Rajasthan boasts some of India’s finest accommodations with its magnificent palaces, centuries-old forts and historic havelis – perfect if you want to travel like a Maharaja or experience unique Rajasthani adventures! A luxury holiday in Rajasthan will guarantee satisfaction.
As part of our effort to help you plan a memorable visit to Rajasthan, we have curated some of the finest heritage hotels. These luxurious accommodations provide guests with exceptional hospitality and legendary ensembles that will add an extra special touch to your journey.
Amanbagh, a Mughal-style garden oasis adorned with fruit trees, frangipani flowers and eucalyptus stands atop the Aravalli Hills near Alwar in northern India – an area with rich early Hindu history.
At one time used as hunting grounds by Maharaja of Alwar, this resort recalls the splendor of Mughal period with modern touches. Designed by American architect Ed Tuttle who passed away earlier this year, it signals a paradigm shift for high-end resorts.
The 24 Haveli suites at Amanbagh (with courtyard, garden and terrace options available) provide light-filled sanctuaries with high domed ceilings. Some feature private pools while others exude grand palatial charm that echoes its castle-like structure.
At this resort, they can arrange for you to experience local traditions by experiencing tea house life, sharing meals in traditional huts, and taking part in the “chhatri” dinner (oxidised dome-shaped monuments with classical music being performed during dinner service). Other excursions available at this resort include visits to nearby lakes, forts, and villages.
RAAS Chhatrasagar, designed by New Delhi-based multidisciplinary architecture and design practice Studio Lotus to protect its sensitive ecological context by employing low impact foundations and lightweight superstructures, boasts 20 guestrooms.
At this hotel, there are 16 air-conditioned guest rooms offering lakeside patios and balconies complete with lake views. Other amenities available to guests include free WiFi access, 24-hour front desk assistance and room service.
Baradari Restaurant at this hotel serves breakfast daily and offers an a la carte menu as well as featuring a heated pool and bar.
Guests of the hotel can also take part in nature walks and bonfires, and go on jeep safaris to visit nearby villages and farms. Furthermore, they may participate in rewilding initiatives adopted by its owners.
An elegant hotel has been created from a 230-year-old warriors’ fort, carefully restored with careful consideration to maintain its original architectural features and create an idyllic oasis in Rajasthani countryside.
Heritage-styled rooms and suites at this hotel draw their design inspiration from Moghul architecture, featuring Jharokha windows, wood doors, and local pottery. In addition, tours to nearby landmarks are offered, along with hiking, biking and camel riding adventures.
At Amarsar and Nazaara, guests can indulge in culinary offerings inspired by the Silk Route for an enjoyable dining experience, while dining alfresco at Nazaara for traditional Rajput cuisine.
The hotel boasts an organic kitchen garden where fresh vegetables, herbs and spices are grown for use by its chef in creating various signature in-house dishes such as salads, Indian cuisine and international specialities.
Neemrana Fort Palace
Neemrana Fort Palace is one of India’s oldest heritage resorts and an instantly endearing blend of history and modernity that you will fall in love with instantly.
Hotel San Remo is an ideal spot for couples and families seeking an unforgettable vacation experience.
There is plenty to do in the area, from sightseeing and ziplining to wildlife safari and vintage car rides. Our hotel is just a short drive from other popular tourist spots such as Siliserh Lake, Sariska National Park and Baori.
Rooms at Hotel Sundaram are furnished with Indian fabrics and feature air conditioning, minibars and bathrooms equipped with showers – as well as free Wi-Fi and self parking facilities.