Heritage Hotels in Rajasthan


Heritage Hotels in Rajasthan
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Heritage Hotels in Rajasthan
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Rajasthan , the land of unending tales of glory and valor, is dotted with a number of architectural marvels. These erstwhile residence of the Maharajas of the bygone era nowadays serve as the Heritage hotels in Rajasthan. The spectacular architecture, beautiful interior and awestruck exterior of these forts, palaces and havelis act as ideal destiantions to spend the time in the royal ambience.

Rajasthan has the largest number of heritage hotels in India. The hospitality you will get in the heritage hotels Rajasthan will left you speechless. From the moment of landing at the airport till the time you leave the hotel, you will witness the grandeur of the regal life.

All the cities of Rajasthan are dotted with heritage hotels. The capital city of Jaipur is home to the Rajmahal Palace, Chirmi Palace hotel, The Ramgarh Lodge, Rambagh Palace and the Royal Castle Kanota whereas Balsamand Lake palace, Karni Bhawan, Ajit Bhawan Resort add to the charm of Jodhpur. Udaipur houses some of the most popular heritage hotels Rajasthan namely Lake Palace Hotel, Fateh Prakash Palace, Rang Niwas Palce, Laxmi Vilas Palace Hotel and Shiv Niwas Palace Hotel.

These hotels of Rajasthan are a perfect blend of Regal hospitality with modern facilities. The king-like treatment, the sumptuous meal, the royal safari, the stay at the Heritage hotels in Rajasthan will surely mesmerizes you and will make your trip one of the most cherished one.





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