Aurika Hotels and Resorts opens a luxurious hotel in Udaipur

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Lemon Tree Hotels Ltd. enters Udaipur, one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, by launching an upscale hotel – Aurika, Udaipur. This Udaipur property is Aurika’s fifth property in Rajasthan, others are in Jaipur, Alwar and Bhiwadi.
Mirasa, an all-day dining restaurant
Mirasa, an all-day dining restaurant
Spread across five acres of an undulating hilltop, its strategic location gives the guests easy access to the major sightseeing destinations like the City Palace, Jagmandir, Saheliyon ki Bari, Bagore ki Haveli, Jagdish Temple and the Vintage Car Museum, amongst others. The beautiful Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace is visible from the rooms and public areas and is a short drive from the hotel.
Aurika, Udaipur offers 139 aesthetically designed rooms and suites, new-age dining and extensive banqueting options, and innovative high-tech entertainment facilities. The hotel features Mirasa – an all-day dining restaurant, Ariva – the bar, and extensive banquet facilities including the ballroom and adjacent courtyard, the boardroom and multiple outdoor terraces. Recreational facilities include Araya – the spa, the fitness centre, the outdoor swimming pool, The Library and the Rumpus Room.
Deluxe Room
Deluxe Room
The 139 beautiful and aesthetically designed rooms provide stunning views of the hills, the scenic valleys and the lakes. The Fateh Sagar Lake and Lake Pichola, through the day, give a sparkling view.
The hotel is designed keeping in mind the Rajputana aesthetics of palaces – terraced gardens, gigantic domes, massive courtyards and intricately designed jalis. The walls are adorned with Pichwai paintings and the use of colourful motifs give it a vibrant feel.
Aurika Hotels & Resorts, Udaipur
Aurika Hotels & Resorts, Udaipur
From the grandeur of a royal destination wedding to the intimacy of a private candlelit dinner under the stars, this hotel is a great choice. The resort has over 22,000 sq. ft. of banquet and meeting space including the 5,500 sqft pillar-less ballroom called Ekaara and a 3,000 sq. ft. boardroom with terrace, Aurum.

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