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Jodhpur Hotels

Chandra Inn Hotel (3 Star)
Hotel Chandra Inn is a unit of Boob Hotels & Resorts Pvt. Ltd. The hotel, situated at the heart of city, is at a stones' throw distance from airport 1.5 Kms and 3 Kms from the railway station.

Karni Bhawan (Heritage)
Karni Bhawan, delightful red sandstone bungalow of the 40's has been sensitively redone to meet the requirement of the discerning traveller. Lush green gardens combine a homely spirit with hotel efficiency to make a stay at Karni Bhawan very good value indeed.

Ranbanka Palace (Heritage)
In the city of Jodhpur, the gateway to the Thar desert, the magic still lingers and the heritage and splendour of the Ranbanka Hotel. The magnificent sandstone building, built for Maharajadhiraj of Jodhpur, Sir Ajit Singh ji, the younger brother of Maharaja Umaid Singh, tastefully blends the lavish interiors and modern comforts. The hotel is centrally located, overlooking Mehrangoarh Fort on one side and the Bhawan Palace on another.

Taj Hari Mahal (5 Star)
The architecture of the Hotel Taj Hari Mahal is a blend of motifs from the Mandore region and contemporary styling, giving it an air of elegance. It is spread over 6 acres of lush, landscaped gardens and located close to the city centre. It has fully-equipped Business Centre with Internet connectivity.

The Ajit Bhawan (Heritage)
Amid the vast and serene desert milieu Ajit Bhawan, the first Heritage Hotel of India, stands as an oasis of hospitality, pageantry and Rajput character. It offers a world-class elegance with modern comfort. The main building has Deluxe rooms and to its south side lies the sprawling resort with gardens and water bodies. Air-conditioned garden villas surround the garden with a fabulous swimming pool and dining areas.

Umaid Bhawan Palace (5 Star)
The palace is situated above the city of Jodhpur , perched on a hilltop facing the majestic Meherangarh Fort.It was commissioned as a drought relief measure designed and executed by Lancaster and Lodge , a British firm of architects. Umaid Bhawan Palace is the last of the great palaces of India and one of the largest residences in the world ' set amidst 26 acres of lush gardens. Designed by renowned Edwardian architect Henry Lanchester, the palace is a blend of eastern and western architectural influences. Its majestic 105-foot high cupola is influenced by the Renaissance, while the towers draw inspiration from Rajput tradition. The lavish interiors with gilt furniture and elegant artwork follow the Art Deco style, complemented by the exotic murals of the self-exiled Polish artist Stefan Norblin.

WelcomHeritage Bal Samand Lake Palace (Heritage)
Built on the banks of Bal Samand Lake - a 13th century artificial lake, WelcomHeritage Bal Samand Lake Palace has been an exquisite setting for royal leisure and recreation. There is also a beautiful Garden Restaurant, lounge and a bar. The palace is well equipped with modern conference facilities ideal for meetings. There are facilities for horse carriage buggy riding and croquet.