This magnificent fort is literally off the beaten track. Set in the midst of sand dunes, this amazing fort stands as securely as it did over many centuries of battle and strife. The construction of the fort was begun in 1523 by Rao Karamsji, 8th son of the founder of Jodhpur Rao Jodha, who chose the spot of Khimsar, 90 km from Jodhpur where one brother resided and 150 km away from Bikaner, kingdom of another brother.Twenty one generations later, a part of this fort is still residence to the Karamsot Rathor direct lineage while the rest has been opened out to royal Rajput hospitality, personally overseen by the family, on a grand and elegant scale.
Rohet Garh is situated on the banks of a lake in Rohet village. The residence of the rulers of Rohet is now turned up into a heritage hotel offers peacefull & soothing stay. Rohetgarh is beautifully restored & landscaped with colourful flowers & rare plants & trees. It is indeed a perfect place for nature lovers, honeymooners & horse riders.It is just 40 kms away from Jodhpur, the nearest city which is well connected to all major cities by all possible means.
Fateh Bagh is the latest addition to the HRH Group of Hotels. Fateh Bagh is located in the famous temple town of Ranakpur (Rajasthan, India).It has faithfully preserving the richness of Rajput architecture for 21st century visitors. It was in 1802 AD that Rawla Koshilav flourished as a palace on the foothills of Aravallis near Jodhpur. In 2002, almost 65,000 pieces of the crumbling palace werre tranplanted in a senic spot in Ranakpur, amidst the orchards and on the banks of a rain fed river, to create Fateh Bagh.
Maharani Bagh, a Welcomheritage hotel, is a delightful orchard retreat situated between Jodhpur, Udaipur and Mount Abu (Rajasthan, India). The orchards, surrounded by the Aravalli hills were laid out in the late 19th century by the Maharani of Jodhpur and have always been a favourite resort for the members of the Jodhpur royal family. It is only 4 km away from the famous Ranakpur Temples and 50 Km from the imposing Kumbalgarh Fort.
Nahargarh lies nestled at the foot hills of the Aravali ranges neighbouring the Ranthambhore National Park which is one of the largest Tiger Reserves in India and a popular wildlife tourist destination. Nahargarh looms large over the undulating terrain of Ranthambhore, a glorious sight of majestic Rajasthani architecture. It is An imposing structure on the skyline of Ranthambhore, Nahargarh is the perfect base to explore Ranthambhore from the lap luxury.
Taj Sawai Madhopur Lodge, the beautiful hunting lodge statically located just near the Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary, it hardly take 20 mins to reach the Park. The hotel covers an area of 12 acres which includes lush green lawns and beautiful gardens and the cottages. Taj Swai Madhopur Lodge is has total 29 elegantly appointed guestrooms including suites. All guestrooms and suites embody rustic style and comfort.
Built by Maharaja of Jaisalmer about 400 years ago, the magnificent Kishangarh Kunj (now named Pushkar Palace) is a must watch site in Pushkar. Overlooking the famous Pushkar Lake the palace was later on presented to the Maharaja of Kishangarh. The artistic interiors, courtyards, gardens, exotic lake view, fabulous location (the holy Pushkar land) and marvelous architecture makes Pushkar Palace a wonderful attraction to reckon with. The Palace emanates the old world charm in its own distinct style. Pushkar Palace is now running as a hotel under the ownership of Kr. Jagat Singh Rathore of Khanpur
Jagat Palace, the hotel is a perfect combination of Rajasthani art and hospitality. You will see beautiful art work like carving, frescos and gold painting displayed on walls and ceilings. The hotel is located in a peaceful location and ideal for leisure traveller. The hotel has a wonderful view of Snake mountain, the biggest dune of Thar Desert. The rooms and restaurant are beautifully appointed and the personalised services will make you feel like home.
Today, the world comes to this storybook town to see its colourful frescoes on every subject under the sun, that is, ranging from the religious to the erotic; from copies of popular English prints to witty social satire, rendered in the inimitable style of the local artist. And perhaps the best place to discover the legacy of Shekhawati is from the comfort of Castle Mandawa, a fortress, now converted into a luxurious heritage hotel.
Maharaja Umed Singh II, ruling king of Kota in the early 1900s, who resided in the medieval fort within the city of Kota, decided that he wanted a modern palace for his personal use.He commissioned Sir Swinton Jacob, an officer of the Royal Engineers in the British Army to undertake the conception and implementation of this project and in 1905, the WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan Palace, built in the prevalent Indo-Sarcenic style, was constructed. The Palace subtly blends Rajput and Victorian architecture. Every visiting dignitary, including Queen Mary, who visited Kota state in 1905, has been entertained at the WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan Palace.
Bassi Fort was built by Mewar Nobles in the 16th century, Still standing strongly telling the story of the past. The palace is now converted into a beautiful heritage hotel.Set charmingly among the hills, the calm & peaceful luxury of the palace offers a retreat into an aesthetically beautiful environment. Its towering gates, domes, arches, corridors and Mahals takes one back to the Royal Magnificence of the past and the age of chivalry.
Come and experience ethnic Ajmer in the midst of grand regalia at the Roopangarh Fort heritage hotel located in Kishangarh, close to Ajmer, Rajasthan, India. The Roopangarh Fort entices you with its ancient passageways, jails, battlements, granaries, armories and foundries.Constructed in 1648 by Maharaja Roop Singhji, the Roopangarh Fort was the first war fort that was built in this part of Rajasthan, India.A part of the Roopangarh Fort in Kishangarh was converted into a heritage hotel by Maharaja Brajraj Singh in the year 1997. Stay at the royal quarters and listen to haunting whispers of royal intrigues and historic love tales as you relax like a maharaja in the midst of silken riches comforts within the Roopangarh Fort walls.
Fort of Kishangarh as its backdrop and is washed by the monsoon fed Gundalao Lake in front, an architectural setting very rarely seen in Rajput history.Dry and drab though it may seem in the summer, the first magic showers transform it into a serene and smiling land.Originally the Payandaz Bagh or the garden at the foot of the fort, this pleasure garden of the Maharajas of Kishangarh was a source of inspiration to a number of famous Kishangarh miniature artists like Nihal Chand and it's easy to identify it in many paintings of the 17th century.