Named after Maharana Fateh Singh of Mewar, this imperial hotel is famous for offering conventional Marwadi companionship clubbed with phenomenal services. The hotel has 14 dovecote premier suites, 21 dovecote rooms and other luxury suites, each one offering matchless comfort. You can revel into the mouthwatering cuisines at the Sunset View Terrace.
Remember the beautiful palace from the Bollywood flick Bhool Bhulaiya? Chomu Palace near Jaipur will leave you spellbound with its stunning influences of the styles and tradition of the reigning magnificence of over 100 years symbolize a spectacular blend of European, Mughal and Rajput lifestyle. A visit to this palace-turned-hotel is nothing less than resplendent and royal.
Situated on the banks of Lake Gajner, the alluring Gajner Palace Heritage Hotel is located on the outskirts of the city of Bikaner. The palace was built over a 6000 acres of land as the summer palace of Maharaja Ganga Singhji and was later utilized as a guest residence for the British. The palace has been built with red sandstone that gives it a majestic glory. Each of the 45 rooms are equipped with marvelous decor and sophisticated amenities. A good news for all the foodies! You can taste the mouth-watering Mughlai, continental and Indian cuisine at the famous Mirage Restaurant. Not only this, if you are a liquor lover, the desert theme based Mrigtrishna Bar will spoil you with the most exotic cocktails.
Being India’s first heritage hotel, this palace is an exemplar of the elegance of days gone by. Beautifully decorated with unique hues, sparkling in the luster of a royal legacy, every suite at Ajit Bahwan offers an absolutely polished spirit of luxury that you expect from a heritage hotel.
Inaugurated in 1928, Narain Niwas amalgamates traditional style with contemporary grace with utmost royalty. Each of the 37 air-conditioned rooms is furnished with world-class facilities that will not leave a chance to spoil you with luxury. Don’t miss the luscious Thikana feast which is among the main specialities of the culinary experts at the palace kitchen.
Most commonly known as the land of kings, Rajasthan is exemplar of heroism and romance. The rich culture, alluring heritage, sun kissed sand dunes and luxuriously royal castles-turned-hotels characterize the vibrant nature of this state. So, if you have extra penny for a lavish stay, do visit these magnificent manmade wonders.