Palaces Of Rajasthan
Hawa Mahal
Sariska Palace
Jai Mahal Palace
Amer Palace
City Palace - Jaipur
City Palace - Udaipur
Lake Palace Udaipur
The Taragarh
Fateh Prakash Palace
Lalgarh Palace
Umaid Bhawan Palace
Nathmal Ki Haveli
Patwon Ki Haveli
Padmini’s Palace
The City Palace-Alwar
Chittorgarh Fort
Rana Kumbha Palace
Deogarh Mahal
Balsammand Palace
Rai ka Bag Palace
Jal Mahal
Shiva Nivas Palace
Lakshmi Vilas
Narain Niwas Palace
Kesar Bhawan Palace
Brijraj Bhawan Palace
Karni Bhawan Palace
Basant Vihar Palace
Roop Niwas Palace
Jhalamand Garh
Udai Bilas Palace
Fort Chanwa
Tour & Packages
Palaces of Rajasthan

The Rajputs (a powerful Hindu caste) occupied the once many states of Rajasthan until 1947, when British rule ended in India. Until then they lived like kings and their palaces and legacies are strewn throughout the now united state of Rajasthan. The subsequent generations of Rajputs have proven to be shrewd businessmen, and many of their palaces have since been converted to luxury palace hotels. Want to feel like a Maharajas or Maharani? Then a palace hotel is the place to stay when you visit Rajasthan.

The Bissau palace in the capital of Jaipur is truly a heritage hotel, the authentic décor will make you feel as if you have just stepped into your own little kingdom. The roomss are decorated with antique furniture, and weapons used before the days of independence. However, the most prominent feature is the owner’s hospitality.

You may be invited to join him for a cool drink on the terrace, or a banquet dinner in one of the private dining halls. Regardless, you will leave having tasted the rich history of India. Nestled in the vibrant city of Jaipur, the palace is located nearby to one of the gates entering the old walled quarter of the pink city. Traditionally, pink is the color of hospitality ; and with Jaipur being the capital of the state, the pink hue is both welcoming and unique.

In contrast, the Ratanada Polo Palace located in Jodphur will provide the exceptional service expected in a luxury hotel. The large immaculate rooms enable the visitor to travel in comfort and cleanliness, which is often a rare experience in India. The hotel is decorated with the photographs of many of the rich and famous, and British Royalty who have frequented this palace.

Princess Diana and Prince Charles are captured on film during their visit, in addition to Queen Elizabeth. Following in the footsteps of the British Royalty, the staff has perfected providing royal treatment to their guests, while they dine in one of the numerous restaurants or during a swim in the alluring pool. Leave the palace to wander the inviting streets of the old city. The blue wash on the houses creates a visual masterpiece for the visitor. Women walk by in vibrantly colored saris showcased against the brilliant blue tone of the old city.