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Oberoi Rajvilas gets top marks

Our Bureau

Chennai , July 23

THE readers of Travel + Leisure, one of the world's leading travel magazines, have ranked The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur, as the third Best Hotel in the world next only to the Four Seasons Resort, Bali and Singita Private Game Reserve, South Africa.

According to a press release, The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra, has ranked among the top ten hotels in Asia.

The Oberoi Rajvilas scored 94 out of 100 and was rated on several criteria, including rooms, facilities, location, service, restaurants, food and value. The Oberoi Amarvilas scored 90.11.

Travel + Leisure is an authority on travel, besides setting trends and motivating readers. The magazine's `World's Best' is among the most revered awards in the international travel industry in which the readers themselves define excellence in travel, by rating their recent experiences at the top hotels, cities, islands, cruise lines, airlines and car-rental agencies.

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