Jal Tarang

Hotels and Conferences

Visitors to Jal Tarang will do much more than just ‘come by for a visit’. They will soak in the serene environs of a top-end luxury resort at an exclusive location on the waterfront. Savour cuisines of the world at a choice of fine dining restaurants. Unwind with traditional therapies from all over the globe in a choices of luxury spas. Enjoy first class hospitality in the hotel at heart of the development, surrounded by exciting retail, culture and sports opportunities. And make every occasion memorable by hosting meetings, conferences, weddings and other large-scale cultural events at the banquet and conference centre, with its beautiful gardens and stunning views of the lake.

Luxury Resort

• Premium location on the waterfront
• Operated by global leader in the business
• Rooms with views of the Nahargarh fort & Mansagar Lake
• Luxury amenities and facilities
• World class, award winning spa
• Villa-based development
• Exclusive approach by road, private jetties and waterways
• Nature/bird reserve with wilderness trails
• Average room size: 70 sq m
• State of the art boardroom
• World class gymnasium, fitness centre and swimming pool

First Class Hotel

• Prime location in the central hub of Jal Tarang
• Short walk from the luxury retail precinct, the urban village and food court
• Luxury suites and rooms with beautiful views
• Traditional architecture with contemporary facilities
• Conference centres
• World class spa
• Speciality restaurants including a floating restaurant
• A cascading water court & infinity pool
• Lakefront leisure facilities
• Ideal for hosting international events
• Operated by leading name in the segment

Convention Centre

• Prime location in the heart of Jal Tarang
• 2000-people Convention Centre
• Grand entrance to Banquet Centre
• Two gardens
• Interior spaces connected to outdoor courts
• Uninterrupted views of the Mansagar Lake


The project is currently under design and is programmed to be constructed and opened for business tentatively by the year 2014. The layout shown is indicative and the components highlighted might change as work evolves on site.