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Steeped in centuries of history, the Royal Heritage Haveli Jaipur narrates fables of the 18th century Rajasthan

MAR 10, 2022 | By Rhea Sinha
Remarkably repurposed, the original interiors of the former hunting lodge are still in view all through the haveli, including the private bathrooms; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur
The suites each repurpose a number of antique authentic furnishings festooned with rich fabrics; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur
Illustrating luxury fit for a Maharaja, the indigo-coloured marvel embraces its history as a private zenana; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur
Also informally known as the blue room, suite 104 is surpassingly sought after by the resort's visitors; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur
Preserving its authentic architecture from the 18th century, the hideaway is the perfect amalgamation of classic and contemporary design; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur
As ethical as it is exquisite, the hotel operates on solar power; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur
An opulent oasis in the city, the hotel offers a romantic royal like repose to its guests; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur
Warranting paramount privacy and comfort, some of the rooms even include additional leisure expenses such as balconies or terraces; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

Travel back to the time of the royals at this dreamy venue in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Dubbed the Royal Heritage Haveli, it was built in the 18th century by his highness Madho Singh Ji as a hunting lodge, now refurbished after 150 years as a stunning boutique hotel in India.

Today, the splendid lodging is acclaimed for its amiable hospitality and heartiness, trickling to the very elements of luxury and leisure, providing personalised experiences of the bygone era for every guest. 

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Royal heritage haveli jaipur in Rajasthan
Bold, bright hand-painted frescoes adorn the walls in an Indo-Mughal approach; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

 

Royal Heritage Haveli Jaipur in Rajasthan
Experience extravagance righteous for a regal in the ravishing rooms at the Royal Heritage Haveli in Jaipur; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

Enveloped by emerald green gardens flushed with flora, stretched over 100,000 sq ft the estate is blanketed with lush lawns, comfortable courtyards, opulent ornamentation and luxurious living areas.

Including a total of 14 suites and one apartment, featuring exclusive themes and decor washed in individual colour schemes each, the Royal Heritage Haveli is devoted to delivering private and pacific sanctorium to their visitors. 

All spaces are furnished with first-rate amenities and fittings fit for the au courant individual; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

 

The radiant resort is reminiscent of rooted Rajasthani culture and customs

Reflecting rooted Rajasthani craftsmanship inherited round generations, the resort illustrates an image of traditional time-honoured architecture mingled with modernist minimal details. The property grants its guests a glimpse of the area’s abundance of history and hospitable visit apt for the 21st century. 

Adorned in an Indo-Mughal approach to its aesthetics, with bright and beautiful hand-painted frescoes dressing the walls, all-embracing arches allowing in an abundance of natural light and baroque block and tile, each room exudes an old world charm and opulence of its own.

Intricate archaic interior details in the hotel’s architecture including hand painted ceiling frescoes strike the observer’s eye; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

 

Baroque block and tiles craft a classic clean canvas for the colourful chrome schemes in the suites; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

Repurposing a number of the authentic antique furnishings festooned with rich fabrics, the suites are an impeccable example of courtly conduct perfecting the melange of a charming, conscious and cultural way of living.  

Suite 104, informally known as the blue room is surpassingly sought after. Luxury fit for a maharaja, the royal repose opens with an imposing door and an attached heirloom brass knocker, into a striking indigo-couloured marvel.

The resort’s cover reflects Rajasthani craftsmanship inherited round generations; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

Also reputed to be one of the regal rooms in the hotel, the blue room owes to its history as a private zenana, where bachelorette women would lodge in yesteryear. 

Set in the exteriors of the dwelling, a lap pool fenced by sand-coloured Jaisalmer stone and marble sunbathing sections boasts views of umbrella palms and frangipani trees. Also relished in the warmth of the sun is the long veranda, serving as the optimal breakfast post.

Flushed with flora, lush lawns and charming courtyards the estate is stretched over 100,000 sq ft; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

The Baradari, a stunning stone and marble veranda is available for reservations for more intimate, exclusive dinner settings. Custom bevelled glass trophy shields at the art-deco inspired Mehrab bar curate a milieu of an old-world hunting lodge set in a contemporary backdrop. 

Enveloped by emerald green gardens, each room at the resort exhibits a distinct design scheme of its own; Photographs by the Royal Heritage Haveli, Jaipur

All lodging at the hideaway warrant paramount privacy and comfort, equipped with blackout curtains, linen service air conditioning and some even include additional leisure expanse such as balconies or terraces. Operated on solar power, the hotel is as ethical as it is exquisite. Walk into a world of archaic and whimsical enamour and visit the Royal Heritage Haveli Jaipur for a royal repose at the hidden gem. 

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