The most beautiful Haveli Hotels in Rajasthan, there’s something unique about Rajasthan’s Havelis — they can make you
feel like one of Rajasthan’s royals in an instant. They also enable you to lounge freely on the dock or just sit around for hours. In other words, vacationing in ancient Havelis is perfect for all seasons; the closest legacy hasli is not far from you with so many of them across Rajasthan. We have the most incredible heritage buildings aka Havelis in front of us, which have now become tourist accommodations. Some are appropriate for big organizations or extended family vacations, while others are more isolated. Check out the beauties of old and gold.
1. Desert Haveli Guest House, Jaisalmer
This historic haveli cum guesthouse, 450-year-old heritage, is situated in Jaisalmer’s Golden Fort. The haveli had an excellent atmosphere, a sophisticated personality, and all the guests are cared for very well. The Queen Deluxe and King Super Deluxe rooms are available in the Haveli.
2. Roopangarh Fort Hotel, Ajmer
If you don’t mind living in an ancient haunted haveli, you’re in for a charming stay in the four-
towered fort and palace of the 17th century, the Roopangarh Fort Hotel in the vicinity of Ajmer.
3. The Hill Fort Kesroli, Alwar
The charming Fort Kesroli Hill dates back to the fourteenth century. The property overlooks green fields and provides a spectacular evening sun perspective. Nothing in the region beats the Hill Fort Kesroli for a journey to remember.
4. Ramathra Fort, Karauli
The Ramathra Fort stands near Ranthambore on a hill overlooking a lake. It provides views of Kalisil River Valley, Daang Plateau, and closeness to Ramathra village, where there are a small farmers and herders tribe living. Staying at this
350-year-old haveli is in itself a unique experience.
5. Piramal Haveli, Shekhawati
This haveli is a tiny and lovely Rajasthani-Italian establishment located in Baggar, Shekhawati, and one of the few intimate heritage hotels in Rajasthan. The Piramal Haveli was constructed near Delhi in 1928 with a vast open garden and two pillared courtyards painted with cool aeroplane frescoes, flying angels and gods in motor cars.
6. Balsamand Lake Palace, Jodhpur
The Bal Samand Lake Palace is located a brief distance from Marwar, Mandore, and just 8 km from Jodhpur. The palace was constructed in the 17th century by Jodhpur’s Maharaja Jaswant Singh I. The huge 60-acre estate has fruit orchards, landscaped gardens, manicured lawns, 26 well-designed garden rooms with their own croquet lawn, rose garden and restaurant.