Varanasi, North & Central India, India

Built in 1812, Brij Rama Palace is a landmark of Varanasi. Accessible only by boat at times, it’s perched right on the river bank on the Darbanga Ghat. In 1915 the Brahmin King of Darbhanga acquired the palace and gave the Ghat its name. Original artwork still adorns the walls and the original lift, installed by the king in 1918, still remains. The 32 rooms have all been tastefully decorated, and the superior rooms even give you a view of the Ganges from the bath. Dine on the open terrace or in the candlelit courtyard. For a really special experience the hotel can arrange dinner on the river.

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