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Palgarh A Heritage Hotel


Palgarh A Heritage Hotel

Take a step back in time as you enter through the magnificent archway. Enclosed within Fort walls, this handsome stone mansion forms a quadrangle around bright green lawns and manicured gardens, adorned with flowerbeds and fountains. This gorgeous property is built in soft red stone enriched with delicate carvings, and embellished with archways, breezy, open verandas, and delicate latticework. Delightful paintings and photographs decorate its walls, depicting the family’s history and conjuring up images of times of yore. Sympathetically restored by the family. The Pal family welcome you to their country home.

This ancestral home of the Pal family was built some 300 years ago in the hamlet of Pal, just a short drive from Jodhpur’s Old City. Pal garh is situated in the village of pal. It is ably connected to the Jodhpur city; town may well be explored within 10minutes of reach by road. Airport is a 10 minutes ride from the hotel, which is connected from jaipur, Udaipur, Delhi, Mumbai. Also the railway station is just 15minutes car drive.

20 air-conditioned guestrooms with en suite bathrooms; each traditionally furnished, with all modern amenities.

There is an elegant, air-conditioned dining room or you can dine al fresco on the terrace or the lawns under a canopy of stars. Offers you complete privacy in idyllically peaceful surroundings.

1. Mehrangarh Fort
Beyond question, Mehrangarh Fort tops the list of ‘must visit’ places in Jodhpur. It is one among the largest Indian forts. This invincible fort stands magnificently 400 feet above the city. Rao Jodha constructed the fort in 1459 AD. Though the attempt to construct the fort was started in 1459, the fort had seen many centuries before it was completed. Hence, you could find that the style of architecture represents various periods. The grandeur in architecture is awe-inspiring. It offers stunning views of the city. The fort stands as a symbol of power.

2. Jaswant Thada
Jaswant Thada was built in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh, the Second in the year 1899. This is close to Mehrangarh Fort. The tranquility of the marble construction is enchanting. The carvings are intricate. Inside Jaswant Thada, you will find the portraits of the Rathore rulers. The grounds of Jaswant Thada consist of a stunning multilevel garden, intricately carved gazebos and a pond.

3. Balsamand Lake
Balsamand Lake is an artificial lake that was constructed by Balak Rao Parihar in 1159 AD. The lush greenery around the lake has mango groves, papaya groves and groves of guava, plum and pomegranate. Balsamand Lake Palace was intended to serve as summer resort for the royal family of Jodhpur. The lawns and gardens with birds and peacocks finding their homes here, the place is exquisite. The palace reflects Rajputana style of architecture. The palace turned heritage hotel was built of red sandstone.

4. Kailana Lake
Kailana Lake is located on west of the city. This is yet another artificial lake, which was constructed in the year 1872 by Pratap Singh. This is one amongst the most frequented lakes in Rajasthan. It is a birdwatchers’ paradise. You could sail on a boat if you aim to add some breathtaking photographs to your collection. The view of sunset would be stunning.

5. Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park
The aim behind the formation of Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park in the year 2006 was to restore the rocky area near the fort. Once preliminary steps were taken to restore the land, more than 80 native plant species from the famous Thar Desert were grown. The 200 acres of park is located at the foot of the impregnable Mehrangarh Fort. The place reflects the hard work and dedication of the ecologists who spared no efforts to make the place green.

6. Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum
The construction of Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum was started in the year 1929 and it was completed in 1943. The palace is situated on the highest point in the city. The 347-roomed massive palace is named one of the largest private residences in the world. The palace boasts of a combination of Indian and European style of architecture. A part of the palace still serves as a residence to the former royal family, while other two parts of the palace are converted into Taj Palace Hotel and museum.

7. Mandore Gardens
Mandore, belonging to the 6th century, was Marwar’s capital before Jodhpur was established. Mandore Gardens here attract tourists in great numbers. The Mandore Gardens also house a government museum, a ‘Hall of Heroes’ and a temple to 33 crore Gods. Various artifacts and statues found in the area are housed at the museum. The architectural splendor of the bygone era is clearly evident here.

8. Clock Tower
Clock Tower is a famous landmark in the Old City. It was constructed by Maharaja Sardar Singh during his tenure between 1880 and 1911. The clock tower offers a good view of the fort. Sardar Market is adjacent to Clock Tower where a wide range of products is sold. You can find handicrafts, saris, spices, vegetables and a lot more. There are over 7000 shops and you can have a great shopping experience here.

Famously called the ‘Sun City’ and the ‘Blue City’, tourist places in Jodhpur brings back the days of the past. If you are passionate about things of the past, you will love the city that is rich in palaces, forts and museums. You could indulge yourself in a great purchasing spree as the city offers unique handicrafts, antiques, miniature elephants, silver jewelry and many more. Also, checkout other attractions in Rajasthan by visiting this link.

Palgarh A heritage Hotel
Pal Garh, Pal village, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001
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