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Hotels in Rajasthan
Let us look at some of the well known palaces which are now transformed into hotels in Rajasthan.
Alsisar haveli was once home of Jaipur’s shekhawat thakur.
One of the historic havelis of Rajasthan, Bikaner’s Bhanwar Niwas has now been converted into hotel.
Castle Mandawa which is situated in Mandawa.
Deogarh mahal was originally home of rawat’s of Deogarh but it is now changed into a hotel for tourists.
One of the palaces of Udaipur which is included in palace complex of the city, Fateh Prakash palace is also transformed into a hotel.
Fort Delwara was once residence of royal dynasty. It is a palace hotel now in Udaipur.
Golbagh palace was also one of the royal residences and is situated in Bharatpur.
Khimsar fort is situated in Nagour district and was home of thakurs, is now converted into hotel.
Another royal residence named Kuchaman fort, also in Nagour district is a well known hotel now.
Lake Palace also called as Jag Niwas has been changed into a hotel and was previously a pleasure palace for the royal family.
Jai Mahal also one of the royal residences in Jaipur is now become one of the
hotels in Rajasthan. Lalgarh palace of Bikaner has been partly changed into hotel and the rest part is now a museum.
Laxmi Niwas also a hotel now in Bikaner.
In Bharatpur, there is Laxmi Vilas which has also been converted into a hotel now.
Kanota’s thakurs owned palace named Narain Niwas in Jaipur and it has also been changed into hotel.
Neemrana fort is now a hotel and previously it belonged to Neemrana’s raja. The palace is situated forty miles from Alwar.
In Jaipur we have Raj Mahal palace which has also been converted to a hotel now.
Dholpur maharaja owned Raj Niwas palace, now hotel in Dholpur.
Another hotel in Jaipur named Rambagh palace was also a royal residence.
The hunting lodge of Deogarh named Seengh Sagar has been turned to hotel presently.
Another hunting lodge, Sariska palace is also a frequently visited hotel in Sariska Alwar.
Jaipur’s prime minister used to live in Samode Haveli and it is now a hotel.
A royal guest house Shiv Niwas palace is a place for travelers to stay in Udaipur.
Umaid Bhawan palace where Maharaja of Jodhpur used to live has been partly changed into hotel.
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