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The Indian hotels in world's best list
December 20, 2004 16:12 IST
Last Updated: December 21, 2004 12:34 IST
Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel and Jaipur's Oberoi Raj Vilas have made it to the world's best hotels' list compiled by Conde Naste Traveller.
"The Gold List 2005 represents our choice of establishments that are the best for location, rooms, services, ambience/design, food and leisure facilities," the international travel magazine said.
The Taj Mahal hotel (left) has been ranked 16th in the list in terms of location. CNT praised the Taj Mahal hotel for its 'staggering view over the Arabian Sea, the Gateway of India and the city of Mumbai'. It described the hotel's services as 'a satisfactory blend of efficiency and hospitability'.
Jaipur's Oberoi Raj Vilas (right) has bagged the 8th place in terms of quality of services. It has got the thumbs-up for its services, which, CNT says, are way ahead of other Indian hotels'.
"Raj Vilas is a purpose-built palace hotel set in immaculate, 32-acre grounds, which has services head and shoulders above other Indian hotels, with 24-hour dining and butler services," the magazine said.
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