A Recap of Some of Travel Inn’s Most Regal Moments: The Royal Feather in Travel Inn’s Hat!

Taj Mahal

Travel Inn got a stint with Royalty as they ground handled all operations for the Royal Family of Qatar from 1st September 2011 to 12th September 2011. The Her Royal Highness (name undisclosed due to security) along with her sons, after planning for many years, finally decided to visit our very own magical, mystical land!

The charter landed in Jaipur where the family stayed at Taj Rambagh Palace. They got a whiff of the Royal Rajputana era in their suites and enjoyed Elephant safari at Dera Amer. They visited the Amber Fort in their Mercedes and the dinner at Samode Palace was spectacular.

The next stop, Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace Jodhpur took them by surprise and they were spell bound by the architecture and grandeur of the palace. The dinner at Raas, with the Mehrangarh Fort overlooking was in itself a treat to the eyes.

The romantic city of Udaipur and Taj Lake Palace right in the middle of Lake Pichola was a completely exquisite experience for them. Coming from the desert country, they enjoyed the views of Lake from all suites and rooms and felt the jetty experience a very unique one. Visiting Monsoon Palace and enjoying the view of the city from a hill top added glitter to the Udaipur stop.

The Royal Family’s visit to Royal Cities would not have been complete without visiting the city of Nizams- Hyderabad. Taj Falaknuma, as the name rightly says, is just like a mirror to Heaven! The Palace ensured the Royal Family was treated as were the Nizams in the days gone by.

The trip would not have got the final icing on the top without visiting the biggest and the only monument of love and romance – Taj Mahal. The stay at Oberoi Amarvilas gave them views of Taj Mahal from all suites and rooms, at all times of the day!

Team Travel Inn ensured that they at all times, the security instructions of the Royal Family were adhered to and that the operations flowed absolutely smoothly.

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