Umaid Bhawan Palace
The Umaid Bhawan Palace is an enchanting royal home built in the 1940s. The royal family still resides on one wing of the palace while a museum and lavish heritage hotel designed by Henry Lancaster occupies other areas. Staying at any of its 64 luxurious rooms and being waited on hand and foot by bespoke butlers would surely make guests feel like royalty.
Wake up to chirping birds and dancing peakcocks by the nearby gardens, refresh by dipping in the subterranean swimming pool or the outdoor pool, and relaxing at the rejuvenating Jiva Spa. Dining is also a glamorous regal affair whether you’re having a romantic dinner in your own suite or at the rooftop restaurant that has a veranda with a stunning view of the nearby Mehrangarh Fort.