Everyone has a dream to experience the royal hospitality, amazing luxury and lovely treatments at least once in a lifetime, as Kings and Queens enjoys. In order to make this dream come true, neither you need to take second birth nor need to attack an empire of King. You just need to visit the Heritage Hotels of Rajasthan. There are a number of hotels located in the largest state of India i.e. Rajasthan and it welcomes the tourists in its heritage hotels. During the vacation of Royal Rajasthan Tour, you can experience the regal splendour, world-class facilities, stunning structure, splendid meals, enchanting interiors, etc. Travellers will also experience the impeccable hospitality of wearing turban. Without staying at heritage hotels, your luxury Rajasthan tour will be incomplete. So you must short list the heritage hotels that you would love to explore and stay. You can experience the royal lifestyle of kings and queens in the below mentioned Heritage Hotels in Rajasthan.
Narain Niwas Palace Hotel
The blend of traditional sensibilities and modern facilities makes Narain Niwas Palace an impressive Heritage Hotel of Rajasthan. This Narain Niwas Palace Hotel has approx. 37 air-conditioned guest rooms which is well facilitated with all sorts of facilities, be it the art, décor, furniture or majestic beauty, the palace is extremely beautiful and tourists will be treated as their royal guests. Hence you will surely get the feel of royal and luxurious lifestyle. Apart from the stay, the delicious dishes right from the royal kitchen will be served to you, which is again a wonderful experience to the travellers. The luxurious décor and all sorts of facilities are being managed by the Kanota family, who has close terms with Maharaja Sawai Man Singh. It is certainly a wonderful experience for the travellers.
Fateh Prakash Palace Hotel
Located on the shores of Lake Pichola, Fateh Prakash Palace Hotel was counted as the best heritage hotel by the department of tourism, Government of India in 2001-2002. This hotel was named after the ruler Maharana Fateh Singh, who played an important role in Mewar dynasty. This hotel is a mix of Marwari hospitality and amazing contemporary facilities. The hotel has 21 dovecote room whereas 14 dovecote premier suites. At this hotel, you will be served with multi-cuisine dishes and a buffet dinner at the gallery restaurant of the hotel to provide a majestic experience of sunset view. You will again get a royal treatment in this hotel right from your welcome till your departure.
Jai Mahal Palace
Located on Jacob Road in Civil Lines and Spread in 18 acres, Jai Mahal Palace has a lush garden. The palace has 100 well-furnished and spacious rooms that include 6 suites. This hotel is widely popular for its Indo-Saracenic style of architecture and miniature paintings. The palace comprises of modern facilities which include tea/coffee maker, 24X7 room service, dry cleaning facilities, attached bathrooms, mini bar and many more. The Cinnamon restaurant of the palace provides Indian, at Marble Arch you will relish-cuisine food, at Giardino relish Italian dishes. Apart from the delicious cuisines, you will also enjoy the finest wines at the Terrace, Pool lounge and Marigold bar. It is a must visit heritage hotel and travellers must enjoy the stay on their Rajasthan trip.
Jagat Niwas Palace
Built in 17th century, Jagat Niwas Palace is the most famed Heritage Hotel of the country. This palace has a traditional Mewar architecture offers impeccable hospitality services to the guest along with contemporary facilities. Amazingly renovated and designed this luxury hotel has approx. 29 well-furnished guest rooms. The decor and antique furniture of the rooms makes guest feel amazed. The rooms of the palace are divided into 5 categories and they are beautifully placed around the central courtyard. The Palace offer different kinds of cuisines including Indian, Continental and Chinese.
Gajner Palace Heritage Hotel
Located 30 minutes away from Bikaner is a Gajner Palace hotel which is spread in approx. 6000 acres. It is situated on the banks of Lake Gajner. Built in red sandstone, the summer palace of Sir Ganga Singhji is a renowned palace of Bikaner. Built in 20th century and later used as an accommodation of British guest, the palace played a great role in British ruling era. The hotel of the palace has 45 well-furnished guest rooms and each boasting a lovely decor. The hotel is divided into 4 wings which include the Mirage restaurant which serve sumptuous dishes of Indian, Continental and Mughlai cuisine at the desert-theme Mrigtrishna Bar. People can also enjoy the finest wines here in this Palace.
Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace
Spread in approx. 26 acres, Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace was named after Maharaja Umaid Singh. It has a beautiful garden at its front. Made of golden-yellow sandstone, this Hotel has a beautiful Art-decor which makes it magnificent. The Palace has a blend of eastern and western touch in its architecture. The palace has approx. 64 well-furnished rooms with nice space and elegant decor. At present time, this heritage hotel is maintained and running by Taj group and it offers amazing cuisines to its customers that include multi-cuisine, coffee shop and a trophy bar.
Shiv Nivas Palace
Travellers on their Royal Rajasthan Tour can experience a royal life by staying at this crescent-shaped Shiv Nivas Palace. Built in the first half of 20th century, this Palace was designed to provide a nice accommodation to the guests of royal family. The Palace has 19 elegant rooms, 8 terrace suites, 6 royal suites whereas 3 imperial suits. Here you can enjoy flawless hospitality, ultimate luxuries, pool deck, mouth-watering cuisines etc. It truly offers a brilliant experience to guests.
Step into the excellent blend of contemporary comfort and royal style at Ranbanka Palace. Beautifully located in between the Umaid Bhawan at one side and Mehrangarh Fort at the other side, gives a nice view to the guests. This Palace has approx. 58 rooms in which few are deluxe and few are suites. There are 2 fine dining restaurants that are named as Panchranga and Roof Top Restaurant. The Panchranga restaurant offers a multi-cuisine whereas the Roof Top Restaurant offers sumptuous food. Both these restaurant offers yummy cuisines along with finest drinks.
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Gorbandh Palace is a beautiful hotel which is located on Sam Sand Dunes. This hotel is made of yellow-sandstone with beautifully designed balconies. The hotel has approx. 83 well-designed rooms which includes 80 deluxe room and 3 suites. All these rooms have nice facilities including attached bathrooms, AC/room heater. The hotel’s restaurants and bars are named as Madhushala, Sarovar, Bageecha and Rasoda. Tourists must enjoy the world class amenities on their Rajasthan travel.
Samode Haveli is one of the best Heritage Hotels of Rajasthan which is located in the heart of city. It was built approx. 100 years ago by Rawal Sheo Singhji, who was the member of Samode’s royal family. This mansion was converted into a hotel in the year 1988. The property has approx. 29 well-furnished guest rooms and suites that include all contemporary amenities. The restaurant at the hotel serves delightful meals and international wines. All these things serve a beautiful experience to the tourists.
Located nearby the town of Mount Abu, Connaught House is a charming English cottage. During the British rule, it was the residence of Sir Donald Field, Chief Minister of the princely state of Marwar which was later converted into a Heritage Hotel of Rajasthan. The cottage has approx. 14 air-conditioned rooms that are well-facilitated with attached bath with hot/ cold water, television, telephone, refrigerator, etc. The restaurant provides multi cuisines including Chinese, Continental and Indian. It provides a wonderful experience to the travellers.
Each of these heritage hotels has its unique charm that captivates you on your Rajasthan tour. Government of Rajasthan boosts the Rajasthan Tourism with these hotels and travellers must take advantages of these hotels by experiencing the royal life of Kings and Queens.