About Hotel Clarks Shiraz
Agra’s first and finest modern hotel, located close to the Taj Mahal, Clarks Shiraz offers visitors all the warmth and hospitality of traditional India. Yet every modern facility and convenience has been meticulously provided. Luxurious rooms from where you can get a breathtaking view of the Taj Mahal. Beautifully laid out gardens and swimming pool. A mini golf course and a croquet lawn. An efficient business center with state-of-the-art communication and conference facilities.
The hotel has 237 well appointed rooms. All the rooms are meticulously decorated gives breathtaking view of the Taj Mahal.
Clarks Shiraz hospitality is especially evident in its many restaurants and bars. At the rooftop Mughal Room, you can feast on royal Mughlai delicacies or Chinese cuisine. At the Shehnaz Restaurant, you can take your choice from a wide variety of Indian and Continental specialities. Or you can opt for a sizzling bar-be-que at the pool side. The Mughal Bar and the Khayyam Bar are friendly and informal and make for ideal meeting places to compare your impressions of the Taj Mahal or exclaim over wonderful bargains.
State: Uttar Pradesh
Location: On the Taj Road near Taj Mahal, 7 km. from Airport, 3 km. from Railway Station, 3 km.from Bus Stand
Rooms: Double A/C 235, Suites A/C 2, Total Rooms 237
Group: Clarks Hotels
Agra the city of the Taj Mahal, is the undisputed choice of every visitor to India. It is well connected by road, rail and air from Delhi. The great Mughals made it their capital and evidence of their passion for building graces the city to this day. The great Red Fort of Agra was begun by Akbar; Jahangir added magnificent palaces, courts and gardens, and Shahjahan further embellished it with elegant marble pavilions inlaid with semi-precious stones. Across the river, the Empress Noorjehan built an exquisite marble tomb for her father Itmad-ud-Daula. And Akbar himself lies buried in a magnificent mausoleum at Sikandra.
But the culmination of all this splendour is the Taj Mahal itself, a serene, pristine monument set in lush terraced gardens. Its pure white marble is inlaid with semi-precious stones in a delicate tracery of foliage and flowers. Visitors come to see the Taj Mahal from all over the world and marvel at its beauty and purity. And many come again and again to see it by moonlight, in the rosy light of dawn, and at the flaming hour of sunset.