experiences

The hotel offers a wide range of recreational activities, both indoors and outdoors and suitable for all ages. There are guided excursions beyond the palace available for those who wish to explore the area.

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Dining at RAAS Devigarh

Dining

Devigarh offers a range of local and international cuisine to suit all tastes, and in a range of settings that show off the hidden jewels of the palace. We also have a dedicated spa menu.

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RAAS Devigarh is a quiet oasis, a 45-minute drive from Udaipur, which allows you to rest in peace and enjoy the swimming pool, hot tub, gardens, fitness centre, spa and views. When you are ready to explore beyond the palace, we have collated a list of must-see places, presented as daylong itineraries, to give you a taste of the range of amazing activities available. Enjoy exploring everyday life in the nearby village of Delwara and a range of walks from the hotel gates, visit the City Palace of Udaipur or pay pilgrimage at one of many fascinating temples.

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