Planning a trip to Rajasthan is no less a royal experience for visitors. The ‘Pink State’ has a lot to offer the visitors. If you are looking for a hotel to stay at, you’re gonna have a hard time deciding which one to choose. You will find yourself looking through regal palaces, historic havelis, and century old
forts — all of which have painstakingly restored, and lovingly taken care of to give you the luxurious lifestyle. The land of kings brings you a true royal pedigree in each hotel.
To make the choice a bit easy for you, we have compiled a list of top 10 hotels in Rajasthan. Hopefully, the choice will be easier for you, a bit at least:
1. The Taj Lake Palace
The Taj Lake Palace is one of the world’s most romantic hotels. With a 360-degree view of the surrounding Udaipur, the palace floats on the waters of Lake Pichola like a beautiful fairytale ship. The management and staff of the Taj group are highly experienced making the service flawless. The cuisines served are of royal taste, and the experience will be unforgettable.
2. The Umaid Bhawan Palace
The Umaid Bhavan Palace is one of the world’s largest private residences (to this day the royal family members of the area still live in one of the sprawling wings). The palace offers acres of manicured gardens, a total pampering experience at the Jiva Grande Spa, and proximity to major landmarks like the Mehrangarh Fort. The palace is the prime destination for high-profile, and celebrities alike.
3. Raas Devigarh
The Raas Devigarh is housed on the Aravalli Hills in the 18-th century palace. The boutique hotel is a great adaptation of both heritage and contemporary art. The suites offer a blend of minimalist design with splashes of colour. The landscaped gardens are a testament to the glorious royal past.
4. Sujan Jawai
Ever thought of having a vacation in a tent. If yes, then the contemporary tented camp, Sujan Jawai is a faultless service that offers a powerful insight into the beautiful rural Rajasthan. The real Rajasthan inhabited by leopards, nomadic communities, wildlife, and otherworldly landscapes. It’s also a part impressive hotel and part conservation project — ideal for a safari vacation.
5. Rawla Narlai
Rawla Narlai is a meticulously restored 17th-century royal luxurious retreat. It’s also one of the most loved heritage hotels Rajasthan has to offer. It’s located in a scenic view on the Aravalli Hills. It’s an ideal resort for leopard safari, riding, and walking through nature lovers.
Amanbagh and nature are like two sides of a coin. It’s labelled as one of Rajasthan’s best luxurious hotels that offer a royal pampering retreat destination. Perhaps the only resort that offers yoga classes, ayurvedic treatments, wellness-focused activities, and meditation sessions in one place. And, if you have the desire to venture into nature, the Aravalli Hills scenery, the picturesque ruins of the Ajabgarh Fort, and the Sariska National Park is ideal locations to go to.
7. The Oberoi Udaivilas
If you are on a romantic vacation in Rajasthan, The Oberoi Udaivilas, located on the Lake Pichola’s edge is sheer romance. The land was once the royal hunting grounds today is base to the most stunning hotel sprawling over 50 acres of land, wildlife retreat included.
8. Rambagh Palace
The Rambagh Palace is an infusion of Rajput design with a wealth of heritage features. The famous palace was initially built for the local Maharajah before it was transformed into a luxurious hotel. As a guest you will witness a royal welcome, right from being greeted by decorated camels, elephants, and horses. You can find it in the lounge bar outfitted in the historic steam engine. You can also have a stroll through the historic grounds along with a guide.
9. Chanoud Garh
This is perhaps the most luxurious hotel Rajasthan has to offer. With limited rooms (10 luxury rooms sprawled in a 300-year fort), it’s personally hosted by the 13th generation of the royal descendants.
10. Alila Fort Bishangarh
Spend your vacation in a majestic 18th century fort that gives you a seraphic view of the Aravalli Hills and a sunset hued facade. Once a warriors fort for kings and Rajputs, today is a luxurious hotel with palatial interiors.
Royal Life in Real-life
Who hasn’t wished to live a royal life, well with these luxurious royal retreats, it’s possible to live a royal life for some days away from the hustle and bustle of the hectic routines.