The Taj Mahal by private jet promises to take you to the most famous landmark in India, an immense mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648. It was commissioned by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife.
The Taj Mahal consists of multiple buildings, constructed as a mausoleum to house the tombs of the Shah’s wife Mumtaz Mahal and the Shah himself, Mughal emperor Shah Jahān.
Where to Stay When You Visit the Taj Mahal by Private Jet Charter Flight
The Oberoi Amarvilas is located just outside the property, only 600 meters from the expansive property of the Taj Mahal. Featuring guestrooms in a similar style to the ancient architecture and lavish finishes of the famous mausoleum, The Oberoi Amarvilas offers stunning views of the Taj Mahal from guestroom balconies and the main lobby.
The highlights of the property are the immaculately maintained gardens, but the other amenities are of the highest caliber. There is a luxury spa, swimming pool with poolside bar service, and even a finely decorated formal ballroom. The onsite restaurants serve upgraded international cuisine with views of the property and the Taj Mahal itself.
If you are especially discerning, take a look into the most expensive suite overlooking the Taj Mahal.
The luxury hotel chain Trident pulled out all the stops in Agra to create a palatial resort with manicured grounds, walking distance from the Taj Mahal. The Mughal-inspired art panels and red stone façade pay homage to the cultural history of Agra.
The spacious property and kid-friendly amenities like the Trident Kids’ Club (a supervised play area for children) make this hotel perfect for families. Two on-site restaurants feature traditional Indian and modern Italian cuisine. The hotel also offers a full-service spa and steam room, and an outdoor pool.
A fresh take on modern luxury, the Courtyard Agra’s silver and matte gold finishes create a contemporary contrast to Agra’s mishmash of ancient Mughal and modern Indian architecture. The expertly appointed rooms in a private setting create a sense of peace and tranquility in the middle of bustling Agra.
Courtyard Agra hosts four onsite restaurants: MoMo Café serving international fare, MoMo 2 Go, a classic coffeehouse and deli serving sandwiches and pastries, Onyx cocktail bar and Anise, serving local Indian cuisine. There is also a spa, outdoor pool and fitness center.
How to Get to The Taj Mahal
By private jet you can fly directly into Agra, India; however, because it is not an airport of entry, you will be required to first land at an airport of entry to clear customs then proceed to your final destination of Agra.
If you prefer to make Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi (ICAO: VIDP; IATA: DEL), your final private jet charter destination then you can hire a car to take you 204 km to Agra. If you wish to travel by train, you could take the 12050 Gatimaan Express, which is the fastest train from Delhi to Agra.