Concierge.com's insider take:
On the outside, Devi Garh, with its towering walls of yellow sandstone and multitude of turrets, looks every bit the desert fortress it was when built in the 1760s. Inside, though, are 39 contemporary white-on-white suites that would seem at home in South Beach. Of the palace suites, each with its own eccentricities of shape and decor, our favorite has a freestanding, entirely wall-less shower that offers spectacular views of the Aravalli Hills. As with Amanbagh, which is north of Jaipur, one of the draws of Devi Garh's location—30 minutes outside of Udaipur—is its rural feel. We suggest going out and exploring: The hotel happily organizes day trips. And once you've been to the restaurant a time or two, stake a claim to one of the many public, but secluded, nooks and crannies for the most romantic private dining this side of the Taj Mahal.