Once titled as ‘The Golden Bird’, India cuddles a rich history in its bosoms. The country has been home to some of the most legendary kings, who transformed the face of India with time. However, what remained same was their way of living. History narrates that most of the kings who ruled India used to live in magnificent palaces adorned with delicately engraved walls, precious interiors, lavish furnishing, grand rooms and flawless hospitality. These palaces mirror the erstwhile glory of the royal era in India and make this country a known representative of grandeur on the world map. As the time passed, many of these palaces were transformed into heritage hotels, offering travellers a glimpse of old India, which used to gleam with opulence.
A grand treat for every extravagant holidaymaker, Umaid Bhawan Palace is still the residence of Maharaja of Jodhpur who stays here in a portion with 347-rooms. Half of this palace has now been transformed into a hotel, which is managed by the esteemed Taj group. Housing Art Deco suites, swish subterranean spa, Risala restaurant and many other wonderful offerings, Umaid Bhawan Palace has been crafted as a dream stay.
Named ‘The World’s best heritage hotel’, Raj Palace Hotel is a living example of luxurious past of India. Everything about this hotel is grand. It bestows an out worldly experience to the guests with relaxing spa, live barbeques, gym, multimedia and restaurants. The hotel displays most magnificent works of architecture, which take away the breath of guests. Housing a range of plush Palace Suites & Presidential suite, Raj Palace Hotel redefines the world imperial. The hotel also has multiple dining options, treating your taste buds with the most delectable dishes.
A glimpse of the Lake Palace of Udaipur makes travellers wonder and ponder in disbelief. This exquisite palace seems like an incredible masterpiece floating in the azure waters of Pichola Lake. With charismatic backdrop of Aravallis, this architectural marvel houses 66 rooms and 17 suites with the most luxurious facilities. Guests can unwind at the Jiva Spa of the Palace, designed specially to pamper your mind and body with best rejuvenation therapies. Dine at Jharokha, Neel Kamal or Amrit Sagar to savour your taste buds with the most authentic Indian and international cuisines.
If you wish to be pampered like a king, you must plan a stay at the luxurious Rambagh Palace, famed with the name of Jewel of Jaipur. The hotel has 79 plush rooms beautifully decorated with satin and silk drapes, reflecting the hues of Rajasthan. The grand furniture, decorative gardens and opulence-oozing rooms are enough to make this palace hotel a preferred choice among extravagant travellers. A dining experience at the Rambagh Palace is unforgettable as you are spoiled with a range of restaurants, including Rajput Room, Suvarna Mahal, Verandah Caf?, Polo Bar and Steam.
Raised in the year 1904, this Palace turned hotel flaunts the most spectacular wonders of architecture that one needs to see to believe. Graced with hand-painted friezes and gold-laden walls, the palace replicates the sumptuousness and panoply of the maharajas in all its rooms. From royal chintz to unique drapery, hand-painted walls to spectacular furniture - every aspect of the suites of this Palace hotel is worth appreciating. The hotel has a Swarna Mahal restaurant where world renowned chefs have been appointed to offer you the best dining experience.
Once the residence of the late Raja Charanjit Singh of Kapurthala, this heritage hotel has earned great popularity with its unmatched old age grandeur and impressive modern day facilities. The hotel has six gracefully appointed suites, categorized as Luxury Suite, Deluxe Suite, and regular suites. Chapslee is also known for its elegant Dining Room where the guests can enjoy the taste of traditional Royal Indian food from the Palaces of the Maharajas and Nawabs of India.
Built in 19th-century, this magnificent palace is owned by the Maharaja of Dungarpur who transformed it into a lavish hotel. The 23 grand rooms of the hotel still preserve original Art Deco furnishings, which impress travellers of all age groups. All the portions of the hotel feature exquisite Rajput architecture which evokes old world charm of the princely state of Rajasthan. Guests enjoy a lavish dining experience at the Zenana Chowk, an unusual dining space with a dash of extravagance.
Apart from these, India is dotted with numerous other palaces hotels which keep the images of old India alive. Palace hotels like Taj Falaknuma Palace of Hyderabad, Ranvas of Nagaur, Ramathra Fort of Sapotra, Jehan Numa Palace of Bhopal and Sujan Rajmahal Palace of Jaipur underline the prosperity of India’s great architecture and royal heritage that make this country stand out.
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