The Oberoi Amarvilas

The Oberoi Amarvilas 5* Deluxe

2 restaurants and international (“Bellevue”) and Indian (“Esphahan”) kitchens,

bar with a choice cigar,

tea room,

outdoor pool (heated in winter),

fitness Studio,

SPA-center with sauna and steam room,

beauty shop,

mediateca (books, CDS and DVDs),

business center.

Air conditioning

Internet

a TV with satellite channels

DVD/CD player

mini-bar,

electronic safe

the tea/coffee

hair dryer

Bathroom with bath and shower

The hotel has 106 rooms.

38 Premier Rooms (40 m2) – a bedroom with a Seating area and marble bathroom, views of the Taj Mahal.

57 Premier Rooms with balcony (40 m2) – a bedroom with a Seating area, balcony and bathroom, view of the Taj Mahal.

4 Deluxe Suites (75 m2) – living room, bedroom and marble bathroom, views of the famous mausoleum of the Taj Mahal.

4 Deluxe Suites with balcony (75 m2) comprises a living room and bedroom, balcony and luxury bathroom, view of the Taj Mahal.

2 Luxury Suites (175 m2): two rooms – The Robert Burns Suite and The B. K. Nehru Suite. Located on the last 5th of atheotes. In room: entrance hall, living room with terrace, bedroom with dressing room, bathroom with corner terrace. All rooms and terraces have views of the Taj Mahal. You can add a 2nd bedroom by combining with the room category Premier Room.

Additional services: bottle of champagne and roses upon arrival, tropical fruit basket.

1 Kohinoor Suite (280 sq m): located in the center of the fifth floor. In room: entrance hall, sitting room, study, bedroom, bathroom, walk-in closet. All rooms and terraces have views of the Taj Mahal. The room has three terraces – one near the living room (overlooking the garden and pool), the other near the bedrooms, and the third from two sides surrounds the bathroom. The office has a telescope. You can add a 2nd bedroom by combining with the room category Premier Room. Additional services: bottle of champagne and roses upon arrival, tropical fruit basket.

2 restaurants and international (“Bellevue”) and Indian (“Esphahan”) kitchens,

bar with a choice cigar,

tea salon.

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