Samode Haveli, Jaipur
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Our rating: Luxury | Property style: Boutique Hotel
Samode Haveli was converted into a heritage hotel in 1988 after previously being the suburban manor house to the Samode Royal family. The building itself faces north so as to avoid the blistering heat of the Rajasthan sun, offering an airy veranda and large pool that one can unwind either in the daytime or the evening. Both the architecture and the décor are reminders of the luxurious yet peaceful lifestyle that many experienced on their visits. The intimacy of the hotel is noticeable by its friendly and attentive staff, providing any guest with a memorable and relaxing stay.
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