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Hotels in Rajasthan
Palaces of Rajasthan
Jagat Niwas Palace , Udaipur
Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh
The Grand Laxmi Vilas, Udaipur
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Luxury Hotels of Rajasthan
Raj Palace, Jaipur
Fort Rajwada, Jaisalmer
Hotel Ummeid, Jodhpur
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Heritage Hotels of Rajasthan
Samode Palace, Jaipur
Devigarh Resort, Devigarh
Rawla Jojawar, Jojawar
Fateh Prakash Palace, Udaipur
Gorbandh Palace, Jaisalmer
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5 Star Hotels of Rajasthan
Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur
Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur
Hotel Lake Palace, Udaipur
Fateh Bagh Palace, Ranakpur
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Rajasthan is famous as a land of forts and palaces. Some of the Forts and Palaces were located on high tops of the hill, in the center of vast deserts and on islands in lakes, the forts and Palaces of Rajasthan India showcase the architectural heritage of Rajasthan. Few of these Rajasthan forts and palaces look rocky and rough from their exteriors; the interiors take you to an altogether different world. Surprises are the second name of these architectural marvels, which are the Rajasthan forts and palaces spread throughout Rajasthan India.

Karni Bhawan Palace, Bikaner
Karni Bhawan palace, BikanerKarni Bhawan Palace was the royal residence of Maharaja Karni Singh, a modern-day maharaja of Bikaner. It was built in a luxurious art deco style, popular by the 1950s in the US and Europe. Its Doric pillars, ornamental staircases and large windows are a testimony to an aesthetic brilliance of the past.
Lallgarh Palace, Bikaner
Lallgarh Palace, BikanerThe Lallgarh palace is an imposing red- sand stone palace and was built by Maharaja Ganga Singhji in the memory of his father, Maharaj Lall Singhj in 1902 A.D. This oriental fantasy designed by Col. Sir Swinton Jacob, is entirely a hybrid architecture and mixture of different elements of Rajput, Muslim and European styles and can be categorized as Indo-Saracenic style.
Raj Vilas Palace, Bikaner
Raj Vilas Palace, BikanerHotel Raj Vilas Palace is spread over 30 acres of orchards, gardens, and fountains. Thakur Mohan Singhji, the Prime Minister of the Raj, built this palace in 1728. This sprawling complex is a historic testimony to the skills of master craftsmen of Bikaner. Hotel Raj Vilas Palace is a perfect place to stay while a holiday tour to Bikaner.
Jagat Niwas Palace, Udaipur
Jagat Niwas Palace, Udaipur Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel is a early 17th century haveli with its charm and aesthetics, situated in the heart of the most romantic city, nestled in the fertile valley on the eastern banks of the famous Lake Pichola.
Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh
Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh Deogarh Mahal was converted into a hotel by the present owner Rawat Nahar Singh. A part of the Mahal is still occupied by his kin. The hotel has 50 Rooms ( 3 Royal Suites , 2 Studio Suites, 23 Deluxe Suites ,22 Deluxe Rooms). Each room is comfortably elegant, with attached bathrooms fitted with modern amenities.
The Grand Laxmi Vilas, Udaipur
The Grand Laxmi Vilas, Udaipur The Grand Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur radiates with royal and regal charm of an earlier era. The hotel has centrally Air-conditioned, Attached baths, Refrigerator, Telephone, Colour TV, Laundry & Dry-cleaning, Doctor on call, Money changer, Parking, 24 hrs.
Narayan Niwas Palace, Jaisalmer
Narayan Niwas Palace, Jaisalmer 19th century inherited property transformed and restored into a luxurious heritage hotel. With its glorious setting and classic ambience, the hotel stands tall in the heart of the city offering unmatched hospitality and ideal lodging in the city of Jaisalmer. The royal luxury and grand environment of the hotel bewitches the visitor with enticing features and facilities.
Balsamand Resort Palace, Jodhpur
Balsamand Resort, JodhpurBalsamand Resort built on the banks of the artificial Lake Bal Samand, is the Bal Samand Palace a structure in red sandstone enclosed by lush green gardens. Maharaja Jaswant Singh built the Samand Palace, when he was in the heights of his power under the Mughals. Stretch across 60 acres of land, this majestic palace along with its lake was always special. In recent times, a tradition has been set such that the royal family celebrates the first rains in Bal Samand Palace. So much so, that the palace came to be known as the 'Monsoon Palace'.
Hotel Ranbanka, Jodhpur
Hotel Ranbaka, JodhpurThe Ranbanka a wonderful sandstone building in Jodhpur, built for Sir Ajit Singh ji, the younger brother of Maharaja Umaid Singh, it tastefully blends the lavish interiors and modern comforts. Present day facilities are matched so as not to upset the olden days of the royal abode. Ranbanka Hotel give off an aura distinctly its own - improved by its rich and varied collection of paintings, treasure troves and hunting trophies of yesteryears, all so well preserved by the royal family, which still uses a part of the building as its home.
Jagat Palace, Pushkar
Jagat Palace, PushkarHotel Jagat Palace is positioned in the beautiful snake mountain and on the other side great Thar sand dunes on other the Jagat Palace Hotel provides a royal surroundings to explore the magic of the holy town of Pushkar. Built and managed by the princely family of Khanpur, the Jagat Palace offers traditional hospitality ideal blended with all modern amenities.
Pushkar Palace, Pushkar
Pushkar Palace, PushkarPushkar is situated in the Heart of Rajasthan, India. It’s a pilgrim destination for Domestic and European travelers. It has more than 500 temples including the only one temple in India devoted to ‘Lord Brahma’ the Creator of the Universe. It is written and spoken in Indian Mythology that after visiting all the Hindu Pilgrim towns and temples (Four Dhams), if Pushkar is not visited for Pooja then salvation is not achieved.
Dev Vilas Palace, Ranthambore
Dev Vilas Palace, RanthamboreAmidst a half acres of land, the building in Indo-Saracen style takes a prompt from the Shikaar or hunting lodges built by the Maharajahs. It follows the traditional architectural lines, and is situated nearest to the entrance of the National Park. Located in an eco-sensitive zone, the hotel responsibly uses recycled water for non-consumable plantations on its property. The building has also been designed to harvest all rain water and re-charge ground water using traditional storage system. Dev Vilas hotel is also one of India's first hotels designed to be friendly to the physically challenged.
Nahargarh Resort, Ranthambore
Nahargarh Resort, RanthamboreThe Nahargarh Fort Ranthambore started in 2004, October. Construction of the hotel is based on the style of a traditional hunting lodge. It gives you with luxurious accommodation at a reasonable rate. The old world charm of this place is ever present. The scenic locale, plush accommodation, host of recreational facilities and facilities make it one of the best Heritage Hotels in Sawai Madhopur, India, for discerning customers.
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