The name Nadesar is derived from the Goddess Nadesari, whose shrine is located in the front of the Palace. Set amidst verdant gardens, mango orchards, marigold and jasmine fields, the Taj Nadesar Palace is a haven of peace and tranquillity. Works of art from the Maharaja’s collection decorate the walls of the Palace’s 10 luxurious suites. Embellished with original pieces of furniture refurbished to recreate the atmosphere of a bygone era, the décor of the rooms is intended to evoke the colours of marigolds, jasmines and pale pink lotuses that are offered to the holy Ganges.
Savour a delightful fusion of Indian and international fare at the Dining Area, with décor typical of the Raj era, and relish the decadent infusions from rugged, earthy teapots at the Nirvana lounge, set within mango orchards. The expansive grounds house a grandiose marble edifice and candlelit walkways lined with rose petals, which lead to magnificent displays of fireworks against the backdrop of the Palace.
What we love about Taj Nadesar Palace
- Ask your hosts to tell you about the history of the Palace, which has hosted royalty, statesmen and celebrities since 1835.
- Sample the live Indian barbeque at the pool and watch your food being cooked and served on flambé trolleys filled to the brim with fruit and delicious sauces, while table dancers entertain you.
- Be sure not to miss one of the evening Kathak dance performances on the sprawling grounds of the hotel, lit by the luminescent moon and sparkling fairy lights.