Where to Stay in Rajasthan: Top 3 Luxury Hotels for Travellers

Rajasthan is one of the largest states in India by area located on the north-western side of the India. Rajasthan shares a border with the Pakistani provinces of Punjab to the northwest and Sindh to the west, along the Sutlej-Indus river valley.

Basically Rajasthan is famous for majestic forts; Amer fort, Nahargarh fort, etc, The Thar desert, beautifully build temples, the most haunted place of the world; Bhangarh, Havelis, and some royal places in Rajasthan like Udaipur; famous for lake, Jodhpur; the blue city, etc. Due to these royal and ancient places, Rajasthan has emerged to be one of the leading international tourist destinations of the world.

There are numbers of luxury hotels and guesthouse available at the affordable rates in Rajasthan for all budgets, from luxury to backpacker.

King's Retreat

It is one of the most popular heritage guesthouses and it is only a few hundred meters from the fort and a few minutes’ walk from Step Well Square in the old city. Moreover, the property was recently renovated but still has ample old-world charm including high ceilings, arched windows, stained glass, vintage photographs of past kings, and an outdoor courtyard with fountain, as it's a friendly place, with hosts that can't do enough for their guests.

Singhvi's Haveli

Singhvi's Haveli is very ancient with over 500 years old and will take you on a trip down memory lane. The Maharaja of Jodhpur gave the property to the present owners' great grandfather Sri Akheraj Sa Singhvi, who was a Commander in Chief of the Maharaja's army, in 1778. The 11 guest rooms are adorned with family portraits, traditional decor, and other nostalgia and the suites are particularly elaborate and atmospheric. This Haveli is situated at the back of the fort in the Navchokiya area, which is the bluest part of Jodhpur.

The Arch

It is the newly Boutique Home stay opened in December 2017, immediately impressing guests with its decor and kind service. This hotel has a fabulous location in the old city, right at Step Well Square and only 100 meters from RAAS. Furthermore, you can even see the step well from its rooftop and watch people swimming, as the heritage building has been tastefully refurbished, keeping its rustic elements intact while adding modern guest comforts such as air-conditioning, and soft mattresses and pillows. Besides, There are six guest rooms, all unique, attractive, impressive, have balconies, and different with restaurant that serves delicious vegetarian cuisine, including traditional Rajasthani dishes that are hard to find elsewhere.



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