Situated in the ancient city of Varanasi, close to the sacred waters of the river Ganges and set amidst gardens, fields and orchards, Taj Nadesar Palace is a haven for those seeking both inner and outer peace. Unwinding here is nothing short of divine. The rooms are enriched with artwork from the Maharaja’s own collection and authentic furniture. The hues of the rooms are inspired from the marigolds and jasmines which are offered to the holy Ganges. Taste exquisite Indian and global cuisine set in the present but reminiscent of a glorious past. Tee off at the mini golf course, take a guided tour of the history-soaked Taj Nadesar Palace in the “Royal Horse Carriage” driven by the person whose family has been serving the royal family since generations or relax at the Jiva Spa, where you can try the rejuvenating ‘Abhisheka’ treatment, which draws inspiration from time-honored Indian purifying rituals.
The Gateway Hotel Varanasi is nestled amidst 40 acres of lush gardens. The spacious rooms complemented by efficient service makes it one of the best modern hotels for business and leisure. Old world charm meets modern amenities at The Gateway Hotel Varanasi. Each room offers a different view but be assured that the quality of service is maintained across. Whether you are looking for fine dining restaurants in Varanasi or authentic, local comfort food, head strainght to the Gateway restaurants. Their expert chefs ensure that the meal looks perfect and tastes even better, while the decor and surrounding view enhance your experience.
Conveniently perched on the river bank, on the Darbanga Ghaat, is the Brijrama Palace, one of the oldest landmarks of the city. The history of the palace dates back to the year 1812. The architecture and the design of the palace are directly influenced by the erstwhile ruling dynasty of the Marathas. The sandstone walls and pillars graced with Maratha art accentuate the palace architecture. Also, you may notice, a betel leaf runner along the roof corners of the walls- a signature pattern followed by Marathas during the ancient time. The hotel offers 32 well-appointed rooms including Nadidhara, Dhanurdhara, Vasundhara, Maharaja Suite, Varuna Burj on three different floors. All the rooms have been tastefully done with a traditional Banarasi touch. The hand painted art with pure gold and silver that grace the ceilings at each floor will definitely mesmerize you. The hotel also offers a Maharaja Style dining experience at the Chota Angan (small courtyard). Their carefully designed vast menu will definitely spoil you for choices