Octopussy Hotel

In the franchise's sixth film, Bond visits a floating palace owned by jewel smuggler and businesswoman Octopussy. The real-life Taj Lake Palace, or Jag Niwas, is a 17th-century estate built on an island in Lake Pichola in India's Udaipur city. in 1963, the ancient residence was converted into a heritage hotel with 65 rooms and 18 suites. Its grand architecture and original details remain intact, framing views of The City Palace, Aravalli Hills, Machla Magra Hills, and Jag Mandir through its ornate archways. During their stay, guests are treated like royalty with five-star amenities, including a spa, fine dining, and butler service. The property's concierge can also arrange visits to the area's palaces, temples, and gardens.

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