The 19th century Udai Bilas Palace is named after a Maharana of Mewar and the founder of the city of Udaipur, Maharawal Udai Singh II. It is built of local grey-green granite in a blend of Mughal and Rajput style and features minutely carved balconies, arches, and windows. Rising from the center of the compound is a fantastic four-storeyed pavilion with densely carved friezes and cusped arches. The large room on its top story is embellished with many semi-precious stones. Palace is bifurcated into three main sections - Raniwas, Udai Bilas, and Krishna Prakash, also known as Ek Thambiya Mahal. All are equally exquisite regarding architecture, but the most beautiful amongst them is the Krishna Prakash, which with its ornate balconies, sculptured pillars, carved panels, and bracketed windows is the finest example of Rajput architecture. Currently, the palace has converted into a five-star hotel. So if tourists wish to enjoy a luxury holiday, then they can book a stay in the palace.