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Jaipur's imperial Hari Mahal Palace is where heritage marries modernity!

While staying at this aristocratic place, one can discover Jaipur's history, landscapes, heritage and folklore.

Do you often get intrigued by the lifestyle of the royals? Then the Hari Mahal Palace in Jaipur will give you a first-hand experience of the royal Rajasthani life. Back in the year 1930, the palace was built as a city residence for Rajadhiraj Hari Singh of Achrol. Located on Jacob Road, 2.8 kilometres from the centre of the city, it is an ideal spot for tourists and business travellers alike.

While one part of the palace is still home to Rajadhiraj Mahendra Singh, the other parts of the palace have been turned into a luxury hotel. The palace provides a traditional Rajasthani touch with modern-day facilities and if you wish to experience the opulence, this is where you have to be, when in Jaipur.

A blend of Rajput, Mughal and British styled architecture

The captivating panorama of the hotel, embraced in historical architecture and lush green gardens, indulges one in the illustrious age of grace and beauty, in regards to the royal era of Jaipur. The structure of the palace is a blend of Rajputana, Mughal and British-style designs and architecture. While staying at this aristocratic place, one can discover Jaipur's history, landscapes, heritage and folklore- intermixing the authentic architectural heritage with modern living.

Hari Mahal Palace is a kilometre from Jaipur Railway Station and 2 kilometres from the nearest bus station. The Jaipur Airport is just 12 km away from the palace. Due to its premier location, the palace is amongst the favourite places of tourists.

Choose your wing for an imperial stay!

One can enjoy the elegance of Rajasthani-themed décor without missing out on the modern facilities at the Hawa Mahal Palace. The palace has two wings, Heritage and Deluxe. The Heritage wing of the palace has a total of 11 different suites with themes like Achrol, Pachar, Udaipur, Jaipur, Hadoti, Jodhpur, Shekhawati, Kishangarh, Bikaner and Jaisalmer- with due reflection to the royal past of the place.

The suites, named after the erstwhile princely cities, have gorgeous furnishings that reflect the vibrant colours of the places they're named after. Original artworks and photographs of these areas, add to the heritage of the place.

The Deluxe wing of the property comprises of 29 newly constructed rooms. With modern-day décor and marble flooring, the aesthetics of the rooms in this wing, fall in line with the feel of the palace, magnificently. Named 'Tirthraj', the Deluxe wing has rooms that are fully equipped with state-pf amenities, a common living area, a well-equipped kitchen, a sit-out area and a lot more.

Fine-dine & a lot more

This palace-turned-hotel has a lot of facilities to offer, including but not limited to Wi-Fi accessible rooms, round the clock room service, parking facility, car rentals and so on. The Hari Mahal Palace also presents a fine dining experience for the guests by offering various Indian and international cuisines. So no matter what your palate preferences are, it will be heeded to, in delish ways surely. Further, guests can head to the travel desk to participate in sightseeing trips!

Knock Knock!

Save yourself from the deadly virus, so you can relish the taste of the traditional Rajasthani delights and smell the royalty served on a platter at the Hari Mahal Palace! Let the magical allure of the palace take you back to the royal era, reads their official website.

Location: Jacob Rd, Civil Lines, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Official website: Hari Mahal Palace

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