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Best 5-Star Luxury Hotels In Jodhpur 2024

Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan. Popularly known as the “Blue City” due to the hue of blue its old quarter, Jodhpur and is an important stopover in the Rajasthan tourist circuit.

The city is famous for one of India’s most mammoth forts, the 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort which is perched atop a hill and overlooks the city. Other tourist attractions in Jodhpur include the 19th century Umaid Bhawan Palace (residence of the Maharaja of Jodhpur), the historical Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower Market), Camel safaris in the Thar Desert, and legendary local festivals.
However, a large number of tourists are also drawn to the Blue City due to its palace and Havelis (medieval mansions), many of which have not been converted into 5-star luxury hotels offering top-notch hospitality.

If you are planning on heading to Jodhpur in 2024, here is a list of the 10 best 5-star luxury hotels in the region.

 1. Raas, Jodhpur



The Raas Jodhpur is chic, intimate, and gorgeous. It is nestled in the shadow of the towering Mehrangarh Fort. It is the first thing you see when you step outside into the traditional rectangular Rajasthani lawns that are meticulously landscaped.

Comprising 4 stand-alone buildings that replicate the architectural design and outlay of ancient Havelis, Raas is an intimate boutique establishment where modern luxury meets indigenous culture. It is located only 500 meters from the Clock Tower and offers an outdoor pool, 2 dining options (Local and international cuisine), and 24-hour room service.

The Darikhana “Chamber of Carpet” was built in the 18th century as the guest house of royalty, and now hosts the popular alfresco dining venue. Another in-house restaurant the Baradari was built in the 1850s as the Landlord’s personal entertainment pavilion.

Amenities: Spa, Salon, Swimming pool, gift shop.
Rooms start at $ 300 per night per room.


2. Umaid Bhawan Palace (Jodhpur)


Umaid Bhawan

The Umaid Bhawan Palace is regal, opulent, and lavish. Completed in the 1940s, the Umaid Bhawan Palace was commissioned by the Maharaja of Jodhpur Umaid Singh—whom it is now named after. Historians consider it the last of the great palaces of the “Princely States” era that ended with the independence of India in 1947.

Unlike the palaces built before it which are constructed in the Indo-Saracenic (a blend of Indian and Mughal) tradition, the Umaid Bhawan Palace adds British colonial, Tudor, and Italian influences to the Indo-Saracenic style. It took over 15 years to build this magnificent palace, and it is one heck of a visual delight.

Part if the palace is now converted into a luxury palace hotel, the Umaid Bhawan is one of India’s most notable luxury heritage hotels. If you want to experience how Maharaja Umaid Singh lived, this hotel is for you.

Amenities: J Wellness Circle Spa, Yoga, outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, 24-hour business center, yoga facility, billiards and pool tables, squash courts, golf course.
Rooms start at $ 840 per night per room per night.

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3. Taj Hari Mahal, Jodhpur


Taj Hari

Taj Hari Mahal is operated by the Taj Group of Luxury Hotels (a leading name in the Indian industry).

Snuggled in six acres of traditional lawns, the Taj Hari Mahal is a spectacular sight with its miniature artworks, jewel-toned furniture, latticed windows, beguiling frescoes, reflecting water fountains, and Rajasthani-styled arched hallways.

Other notable amenities on offer include an outdoor swimming pool, a high-end spa, a world-class gym, a wellness program, several business/conference rooms, and a banquet hall.

Amenities: Fitness center, spa, pool, banquet halls.
Rooms start at $ 250 per night per room.


4. Ajit Bhawan, Jodhpur


Ajit bhawan


The second most important person in the Kingdom of Jodhpur after the Maharaja lived in the Ajit Bhawan—the Prime Minister of the Kingdom (and the younger brother of the Maharaja).

This Palace Hotel is located between two main attractions of the city—the Mehrangarh Fort and the Umaid Bhawan Palace. It has been painstakingly restored to its original glory.

The Prime Minister was a big fan of the Art-Deco wave, and hence the 70 deluxe rooms and suites of the Ajit Bhawan bear heavy Indian Art-Deco influences. With 26 acres of delightful gardens, regal fountains, a fitness center, several dining options, and a Zodiac swimming pool, the Ajit Bhawan is a high-quality 5-star establishment with a royal aura about it.

Amenities: Fitness center, guided city tours, guided Mehrangarh tours, Swimming pool.
Rooms start at $ 355 per night per room.

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5. The Rohet House, Jodhpur


Rohet House

The Rohet House was established in 1969 by the Late Thakur Manvedra Singh and Late Thakurani Jayendra Kumari and is set in 14,000 sq. feet of private space which offers a calm getaway from the buzz and noise of the city.

This beloved family house, painstakingly preserved and repurposed as a homely boutique hotel offers six suites and two rooms, a large outdoor swimming pool, a plush dining room, vast verandas, a large manicured garden, and cozy lounges.

The House of Rohet owns other heritage hotels in Rohet Garh and Mihir Garh (the ancestral estates of the family). The current design of Rohet House is a reflection of the astute aesthetic sense of the present Thakurani Rashmi Singh.

Amenities: Swimming pool, suites, rooms, in-house dining, lawns.
Rooms start at $ 300 per night per room.

6. Welcomhotel by ITC Hotels, Jodhpur


ITC Hotel

Located on the Uchiyarda Road in the heart of the city, the WelcomHotel By ITC Hotels is a blissful oasis of over 4,000 sq meters that offers 98 rooms and villas, 2 food and beverage outlets, 3 banqueting & meeting venues, a fitness center, an outdoor swimming pool, a gym, and a spa.

The in-house spa K by Kaya Kalp offers a range of massages but is particularly famous for its deep tissue massage.

Amenities: Spa, swimming pool,
Rooms start at $ 125 per night per room.

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7. WelcomHeritage Bal Samand Lake Palace


Bal Samand

The Balsamand Lake is located 5 km outside of Blue City. The Balsamand Palace was built in the 17th century by Maharaja Jaswant Singh I of Jodhpur and has now been transformed into a heritage hotel by the well-respected WelcomeHeritage Group.

Blending old-world charm with modern comfort, this palace hotel is set on 60 acres of private estate filled with fruit orchards, wide-open lawns, and flower gardens.

Hotel amenities include an in-house restaurant (multi-cuisine), a swimming pool, a bar, horseback riding, a golf course, buggy rides, a spa, and boat rides.

Amenities: Horseback riding, golf, buggy rides, spa, boat rides.
Rooms start at $ 190 per night per room.

8. Daspan House, Spruce Hospitality, Jodhpur


Daspan House

Housed in a 100-year-old sandstone structure characterized by its intricate carving, Daspan House is a proud offering of Spruce Hospitality that offers 18 individually styled rooms with traditional Rajasthan-styled windows opening into a landscaped garden. The establishment also has an infinity swimming pool on the first floor.

It is located on Old Loco Road in the Ratanada neighborhood, which is also the name of its chic restaurant and bar that offers a wide range of Indian and international cuisines and refreshing cocktails. Among the bespoke experiences, the Daspan House offers are exclusive private heritage tours of Jodhpur, Heritage Liquor tasting sessions, and travel “Champi” head massages.

Amenities: Bar, restaurant, heritage liquor tasting, swimming pool
Rooms start at $ 140 per night per room.

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 9 . Indana Palace, Jodhpur


Indana Palace

Indana Palace is housed in a modern building built in a style that replicates the Royal Marwar heritage with its delicate jaali (lattice) work, regal columns, giant domes, massive courtyards, and royal arches. For accommodation, the Indana offers a range of 5-star units comprising executive rooms and suites.

Notable amenities at the Indana Palace include a signature spa called the Zodiac, an outdoor swimming pool & Jacuzzi, a business center, a banquet hall, several fine dining restaurants, a beauty salon, a billiards room, a children’s play area, a health club, and a steam room.

Amenities: Salon, spa, bar, pool.
Rooms start at $ 110 per night per room.

10. Radisson Hotel, Jodhpur



Located near the Clock Tower and Mandore Garden, the Radisson Jodhpur wears a regal red-sandstone façade, gold leafing, and Haveli-style carving. It has all the amenities that you can expect from a 5-star hotel like a 24-hour concierge, 24-hour room service, an on-site R3 Natural Spa, two bars, and two on-site fine dining restaurants.

The Radisson Blue offers 96 well-furnished suites and rooms which come with a minibar, flat-screen TV, and free wifi.

Amenities: Two bar, Spa, swimming pool, concierge
Rooms start at $ 125 per night per room.

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