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Once known as the residence of Maharajas (kings), the Karma Haveli today beckons visitors with its historic charm. The stunning architecture of Karma Haveli is a product of the vision of designers from lengths and breadths of India. 20 rooms are available for guests, and all of them exude local charm. Right from the carpets on the floors to the motifs on the walls, every aspect of the room embraces the quintessential character of Rajasthan. Modern amenities like television and paid WiFi are also available to keep guests connected to the outside world. When you stay like a royalty, you also eat like one at the Karma Haveli, and the Karma Kasuri Restaurant delivers on this promise. The historic house also has a rooftop allowing you to gaze into the Pink City's starlit sky.
Saba Haveli calls itself a "Heritage Hotel" due to its royal palace like structure and history. It was the former home of the famous Saba family. Most of the original decor has been retained and each room is distinctly designed. The decor of the room is reminiscent of traditional architecture with high ceilings and white-washed walls. The hotel's in-house restaurant serves a variety of mouth-watering delicacies. To know more, do call ahead.
Located in the heart of the beautiful Pink City, The Raj Palace stands tall as a symbol of Rajasthan's rich history. Nearly three centuries old, the palace has been a home to several descendants and has been named after Raj Singhji, one of the heirs. It has won many awards and accolades for its exquisite hospitality and boasts of being the world's leading heritage hotel. Being a former palace, you will be awestruck by the extravagant decor and the splendor in which the hotel is embedded. It has a chandelier that is one of the biggest in the country and an antique crockery museum that has a collection as old as 200 years. You can also enjoy the special camel and elephant safaris that they offer to visit the Amber Fort in the vicinity. Thus your stay and experience here will make that trip extra special. Visit website for reservations.
Located away from the bustling city center, the unimagined beauty of the Bissau Palace is beheld only by eyes of travelers who choose this place over others for a luxurious retreat. Walking through the hotel confines is like traveling back in time on a royal odyssey. Although this 200 year old palace was built in the 18th Century, it was the dynamic Thakur Rawal Raghubir Singhji who transformed the palace in the 1920s. The ruler's artistic sensibilities are well-reflected in the grand lounge and library of the hotel, with walls creatively depicting his illustrious lineage, along with traditional artifacts, portraits and armory possessed by the royal family. The ancient photographs placed in this space are a reminder of the rich heritage of the palace. However, the truly magnificent experience lies in soaking in the sheer comfort of one of their 51 rooms, each meticulously maintained with antique furniture marked by traditional frescoes and local art. Their restaurants Bhuwaneshwari and Sheesh Mahal exude the same palatial grandeur, serving equally lavish Indian and Continental specialties in their intricately designed arty decor. After soaking in this richness, enjoy a camel safari arranged by the hotel, which tours Jaipur and the quaint villages surrounding the city. A perfect end to this exquisite indulgence is to plunge into the refreshing pool or enjoy panoramic views of the city on their rooftop Chandini restaurant.
In 1896, a spacious retreat with blossoming greenery and expansive terraces was built by the 15th ruler of Mandawa, Thakur Bhagwat Singhji. This haveli was home to Late Thakur Devi Singhji and his wife Sajjan Kumari, who were known for their exceptional and uncompromising hospitality. Now converted into a heritage hotel, this place continues to keep this tradition alive. The impeccably maintained edifice depicts the popular Jaipuri architecture, fringed by manicured lawns and a crystal blue swimming pool. The 66 rooms, decorated with antique furniture and photographs of the royal family, allow guests to relive history as they enjoy the modern comforts. This hotel offers conference facilities to plan official meetings and corporate events. Diners can indulge in Rajasthani specialties and other culinary delights served at their restaurant. Evenings are vibrant with the lively puppet shows and folk dance performances hosted at the haveli. The idea of sitting on the Haveli's terrace, savoring the splendid views of Nahargarh Fort is a romantic one, to say the least; and the hotel can arrange that for you too!
A home away from home would be an ideal way to describe your stay at Hotel Arya Niwas, a refurbished family run haveli. Although the haveli is around 150 years old, the hotel has been functional for a little over two decades and has retained the vintage feel of the original house. Each of the 92 rooms has been moderately decorated and give ample room space and basic amenities to guests. Unlike other hotels where rooms face each other, the rooms here, open up to spacious courtyards, thus allowing for a feeling of liberating space. This two-star hotel has a Dining Hall serving an eclectic fare to please any famished diner, while the comfortable seating at their lounge allows you to sit back and read your favorite book from their well-stocked library. With their on-site souvenir and handicraft shop, this hotel certainly looks after all its guests' needs under one roof.
A 1956 residence of Thakur Rao Dhir Singh, Shahpura House is a living expression of the regal life of the Shekhawats. A rare amalgamation of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture and art is clearly reflected in this heritage hotel marked by painstakingly designed frescoes, marble beams and wall art. Each room possesses a distinct character with varying color combinations, traditional furniture and Aaraish (textured wall art). Here, guests enjoy luxurious amenities in the comfort of their rooms which open to a Darbar Hall; a common space decorated with opulent chandeliers and mirrored ceilings. The Rangmahal Restaurant, the refreshing pool and the poolside café are some of the serene places where one can relax with that someone special. Enjoy live music each night at their rooftop restaurant, and be assured that this vacation will not be forgotten in a long time again!
Located along one of the inconspicuous lanes of Bani Park, Umaid Mahal is still a fine choice for a budget stay despite its rather obscure location. With all of its ornate frescoes and traditional interior decor within the rooms, it's no exaggeration to say that Umaid Mahal has an ambiance fit for a miniature palace of sorts. A pool set against a scenic fort-like backdrop, and a majestic gold painted restaurant, Tehkhana, are an extension to the palatial theme of this hotel. Offering its guests a Wi-Fi facility, Umaid Mahal strikes a perfect balance between traditional beauty and modern comforts. All this at a price so low, it's no surprise that the rooms are perennially full, peak season or not!
Every palace of Jaipur appears diminutive before The Rambagh Palace. A part of this glorious city, yet possessing a distinctive and unassuming character of its own, this palace is rightly called the ‘Jewel of Jaipur’. Take a deep breath before you surpass the demarcated boundary that separates the bustling city and this wonderland. Because the acres of lush landscape and the awe-inspiring architecture is sure to leave you breathless! Since 1835, this palace served various purposes according to changing times; from being a guesthouse, a royal home for Sawai Mansingh II, to the present heritage hotel managed by the Taj Group. The heritage hotel has 79 rooms, offering guests splendid views and plush amenities. Thirty-three grand and presidential suites boast of ethnic frescoes depicting the Rasleela scene, paying an ode to the ancient epics and Rajput Maharajahs. The culinary excellence of the Taj group shines through at their restaurants, the Rajput Room, Suvarna Mahal and Verandah. Defining the bar scene, are the theme-based Polo Bar and the Steam lounge bar which features a steam engine sporting an impressive selection of spirits. Business and leisure needs are well looked after too with state-of-the-art meeting facilities, a swimming pool, health club, spa and an expansive 9-hole golf course, which is evidence of Maharajah Sawai Mansingh II’s love for this sport. To sum it up, a stay here promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime affair that simply cannot be missed.
The uniqueness of the Lohagarh Fort Resort has won the hearts of several guests and has also earned the hotel a number of accolades. Set away from the hustle of city life, this resort brings you close to nature, wellness and pure relaxation. The property is surrounded by lush, green landscapes, mountains and abundant verdant backdrops. As per your choice, you can select between a stay amongst the trees at the resort's Treehouse, imbibe peace into your being inside the White Quatz Cottage or pamper yourself in the Luxury Tent. All of these options offer breathtaking views of the surrounding wilderness in addition to quintessential features. Ayurvedic Spa, Naturopathy and yoga are offered at the on-site spa, here you can let go of all your worries and simply soak in the healing benefits of the treatments.