Umaid Bhawan Palace
Jodhpur - 342 006
The resort is well located and is at a distance of 3 km from
Airport,Railway Station- 5 Km and Bus Stand -3 Km.
About the hotel
Umaid Bhawan Palace at Jodhpur is one of the largest and grandest private
residences in the world. The palace was built by 3000 artisans worked over
14 years. The palace consumed one million square feet of the finest marble.
It offers 94 rooms and suites. Apart from the guest rooms , they also
provide the Regal Suites - originally used by Maharaja Umaid Singh and his
Maharani. The unique feature of each room is the well-decorated furniture.
In the foyer leading to these suites is a musical fountain made purely of
English Crystal. Some of the old retainers of the royal household still stay
there to serve the needs of present day guests with the gracious
hospitality, a unique hallmark of the Palace.
: Enjoy the sumptuous buffet laid out daily for lunch
and dinner at the Marwar Hall, with a wide choice of Indian, continental and
: The lovely colonnaded verandah, The Pillars is a
perfect setting for a leisurely drink and snack, to enjoy the wintery sun
during the day or watch it set at dusk.
: In winter, theme dinners are often organized in the
Dal Badal, 100-year old intricately designed hunting tent, which is set up
in the Palace.
The Heritage hotel provides spectrum of facilities24-hour room service
Money exchange, Travel counter, Doctor and beautician on call, Laundry and
dry cleaning service, TV Lounge, Shopping Arcade, Palace Museum, Library,
Billiards, Tennis, Badminton, Golf and riding (on request), Private
auditorium/home theatre, Health club, Indoor Swimming Pool.
: Founded by Rao Jodha in 1459, there are palaces
housed within this complex, among them are Moti Mahal and Phool Mahal.
: built in 1899 A.D., Jaswant Thada are a cluster of
royal cenotaphs in white marble, They were built in memory of Maharaja
Jaswant Singh II. Within the main cenotaph are the portraits of various
Umaid Bhawan Palace
: Also known as Chhittar Palace because of the
particular type of sandstone used to built it - which does not decay in the
rains. Portions of the palace have been converted into a hotel and a museum.