RAAS Devigarh – have a taste of incredible India at one of the historic palaces in Rajasthan

Nestled in the Aravalli Hills of the Udaipur area, the RAAS Devigarh luxury resort, a 18th century palace holds a commanding position over one of the three main passes into its valley.

Namaste! Wherever you go, men in brightly colored turbans will greet you with palms folded near their chest. That’s how Rajasthan welcomes its visitors. As your heart melts with this sweet gesture, prepare all your senses for an extravaganza that only Rajasthan can offer. The lively folk songs that make your feet tap, magnificent forts and palaces that mesmerize your eyes, and food that you cannot stop raving about – when it comes to experiencing the best of India, Rajasthan is the colorful brochure you will love to check out.

Nathdwara Temple, Udaipur

Rajasthan is India’s largest state and also the most colorful one. If you want to experience a royal trip steeped in history and culture, come to Rajasthan. You must have heard about cities like Udaipur and Jaipur and their opulent palaces. They are icons of Rajasthan and attract huge numbers of tourists from all over the world.

But is Rajasthan only about these places? No, there are little known cities with panoramic views and an interesting history that will blow your mind. Devigarh is one such place that will give you a taste of royalty that has made Rajasthan so famous.

Devigarh – enjoy the luxury of the royals

Nestled in Aravalli, Devigarh Palace stands as an epitome of the opulence of the Rajputana. It is situated in the village Delwara in Jodhpur district.

Devigarh is located 28 km northeast of Udaipur. It is on way to Nathdwara Temple, one of the most revered and sacred places in Rajasthan.

Nathdwara Temple, Udaipur
Nathdwara Temple

The nearest airport is Dabok or Maharana Pratap Airport of Udaipur which is just half an hour’s drive from the city. This airport is connected to all the major airports in the country. If you are traveling from abroad, the nearest airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel airport of Ahmedabad.

You can also reach Devigarh by rail. Udaipur Railway Station is around 28 km from Devigarh and well connected to other major cities of the country.

If you desire, you can travel to Devigarh by road. While Udaipur is the nearest city, the place is also connected to Rajsamund, Indore, Ahmedabad, and Chittorgarh.

So, get your travel plan ready to spend a few days in the idyllic Devigarh and enjoy the imperial treatment.

Devigarh Palace – a memorable castle gateway holiday

Devigarh Palace is located in the heart of the village Delwara. As you approach the Palace, the towering structure in white and silver will greet your eyes. The interiors are done in peacock green, saffron yellow, and gold. The spectacular architecture will take your breath away. Your royal holiday will start with a warm welcome of rose petals and aarti.

The former Rajput fort has a long history of valor, sacrifice, and romance associated with it. Built in the 18th century, the palace mesmerizes with its old-world charm. It was revamped in the year 1999 as a luxury hotel. The heritage property boasts to be one of the premier five-star hotels in Rajasthan.

Things to do in Devigarh

Submerge yourself in the majestic luxury that Devigarh offers to its most discerning visitors. There are 39 suites in this royal hotel done in a minimalist style to complement the rich and ornate architecture of the exteriors.

There are different types of suites with sweeping views of the Aravalli and the landscaped gardens. You can take a guided tour of the palace to learn about its history and royal past.

The interiors are tastefully decorated with touches of amber. Each room is equipped with all the modern amenities. The bedrooms look lavish with the golden décor. The suites come with a sun deck along with jacuzzi to enhance your regal enjoyment. Get all your worries washed away as you sit beside the black marble pool and enjoy a secluded meal.

RAAS Devigarh lobby lounge
RAAS Devigarh lobby lounge

Of course, the food needs to be mentioned separately. You will never forget the dishes that you taste here. The restaurant at Devigarh specializes in serving innovative Indian and Asian cuisine. However, there is a constant effort to give all the dishes a flavor of home-cooked food. Be it traditional Rajasthani thali or any other cuisine, all the dishes speak of Rajasthani hospitality that will make you feel special.

For a wholesome stay in Devigarh, join the yoga class or enjoy a wellness package at the spa. The luxurious treatments will help you to rejuvenate your mind and body and enjoy your vacation more.

Explore Devigarh

Your stay at Devigarh will be filled with lots of adventure. As we have already mentioned, Devigarh is located close to Udaipur, a city known for its palaces. Enjoy slices of history at City Palace, Lake Palace, and Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary.

If you are ready for some adventure, head to Bapparawal. This small place is 3 km away from the Delwara village. There is a small lake here with beautiful surroundings. You can go for an exciting horse or camel safari.

Ranakpur is located around 110 km from Devigarh. The city is popular for its Jain temples and is a holy place for Jains. You can spend a day here visiting the 15th-century temples and marveling at their architecture.

Eklingji Temple Complex
Eklingji temple complex

Eklingji temple complex is another prime attraction of this region. There are 108 temples in the complex. Surely, the stone carvings and the entire temple complex will fill you with wonder.

Nathdwara and Nagda are two more sites that you can visit from Devigarh.

Are you looking forward to a relaxing and laid-back holiday in Devigarh? You can stay in the hotel and spend your time reading books in the library, playing golf, and swim whenever you want to indulge yourself. Enjoy the views of the lush green Aravalli or take strolls in the garden. Watch the sunset while sipping on your favorite drink.

Devigarh spells luxury and the ultimate in noble holidays. Visit it and take back loads of happy memories.