Are you looking for accommodation in Jodhpur? Don’t worry there are plenty of guesthouses and old Havelis located at the heart of the Blue City. There are many hotels available at the outskirts of the city. You can even find a luxurious hotel at reasonable prices.
Here is the list of top 5 luxurious hotels in Jodhpur:
RAAS Jodhpur is the luxurious hotel located at the bottom of the hill. From this hotel, you can have a fantastic view of Mehrangarh Fort. It is decorated with an old and new traditional pink stone.It contains a pillared pavilion, rooftop with restaurant and bar, old temple. The heated pool feature during the winter season will surely be an added advantages in the cold deserts of Rajasthan. It had heritage suites with cast iron bathtubs and amazing views from the balcony while travelling though Palace on Wheels Rajasthan.
Price: USD 145
Rawla Narlai is a 17th-century luxurious hotel surrounded by Elephant hill and Aravalli Hills. It was once the hunting lodge for Jodhpur royal family, still owned by them. All the heritage rooms are well decorated with antique pieces and painted murals on the walls. The eye-catching experience is having a romantic meal at step-well of Narlai, surrounded by oil lamps. It will just take 2 to 5 hours to reach major cities like Udaipur and Jodhpur. The Narlai Suite is still used by the Maharaja when in town, talk of royal quarters.
Price: USD 90
3.Umaid Bhawan Palace:
Umaid Bhawan Palace is a renowned Taj Hotel property. One half of it is housed in the heritage royal palace. The other is converted into a family museum and for the residence of Maharani Badan Kanwar and her family. It is well known for art deco design, sports and many activities. It was constructed between 1930 and 1940s. It is still sixth private residence and activities of the world the use of marble in the palm court with the Taj Mahal. It contains 340 rooms of which 64 are being used as guest quarters. Many facilities like ballroom, libraries, swimming pool, ballroom and many others are made available here. Umaid Bhawan was originally built as Maharaja’s employment project for the local population to famine relief at the time. The workers received food and shelter and a small payment.
Price: USD 340
4.Taj Hari Mahal:
Taj Hari Mahal is a recreation of a 14th-century fort. Mahal offers all the keys of a modern international hotel, but without the charm of other old buildings, despite being every bit fantastic, call us old-fashioned but we like things to be old, not just looking. It provides convenient and comfort for its customers. All activities of the area are possible, including a visit to the village of Bishnoi and dinner in the Thar desert.
Price: USD 90
Pal Haveli is an 18th-century construction which is still owned and managed by the royal family. The rooms are on the top with wall carvings, carpets, paintings and furnishings. The rooftop offers a beautiful view of the main monuments of the city including the fort. It is a historical building in a prime and convenient location for exploring the city. Even if you do not stay here, considering coming for dinner. The rooftop terrace offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the fort.
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Price: USD 60