Jagmandir Island Palace is a historic 17th century palace redeveloped as a complete destination: with its all-day café, stylish-dining restaurant, bar and spa designed to uplift moods and spirits. The picturesque Jagmandir Island Palace today plays host to 21st century guests. Corporate and leisure travellers, celebrities from all over the world for whom ceremonial parties and mega-events are seamlessly organised. Year after year, Jagmandir Island Palace continues to make news in the global glamour world for the exclusive ‘regal experiences’ it offers. Guests are ferried to Jagmandir Island Palace, the palace synonymous with a defining episode of history when the Mughal Prince Khurram sought refuge here in 1623. His stay at the Gol Mahal inspired him, as Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan, to build the Taj Mahal in Agra. At the colonnaded Darikhana Restaurant, Picholi Bar and all-day café you can leisurely spend hours gazing across Lake Pichola and the City Palace. For history-lovers there’s Jagriti, a heritage museum onsite to give a fill on how Jagmandir Island Palace was built and developed over the centuries. Jagmandir Island Palace is often referred to as a swarg ki vatika or garden of heaven. When cocktails, theme-dinners, banquets and wedding ceremonies are organised here, the flowers and special lighting, folk dancers and fireworks bring alive this garden of heaven in vibrant colours of celebrations. Musical soirees and performances at the Garden Courtyard, wedding ceremonies at Kunwarpada Chowk, lavish buffets or sit-down banquets at Kunwarpada Lawns. Jagmandir Island Palace has dedicated heritage venues that challenge your creativity in pampering your guests.