Chanoud Garh, Rajasthan
Housed in a 300-year-old fort palace of the Mertia Rajput dynasty in the middle of the Thar desert in the village of Chanoud Gar Village in Jodhpur, CHANOUD GARH hotel is a royal oasis in the middle of golden sand dunes.
Widely regarded as one of the best heritage hotels in India, prides itself on its legendary homemade Rajasthani cuisine, collection of antiques, manicured gardens and legendary Rajput hospitality.
Umaid Bhavan Palace, Jodhpur
Built between 1928 and 1943, the erstwhile residence of the Jodhpur Royal family (the sixth biggest private residence in the world) combines old-world Rajasthani architectural grandeur with modern influences.
Perched atop the highest point in Rajasthan, the Chittar Hill, UMAID PALACE offers a splendid view of the Blue City, the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort and the vast desert of Rajasthan.
All the amenities of a 5-star hotel amidst a 26 acres royal oasis of opulence with dancing peacocks in sprawling gardens and unimaginable luxury await you.
Taj Nadesar Palace, Veranasi
Overlooking the holy Ganges in the holiest city of the Hindu faith, Varanasi, the NADESAR is a palatial palace built in 1835.
Nestled in the middle of Jasmine fields and sprawling mango orchards, this heritage Palace boasts antique artwork & furniture, a mini golf course, an outdoor pool and a pampering Jiva Spa.
Pashan Garh, A Taj Safari, Panna National Park
PASHAN GARH, literally “a stone fortress,” modeled after the dry-packed stone houses of the Panna region, is built in the form of a collection of 12 stone cottages in a 200-acres private wilderness in Panna National Park.
One of its main attractions is an amazing lookout tower that offers stunning birdwatching and star-gazing opportunities.
Glenburn Tea Estate, Darjeeling
Picture a lush green tea estate in the high mountains of the Himalayas which oozes beauty, calmness and serenity.
Glenburn, a Scottish tea company, established the estate in 1859 in the Kanchenjunga Mountain range above the bank of River Rungeet.
Now in able hands of the Prakashes, (one of India’s pioneering tea-planting families), THE GLENBURN ESTATE is an idyllic haven in the mountains, perfect for a private family escape.