Samode Haveli ,
It's central location makes it a convenient place to stay, moments
away from virtually all Jaipur's attractions - historical and cultural
monuments. The Airport is 17 km, Railway Station-6 km, Bus Station-5 km.
: Heritage Hotel
About The Haveli
The Samode Haveli is a small intimate hotel offering personalized service.
It has been meticulously restored and integrated into a unique property.
This unique atmosphere of the contemporary and the historic gives Samode
Haveli a warm & friendly atmosphere enabling guests to relax and treat
it as a home away from home! With its understated luxury, antique furniture,
furnishings and original work-of-art, the hotel is a celebration of
traditional values and gracious living. To be there is to belong.
Each of the 22 well appointed rooms and suites are individually designed
and furnished with genuine antiques and fixtures, old family portraits adorn
the walls, the ambience and experience is further enhanced due to the
presence of state-of-the-art in room amenities.
Samode Haveli features a spectacular hand painted (from floor to ceiling)
dining hall which provides a special setting for dinner, a beautiful airy
verandah (lounge) where afternoon tea is a treat and where you can enjoy
delicate teas & cakes. The staff can also arrange for private meals and
candle-lit dinners in the lush green back garden. Enjoy a puppet show,
traditional Rajasthani dance and music over a drink in the open air lounge
Facilities at Samode Haveli Comprise Baby Sitting, Business Center,
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