7 Heritage Hotels that will fulfill your ‘Khoobsurat’ Dreams

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Do you sometimes secretly find yourself daydreaming about being a prince/princess or a Sonam Kapoor in a royal palace ? 😉 We know that Bollywood drives us a bit crazy and has a potential to transport us into a fantasy land, but do you know that one place which can actually make all your fairy tale dreams come true? Well well You guessed t right!  It is nowhere other than Rajasthan !

So let us introduce you to the 7 heritage hotels in Rajasthan which will make your dream of being treated like a maharaja or maharani  come true, and spoil you with all the royal lifestyle  🙂

 

Taj Lake Palace

Grandest among the grands, Taj Lake Palace is like a magnificent fairy tale from the royal epoch suffused with luxury in the middle of the lake in Udaipur. Right from the moment you enter the Taj Lake Palace, you’ll be amazed to see the grandeur and lavishness oozing out from each corner.

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Ajit Bhawan, Jodhpur

India’s first heritage hotel, Ajit Bhawan Palace is the epitome of erstwhile elegance.  Tastefully ornamented in distinctive hues, glowing in the radiance of a rich legacy, each suite of Ajit Bhawan bestows a mélange of elegance and modern luxurious amenities. The suites at Ajit Bhawan render a perfectly polished essence of Royalty, which you seek in a regal heritage hotel.

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Ajit Bhawan

Ajit Bhawan

Chomu Palace

Other than the Bollywood flick Bhool Bhulaiya, the Chomu Palace near Jaipur would leave you spellbind with the great influences of the culture and styles of the reigning grandeur over 150 years and represent a marvellous blend of Rajput, Mughal and European lifestyle. As plush as it can be, a stay at Chomu palace is nothing less than Royal, Rich and resplendent.

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Nahargarh Ranthambhore

Former hunting resort of the Rathores of Rajasthan, most luxurious hotel  Nahargarh is an epitome of grandeur and royal reveries in Ranthambhore- the Jungle. Sail into the enigmatic era of royals through its arresting reception, magnanimous dining experience and resplendent rooms.

 

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Rambagh Palace

Jaipur’s erstwhile Royalty spent much of its time in the lavish Rambagh Palace, so most of its amenities are once actually touched by the Royalty. Wherever you cast your eyes the mesmeric royalty would ooze out from its vast expanses, gardens, restaurants and rooms. A perfect destination in Jaipur to live that Khoobsurat (movie) moment to the depth of heart.

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Samode Haveli

While you enter this luxury pad of prince and princesses of Rajasthan, you’ll eventually start getting the charming vibes of Indian royalty. Each courtyard opens into a fairytale world of luxuries to exploit your imaginations.

Image via samode.com

Image via samode.com

Deogarh Mahal

Deogarh Mahal lets you experience the grandeur of an era beyond imagination. With the rooms and suites decorated tastefully and each detail telling the tales of regalia, Deogarh Palace defines Royalty in true sense, to leave you lingering for more visits to this grandiose palace.

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Well we must say in many people’s mind’s eye the quintessential Christmas holidays would include traditional elements such as vacations in deep snow, amid a roaring log fire, a Heidi chalet somewhere in the mountains and a deep sense of relaxation somewhere away from home.  Why don’t you make the most of these holidays by having the taste of luxuries and enjoy “Your Khoobsurat moment” !   This is something unconventional, other than the traditional Christmas celebration, which will leave you with wonderful memories of the vacations!!

Happy Holidays 🙂

 

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