Udaipur is known as the white city or the city of lakes. It is also famous for its exotic and regal heritage hotels and palaces that are en-vogue when it comes to palatial weddings in Udaipur. Many eminent people including celebrities have hosted their weddings at palatial venues in Udaipur. Located at the foothills of the Aravali Range, it appears to be finer to any other destination when it comes to choosing a place to get married.
Here, we are going to describe some of the most sought after venues in Udaipur that are perfect for a Dazzling palatial wedding in Udaipur.
City Palace houses many venues that are apt for hosting a palatial wedding. These are Manek Chowk, Zenana Mahal, Mor Chowk, Shiv Niwas Palace.
- Manek Chowk
Manek Chowk, in the Udaipur City Palace Complex, is perfect for hosting a regal wedding that can be grand enough to accommodate up to 1,000 guests. Constructed by Rana Karan Singhji during the period 1620-1628, Manek Chowk was used for public meetings, horse cavalry, elephant parades, and other festivals.
Manek Chowk has a lavish Mughal style garden which is perhaps the most identifiable part of the Udaipur City Palace. Manek Chowk is great when one wants to celebrate a great Indian Palatial Wedding, be it the sangeet or the main reception. Every function becomes grand at the Manek Chowk.
- · Zenana Mahal
Zenana Mahal or the Queen’s Palace is one of the integral parts of the Udaipur City Palace. It was built in the early 1600s and has witnessed innumerable royal weddings. The place makes a spectacular wedding venue and can accommodate up to 500 guests.
The main courtyard of the Zenana Mahal, known as the Laxmi Chowk is a great place to host any function of a palatial wedding in Udaipur. Embellishing the courtyard is the Chowmukha pavilion; having a brilliant chandelier that adds to the glitz of the place.
- · Mor Chowk
The flamboyant Mor Chowk, where the Maharanas of Mewar held exclusive dinners, is often referred to as the most amazing courtyard of the City Palace Udaipur. In present times, Mor Chowk makes a superb venue for an warm and intimate wedding ceremony of 20-50 people. Guests can be accommodated in traditional Indian style, or be served on tables as desired by the families.
- Shiv niwas palace
Shiv Niwas holds some significance when it comes to hosting palatial weddings. With a majestic courtyard and large open area the hotel facilitates smooth flow of functions. So during the course of your nuptials space is never going to be a constraint.
The palatial hotel boasts majestic and well-equipped rooms and suites with private patios to give you a feel of the lifestyle of the royals. The hotel’s lawn, exquisite pool side and terrace can also be ideal venues for your fairytale wedding ceremony.
Rooms: 19 Palace Rooms, 08 Terrace Suites, 06 Royal Suites, 03 Imperial Suites
Average Room Rate: 25000 + Taxes Onwards
Average Food Rate: 3500 + Taxes Onwards
Jagmandir Island Palace
Jag Mandir Island Palace is located, as the name suggests, on an island in the middle of famous Lake Pichola. Used as a pleasure palace by the Maharanas of Mewar, the palace makes it an idyllic venue for a palatial wedding in Udaipur. The superb lake setting also makes Jag Mandir high on romance, and adds to the feel of exclusiveness.
The Leela Palace
The Leela Palace Udaipur is world known for its exotic location and the comfy experience. With selective venues and total 79 Rooms & Suites, it is generally combined with independent venues like Jag Mandir Island to host the grand Weddings. Its banquet spaces accommodates up to 200-seated guests, with an additional outdoor capacity for 100 standing guests.
Rooms: 80 (16 Lake View Rooms, 56 Heritage Lake View Rooms, 04 Luxury Suites, 02 Duplex Suites, 01 Royal Suite, 01 Maharaja Suite
Average Room Rate: 20000 + Taxes Onwards
Average Food rate: 3000 + Taxes Onwards
Oberoi Udai Vilas is probably one of the most awarded hotels for its luxury. It offers a couple of outdoor lawns and spaces with marvellous backdrop of hills and lush greenery. It is the costliest option in terms of stay and overall cost for hosting a palatial Wedding in Udaipur.
Average room rate: 20,000-40,000 per night depending on the season.
Average food rate: 4000 + taxes
Chunda Palace is one of the best suitable options for a Royal Wedding if you are a small group below 200 guests. Chunda Palace is located next to Oberoi Udai Vilas with green surroundings and one of the best views from any Room. They have two open terraces or patios which can easily accommodate 250-300 guests. You will enjoy the beautiful view of the lakes and the sunset from the terrace of the palace.
Rooms: 46 which includes 30 Palace Rooms, 03 Royal Imperial Suites, 08 Historic, Suites, 05 Grand Historic Suites
Average Room Rate: 11000 + Taxes Onwards
Average Food rate: 1800 + Taxes Onwards
Fort Fatehgarh is a Heritage Renaissance Resort-Sanctuary with 360° superior views of Aravali Hill Ranges, Lake Pichola, City Palace and the old city. It is also a great venue for conducting exceptional palatial weddings. It has ample of space to fit all your needs of various functions.
Rooms: 51 (Renaissance Room – 38, Heritage Chambers – 07, Suites -3)
Average Room Rate: 12000 + Taxes Onwards
Average Food rate: 2000 + Taxes Onwards
The Devigarh palace is an ideal fusion of past, present and future and hence a perfect set up for palatial weddings. Attracted by this fine architectural marvel the couples from all over the world come to exchange their vows at this heritage palace. This heritage property has some beautiful sites where nuptials can be solemnized without a hitch. Right from ‘mandap’ to dining, the place has enough places for every ritual. The hotel has ample place for fireworks to give your D-Day a spectacular start.
Rooms: 39 (Aravali Suites, Devigarh Suites, Palace Suites, Garden Suites)
Average Room Rate: 22000 + Taxes Onwards
Average Food rate: 2200 + Taxes Onwards
Lalit Laxmi Villas
Located in the heart of the city of Udaipur, this Palace in Udaipur is an outstanding location for your fairytale marriage. It overlooks Lake Fateh Sagar which further adds to its beauty. Set against the backdrop of Aravalli hills, this palace was built by Maharana Bhupal Singh in 1911. The hotel reflects a judicious mix of medieval and modern hospitalities.
Rooms: 55 (Palace Deluxe Rooms, Palace Suite Rooms, Princess Suite, Maharani Suite, Maharaja Suite)