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Rambagh Palace

Rambagh Palace

Rambagh Palace was initially a four-room pavilion which was constructed for Kesar Badaran in the year 1835, chief lady-in-waiting to Maharani Chandrawatji. The palace is sprawled over 47 acres of area and was ultimately converted into a hotel in 1972.

The hotel is managed and supervises by the Taj Group since the time; it was converted into a hotel. The palace is also featured in Peter Coats’, “The Most Beautiful Gardens in the World” of Rambagh Palace. The lush green gardens in front of the Rambagh Palace are all bloom with Ashok, Bougainvillea and Lantana Trees. In the premises of the palace, there is An Oriental Garden, which gives a reflection of Chinese motifs and patterns.

Acclaimed as one of the best hotels in the royal state of Rajasthan, the palace is dotted with the miniature frescos, portraits, royal artifacts; arsenal of the Mewar Dynasty along with the history-soaked interiors will take you to the historical times. All the rooms in the palace complex are decorated with original frescos and the furniture from the toshakhanas or royal storerooms will envelop you in velvety opulence.

The rooms in the palace are spacious and are well equipped with modern amenities. The palace has a range of cuisines including Indian, Chinese and Continental are served besides traditional Rajasthani delicacies.

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