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Golden Triangle

Take an exclusive tour of India’s most prized gems

There’s been a city on the site of Delhi for at least 3,000 years. Visit the remains of ancient cities at the UNESCO-listed Qutub Minar, in Feroz Shah Kotla, and around wonderful Old Delhi, with its labyrinthine Chandni Chowk market, the vast and imposing Red Fort, and the serenely beautiful Jama Masjid.

The Taj Mahal needs no introduction; it’s the most recognisable building in the world. The trick is to get here at dawn, before the crowds, when the first light of day turns the white marble blush pink. Combine the Taj with the extensive Agra Fort and the elegant tomb of Akbar the Great at Sikandra.
 
The Golden Triangle’s third corner is Jaipur, the erstwhile capital of the Maharajas. The impressive Amer Fort gives a nod to the state’s warring history, but the Jantar Mantar observatory, the Hawa Mahal, and the City Palace reveal its rather more romantic side.
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Oberoi Amarvilas
The Oberoi Amarvilas is a five-star hotel offering luxury, world-class service, and decadent Mughal decor just a stone’s throw from India’s most iconic architectural wonder, the Taj Mahal. You can see this monument to love from the hotel, which builds the excitement before you get up close.
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Lodhi Hotel
The Lodhi is a sleek, contemporary hotel in the heart of New Delhi. It’s surprisingly quiet, given the bustle of the location, and the combination of carefully chosen art on the walls and an excellent spa makes it feel like real haven.
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Rambagh Palace Jaipur
Live like a royal in Jaipur when you stay at the sprawling former residence of the maharaja, the Rambagh Palace. The hotel prides itself on its rich history and first class hospitality, offering a range of opulent suites which are exquisitely adorned with Rajasthani artwork and fabrics.
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Sujan Rajmahal Palace Jaipur
The Pink City of Jaipur is a playground of princes and palaces. You can live like royalty at Sujan Rajmahal Palace, above which the royal standard of the House of Amber still flutters. Famous guests here include Queen Elizabeth, Jackie Kennedy, and the Shah of Iran.
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Leela New Delhi
The Leela Palace New Delhi lives up to its name. This monumental five star property glitters from its golden rooftop dome all the way to its polished marble floors. It’s well located within the upmarket Diplomatic Enclave, within easy reach of Delhi’s many attractions.