Located in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Agra is a popular city located on the banks of River Yamuna. Agra was the erstwhile capital of Mughal emperors until the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and forms a part of most tour packages to India. Agra offers a sneak peek into the refinement of Mughal courtly life and art & architecture. The city is home to several monuments and mausoleums such as Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri among others.
Housed within the premised of the ITC Mughal, Agra, Kaya Kalp is one of the largest spas in India. It is the place where you can experience the opulent and luxurious lifestyle of the Mughal dynasty. Spread over a whopping space of over 99,000 square feet, Kaya Kalp is the largest spa in India and offers rejuvenating therapies based on the ancient customs and western principles of wellness.
Timings: 0900-2100 hrs Treatments, Rooms: 8 Masseurs, Female: 5 Masseurs, Male: 3
The 70 minutes long 'Royal Mughal Hamam' includes Turkish style Hamam, Abhyanga Massage, Shirodhara and Mung Bean Exfoliation. All these therapies are performed with indigenous herbs & spices that are lavishly applied by our skilled Ayurvedic therapists.
This particular massage is a unique blend of natural fruits such as Pomegranate-which is a deep cleansing anti-oxidant. Post exfoliation, a signature blend of exotic pomegranate polishes and softens the body to perfection. The package includes 'Kaya Kalp' massage which focuses on relieving muscular tension with a dynamic blend of essential oils. The massage culminates with an essential Indian foot massage.
The 120 minutes long treatment is a combination of guided meditation, facial, Abhyanga massage, Shirodhara and Mung Bean Exfoliation. It rejuvenates the mind, body and soul of the guests.
The Spa at The Gateway Hotel offers a perfect blend of ancient Indian therapies and modern wellness principles. The Indian Rejuvenation therapies offered here include aromatherapy massages, time-honored Indian treatments, body scrubs and wraps.
Timings: 0600 - 2100 hrs, Treatments Rooms: 2 Masseurs, Female: 2 Masseurs, Male: 2
The 'Deep Tissue' Massage is performed with a sustainable deep pressure. This massage is applied to both superficial and deep layers of muscle.
This massage is aimed at improving your digestion system and releasing toxins from your body. It is also used as a remedy to the problems of insomnia.
It is a perfect massage when your body is completely exhausted and requires an energy boost before moving out of the home.
The Ziva Spa at Radisson Blu Hotel offers a range of therapies to its guests. These massages and treatments include deep tissue, reflexology, facials, skin treatments, body exfoliation, detoxifying wraps, manicures, pedicures and waxing.
Timings: 0800-2200 hrs, Treatments Rooms: 4, Masseurs Female: 4, Masseurs Male: 1
The world famous 'Thai Massage' combines the element of yoga, shiatsu and acupressure and presses the energy points on these lines.
This massage has originates from Bali and uses medium-depth strokes and pressure points below the superficial muscle layer. It helps to balance the energy centre and improves your internal system.
Built by Empress Nur Jahan, the Tomb of Itmad-Ud-Daulah is often dubbed as 'Baby Taj'. The father of Mughal Empress Nur Jahan, Ghias-Ud-Din Beg, served as the Chief Minister of the Emperor Jahangir. This site has a resemblance to other Mughal tombs. There are so many elements used in the construction of the Taj Mahal such as white marble, garden layout and inlay designs.
One of the most acclaimed heritage sites in India, Fatehpur Sikri was founded and built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar in the 16th century. The deserted town exhibits some of the finest collection of indigenous Mughal architecture. The town is acclaimed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and combines various flavors of regional architecture with Islamic influences. Some remarkable structures in Fatehpur Sikri include Jama Masjid, Buland Darwaza, Panch Mahal, Tomb of Salim Chisti, Panch Mahal and Anup Talao.
Taj Mahal personifies the world of eternal love and romance between Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. The dance drama is set in the 16th century and portrays the lavish lifestyle of Mughal era. The highlight of the show is a replica of the Taj Mahal built with Makrana marble. It weighs around 8,500 kilograms and presents various moods and shades. The duration of the show is 80 minutes.