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Heritage Hotels of Rajasthan

 

Heritage Hotels, RajasthanThe heritage hotels of Rajasthan are forts and palaces that have been renovated to include the modern fittings and fixtures for the luxury traveler. These heritage hotels have been instrumental in putting Rajasthan firmly on the world travel map. With spectacular locations, long history, an air of romance about them, furniture and furnishings from the best sources from around the globe, world spas and all sorts of gourmet food imaginable, all heritage hotels are unique.

Ranging from the all-suite hotel at Devigarh to the stunning Lake Palace in Udaipur, from the tiny to the gigantic, from hilltop to lakes, the heritage hotels defy imagination as far as luxury, location and beauty of locales are concerned. For the best way to experience royal Rajasthan and feel like a Maharajah, a stay at a heritage hotel is an absolute must. There is possibly no facility or service that is not found in heritage hotels; they take personalised service to a new level. These heritage hotels can even organise a royal wedding for you if you like!

Karni Fort, Bambora: This fort on top of a hill was the location of many a legendary fight. Now in its avatar as heritage hotel, it has 300 air-conditioned rooms as well as a unique swimming pool. The restaurant serves Indian, Continental, and Regional cuisines. The hotel also has a bar.

Kotri Raola: This hotel is situated in a small village by the name of Kotri in Pali district of Rajasthan. This is a two hundred years old castle atop a hillock among the Aravalli Hills. Sightseeing includes a seventh century archaeological site close by. With excellent facilities for Horse Riding and Jeep Safari in the countryside as well as bird watching, this cosy property with its nine non A/C rooms is extremely popular. It has a restaurant serving typical Rajasthani food besides other Indian dishes.

The Hill Fort, Kesroli: An excellent place to stay if visiting the nearby Alwar and Sariska. It has all modern facilities besides Jeep Safari and bird watching. The Hill Fort has a multi-cuisine restaurant serving Indian, Continental, and Regional dishes.

Jagram Durg, Nimaj: Jagram Durg is in the Nimaj village of Pali District. It is a small Fort that has been converted into a hotel with fourteen non A/C rooms. It has facilities available for enjoying Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, and bird watching.

Karni Kot, Sodawas: Situated in the Marwar region of Rajasthan, the village of Sodawas was given as a Jagir to Thakur Bishen Sighji by the former king of Jodhpur Umaid Singh in 1943. Karni Kot has an excellent horse stable and Horse safaris are organized for guests. It has ten beautiful rooms and five luxury tent-houses. The village is on the road connecting Jodhpur to Udaipur. The hotel serves Indian, Continental, and Marwari food.

Bijay Niwas Palace, Bijaynagar: Built by Rao Bijay Singhji, the erstwhile ruler of Masuda, this is a small palace hotel in the midst of a magnificent fifty acre orchard. Bijay Niwas Palace has just eight rooms done up beautifully to suit royalty. It has facilities for swimming, tennis, horse riding, jeep safari, and bird watching and serves several cuisines.

Fort Chanwa, Luni: This is a heritage hotel in the Luni village of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Its speciality is that it is made entirely of the famed red sandstone of Jodhpur and has exquisite carvings typical of this region. Carefully restored, it maintains its royal heritage while combining it with modern comforts. Fort Chanwa has a beautifully designed swimming pool and also organises horse, jeep, and camel safaris on request. Its restaurant serves Indian, Continental, Regional, and Chinese food. Fort Chanwa is an excellent destination for a relaxing holiday.

Golden Castle Resort, Pachar: Gifted by the Maharaja of Jaipur to Thakur Guman Singh for protecting the state from the onslaught of Raja of Bharatpur, the village of Pachar is home to the Golden Castle. This fort was built in the 18th century and expanded by the heirs. With the appearance of a country mansion, it has spacious lawns and an inviting swimming pool. Bird watching, boating, and angling as well as jeep or camel safari on the sand dunes nearby will keep you busy. The hotel has nine suites, five double rooms, and two single rooms. Indian and regional cuisines are served here.

Castle Durjan Niwas, Daspan: Located in the Daspan village of Jalore district, Castle Durjan Niwas is a small yet beautiful fortress palace. It was built in the early 19th century by the Champawat clan of Marwar, in Indo - European style of architecture with separate sections for ladies and men. There are several historical places in the vicinity that make for excellent short excursions. Camel, jeep, and horse safaris are also available. This hotel also has an excellent restaurant serving diverse cuisines.

Royal Rajwada, Bhadrajun: A small palace located in Bhadrajun village in Jalore district, this palace is from the sixteenth century. Several upgrades have been carried out while keeping the beauty of the original structure intact. Twelve rooms fitted with modern amenities and a restaurant serving authentic regional food make for a comfortable stay. Swimming pool, horse riding, jeep safari, and camel safari add to the memories of your holiday here.

Hotel Pachewar Garh, Pachewar: Malpura village on the Jaipur - Ajmer road, Pachewar Garh is home to this small heritage hotel built in the Indo - European style. It is an excellent place to enjoy a stay at while travelling to Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. Pachwar Garh has ten rooms with modern facilities. It has an old world charm about ithe Jeep safari and bird watching are highly recommended.

The Sawai Madhopur Lodge, Sawai Madhopur: An original hunting lodge of the former kings of Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur is located just twenty minutes away from the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. It has seventy-four rooms that include twenty-nine A/C rooms and two suites. Six luxurious tents are put up from October to March. Surrounded by twelve acres of lush green gardens, travel services, restaurant, a bar and open - air bonfire dining, this hotel is absolutely delightful.

Hotel Bhadrawati Palace, Bhandarej: More than 900 years old, Bhadrawati Palace has been restored completely to its past glory. As a hotel, it has 35 A/C rooms. The hotel also has a pool and facilities to organise conferences and large lunches for upto 400 people. The Sheeshmahal here is a true Rajput style heritage building that has been converted into a restaurant. Traditional music and dance performances by local artists entertain the guests.

Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh: This is an imposing palace built in the seventeenth century, and stands over a hill. The landscape around the palace includes lakes, battlements, domes, turrets, lattice balconies, and huge gateways. Due to its ambience and location, Deogarh Mahal is much cooler than its surroundins. Deogarh is close to Udaipur and is also famous for its unique miniature painting style. It has ten rooms furnished luxuriously. Swimming, horse riding, jeep safari, and bird watching are easily available. It has a restaurant serving various cuisines.

Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat, Ranakpur: This is a charming orchard retreat, located in Ranakpur, a famous Jain pilgrimage site. It is easily accessible from all major towns of Rajasthan viz. Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Mount Abu. The Maharani of Jodhpur had the orchards grown in the nineteenth century. Ranakpur is one of the five holiest places of the Jain community; its temples have exceptional beauty and the town itself is very serene. The hotel has 18 A/C rooms and all modern facilities. Sports like swimming, tennis and badminton are available besides a jogging track and conferencing facility. The restaurant here serves Rajasthani, Indian, and Continental cuisine.

Rambagh Palace, Jaipur: The Rambagh Palace, Jaipur, is the former residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur and is spread over 47 acres of gardens. Being centrally located, it is easy to visit the city’s sights and its shopping centres. Rambagh Palace is a huge property with 106 regal rooms and suites. The restaurant here is called Suvarna Mahal and the coffee shop is called Neel Mahal. It has a bar as well named after the royal sport of Polo.

Rawla Narlai, Jodhpur: Located in between Jodhpur and Udaipur, Rawla Narlai Hotel is counted to be among the best Heritage Hotels of Rajasthan. Located in the peaceful hamlet of Narlai in Pali, Rajasthan, Rawla Narlai lies in a valley of the Aravali Hills. It has 25 luxury rooms and an excellent restaurant serving Indian and Rajasthani cuisines.

Sardar Samand Hotel, Jodhpur: Sardar Samand Hotel is located at about an hour’s journey from Jodhpur. Situated on the banks of the beautiful Sardar Samand Lake, this heritage hotel has 19 rooms, with all modern facilities and a restaurant serving Indian, Continental and Rajasthani cuisines.

Sodawas Kot in Sodawas: Ten luxurious rooms and a restaurant that serves Continental, Indian and Rajasthani cuisines make for a comfortable stay at Sodwas Kot. Folk dance performances also make your holiday at Sodawas Kot in Sodawas entertaining.

Udaibilas Palace, Dungarpur: Situated on the banks of Gayb Sagar Lake and built by Maharawal Udai Singhji II, Udaibilas Palace Dungarpur is a charming property with twenty regally furnished rooms. The restaurant here serves Indian as well as international meals.

Deogarh Mahal, Rajasamand: The 300-year-old palace has 32 rooms well equipped with modern facilities. Authentic Rajasthani as well as Indian and international meals at the restaurant at Deogarh Mahal in Rajasamand, Rajasthan make for a delightful stay.

Neemrana Fort Palace, Neemrana: Located at Neemrana in Rajasthan, it has 40 luxurious rooms. Overlooking a valley, this is a charming property. This luxury hotel also has facilities for Yoga, Treasure Hunt and Swimming Pool. The restaurant at Neemrana Fort hotel serves Indian and international delicacies.

Sariska Palace, Sariska: The beautiful Sariska Palace in Rajasthan has forty-nine rooms. The rooms are done luxuriously making them fit for a royal stay. Safari in the Sariska National Park while you stay at Sariska Palace in comfort and style.

Bhanwar Vilas Palace, Karauli: Built by Maharaja Ganesh Pal Deo Bahadur in 1938, Bhanwar Vilas Palace is located at Karauli House Tank. With forty-three luxurious rooms and a restaurant, this is a charming getaway.

Narain Niwas Palace, Jaisalmer: Narain Niwas Palace at Jaisalmer has 43 luxurious rooms and three restaurants, namely, Gokhra Restaurant, The Bawri and The Pagra Bar.

 

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