Fateh Prakash Palace
City Palace Organization, Udaipur, Rajasthan
With distinctive turrets and majestic domes, Fateh Prakash Palace is a Grand Heritage Palace built along the shores of Lake Pichola. Named after one of Mewar dynasty's greatest rulers, Maharana Fateh Singh (period of reign: 1884-1935), the palace is a repository of exquisite chandeliers and rare paintings, unique crystal and crockery collections. Fateh Prakash Palace has been awarded the National Tourism Award for the best heritage hotel in 'Heritage Grand' category for 2001-2002 by the Department of Tourism, Government of India.
Classified as a Grand Heritage Palace, the imposing lakeside Fateh Prakash Palace Hotel Udaipur recapitulates royal traditions and lifestyles in its antique furniture, original paintings and opulent interiors. Its serene premises and picturesque views of Lake Pichola, Jagmandir Island Palace, Lake Palace and the Sajjangarh Fort, promise a soothing break from the rigors of city life. The magnificent Durbar Hall, the exclusive Gallery Restaurant and the dazzling Crystal Gallery complete the royal repertoire of unparalleled experiences at Fateh Prakash Palace Hotel Udaipur.
Regal Lake Facing Suite [No. of suites: 4]
Decorated with original Mewar School of Art paintings and antique Victorian furniture, including brass beds.
Regal Suite [No. of Suites: 3]
Built in the turret, an octagonal room with sit-in windows overlooking Lake Pichola.
Dovecote Room [No. of Rooms: 21]
Newly renovated rooms with sweeping views of the Lake Pichola, Lake Palace, Sajjangarh, and Jagmandir.
Restaurant & Bar
The Gallery Restaurant at Fateh Prakash Palace, is a speciality restaurant serving continental cuisine. It offers breath-taking views of the Lake Pichola and its island palaces of Jagmandir and Jagniwas (Lake Palace Hotel).
Durbar Hall, glittering and respledent with chandeliers and crystal, has been the chosen venue for innumerable ceremonial and corporate events. Upto 120 guests for formal banquets and 300 guests for buffet style dining can be accomodated.
Sunset View Terrace
The Sunset View Terrace, overlooking Lake Pichola and the island palaces of Jagmandir and Jagniwas caters to the dining needs of 50 to 70 guests for sit down functions and upto 200 guests for buffet style dining.
The Top Terrace
At the Top Terrace upto 300 guests can be accomodated for buffet style dining and maximum 190 guests for formal banquets.
Shiv Niwas Pool Side
Serves light snacks all day, breakfast, lunch and dinner. At the poolside, upto 300 guests can be enjoying the privacy and exclusivity of the venue. Glittering lights on the trees, and blue waters of the royal pool, make the Poolside a dreamy celebratory venue.
The Lawns, in front of the bandstand, are ideal for sit down banquets, buffets and wedding ceremonies for anywhere between 50 to 500 guests (maximum 200 guests for sit-down dinners).
Sit-down banquets and special dinners at the picturesque Manek Chowk (or palace grounds) can accommodate upto 200 guests for formal gatherings. Special illuminations transform Manek Chowk in the evenings into a dreamy setting for formal dinners and wedding celebrations.
Zenana Mahal Udaipur
The Zenana Mahal (palace for the royal ladies) is ideal for special dinners and sit-down banquets for upto 288 guests. The candle-lit, flower-decked tables are arranged around the fountain and dance floor facing the glittering pavilion, creating an air of privacy and exclusivity at the Zenana Mahal. Upto 500 guests can be catered for buffet style dining.
On the shores of Lake Pichola is the landscaped Promenade with spectacular views of the lake, island palaces and the mountains. The Lawns at Promenade accommodate 100 to 300 guests for formal banquets and wedding parties; upto 3000 guest for casual buffet style dining. The Promenade Jetty is another popular venue for special dinners and ceremonial occasions where upto 300 guests can be accommodated for sit-down; upto 2000 guests for buffet style dining.
The island palace of Jagmandir is one of the most exclusive and exquisite venues of HRH Group. Jagmandir's Garden Courtyard can accommodate between 50 to 304 guests for sit-down banquets; upto 500 guests can be catered for buffet style dining.
The Darikhana is a cosy colonnaded venue for upto 40 guests who can enjoy spectacular views of The City Palace during sit-down dinners. Special lighting at Darikhana makes for a truly romantic setting.
Jagmandir's Top Terrace is an even more exclusive and private venue where only 30 guests can be served. The views of the lake, mountains, island palaces and The City Palace are breath taking.
Kunwarpada Lawns have been developed to host dinners for 40 to 100 guests (upto 300 guests for buffet style dining); the lush-green illuminated lawns are on the edge of the lake.
The Baadi Mahal is an exclusive garden courtyard in the Mardana Mahal (palace for the royal men) provides an opportunity to organize exclusive dinners, preferably in the traditional Indian floor-seating arrangement, for groups of upto 50 guests.
The historic Mor Chowk in the Mardana Mahal (palace for the royal men) is ideal for exclusive banquets for small groups of 20 to 50 guests who can absorb the grandeur of the palace. The traditional Indian floor-seating arrangement is recommended for dinners at Mor Chowk.