Desert state Rajputana, now known as Rajasthan, fascinates every traveller with its rich history and culture. A history buff must travel to Rajasthan to listen the incredible tales of Rajputs’ chivalry and romance.
Tourists, who visit this city once, want to come year after year because of its distinctiveness as it has everything from radiant fairs and festivals, colourful handicrafts to soulful music and dance. Folk dances on sand dunes after sunset are simply breathtaking.
Rajasthan is also world-famous for its dances like Gair Ghoomar, Raika, Gauri and Jhoria. Desert Festival and Pushkar Festival fill vibrant colours to the lives and show desert people’s traditional and cultural life.
India is widely known for its architectural brilliance because of Rajasthan’s fascinating Havelis, which still retain the glory and charm of the past. Jaisalmer’s Nathmalji-ki-Haveli and Patwon Ki Haveli are just a few of them that have spectacular paintings and exquisite mirror work.
Most of the five-star hotels like Hotel Mansingh Towers, Hotel Clarks Amer, Hotel Mansingh, Hotel Jaipur Palace, Trident Hilton, Hotel Park Plaza, Le Meridien, KK Royal Day and Chokhi Dhani are situated in the capital Jaipur.
Besides all the basic amenities, the hotels also have money exchange facility, cyber café, travel desk, health centre, beauty saloon, laundry and business centre. Some of these hotels also have shopping arcades, executive lounge and even baby sitters. To give a traditional touch, some of the hotels also welcome their guests with aarti, tika, shehnai and nagada and also feature puppet shows.
If elegant interiors and international-standard services touch every guest’s heart, so are the panoramic view of the Aravali Mountains, beautiful lakes and lush green landscaped gardens. Most of these luxurious hotels are also conveniently located on Delhi-Jaipur highway and are not very far from the Jaipur airport.