An architectural marvel, the Umaid Bhwan Palace was designed for the Maharaja in the late 1920’s.
The mystical city of Jodhpur boasts forts and palaces that rise against the backdrop of the surrounding Thar Desert and walled old city. The most spectacular is the Umaid Bhawan Palace, an architectural marvel designed for the Maharaja in the late 1920’s. Part of the palace remains the official abode for Jodhpur’s royal family, while another houses a luxurious heritage hotel that makes guests feel like nobility. Interiors are opulent, with Art Deco touches, gilded furniture and colored murals. The Palm Court, with a soaring 105-foot cupola, stops many visitors in their tracks, as do the royal suites, the former residences of the Maharaja Umaid Singh. Service is unparalleled and the concierge can set up such activities as tennis, village safaris, horseback-riding, polo and croquet.
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