A Luxury Collection Destination, India
A windswept desert city, Agra lives in both past and present. Filled with ornate mosques, romantic palaces, and some of the world’s most opulent mausoleums, all adorned with the ancient motifs of Persian and Islamic design, it’s also one of the busiest and liveliest places in India.
One of Islam’s biggest festivals, Eid al-Fitr celebrates the end of the holy month of Ramadan with feasts, parties, and merriment.
A religious festival held in honor of the Hindu god Shiva, who tradition says appeared at this temple in the form of a stone lingam.
A lively religious fête, Ram Barat celebrates the marriage of the Hindu deity Sri Rama with a three-day street party and a spectacular 12-hour parade.
India’s harvest festival, Pongal is a festival of agriculture and rebirth, celebrated with gifts of food, culinary rituals, and feasts with family and friends.
Enter a world of refinement in this wood-paneled lounge and relax with whiskey and light bites while admiring the Mughal gardens and listening to live music.
Sample the authentic flavours of Jammu & Kashmir and Pakistan, including kebabs, tandoor-roasted specialties, and the signature Dal Bukhara.
In keeping with the Mughal epicurean tradition, this all-day restaurant serves decadent specialties from around the world in opulent surroundings.
Northern India is full of magnificent examples of Mughal architecture, but few are as awe-inspiring and fascinating as Fatehpur Sikri. Less than an hour’s drive from Agra, this 16th-century city rises out of the desert, a testament to Emperor Akbar’s determination. Intended as his new capital, Fatehpur Sikri was only inhabited for 13 years before a lack of water forced the court to leave, but its palaces, mosques, and pavilions remain.
Explore the hotel’s Aga Khan Award-winning architecture and design, inspired by and based on traditional Mughal sites like Fatehpur Sikri and Agra Fort.
Treat yourself to the ultimate spa treatment at our Royal Mughal Hamam at the Kaya Kalp Spa, India’s first luxury hammam.
No Mughal palace would be complete without its extensive, lush gardens; stroll through ours, meandering from the bird trail and orchards through the butterfly park and conservatory.