TAJ VIEW HOTEL
Hotel allows visitors to live in the lap of luxury and gaze at the Taj Mahal
as long as they wish - whenever they feel like. The hotel also offers extensive
business and banqueting facilities and is home to Agra's only 24-hour,
multi-cuisine restaurant. The hotel is located just 10 km from the airport and
less than a kilometre from the Taj Mahal. The serene and peaceful Taj-View Hotel
lies nestled amidst acres of landscaped gardens. The hotel offers breathtaking
views of the Taj Mahal from its
100 rooms including 5 executive suites.
Garden-Facing Rooms: These elegantly appointed rooms offer guest
amenities like international direct dial facility and colour television
with satellite programs.
Taj-Facing Rooms: Rooms with a view of the Taj Mahal.
Taj-Facing Deluxe Rooms: Luxuriously furnished room with an
elevated sitting area, offering a wonderful view of the historic monument.
Executive Suites: These tastefully appointed suites have a separate
living room and bedroom and 2 bathrooms. All suites offer a magnificent
view of the Taj Mahal.
A 24-hour eatery.
Nazara: A speciality restaurant and bar, serving Indian
and Chinese cuisine.
A poolside barbeque that's operational October to March
24-hour e-mail/copier/facsimile facilities. Secretarial service on
Rooms and Banquet Facilities
rooms with a capacity ranging from 20 to 250 persons auditorium
style or 30 to 400 persons for cocktails/receptions. The hotel's
Gardens can be utilized for large outdoor functions
Swimming pool, fitness centre, car rental, currency exchange, safe deposit
lockers, doctor-on-call and babysitting.
Laundry service and 24-hour room service.
Built by Emperor Akbar in 1565 A.D, this huge fort is made of red
sandstone. It houses a Pearl mosque and many other noteworthy
Sikandra, 10 km north-west of Agra, is the final resting place of
Emperor Akbar. The Tomb of Akbar shows an interesting fusion of
Hindu and Mughal architecture reflecting the spirit of the Mughal
Emperor, Akbar. Akbar began the construction of his own garden
mausoleum during his lifetime. His mausoleum is a red sandstone
structure in a chahar-bagh (4-square formal garden).
37 km from Agra, the mini-city of Fatehpur Sikri's is made of red
sandstone and combines influences from both Hindu and Mughal
architecture. Mughal Emperor Akbar made this a capital once but
deserted it later due to paucity of drinking water. This structure
also houses Salim-Chishti's Dargah. This is a white marble canopy
set in the courtyard of the royal mosque to honour a Sufi saint who
reportedly blessed Akbar’s wife with a son.
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
Called Keoladeo Ghana National Park, it is one of the finest water
bird sanctuaries in the world. Spread over a 40 sq. km. area of
swampy, lightly wooded terrain, the sanctuary attracts many species
of birds including the Siberian Crane in the winter months. Hence it
is considered as the ornithologist's paradise. It lies 57 km from
Agra on Delhi-Jaipur highway
Mathura, on the bank of river Yamuna, is the birthplace of Lord
Krishna. The groves and ghats (bathing tanks) of nearby
Brindaban, with its thousands of temples, still echo stories and
songs that recount the exploits of this charming God. The Government
Museum here is a superb repository of fine sculpture, terra-cotta
images, coins and bronze objects that date from the 5th century B.C
to the 12th century A.D
This tomb was erected by Noor Jahan in memory of her father, Ghiasud-Din-Beg
between 1622-1628 A.D. This white marble structure was built before
the Taj Mahal, but is often considered equal if not better than the
|New Year Eve Gala Dinner 2007-2008
|USD.106/- per person
Includes: New Year Gala Dinner (lavish buffet spread) in the lawns with the theme of Samba which will include the samba performance by girl dancers, animators, DJ, fireworks & unlimited alcohol.
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