Royal Heritage Haveli
Latitude / Longitude: 26.925272, 75.745295
Built in the 18th century by his Highness, Madho Singhji of Jaipur, The Royal Heritage Haveli opens its doors after 150 years as a boutique hotel. It is owned and managed by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur. The property is spread over 100,000 square feet, complete with rambling lawns, serene courtyards, plush interiors and stately living areas.
The hotel is dedicated to provide a quiet and tranquil haven of space and luxury to their guests. It is a place to enjoy a vacation from the mundane with the exceptional hospitality, perfected over generations.
Royal Heritage Haveli Accommodation
It offers 20 well furnished AC rooms. Each room is tastefully decorated with elegantly arched doorways and frescoes on the walls. The decor includes silk and velvet upholstery and handpicked traditional furniture that includes a king-size bed, a writing desk, a wardrobe, a dressing mirror and a couple of wooden chairs. The amenities include attached bath with running hot/ cold water, TV with cable connection, direct phone, mini bar, tea/ coffee maker, internet, slipper and hair dryer.
Royal Heritage Haveli Facilities
It offers restaurant al fresco in the serenity of the inner courtyard of the property, which is an ideal venue for a candle-lit dinner under the stars. White linen, exceptional service and authentic cuisine make every meal a special experience. One can also choose to dine indoors and eat like royalty does!
There is also a 24hours coffee shop, serving a multi-cuisine fare to its diners.
It offers facilities like laundry, parking, safe deposit, room service, security guard, swimming pool, travel counter, Jacuzzi, spa service, wedding service, garden, currency exchange and major cards acceptance.
Royal Heritage Haveli Location
It is located 15kms from the Airport, 5kms from the Railway Station and 6kms from the Bus Stand.
Best For Whom:
- Families With Teenagers
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