Hotel Samode Palace
Village Samode Dist -Jaipur
Samode - 303806
The palace is situated 41 km from Jaipur and one can take a bus or a taxi
from railway stations to reach the palace.
About the Hotel
Samode Palace hotel is a breathtaking heritage hotel nestled amid the
rugged Aravalli Hills. It one of the best luxury heritage hotels in India's
inspired by most traditional and remote settings. Each property within the
palatial hotel is enhanced by its unique surroundings and expands horizons
for travelers. The interiors of the palace is inspired by conventional
design themes rich in intricate marble work, woodwork and fabrics that
enhance the guest rooms
All the 43 rooms in the hotel are spacious and Suites endorse a balcony.
They are decorated in the serene colors and textures of local Rajasthani
hand block print textiles and adorned with traditional artifacts.
Type of room
- 3 Royal Suites
- 15 Deluxe suites
- 25 Deluxe Rooms
The spacious rooms have marble and mosaic floorings embellished with
cotton woven rugs "durries", antiques and beautifully carved four
poster beds that provide a sense of luxury.
The royal suites in the palace offer a private courtyard, Jacuzzi, a fire
place, a L.D. Player and C.D Player. Within these exquisite surroundings are
found the most modern amenities-a blend of contemporary comfort and
Dining At Samode
The restaurant serves mouthwatering Indian, continental, Asian and European
Effort has been made to suit all tastes. For added romance the staff in the
restaurant can arrange for a candle lit dinner in one of the terraces in
complete privacy or any other venue of your choice. Al fresco dining under
the stars is a rare treat than can be enjoyed every day.
Samode provide conference rooms for business and social gatherings.
Conference rooms can accommodate 50 persons equipped with all audio video
equipment. Al fresco, reception, can gather up to 150 people. Special theme
lunches and dinners can be organized
Built in 1799 A.D the Hawa Mahal or Palace of winds is a major Rajput
landmark .This five storey building along the main street of the old city is
in pink splendour with semioctagonal and delicately honey combed sandstone
windows . The Monument was originally conceived with the aim of enabling
ladies of the royal household to watch the everyday life and royal
processions of the city
A stone observatory Largest of Jai Singh's Five remarkable
observatories Its complex instruments , whose settings and shapes are
scientifically designed , represent the high points of medieval Indian
Astronomy .The Most striking of these are the Ram Yantras used for gauging