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By far the best hotel in Agra and the only hotel to stay in when visiting the Taj Mahal. Excellent service throughout and with the most awesome view of the beautiful Taj Mahal. Be sure to visit the Indian restaurant , Esphahan which is superb....More
I recently visited Oberoi Amarvilas and i can say that is one of the most luxury hotel in Agra from where you can see Taj Mahal from each room of the hotel. Staying in Premier room with balcony allow you to seat in balcony and...More
My husband and I recently returned from a FABULOUS two week trip to India that we booked directly with Oberoi Exotic Vacations.
We worked on our itinerary with Garima Vij a Destination Expert for Oberoi. She was diligent, professional, patient, informative and so kind. The...More
We stayed here only one night on our Northern India trip, very sad to leave and could have stayed longer, the rooms with the view of the Taj were amazing, and memorable. The hotel stands in wonderful gdns. The hotel is faultless, staff from management...More
I stayed one night at the Oberoi Amarvilas and was travelling as part of a group of nine individuals.
Our party was met on arrival by an army of butlers and helpers. I was greeted by name by the Mr Panshikar (the general manager) and...More
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Although the hotel doesn’t offer buffet style food, I believe the Restaurant is open to non guests. The hotel offers very good Indian cuisine in the evening with a local musician playing a traditional Indian stringed... More
Although the hotel doesn’t offer buffet style food, I believe the Restaurant is open to non guests. The hotel offers very good Indian cuisine in the evening with a local musician playing a traditional Indian stringed instrument (possibly a swarmandal) through dinner providing the perfect atmosphere. There is a good range of food to choose from including less spicy dishes. The hotel restaurant offers two fixed sittings for dinner in the evening which should booked in advance to avoid disappointment.
I’d advise arriving earlier to enjoy a pre-dinner drink and to take in the incredible view either inside or out on the terrace.
If your day tour, time wise, doesn’t allow for an evening meal, the hotel has a second restaurant which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is also a separate bar and lounge.