Karni Fort, Bambora
Part of the folklore and scene of many legendary fights in the past; the Karni Fort of Bambora is located above a hillock. The hotel has 300 well maintained and A/C rooms with a unique swimming pool and bar. The restaurant at the hotel provides Indian, Continental, and Regional foods.
Located in small village by the name of Kotri in Pali district of Rajasthan, Kotri Raola is a small fort palace located atop a hillock. Kotri Raola is a 200-years-old castle where the continuity with the past is still a norm. The village is located at the foot of Aravalli Hills and a 7th century archeological site is near by. The hotel has 9 Non A/C rooms with a restaurant that serves regional food. Hotel provides excellent facilities for Horse Riding, Jeep Safari in the countryside, bird watching
Jagram Durg, Nimaj
Located in the Nimaj village of Pali District, Jagram Durg is a small hotel that is situated in a picturesque landscape. The hotel has 14 Non A/C rooms with a restaurant that serves Indian, Continental, and local food. Hotel has facilities for Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, and bird watching.
The Hill Fort, Kesroli
The Hill Fort, Kesroli overlooking majestically the neighboring agrarian landscape is an ideal base to visit the forts and palaces of nearby Alwar and Sariska. The hotel has 22 rooms, all with modern facilities. The hotel has facilities for Jeep Safari and bird watching. Multi cuisine restaurant at the Hill Fort, Kesroli provides Indian, Continental, and Regional food .
Karni Kot, Sodawas
Karni Kot is located in the village Sodawas, a part of the Marwar. The village was given as a Jagir to Thakur Bishen Sighji by the former king of Jodhpur Umaid Singh in 1943. Horse stable at Karni Kot could be of great interest to the horse lovers. Horse safaris are organized on request. The hotel has 10 tastefully designed rooms with 5 additional luxury tent-houses. The village is located on the road from Jodhpur to Udaipur. In the large dining hall of the hotel you could expect Indian, Continental, and Marwari food.
Bijay Niwas Palace, Bijaynagar
Rao Bijay Singhji, the erstwhile ruler of Masuda, built Bijay Niwas Palace. The hotel has 50 acres of beautifully laid out orchard. All eight rooms are tastefully decorated and fit only for the kings. The hotel provides swimming, tennis, horse riding, jeep safari, and bird watching facilities. Pamper yourself with exotically prepared and regally served Indian and Continental food in the Bijay Niwas Palace Hotel .
Fort Chanwa, Luni
Fort Chanwa is a heritage hotel located in the Luni village of Jodhpur district of Rajasthan. Carved out entirely of the famed red sandstone of Jodhpur, the fort palace is a wonderful symbol of Indian architectural heritage of yore. The fort has been restored meticulously by the present occupant, which gives a sense of royal heritage coupled with modern comforts. Enjoy the hospitality of royal Rajasthan in its truest form at Fort Chanwa. All the services provided at the hotel gives a sense of regality, be it your food, room service, or different kind of festivities organized by the hotel. To stress out your worries you can enjoy floating in the beautifully designed swimming pool of the hotel or participate in the horse, jeep, or camel safari all organized on request. The restaurant at the hotel provides you with Indian, Continental, Regional, and Chinese food
Golden Castle Resort, Pachar
Pachar is a traditional agrarian village gifted by the Maharaja of Jaipur to Thakur Guman Singh for protecting the state from the onslaught of Raja of Bharatpur. Originally built in the 18th century, the Golden Castle Resort was later expanded by successive heirs of the feudatory. The resort gives the look of a country mansion and has spacious lawns and beautiful swimming pool. The hotel provides facilities of bird watching, boating, and angling along with jeep safari and camel safari in the sand dunes nearby. The hotel has in total 9 suites, 5 double rooms, and 2 single rooms. You can savor Indian and regional food at the hotel restaurant
Royal Rajwada, Bhadrajun
Royal Rajwada is a small palace located in the village Bhadrajun of district Jalore. The palace dates back to the 16th century with regular additions and modification made by the successive rulers. The hotel has 12 rooms all fitted with modern amenities. The restaurant located inside the hotel serves only regional authentic food. You can engage in swimming in the beautiful swimming pool of the hotel or go for horse riding, jeep safari, and camel safari. All of these services are available on demand
Castle Durjan Niwas, Daspan
Located in the Daspan village of Jalore district, Castle Durjan Niwas is a small but beautiful fortress palace built in the early 19th century by the Champawat clan of Marwar. Many changes and additions were made into the old fortress and present structure is just a shadow of the original. The building was originally built in the Indo - European style of architecture with separate parts for ladies and gents. The hotel provides all modern amenities with the old world charm of Rajasthan to make your stay the most pleasant ever. From the hotel you can take excursions of the historical places located in the vicinity. Hotel also provides the guests travel services like camel, jeep, and horse safaris. You can savor exotic Indian and regional food at the attached restaurant of the hotel .
Hotel Pachewar Garh, Pachewar
Located in the village of Malpura on the Jaipur - Ajmer road, Pachewar Garh is a small heritage hotel built in the Indo - European style. The hotel provides link accommodation to the visitors moving towards Ranthambore and other tourist attractions in the vicinity. Pachwar Garh has 10 well - equipped rooms with modern facilities and old world feeling. From the hotel you can go for a jeep safari to the places nearby or engage in bird watching. Authentic regional food is served at the hotel for the guests .
The Sawai Madhopur Lodge, Sawai Madhopur
Sawai Madhopur Lodge was the original hunting lodge of the former kings of Jaipur. The hotel is located just 20 minutes away from the world famed Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and provides excellent accommodation facilities. Built 70 years ago, the hotel has in total 74 rooms including 29 A/C rooms including 2 suites and 6 luxurious tents from October to March. The lodge is located in the 12 acres of lush green gardens. The hotel provides all important travel services with a restaurant that serves Indian and Continental cuisine, a bar, and open - air bonfire dining
Hotel Bhadrawati Palace, Bhandarej
A heritage property with a history of more than 900 years, Hotel Bhadrawati Palace is today completely restored to its past glory. The hotel has in total 35 A/C rooms - 10 Deluxe and 25 standard. The hotel also provides facilities for swimming, conference, and gala lunch for upto 400 guests. Dining in the Sheeshmahal - a true rajputana style heritage building. In the evenings, entertain yourself with traditional music and dance performed by the local artists
Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh
An imposing palace that was built in the 17th century, Deogarh Mahal stands majestically over a hill in the Aravalli Mountains. The landscape around the palace is full of lakes, graying battlements, domes, turrets, jharokhas, and huge gateways. The place is much cooler than the surrounding places in Rajasthan. Deogarh is located on the borders of Mewar, Merwara, and Marwar not much far away from Udaipu. Deogarh is also famous for the miniature paintings known as Deogarh paintings. Deogarh is easily accessible being connected by both road and rail networks .The hotel has 10 A/C rooms all well decorated and well equipped for the royal visitors. Facilities for swimming, horse riding, jeep safari, and bird watching are also available. In the restaurant at Deogarh, you can savor Indian, continental, and regional food .
Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat, Ranakpur
A pleasing and delightful orchard retreat, Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat is located in Ranakpur, a famous Jain pilgrimage site located near Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Mount Abu. The orchards were laid out by the Maharani of Jodhpur in 19th century and are surrounded by the Aravali Hills. Ranakpur is named after Rana Kumbha whom Dharna Sah, a Jain businessman, approached when he had the vision of his great temple to ask for the land for its construction. Renowned for some marvelously carved Jain temples in amber stone, Ranakpur is one of the five holiest places of the Jain community and exceptional in beauty. The hotel has 18 A/C room all supported by matchless room service and all modern facilities. Facilities for swimming, tennis, Badminton, jogging, and conference are available. The attached restaurant at the hotel serves Rajasthani, Indian, and Continental cuisine.
Rambagh Palace, Jaipur
Rajasthan hotels, The Rambagh Palace, Jaipur, is a magnificent palace spread over 47 acres of gardens. The former residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur, this palace hotel is centrally located near the city center, shopping areas, historical monuments and the airport. Accommodation is by way of 106 well appointed rooms and suites. The Suvarna Mahal restaurant, Neel Mahal coffee shop and Polo Bar offer exquisite services. Ample leisure activities and facilities are available