Published On: Mon, Apr 11th, 2016

5 Eminent heritage hotels in Rajasthan



The sandy scenery of Rajasthan is spotted with gorgeously stunning palaces, castles and forts that served as homes for the previous rulers. At present, they have arrived havens for tourists getting an eternal part of Indian culture and history. They are donned with the puppeteers, handicrafts, camels, laal maas, ghoomar dance and other unique features of Rajasthani ethos.

Here are a few of the eminent heritage hotels in Rajasthan:

Malji Ka Kamra

Single gaze at the turquoise green and ivory facades of this charismatic reinstated heritage construction is adequate to attract you towards it. Malji Ka Kamra stays in Churu, recognized to be the entry to the Thar Desert.

Shahpura Bagh

This wooded domain is the summer residence of the royal family of Shahpura, a small town recognized for its palaces become into schools, desirable areas of greenery and the impressive Dhikola Fort. Shahpura Bagh possesses two wings, from which one deals as the residence for the Rathore family and the further dwellings the guests who come across this little-known gem in Bhilwara district.

Bhainsrorgarh Fort

If you are looking for an activity-filled break into the Rajasthani heartland, gaze no other than Bhainsrorgarh Fort, a family-run boutique move away in Chittorgarh district. The fort is balanced on a cliff overlapping the tranquil Chambal River and at twilight, the terrace gives delicate sights of the enclosing landscape.

Patan Mahal

Patan Mahal is a perfect weekend entry from India’s capital metropolis, situated right off the Jaipur highway. A part of this gorgeous rose-tinged personal palace overlooks the pompous Aravallis whereas the further gives calm sights of an idyllic farm.

Ramathra Fort

Ramathra Fort’s allure resides in its marvelously planned suites and luxurious tents and its closeness to Ranthambore National Park, which is just 2 hours’ drive far. Lie on a hill, Ramathra Fort gives sweeping sights of the serene adjacent, farms and the enormous Kalisil Lake that is never dehydrated and is a preferred irk for the birds of the area.


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Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.