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Located in the small town of Alsisar in the heart of Rajasthan’s Shekhawati region, Alsisar Mahal is an excellent example of a traditional fort which has been converted into a heritage hotel. The Fort has been lovingly refurbished and while still retaining its original character it now boasts superb modern amenities & facilities.
Laxmi Niwas Palace is a fascinating Maharajas palace that has been beautifully restored into a hotel providing guests with a taste of the past blended with modern conveniences.
Located just 45 minutes from Udaipur overlooking the village of Delwara in the heart of the Aravalli hills, sits the magnificent 18th Century Palace - Devi Garh.
Perched on top of the Aravalli Hills, this picture perfect palace cannot fail to impress with its splendid central courtyard, battlements, domes, turrets, and huge gateways. The property has been immaculately restored by the Chundawat family, who reside at the fort and can regularly be found around the grounds chatting with guests.
Set amidst 26 acres of lush gardens and regarded as the last of the great palaces of India the Umaid Bhawan Palace (managed by luxury hotel group Taj) is a truly breathtaking property. Set above the ‘Blue City’ of Jodhpur commanding spectacular views, the palace was formally one of the largest residences in the world.
Located in the picturesque area of Eastern Rajasthan between Agra and Ranthambhore sits the stunning 350 year old Ramathra Fort. The fort has been lovingly restored to its former glory and now operates as a spectacular heritage hotel.
Located midway between Jodhpur & Bikaner, within the walls of Nagaur Fort, Ranvas consists of ten 18th century haveli’s which have been sensitively restored and now operates as a luxury heritage hotel.
Located in the picturesque village of Narlai in the heart of the Aravalli hills, this delightful boutique hotel was once the hunting lodge of the local rulers and is the main reason to turn a visit to Narlai into an overnight stay.
Located in the small village of Rohet approximately 60kms south of Jodhpur, Rohet Garh is a spectacular 350 year old manor which has been lovingly restored and converted into a unique heritage hotel.
Located in the small town of Samode 42kms north west of Jaipur, the Samode Palace is a spectacular example of regal architecture, effortlessly combining Indian and Mughal styles.
Located off the beaten track between Jaipur and Udaipur, Shahpura Bagh was formally the summer home of the rulers of Shahpura and has been restored to create a beautiful boutique style hotel.
Located 20 minutes outside of Udaipur overlooking the Aravalli hills, sits the stunning heritage hotel – Fateh Garh. Fateh Garh is an example of "Heritage Renaissance" - a term used to describe the laborious transplanting of the stone by stone, pillar by pillar of a heritage structure from a place not very far away to a new context.
A luxurious mansion located on the banks of the sacred river Ganges, Nadesar Palace was built by the East India Company to house officers stationed in the Holy city of Varanasi. The Palace was bought by the Maharaja Prabhu Narayan Singh in the late 19th century to offer high quality accommodation to visiting dignitaries and has now been carefully restored by the Taj Group.
The Kasbah Bab Ourika sits on a rocky outcrop at the gateway to the Atlas Mountains, a magnificent retreat just 35 minutes from Marrakech.
“The best rooftop views in North Africa” according to Condé Nast Traveller Magazine, the Kasbah du Toubkal is a rustic yet wonderful mountain retreat framed against the magnificent Mount Jebel Toubkal. At 1800m above sea-level, it is nestled deep in the Atlas Mountains beside the traditional berber village Imlil yet is only 1½ hour’s drive from Marrakech.
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