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  Two Indian Hotels Are Ranked World's Best
By NITISH S. RELE - editor@khaasbaat.com

If you have been to Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai, you shouldn’t be surprised that the hotel has been ranked 16th in Conde Naste Traveller magazine’s inaugural “Gold List 2005” for location.

The “landmark 1903 building with staggering views over the Arabian Sea, the Gateway of India and the city of Mumbai” offers 495 bedrooms and 51 suites, according to the international travel magazine.

Also making the Gold List 2005 was the Oberoi Rajvilas in Rajasthan for “its head and shoulders above other Indian hotels, with 24-hour in-room dining and butler service.” The purpose-built palace hotel on the outskirts of Jaipur is set in immaculate, 32-acre grounds, wrote the magazine. “It has 54 doubles with teak four-posters, marble bathrooms and walled gardens; 14 air-conditioned tented rooms with Burma teak floors and embroidered canopies; two one-bedroom Pool Villas; one Royal Villa.”

Topping the list for location was The Samling in the Lake district of England for its “charming 1870s house with the ambience of a private home, set in 67 acres overlooking Lake Windermere.”

In the services category, the Four Seasons hotel in London was ranked tops.

For more information on the hotels, check out www.tajhotels.com or www.oberoihotels.com
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