Apart from exploring places, travelers should keep heritage property in their bucket list. Going back to those gone eras are very equally exciting. One such royal heritage property is Ranbanka Palace of Jodhpur or the blue city. Ranbanka Palace is named after the war cry – Ranbanka Rathore, meaning the invincible!
Believed to be India’s first heritage hotel the Ranbanka Palace is also known as the Classic Heritage Hotel’ certified by the Ministry of Tourism. Built-in 1927 for Maharajadhiraj Sir Ajit Singh Ji, this palace hotel in Jodhpur stands as a proud testament to the royalty of times bygone. Equally mesmerising is the restoration of this regal palace to accommodate world-class hotel facilities and eco-friendly enhancements.
Located at just about 4 kilometres from Jodhpur Airport, Ranbanka Palace Hotel, Jodhpur is also suitably situated to access a plethora of tourist attractions around the famous Blue City. Offering guests the best of service, our heritage hotel is the hallmark of blending together the best of old-world charm and regal hospitality with modern amenities and customised service.
Staying at this heritage palace is a lifetime experience. Each and every room, suites showcase Jodhpur’s history, luxury, and cultural heritage. The stay here is divided into two parts—one is Jodhana and another is Bisalpur experiences. Guests staying in the Jodhana Suites can experience luxurious intricacies of a bygone era. Guests can also visit the Bisalpur reserve for an exclusive safari and picnic featuring lots of sightings, traditional tea and snacks served in kansa vessels, sun downers and a spectacular sunset.
Guests can dine at The Panchranga multi-cuisine restaurant, which offers Western, Oriental and Indian dishes. The 150 seaters air-conditioned indoor dining area overlooks the central courtyard. Another option is Rajsthani Baithak, designed for unwinding and lounging and the most sought after dish here is the Ranbanka Thali. The Jodhana lounge menu features delicacies from the erstwhile royal family’s own kitchen. Some of the signature dishes are “junglee murgh” and “laal maas”.
All three restaurants are run under Chef Sayyad M.A.’s supervision. Luxury destinations are incomplete without a spa and there is the Baradari here. Along with a massage, guests are treated to the Kaalbelia, one of the most sensuous dance forms of Rajasthan.
So, do plan a vacation here as the beauty of this palace is unmissable.
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