Decide your favourite colour and pick a city to
match, Rajasthan's kaleidoscope of colours covers all.
Bastions of history, bristling with memories,
these splendid treasures stand battling the vageries of time.
The City Palace, Jaipur
Wind Palace, Jaipur
City Palace, Udaipur
Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
The desert sands shimmer and pulsate with an
energy and a spirit of festivity permeates the air, every season
provides many reasons to celebrate.
Ride a camel over the dunes or horses through
the hillside, speed ahead in a jeep and camp under open skies.
A delicate ecosystem, part desert part marshy
lands and even a small section of lush water filled valleys, sports a
wildlife rich in variety.
Whichever Budget Hotel you choose you will
always experience a traditional hospitality that you may never want to
Jaipur Budget Hotels
Jaisalmer Budget Hotels
Bharatpur Budget Hotels
Bikaner Budget Hotels
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Heritage Hotels in Rajasthan
Spread across the princely state of Rajasthan are many magnificent
mansions and palaces that still belong to the families that once ruled
this land. These bastions of history have now been turned into gorgeous
hotels and resorts where the traditional opulent lifestyles of the royals
have been carefully preserved. In these luxury resorts the visitors are
guests of the royalty and welcomed with heartwarming hospitality and a
charming graciousness that compels them to return over and over.
Exotic, energetic, vibrant and the most modern of all of Rajasthan's
cities Jaipur straddles the old and the new beautifully. Its gorgeous
palaces and mansions are now amongst some of the best heritage hotels in
Jodhpur's Umaid Bhawan Palace is its most famous landmark and the perfect
foil for its imposing fort. The world's largest private residence, the
Umaid Bhawan Palace now hosts guests from around the world. Jodhpur's
other heritage residences are no less charming.
Udaipur is a pretty lake city ringed by lush green hills, its gardens,
temples and the art scene here is very popular but its palace turned
hotels are what really catapulted it on the international map.
Bikaner lies in the very heart of the desert and is also known as the
camel country. This town with all its ancient traditions is more than 500
years old, offering visitors a peek into an era that many may have
considered long lost. Bikaner's havelis, palaces, mansions and heritage
properties have been converted into some fine hotels.
At the very edge of the Thar desert is Khimsar and its famous Fort Hotel.
A stay at this majestic modern hotel in this fort of yore is truly an