5 Best Palace Hotels in Rajasthan
Thus came the new idea of heritage hotels in India. Rajasthan with most number of principalities – the reason it is called the land of Maharajas – became the leading destination with most number of heritage hotels.
These tastefully revived heritage hotels recreate the romance of a bygone era and give a peek ito the indulgence of maharajas of youe. As repository of art and culture, these heritage hotels in Rajasthan offer a glimpse into the age of chivalry, legends and decadence.
So here’s a lodown on 5 best palace hotels in Rajasthan
Umaid Bhawan Palace
|Umaid Bhawan Palace,Jodhpur|
This is one of the south-after destinations for the Hollywood as well as Bollywood celebrities to enjoy the lavish stay. There are 347 rooms in the palace and the Maharani suite is about 4850 sq ft., almost 5 times larger than the average flats in metro cities like Mumbai and Delhi. The palace is also the most preferred venue for weddings. Thus, every element of the palace exhibits the component of luxury and opulence.
- Sumptuousness Factor: Milk bath in pink Italian marble tub (designed by Stefan Norblin), sinking in sofas (designed by Emile Jacques Ruhlmann), toiletries (Molton Brown), etc.
Taj Lake Palace
|Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur is one of the most spectacular heritage hotel in India|
The list of the palace hotels in Rajasthan would be unjustified if we skip the Udaipur Taj Lake Palace. The palace has numerous stories connected with the erstwhile era of the kings and queens.
The interiors and exteriors are amazing and hold the sight of the onlookers. The king size rooms are also equipped with all royal facilities that help the guests enjoy the luxurious stay.
Taj Lake palace claim to fame came after the shooting of the superhit James Bond movie Octopussy. This heritage hotel in Rajasthan has played host to a number of royal dignitaries from around the world as well as celebrities and corporate high fliers.
Taj Lake palace is also adjudged the best heritage hotel in India and the best romantic hotel in India.
- Luxe Factor: King size beds, ceremonial royal barge across the Pichola, candlelight dinners, vintage car rides, etc.
Laxmi Vilas Palace
|Laxmi Niwas Palace is a former residential palace of the king of the former Bikaner state, Mahārāja Ganga Singh in Bikaner in the Indian state of Rajasthan.|
In the year 1994, the palace was transformed into a heritage hotel. Some part of the majestic structure of the palace is still used as the residence of the early royal family. For the long 100 years, the palace has played the role of host for the royals from all across the world. The palace also showcases the elements that provide the glimpses of the golden era.
- Luxe Factor: Furnishings, paintings, photographs, furniture, etc.
|Samode Palace Jaipur , Rajasthan|
Fine specimen of the royal Indo-Saracenic architecture, this palace is about 475-year-old. The contemporary luxury and signature service mark the unique attributes of this palace hotel of Rajasthan. The rooms are also praiseworthy as the elements placed in the rooms reflect the opulence of the erstwhile royals.
- Luxe Factor: Charming arches, mirror works, ceilings, painted walls, etc.
This is one of the finest palaces in Rajasthan. The architecture of the palace is a perfect mix of both French as well as Indian palace architectural style. The rooms and lodges are perfectly renovated and restored to provide the true glimpses of the royal opulence. Thus, a stay at this palace hotel provides the feeling of a real king due to the exceptional pampering facilities and services available.
- Luxe Factor: Royal Evenings, Queen’s Court, Royal Chambers, etc.
Also check out Top 10 Heritage Hotels in India.
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Updated by Nikhil Chandra on 25 Nov, 2013.