- Price Starts At :
- + 1889.82 taxes & fees
- per room / night
- 1 x Guests
- 1 x Room
About The Ananta
- The Ananta Udaipur is surrounded by many different shops and places to eat within walking distance.
- Being one of the luxury resorts in Udaipur, the hotel also offers a variety of rooms to suit every guest's preferences.
- The "historic" rooms are filled with antique furniture and authentic details from the hotel's past.
- To begin a delightful day in Udaipur, one can wake up with a "sky breakfast."
The Ananta also has 24 hours Wi-Fi internet access throughout the hotel. For the serenity seekers among us, this hotel offers a yoga centre with a room for 45 people as well as a quiet rest area. In addition, the hotel has a pool that is open during the cooler months of the year.
The hotel, The Ananta in Udaipur, India, is family-owned. The same family had run the hotel since the 1940s, when it first opened its doors.
The Ananta is one of the extravagant hotels in Udaipur that has not changed in all the years it has been open. The hotel still offers beautiful high ceilings, solid wooden floors, and classic furniture. The Ananta Udaipur resort features a spa where women can have a personalized "time for self" treatment tailored to their needs. Men can choose an invigorating massage session or facial treatment designed to complement their preferred style of play and personality type. The Ananta also offers homely service where one can have dinner served to their room if they prefer to be alone during their stay.
Served on outdoor seating, the breakfast offers guests the ability to eat while enjoying the surrounding land's beauty or watching the sunrise while eating. Guests seeking an adventure should not miss out on visiting Rani Garden Restaurant to experience the Rajasthani culture while dining on traditional Indian cuisine that features organic ingredients grown locally in Udaipur. The rooms of the Ananta in Udaipur are luxurious. They each offer spacious suites with modern amenities like satellite TV, room service, oil paintings of the earth's topography, and more.