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Hotels in Rajasthan

Indo Vacations offers a large choice of accommodation in Rajasthan in the hotels ranging from five-star luxury hotels, 4-star hotels, which are fully air-conditioned with all luxury features, heritage hotels, 3-star hotels, with air-conditioned rooms, and 2 to 1 star hotels, which offer basic amenities. These hotels are available in all the cities and at popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan. The well known Taj Group of hotels also offers accommodation in its grand luxury hotels. There are also various heritage hotels in Rajasthan. Most of the hotels in Rajasthan have excellent restaurants that serve a large variety of vegetarian, non-vegetarian and traditional cuisines. These hotels in Rajasthan charges at a very moderate rate from the tourists.

Heritage Hotels in Rajasthan

A large number of forts and palaces are spread across the erstwhile princely state of Rajasthan. These palaces were the home of the erstwhile rulers or Maharajas which ruled over India. These royal residences, which were the bastions of history, bristling with the past memories and the royal darbars, were abandoned with the passage of time. Since the government withdraw the privileges granted to the rulers in maintaining these magnificent properties, each individually created over centuries, and adorned with the best paintings and furniture, and representing different periods of architectural history, these palaces were in the danger of falling to ruins, even though most of them continued to serve as residences for the former members of the royal families.

Out of the 22 princely forts and palaces, magnificent castles and romantic havelies, some of them were converted into the heritage hotels. The Heritage Hotels are old palaces, forts and grand mansions of Maharajas which have been later renovated and converted into Hotels. These former royal residences, which members of the royal family have continued to inhabit for various generations, are repositories of a gracious lifestyle, and a way of living that passed into the realms of fantasy. The rooms in the hotel are decorated individually, comfortable, romantic and present the flair of the days of Maharaja. These heritage hotels have managed to keep their flavour like the medieval palaces intact and have opened their doors to the tourists. These hotels are now maintained in the more pleasant manner and run by the members of the royal families and a way of living that was losing its ground in the 21st century, has been preserved for a little while longer.

Hotels in Rajasthan

 Hotels in Ajmer  Hotels in Alwar  Hotels in Bharatpur  Hotels in Bikaner
 Hotels in Bundi  Hotels in Chittaurgarh  Hotels in Dausa  Hotels in Deogarh
 Hotels in Dungarpur  Hotels in Jaipur  Hotels in Jaisalmer  Hotels in Jodhpur
 Hotels in Khimsar  Hotels in Kota  Hotels in Kuchaman  Hotels in Kumbhalgarh
 Hotels in Mandawa  Hotels in Mt.Abu  Hotels in Pali  Hotels in Pushkar
 Hotels in Ranakpur  Hotels in Ranthambore  Hotels in Rohet  Hotels in Udaipur

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Some of the small forts, palace castles, aristocratic homes and havelis which were renovated and converted into heritage hotels are Hotel Sariska Palace, Royal Castle Khimsar, Hotel Raj Mahal Palace, Hotel Shiv Niwas Palace, Neemrana Fort Palace, Rohet Garh, Hotel Ajit Bhawan, Hotel Narain Niwas Palace, Hotel Samode Haveli, Hotel Samode Palace, Hotel Sawai Madhopur Lodge, Ramgarh Lodge and Hotel Castle Mandawa. The following list shows the accommodation in the heritage hotels in the various cities in Rajasthan, offered by Indo Vacations.

Heritage Hotels in Ajmer

Merwara Estate
The Merwara estate was built about hundred years ago and overlooks Ana Sagar Lake in Ajmer. This estate incorporated European influences into its architecture, Belgian etched glass, Italian marble floors and painted ceilings. This estate has been recently renovated and converted into a hotel and has 50 guest rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool, and conference hall.

Heritage Hotels in Awan

Castle Awan
Awan Castle is a palatial hunting lodge in Awan. Awan Castle initially served as a shooting lodge for the visiting Maharajas who came to Sawai Madhopur. Awan is located between Jaipur and Bundi, in the forested hills. Awan was a shooting preserve of the Maharaja of Bundi and later used by the princes. The architecture of the Awan castle reminds one of the summer retreats that the royal families built in the nature of gardens. There are 7 guest rooms, and a dining room in the Awan Castle. This castle offers various facilities to the tourists like horse riding, jeep safari, camel safari.

Castle Awan, Awan
Heritage Hotels in Baggar
Piramal Haveli, Baggar

Piramal Haveli
Piramal Haveli is located in the Baggar town in the Shekhawati region. This town is known for its late-style frescoes. The Pirmamal Haveli was built in the early years of this century. This haveli shows strong European influences in its verandahas and pillars, while the four courtyards represents the typical architecture prevalent in this region. The rooms in the havelis have been carefully appointed with period and Rajasthani furniture.

Heritage Hotels in Baghera

Fort Baghera
Fort Baghera is located on the Ajmer-Sawai Madhopur road in Baghera. Baghera is situated in the Kekri subdivision of Ajmer district and known for the ancient archaeological ruins. Baghera has a 17th century fort, historic temples, cenotaphs, and the Varah Sagar lake. Fort Baghera was a Rathore citadel that refused the Maratha rule and has twin ramparts and corner turrets. The Fort Baghera is now a heritage hotel with five double rooms and a charming, medieval ambience.

Fort Baghera, Baghera
Heritage Hotels in Balsamand

Balsamand Lake Palace
Balsamand Lake Palace is located at the edge of a 13th century Balsamand lake that was artificially developed in the desert in Balsamand. Balsamand, a lake resort was created in the 12th century by the Parihar Rajputs of Mandore, and was simply taken over by Jodhpur’s Rathore rulers who converted it into a pleasure resort. Today, there are various gradens, artificial lake and a summer palace in Balsamand. The Balsamand Lake palace is built of red sandstone and was used for hunts and royal excursions.

Heritage Hotels in Balunda

Royal Castle
Royal Castle, the 16th century fort was built by the poet-princess Meerabai’s brother, Rao Chanda in Balunda. Balunda, the Merta village is strewn with remnants, temples and other relics and is ideal for exploring the region. The Royal Castle has large chambers, an impressive entrance with painted walls, carved panels and towers. This fort has been now converted into a heritage hotel and has 6 rooms, and serves Indian meals.

Heritage Hotels in Bassi

Bassi Palace
Bassi Palace, part of a 16th century fort is located in the Bassi. Bassi lay on the route of Mughal and Maratha invasions, and wears the scars of its history. Besides a shooting lodge, it has stepwells, cenotaphs, temples, and the Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary. The Bassi Palace with its scarred battlements, is a maze of domes, corridors, courtyards, apartment suites, arches and towering gateways, all at different levels. It has 8 rooms and serves simple meals.

Heritage Hotels in Bhadrajun

Royal Rajwada
Royal Rajwada, the small palace belongs to the 16th century and situated in Bhadrajun. Bhadrajun is a place where the Arjun, the Pandavas married with the Subhadra, the Krishna's sister. While prayers are still said at this holy site, Bhadrajun’s past is filled with battles, which is evident from the forts and cenotaphs in the vicinity. Most of the additions and changes have been made recently in this palace. The cupolas and balconies extruding off the surface are highlighted, so they appear more striking. There are 12 rooms, and a dining hall where a variety of cuisine is served in this palace.

Royal Rajwada, Bhadrajun
Heritage Hotels in Bhandarej

Bhadrawati Palace
The Bhadrawati Palace is an elegant palace that is designed in the Mughal-Rajput style. The Bhadrawati Palace is located in Bhandarej, a small village that was a Badgujar settlement till the 11th century when the Kachchawahas won it for themselves, making Dausa their capital. The Bhadrawati Palace has a charbagh garden and its arched, pillared halls resound with its historical links. This palace has 25 rooms and a restaurant.

Heritage Hotels in Bharatpur

Golbagh Palace
Golbagh Palace was the former residence of the Bharatpur rulers and about hundred years old. The Golbagh Palace is a heritage hotel and has 110 rooms, most of them palatial, and 12 suites.

Laxmi Vilas Palace

Laxmi Vilas Palace, Bharatpur

Laxmi Vilas Palace is about hundred years old and built for a royal prince. This palace soon became the zenana mahal or princess palace and its delicate cupolas and massive sandstone gateways guard an interior rich with frescos, courtyards, and large rooms. The Laxmi Vilas Palace is now a hotel and has 22 rooms and restaurant. This hotel has original furniture and object of past that are still in use.

Heritage Hotels in Bhinder

Rajmahal Bhindar
The Rajmahal Bhindar palace was built by Shakti Singh, the elder brother of Maharana Pratap in 1578 in the village of Bhindar. Bhindar was given as a jagir by the Maharana Pratap to Shakti Singh. The village produces cloth and miniature paintings, and was
once the hub for the making of gold and silver jewellery, and for the ornamentation of swords. Since its construction, several additions were made by successive generations, the most recent in 1902. The large palace has delicate jharokhas from which one can look out at the countryside, and the rooms are embellished with paintings of family members, and a collection of arms.

Rajmahal Bhindar, Bhindar
Heritage Hotels in Banswara

Ravla Banswara, Banswara

Ravla Banswara
Ravla Banswara is a traditional Rajput palace in the Banswara. Banswara, surrounded by temples and stepwells, was granted to Thakur Jagat Singh Rathore in the 16th century as he saved the life of the Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur. The Ravla Banswara palace has separate apartments and courtyards and has 10 well appointed rooms and orchards. Along with personalized service, the Rajastani meals are also its speciality.

Heritage Hotels in Bikaner

Bhanwar Niwas Palace
Bhanwar Niwas Palace was a haveli in Bikaner, which has been recently converted into a heritage hotel. This haveli was built in the early years of this century by Seth Bhandwarlal Rampuria, and combines Western and traditional architecture to create a novel form of architecture. This haveli is well maintained and built of red sandstone. It is also known for its blue drawing room, grand staircase, library and impressive entrance hall. The Hotel Bhanwar Niwas Palace has 14 rooms, a multi–cuisine restaurant, and bar.

Bhanwar Niwas Palace, Bikaner
Laxmi Vilas Palace

Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner

Laxmi Vilas Palace is about hundred years old and built for a royal prince. This palace soon became the zenana mahal or princess palace and its delicate cupolas and massive sandstone gateways guard an interior rich with frescos, courtyards, and large rooms. The Laxmi Vilas Palace is now a hotel and has 22 rooms and restaurant. This hotel has original furniture and object of past that are still in use.

Jaswant Bhawan

The last ruler of Bikaner built Jaswant Bhawan, a simple home in 1926 without any fuss that reminds of the period in post-independent India. The rooms in the Jaswant Bhawan are spacious, and the planning was done to incorporate lounges and courtyards. Recently, the Jaswant Bhawan has been converted into a hotel and has 12 rooms, and restaurant.

Jaswant Bhawan, Bikaner
Karni Bhawan

Karni Bhawan, Bikaner

The Karni Bhawan Palace was built by Dr. Karni Singh, the last Maharaja of Bikaner, and an Olympic shooter in 1940. This art-deco palace was built by him as a royal residence and surrounded with trees. This palace was later converted into a heritage hotel. The original character of this hotel has been preserved and retained for modern day guests. There are about 12 luxuriously furnished air-conditioned rooms and art deco suites and restaurant in the Hotel Karni Bhawan Palace.

Lallgarh Palace

The Lallgarh Palace is the most perfect example of a Rajput palace and was built at the turn of the century. This sprawling red sand-stone residence has separate wings, one of which is occupied by members of the royal family while another wing forms a museum. The pierced screens shades large windows from the harsh sun of the desert, while the extensive corridors lined with photographs connect the rooms and suites where the princes were once trained in the art of kingship. There are formal lounges, and meals are served in a dining hall that reminds of the banquets once hosted here.

Lallgarh Palace, Bikaner
Heritage Hotels in Bijaipur

Castle Bijaipur, Bijaipur

Castle Bijaipur
Castle Bijaipur was built in the 16th century, and its architecture reminds one of the great palaces of Chittorgarh. This palace is located in Bijaipur, a Sisodia principality, about 40 km from Chittorgarh. Castle Bijaipur was built in early 16th century AD by Rao Vijay Singhji, descendent of great Rajput warrior Shakti Singh, the younger brother of Maharana Pratap. Rao Saheb Narendra Singhji renovated and converted the castle into one of the finest heritage hotel. The paintings of the various rulers can be seen in this heritage hotel.

Heritage Hotels in Bundi

Haveli Braj Bhushanji
The Haveli Braj Bhushanjee was built in Bundi to overlook the City Palace in the typical Rajasthani architecture. The haveli was built about hundred and fifty years ago by
a family that gave the state four rulers. The terrace of this haveli offers magnificent view of the city palace, fort and city. Within the four-storeyed haveli, there are large and airy spacious rooms, open spaces and large courtyards. Only vegetarian cuisine is served in this 15-room heritage property.

Haveli Braj Bhushanji, Bundi

Ishwari Niwas Palace

The Ishwari Niwas Palace was built in the Indo-Saracenic architecture in the 1920. This royal mansion was with the members of the royal family except for the period when it was a royal guest house. This palace has now been converted into a heritage hotel with comfortably furnished rooms.

Heritage Hotels in Danta

Dera Danta Quila
Dera Danta Quila is located in the Danta, a small village about 108 km from Jaipur. Danta was gifted to the Thakur Amar Singh by the Maharaja of Jodhpur in 1702 and was a royal residence and it also houses the army and stable. This palace is located between the two forts and is a heritage hotel. This palace has a blend of Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture and has open terraces, pavilions, and different wings set off by small staircases so that the whole palace looks like a maze. The Dera Danta Quila has 12 rooms, and a restaurant that serves the cuisine of the region.

Heritage Hotels in Daspan

Castle Durjan Niwas
The Durjan Niwas Castle was a Champawat castle built in the Indo-European style of architecture in the 19th century in Daspan. Daspan is a feudal outpost that is truly off the beaten track, but was once an important outpost with temples and other historic buildings in its vicinity. The Durjan Niwas Castle has separate wings for men and women, and some additions were also made to its architecture. This rambling structure has 10 rooms and a suite and serves the local cuisine in its dining hall.

Castle Durjan niwas, Daspan
Heritage Hotels in Deogarh

Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh

Deogarh Mahal
The Deogarh Mahal was built in 1670 on the architectural plans of the Sompura architects in Deogarh. Deogarh was the seat of the Chundawat clan of Sisodia Rajputs and the seat of the Deogarh school of paintings. A part of the Deogarh Mahal is kept as the royal residence, while some part of it has been converted into a hotel. The Hotel Deogarh Mahal has about two hundred rooms at five different levels and the overall symmetry remains undisturbed inspite of various balconies, windows, pillars and staircases. Only a few rooms are open to guests, and regional cuisine is served is the opulent dining hall.

Heritage Hotels in Dhamli

Fort Dhamli
The Fort Dhamli is an ideally suited heritage hotel in Dhamli. This fortified complex is built in the Indo-Rajput style, and its surrounding, green countryside provide a heaven for birds, while peacocks can be seen sauntering through the garden. Its 30 rooms are housed in the charming building which also has a Rajasthani Restaurant, bar, and swimming pool.

Heritage Hotels in Dhariyavad

Dhariyavad Castle
Dhariyavad Castle was established in the 16th century in Dhariyavad. Dhariyavad is a picturesque settlement where the rivers Jakham and Karmoi meet and was home to Sahasmal, the son of legendary hero Maharana Pratap. This castle is a prefect blend of European and Rajput architecture.

Heritage Hotels in Dugaur

Dugaur Garh
Dugarur Garh was built in the Rajput style in 1750 in Dugaur. Dugaur is a small village, located close to Merta, Nagaur, and Makrana, and is known for the famous Karni Mata temple around which there is a thick cover of vegetation. The Dugaur Garh has an imposing gateway, and large, airy rooms and frescos that are still intact. About five rooms are open to visitors in this hotel.

Heritage Hotels in Dundlod

Dera Dundlod Quila
Dera Dundlod Quila was built by Kesari Singh in 1750 in Dundlod. Dundlod is one of the principal feudal principalities of Shekhawati. The havelis of this small, charming town are beautifully painted and some of them are about two hundred years old. The impressive gateway in the fort leads to a Diwan Khana where the Mughal architecture has French Louis XIV furniture. The family memorabilia is also on display, and the terrace offers a view of the town. There are 25 rooms, a dining hall, and bar in the hotel. This bar has saddles as bar stools, polo sticks, trophies and a selection of photographs related to this king of games.

Dundlod Castle

Dundlod Castle is a part of the impressive fort built by Kesari Singh. Its original character has been kept intact and it has 24 rooms furnished in period style, each with a balcony, and laid around courtyards. There is also a well stocked library on the premises, as well as a restaurant.

Heritage Hotels in Dungarpur

Udai Bilas Palace
The Udai Bilas Palace, a heritage hotel was built in Dungarpur and overlooks the Gaibsagar lake. The palace was built in the mid-19th century, and was renovated and enlarged in 1940, and fitted with glittering chandeliers, and art-deco furniture. The dining hall is lined with hunting trophies. It is a very large palace and offers accommodation in 5 grand suites and 22 well appointed rooms to the tourists. This heritage hotel offers a scenic location for rest and recreation, where one can explore birdlife and tribal life and experience a splendidly romantic honeymoon.

Udai Bilas Palace, Dungarpur
Heritage Hotels in Gajner

Gajner Palace, Gajner

Gajner Palace
The Gajner Palace was built in the 18th century, when Maharaja Gaj Singh married a Jaisalmer princess, and she requested him to built her a pleasure garden, which he later built with a tank. Later, several additions were made by the successive rulers of Bikaner to this garden, till Maharaja Sardar Singh extended it into a hunting lodge with an even larger tank. The Maharaja Ganga Singh later used the lodge for diplomatic gains, and as a hunting preserve where they perfected the art of hunting. It was during his rule too that the new Gajner Palace was designed by Sir Swinton Jacob, with twin dressing rooms per room. While the annexe to the main palace was opened as a hotel in 1976, the palace too is a hotel now with 25 rooms and a restaurant in the premises.

Heritage Hotels in Ghanerao

Royal Castle
The Royal castle in Ghanerao is built with red sandstone and contain some airy pavilions overlooking its central courtyard. Ghanerao was the seat of Mertia Rajputs and has various temples, step wells and arched gateways. The Royal castle was built in the 17th century and also has the pock marks typical of cannon fire which it carries from its past. There are 20 rooms in the castle and traditional Rajasthani meals are served in its dining hall.

Heritage Hotels in Govindgarh

Govindgarh Fort
Govindgarh was built in the 17th century on the confluence of two rivers after appeasing that saint who lived here. The Govindgarh fort was built after various wars as the house of the nobles and has an Indo-Saracenic flavour. This fort has been recently renovated into a hotel and has a restaurant where the typical Rajasthani cuisine is served in a homely atmosphere.

Heritage Hotels in Jaipur

Achrol Lodge
Achrol Lodge is a palatial mansion that is set in a large garden in Jaipur. This lodge is retained with the old style and none of the furniture and pictures are removed from its premises. This lodge has 7 guest rooms. Its lawns are ideal for parking caravans, or pitching tents.

Alsisar Haveli

The Alsisar Haveli was built in 1892 and has been recently completely renovated and converted into a heritage hotel and give the guests a feeling of the British Raj. This hotel is located in the heart of the Pink city, Jaipur. The haveli has a blend of Rajput and colonial architecture, with fluted pillars, elegant arches, stained glass windows, and open courtyards. The furnishings and lighting are all period, and it is fully air-conditioned. It brings back to life the grandeur of the old days and offers a memorable regal Rajasthani experience to the guests.

Hotel Alsisar Haveli, Jaipur
Bissau Palace

Hotel Bissau Palace, Jaipur

Bissau Palace was built by the Rawals of Bissau as a handsome town house. This hotel is nestled amidst the orange, lemon and goose berry plantations and surrounded by the Aravalli hills on all sides and offers the most exotic fragrance of rustic Rajasthan. This palace still retains its collection of armoury, portraits, library and furniture, and is reached from the hustle and bustle of the old city. This hotel has 36 rooms, restaurant and a charming lounge.

Jai Mahal Palace

Hotel Jai Mahal Palace is a luxury hotel, that combines an 18th century Nathani town house and recent constructions have been made in this hotel, which is so skillfully done, that it is difficult to tell the two apart. The original part has the public areas and restaurants, while a new wing had added the guest rooms required to run it as a hotel. Hotel Jai Mahal Palace is managed by the Taj Group of Hotels and overlook a garden that has been specially created to replicate the first Mughal garden in India, laid by Emperor Babur at Dholpur. The hotel has 105 rooms, 5 suites and solar heated swimming pool, beauty parlour, bar, lounge and multi-cuisine restaurant, with glittering chandeliers.

Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur
Khasa Kothi

Hotel Khasa Kothi, Jaipur

The Khasa Kothi was the guest house that Maharaja Man Singh built about two hundred years ago and which has served as the state hotel after independence. This imposing Indo-colonial building, has a garden full of trees and located close to the old city of Jaipur. The Hotel Khasa Kothi is heritage hotel that offers an excellent accommodation, comfort and friendly service for making the stay a memorable experience. This hotel is an ideal destination for a relaxing holiday, fun filled adventure or traveling on business. This hotel has 36 rooms, bar, multi-cuisine restaurant, conference hall, and a swimming pool.

Mandawa House

The Mandawa house was a home of the Mandawa family of Shekhawati in Jaipur. This house has been fully renovated and converted into a hotel with a charming Rajput atmosphere. The Hotel Mandawa house has 19 rooms and suites, and serves meals on request.

Nahargarh Fort

The Nahargarh fort is the most exclusive heritage hotel in Jaipur, with only one room, and a popular restaurant. The Nahargarh fort was built by Jai Singh at the same time when he built the city of Jaipur. Subsequently, Ram Singh and Madho Singh added to it, and it became one of the favourite retreats of the royal women.

Narain Niwas Palace

Narain Niwas Palace was constructed in 1928 by General Amar Singh of Kanota. This palace was initially a garden retreat, and later expanded into a complete house. Its deep verandahs overlook the garden that was laid by the first Indian commissioner of the British army. The royal portrait, opulent chandeliers, painted walls, religious images, ornate fireplaces, and hybrid colonial furniture are all there in this hotel. The Hotel Narain Niwas Palace is run by the family, and has 28 rooms and a multi-cuisine restaurant.

Rambagh Palace

Hotel Rambagh Palace is one of the country’s finest, and oldest palace hotels. It was the home of the Man Singh and Gayatri Devi before it was converted into a hotel. This hotel was initially a garden house that belong to a royal maid, and later taken over by the state as a hunting lodge. Rambagh Palace was converted into a magnificent palace by the British architect, Sir Swinton Jacob, who designed various palaces in Rajasthan. Several additions were carried out in this hotel and on the occasion of the marriage of Man Singh to Gayatri Devi, the designers were

Hotel Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

called from London to renovate the palace as their chosen home. Since then, Hotel Rambagh Palace has played as a host to various famous personalities of India and around the world. Today, the suites retain their grandeur, the fountain plays in the Polo Bar and the formal restaurant has a painted ceiling that reminds of Versailles and the rooms retain the original furniture, and various gardens and courtyards are well maintained by the Taj Group of Hotels. The palace has about 106 guest rooms and 4 suites, coffee shop, and a shopping arcade.

Rajmahal Palace

Hotel Rajmahal Palace, Jaipur

The Hotel Rajmahal Palace was built in 1729 by the founder of the city for his favourite maharani. However, it was later used as the British resident’s home, and finally as the royal guest house where visitors from Queen Elizabeth to John Kennedy stayed. Extensive garden, period furniture, and a swimming pool added to its ambience. There are 11 rooms, formal lounge, bar, and restaurant in the hotel.

Royal Castle Kanota

The Hotel Royal Castle Kanota is located just outside Jaipur on the Agra highway. This 18th
century fortified residence has battlements, stables and a unique library with a collection of extremely
rare books. There are about 12 rooms that are appointed with the original furnishings, and the family
stays in a separate wing of the castle.

Samode Haveli

The Samode Haveli was the townhouse of the Nathanis of Samode. The haveli was built about two hundred years ago, and several additions were made to it as per the requirements. This haveli is also known for the frescos in the multi-cuisine restaurant, or in other public areas, and in some of the rooms that are resplendently painted. The haveli has 18 rooms, and is located in the heart of the old city of Jaipur.

Heritage Hotels in Jaisalmer

Mandir Palace
Mandir Palace, the royal palace was built in 1825 in Jaisalmer, and later several additions were made to it. This palace was constructed of yellow sandstone, and has an imposing entrance, a fully carved Durbar Hall with coloured tiles, and Badal Mahal, the terrace. From here, one can view the the sunset and the city of Jaisalmer. There are 10 rooms in the hotel.

Heritage Hotels in Jodhpur

Ajit Bhawan
Hotel Ajit Bhawan was built of sandstone as the residence of the younger brother of the Maharaja of Jodhpur in the 1940. This hotel is one of the most charming and personalized properties of Rajasthan and known for the atmosphere in which the dinner is held in an open courtyard. Hotel Ajit Bhawan is set amidst the serene and vast desert of Jodhpur. Hotel Ajit Bhawan has 51 rooms in the main building, and cottages especially created in the gardens. Each cottage is named after the Indian zodiac, and furnished in ethnic style. There is also a swimming pool in the premises.

Hotel Ajit Bhawan, Jodhpur
Karni Bhawan

Karni Bhawan, Jodhpur

Hotel Karni Bhawan is a modern palace built by the Jagirdars of Soda in the 1940. This hotel has a swimming pool, health spa and sprawling lawns. This hotel is known for its Rajasthani cuisine and has 32 air-conditioned rooms and suites that possess ethnic designs of Rajasthani festivity themes. The meals are served in Dhani, a group of huts, and can also be had on the terrace which offers an uninterrupted view of Mehrangarh fort and Umaid Bhawan Palace.

Umaid Bhawan Palace

Umaid Bhawan Palace is the largest private residence in the world and the finest example of art-deco. It is the only palace in India where the paintings from the Ramayana were painted by a Polish artist. This palace was the first palace that have an airconditioning, electricity and elevators, and the most impressive for its size and dimensions. H.V. Lancaster, the architect who planned it, wanted it to rival the Viceregal Lodge or Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi. The Umaid Bhawan Palace is perfectly symmetrical, and its 347 rooms offer few concessions to

Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur

Rajput architecture besides the corridors and balconies of the royal women, and the courtyards around which the several wings of the palace are arranged. This palace was built at the height of the art-deco period and there are several embellishments on the outer walls like the eagle, carved from sandstone. All original fittings have been retained. While many of its accoutrements are in use, others have been placed in a museum within the premises. In this palace, you can find the fine china used by the royal family and the clocks and telephones that were once used in the different rooms.

Jhalamand Garh

Jhalamand Garh, the 18th century fort has a quiet and soothing ambience. This fort provides a glimpse of the way a Rajput family lives in the rural countryside. From the Dari Khana terrace, one can have a breathtaking view of Jodhpur town. The fort has 18 rooms, and provides Rajasthani and continental cuisine on request.

Heritage Hotels in Junia

Amar Bagh
Amar Bagh, the hundred year old lakeside resort of the Junia thakurs is set in pleasant gardens in Junia. This resort has 6 suites, 6 rooms, and 3 cottages. The dinning room serves Indian and Rajasthani cuisine.

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