Rajmahal Palace In Jaipur Gets A Royal Makeover



Image Courtesy- SUJÁN Rajmahal Palace, Jaipur, India
The Rajmahal Palace is the oldest and the most prestigious properties in Jaipur, located in the heart of the ‘Pink City’. It has undergone a massive makeover by famed designer for Good Earth – Adil Ahmad along with Princess Diya Kumari, daughter of Late His Highness Maharaja Bhawani Singh Ji of Jaipur.

The old traditions have been renewed at the Rajmahal Palace by infusing bright and vibrant colors, also keeping in mind the tranquil and pastel color palette. There has been use of many Jaipuri prints and motifs. The walls have been decorated with 46 different styles of hand blocked papers, featuring polo horses and other royal symbols. Ten feet tall painting of Maharajas and extra ordinaryand exotic birds and animals has also been showcased.  Around 14 suites have been painted in soft shades which create a calm and soothing environment in the dry arid region of the Thar Desert.

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Image Courtesy- SUJÁN Rajmahal Palace, Jaipur, India

SUJAN  have been handed with the managerial functions of this imperial hotel. They have widened the range of meals with fruit platter for breakfast, leafy salads for lunch and rich Indian feasts in dinner. Their team of managers, chefs, and housekeepers will look after the hospitality at the Rajmahal Palace and will make sure that the stay here becomes memorable.

As the interiors have got a shocking and striking transformation, the exteriors are definitely not left untouched. The gardens have been renewed from the inspiration of Persian gardens, fountains have been installed and there are horse carriages to sail into the regal gates of Rajmahal Palace. There will be an outdoor swimming pool and a spa with two shops; a Palace Collection Boutique, with items of décor and Kashmir Loom, who are the makes pure Kashmiri shawls.

Credit-This feature appears in the spring issue of Ultratravel, the Telegraph’s luxury travel magazine, available on March 14. 

For more details, check out- http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/travel/63932/rajmahal-palace-hotel-jaipur-sujan-review-and-details.html


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