Devi Garh by Lebua, Udaipur is located within an 18th-century palace, with luxurious and contemporary interiors
History & culture | Relaxation
Devi Garh by Ledbua is a heritage hotel, housed within an 18th-century palace in the village of Delwara, near Udaipur. It was the royal residence of the rulers of Delwara principality from the middle of the 18th century until the mid-20th century. It's a stunning hill-top palace, which has been fantastically restored.
There are four types of room at the heritage hotel. Garden Suites have their own private lobby, garden and tented terrace. Palace Suites are over 721 square feet, and have balconies and bay windows that overlook the village and mountains. Take a Aravali Suite or Garh Suite for luxurious, light and airy accommodation equipped with a minibar, pillow menu and TV with DVD player.
The culinary arts are integral to your experience at Devi Garh by Lebua. There are three restaurants: the Chakra Bar, the Toran and the Vajra. Visit the Toran Restaurant for traditional Indian cuisine, or the Vajra for unique Asian and continental recipes.
The hotel has many facilities and amenities. These include a library, electronic safes in the rooms, a Jacuzzi and gymnasium. Complimentary sport and recreation facilities include kite flying, camel and horse rides, a pool table, mini golf and bicycle rides. There's also a first-class spa: the perfect place to de-stress and unwind.
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