Udaipur Travel


Escape into a glorious historical past when you holiday at the white city of Udaipur that is strewn with palaces, temples and verdant gardens. Dotted with pristine, gleaming lakes, Udaipur is known as the ‘Venice of the East’ and the ‘City of Lakes’. Neither Bollywood nor Hollywood could fight off the charms of this picturesque destination, what with umpteen movies, scenes and videos shot here.

The Property

Club Mahindra Udaipur offers the appearance of a magnificent palace, a mood of luxury and the tranquillity of a serene haven. All these are most conducive to achieve peace of mind, relaxation of the body coupled with rejuvenation of the soul.

Dine at the elegant multi-cuisine restaurant, unwind at the lounge and bar after a day of wonderful sight-seeing or simply take a dip in the luxurious swimming pool, easing all those tensions away.

A seamless blend of old world charm and contemporary comfort, Club Mahindra Udaipur bears testimony to the opulent culture of the Rajputana legacy and will invoke feelings of richness in more ways than one.

Getting There

Air: Jet Airways, Jet Konnect, Air India and SpiceJet fly to Udaipur’s Maharana Pratap Airport (Dabok Airport) situated 22 km from the city.

Road: Udaipur is well-connected to cities like Ahmedabad and Mumbai (NH76) as well as Jaipur and Delhi (NH 8)

Train: Udaipur City Railway Station can be reached by rail from a number of cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Indore, Ajmer.

Places to Visit

Lake Pichola: This dazzling lake is an artificial fresh water lake, created in the year 1362 AD and named after the nearby Picholi village.

Jag Mandir: Jag Mandir is a palace built on an island in the Lake Pichola and is also called the ‘Lake Garden Palace’. The royal family used the palace as a summer resort and pleasure palace for holding parties.

City Palace: The City Palace is a palace complex in Udaipur that was built by the Maharana Udai Singh as the capital of the Sisodia Rajput clan in 1559, after he moved from Chittor. It is located on the east bank of the Lake Pichola.

Saheliyon Ki Bari: This garden noted for its beautiful fountains, lush green lawns, and marble works was constructed in the 18th century and gifted by Maharana Sangram Singh to his queen who was accompanied by 48 maids after her marriage.

Chittorgarh Fort: Located 123 km from Udaipur, Chittorgarh Fort is the largest fort in India and the grandest in Rajasthan. It was ruled initially by Guhilot and later by Sisodias, the Suryavanshi clans of Chattari Rajputs, from the 7th century, until it was finally abandoned in 1568 after the siege by Emperor Akbar in 1567.

Other fascinating points of interest in and around Udaipur include the Srinathji Temple, Bagore ki Haveli, Jain Temple of Ranakpur, Vintage Collection of Classic Cars Museum, Shilpgram– the crafts village, Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary.