Rajasthan is the deserted state in India and the most visited by travllers. If you are visit first time to India then maybe you will not find this state good compare to other destinations of India but yes, there is something special which you will not find in any other states.

Rajasthan has a number of palaces and havelis which has been converted into luxurious resorts and hotels that make you feel like Maharaja and Maharani. Read here about the Popular Havelis and Palaces to stay in Rajasthan.

1. City Palace

The City Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces in Rajasthan and overlooks the city of Udaipur. The palace occupies much of the eastern shore of the lake and one of the most beautiful images of the city is over the palace, reflected in the waters of the Pichola side. This is the largest palace in Rajasthan with more than two hectares, and several buildings. The City Palace complex includes Fateh Prakash now a luxury hotel.

Despite sumptuous luxury, you can do stay there for that you will have to book in advance. Even if you do not stay there, you can go to the Terrace Cafe in the same building to contemplate the sunset, since it is probably one of the best places to do it. Another of the complex’s buildings is Shiv Niwas, another wing of the palace converted into a luxury hotel. More expensive than the previous one, it has a completely palatial environment. These are among the best deals in hotels that you can do to sleep in Rajasthan.

City Palace, Udaipur

2. The Oberoi Rajvilas Jaipur

This is one of the most charming hotels in Rajasthan as it is inspired by the life of the nomadic peoples. The hotel has a main palatial building where it has some double rooms and twins, more accessible. But the jewel of the hotel is the rooms that are inspirational tents (with a lot of luxury) in the tents of the nomadic people of the Thar Desert. They are gigantic tents with all that is most splendid. Sleeping in one of these tents is certainly one of the highlights of any Rajasthan trip. Ideal for honeymoon and romantic getaways, no one resists sleeping in Rajasthan in a place like this.

The Oberoi Raj Vilas, Jaipur

3. Ganesh Guest House, Jaisalmer

This is a modest but clean and very economical guesthouse and one of the best deals for sleeping in Rajasthan. The rooms are nice, beautiful and with a magnificent terrace, overlooking the Jain temples. It is a wonderful option for travelers with limited resources. The location is great, just across the Killa Bhawan, and in the heart of the fort and old town.

Ganesh Guest House, Jaisalmer

4. Jagat Niwas Traditional Haveli

The city of Udaipur is probably the best city in Rajasthan to feel like a true Maharaja, since you can stay in. A traditional old haveli reclaimed and overlooking the lake and the palaces of the city and feel inside a romantic setting every day. The rooms are well-kept and cost between € 30 / night (no view on the lake) or € 50 / person (overlooking the lake). If you are looking for romantic accommodation and a magical place to share the moment with your half, Haveli Jagat Niwas is the ideal place to sleep in Rajasthan.

Jagat Niwas Traditional Haveli, Udaipur

5. Alsisar Haveli, Jaipur

Another haveli you cannot miss is the Alsisar Haveli at the epicenter of the pink city, still within the old town. This hotel is an old manor house with typical Rajasthan architecture. Indoor pool, a magnificent restaurant and spa are some of its assets. The terrace is a magnificent place to chat and spend beautiful evenings.

Alsisar Haveli

6. The Raj Palace, Jaipur

If you are looking for a palace to stay in Jaipur then do not go any further! This is a palace in Jaipur reclaimed and transformed into a luxury hotel. The hotel looks like an authentic museum, full of glamour and charm. The rooms are large and spacious with luxuries only within reach of the Maharajas such as wall paintings and decoration objects worthy of exposure. The outdoor space with a beautiful central garden is wonderful as is the magnificent pool and spa. The food is wonderful and the palace even has a giant chessboard for the most enthusiastic.

The Raj Palace, Jaipur

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