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Rampratap Palace

Fateh Sagar Lake, Udaipur - 313001, Rajasthan, India


Rooms 25

"Beautifully located on the banks of Lake Fateh Sagar is Ram Pratap Palace, an enchanting hotel with a perfect blend of old world charm and modern luxuries. Providing a panoramic view of the serene Fateh Sagar Lake, Hotel Rampratap Palace is also one of the finest and the most sought after heritage hotels in the city. The hotel being easily approachable is preferred equally by both holiday makers and business tourists.

Hotel Details -

One of the most beautiful palaces in the Udaipur city, Rampratap Palace has now been converted into a heritage hotel well equipped with modern luxuries. 

Providing beautiful view of the lake Fateh Sagar, Rampratap Palace offers excellent accommodation facilities to its guests. The hotel offers 25 well furnished and tastefully appointed rooms to its guests. Each room is beautifully designed in Rajputana style giving you a feel of the bygone era. Besides, all the rooms in Rampratap Palace are well facilitated with modern comforts making the stay of its guests luxurious.

Known for providing delicacies from across then globe for its guests to relish, Rampratap Palace indeed provides its guests with an exquisite dining experience. Be it Indian, Continental or Chinese, there is something for every one at Ram Pratap Palace. Besides, the open air roof top restaurant gives you the pleasure of enjoying your meals under the starry sky and moonlit night. 


List of Facilities
  • Doctor on call
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Travel arrangement
  • Car rental
  • Room service
  • Cable TV
  • Parking


  • Musical evenings on demand
  • Folk Dance


Local Info

  • Distance From Airport

    20 Km
  • Distance From Station

    5 Km

Also known as the city of lakes, Udaipur is a beautiful city featuring marble palaces, well laid out lush green gardens and above all the serene lakes. One of the major tourist destinations of Rajasthan, Udaipur is beautifully surrounded by the ancient Aravali mountains and is flanked by three lakes on three sides. The city is also known for its temples and is visited by large number of tourists and pilgrims every year.