About the hotel
Set in the backdrop of the Aravalli ranges, Ramada resort and spa recreates the romance of the past. With design details such as mirrored mosaics and miniature paintings, the architecture is typical of the Mewar region. The tranquil setting and design evoke the tradition of a bygone era. The resort blends seamlessly with its natural surroundings with open courtyards, verandahs and terraces. The use of traditional materials and technologies emphasize the traditional construction known as Thikri Work.
Ramada Udaipur Resort is located at Rampura Circle on Khodiyat Road. It is about 5 kilometers from the City Palace and Jagdish Temple. Magnificent palaces, lakes, gardens and temples bring to life the glorious history of the erstwhile capital of Mewar. City Palace, Lake Pichola, Jagdish Temple, Jag Mandir, Fateh Sagar Lake, Sajjangarh Palace, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum, Gulab Bagh and Sukhadia Circle are the major tourist attractions of the city.
Distance from Udaipur City railway station: 6.5 km (approx.)
Distance from Maharana Pratap airport: 27.5 km (approx.)
The hotel offers indoor and outdoor meeting venues. Ideally suited for meetings and conferences, The Meridian is a spacious banquet hall with a seating capacity of 250 guests. The outdoor venues, Sajjan Terrace and Monsoon Deck, offer breathtaking views of the Aravalli Hills. Ambar, located in the central courtyard, is ideal for an evening banquet. An all day dining restaurant, Myra offers a wide choice of cuisine. Zuma is an Indian specialty restaurant. Liquid Lounge serves an eclectic mix of spirits, wines and cocktails. A dip in the swimming pool is an ideal way to unwind. There is a fitness centre and spa therapy rooms. The hotel also offers currency exchange, travel desk, valet parking, laundry service, doctor on call and round-the-clock room service. The courtyards, the verandas and the terraces are the external spatial elements, integrating well with the guest facilities spaces. Maximum utilization of traditional materials & latest technologies complemented with contemporary life style is present in this luxurious resort.
Deluxe rooms, super deluxe rooms, premium rooms and suites are the accommodation options. Inspired by the Lotus flower, deluxe and super deluxe rooms overlook the Aravalli Hills. Located in a cluster of ten villa-like structures, premium rooms are designed in sunrise and sunset theme. The decor of suites is inspired by a peacock theme. Each room is equipped with a LCD television, Wi-Fi Internet, direct dial telephone, electronic safe, mini-bar and attached bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The rooms have high ceilings and a private sit out. The primary concept of the resort is of a central courtyard, around which all the four types of guest rooms are located, along with 3 lawns at different levels, so as to capitalise on the spectacular view of the city, famous Lake Pichola and
Sajjan-garh fort (popularly known as Monsoon Palace). Also, the resort is designed in a way which does not disturb its natural surroundings and emphasize on greenery in and around the resort.