Fateh Garh, perched on a hill forgotten within the very heart of Udaipur is yet blissfully away from the familiar drone that one travels to make distance from; what today many would call serendipity of sorts! Delivered from the Urdu word from victory 'Fateh', and 'Garh' or fortress in Sanskrit, Fateh Garh is really an invitation to penetrate our gross exterior selves and explore the much hiding recesses of our interior being, considered 'true victory' in Eastern thought. This interplay of the male and female aspects is found more obviously in the spaces referred to as the Mardana Mahal, bold and exhibitionist - traditionally, the palace of the gentry; and the Zanana Mahal, intimate and delicate - traditionally, the palace of ladies. On advancing to the wondrous inverted palace, which is really a mirror images of the Mardana & Zanana Mahal, we realize a harmonious intermingling of the yin and yang energies that gives the interplay a whole new dimension.
The Dari Khana lounge is for relaxing, listening to music or reading about the history and culture of Rajasthan. The Janana courtyard and the garden provide openness and spectacular views which are ideal for High-Teas to enjoy sunsets.
At Fateh Garh the chef emphasizes on indigenous cuisine and beverages which are developed in consultation with each new guest and are served where and when guests choose. Dining options include the Baradari with 270° views, pool side terrace, Prasadam restaurant and other intimate dining spaces for couples and
Plunge Pool Suite