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 Jaipur City

The land of Queens and Kings

We carefully select our locations in Rajasthan as the Founder, Maya Swati Devi, is been travelling to India since 1996 and immersed herself in the local tradition, history, culture and customs.

Our Havelis, are some of the most spectacular havelis to have been constructed in Jaipur.

Originally, these wonderful havelis were created as town houses by the landed gentry and wealthy business men of the day.

They were often grand affairs with terraces and several courtyards which served to provide shade as well as keep the houses light and well ventilated, essential in the harsh climates of Rajasthan.

Today, many of these have been converted into charming hotels.

The modern additions of a swimming pool, and choice of restaurants, add to the Royal experience.

The exquisite architecture of ramparts, intricate balconies and spacious rooms give the feel of the regal days.

The antique frescoes adorning the interiors are particularly noteworthy.

The Haveli is the perfect base from which to explore Jaipur, from the gracious lifestyles of its regal past to its modern incarnation as an exciting and vibrant 21st century city.

Our yoga classes take place on the wonderful Roof terrace , the best solution to enjoy the practice.

Located in the heart of Jaipur, our Havelis combines old world charm with present modern day luxuries & amenities.

The availability of the Havelis can be checked upon request.


Luxury Haveli


Rooms & Facilities

The Haveli showcases the splendour of this era and  history together with the comforts every modern-day traveller has come to expect.

Therefore, in addition our intricately-carved, colonial style wooden beds, we also provide a seating area, air-conditioning (heaters in the winter), modern bathrooms with plenty of hot water, fridges, tea and coffee making facilities and in room safes and wifi.

Historical pictures and photographs of Royal family adorn the walls, giving a sense of our family history as well as the history of the region.

Being a heritage and therefore a converted property each room is slightly different and has its own quirks.


King /Queen size & twin beds238 square feet


  • Bath amenities

  • Wall mounted hairdryer

  • 100% cotton robes & slippers

  • Complimentary personal tea/coffee makers with mineral water

  • LCD TELEVISION with DTH service

  • Telephone, Refrigerator, lockers

  • Housekeeping service – morning cleaning – evening turndown on request.

There are two main dining rooms at the Haveli.

A multi cuisine restaurant serving continental, Indian and Rajasthani Cuisine.  With both an a la carte menu and a daily buffet and both inside for up to 70 people and outside terrace seating for up to 30 people, it is the perfect option for individual travelers or groups.

Opening times:  Breakfast – 7 to 10 am. Lunch 12 to 3 pm. Dinner 7.30 to 10.30 pm

Another Restaurant located overlooking the gardens. This is a charming, intimate space which seats up to 35 people inside and seats 30 people outside in the courtyard. The menu is a la carte.

Opening times:  7.30 to 10.30 pm Dinner

The Bar – Located in the original audience hall of the haveli, the latest addition is the bar. Serving pre dinner drinks and cocktails, it is the ideal place to meet and chat and meet fellow travelers.


Nothing beats enjoying a morning or afternoon lazing by a refreshing swimming pool. Traditionally, swimming pools built for the royal houses of Rajasthan were indoors to protect the modesty of the royal queens and princesses. These days, we appreciate that people want to enjoy the weather as well as the pool! The swimming pool at the Haveli is provided for your leisure. 

Open all day from 0800 – 1900 it is the perfect place to while away a few hours or take a refreshing dip at the end of a day’s sightseeing of the city.

Free Internet (WiFi) 

Bicycle rental on request

Transfer to/from Jaipur airport on request


Heritage Haveli

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Rooms &Facilities

A heritage Haveli in Jaipur, which looks like a palace in a very quiet and relaxing neighborhood surround by the greenery. The haveli has a beautiful garden, quiet and very clean spacious rooms with high ceilings, hot shower, comfortable beds, color TV. Roof Top restaurant and garden Restaurant facility available. Walking distance to the Train Station and Central Bus Station. Managed by the friendly family. Pick up service from the Train and Central Bus Station is free of charge.

The building of the Haveli is 80 years old, repainted in the original style, using natural colors from various plants. With lots of open spaces, courtyards, open large green gardens, we have lots of open spaces where you can have sun bath while relaxing.


A multi cuisine restaurant serving continental, Indian and Rajasthani Cuisine  with a la carte menu.

Opening times:  7.30 to 11.00 pm


  • Hot and cold running water

  • Same day Laundry services

  • Air Conditioned / Air Cooled Rooms

  • Roof Top Restaurant Facility

  • Color TV with Cable

  • 24hr. Reception

  • Free WIFI

  • Currency Exchange

  • Train, Bus and Air Ticket Booking on spot

  • Quite, Clean and Green homely environment.

  • Car Taxi Hire

  • All rooms have cross ventilation with natural lights.

Jal Mahal

Discover Jaipur

There are many elements to Jaipur, some expected and some not quite so! It is the capital of, and the gateway to, Rajasthan, but it is also one of India’s fastest growing cities, with a verve and vibrancy that is addictive. It is a city where modern technology and design rub shoulders with ancient monuments and traditions which showcase the wonderful juxtaposition of old meets new.
For the traveler it is the history and heritage they seek and the stories woven into its forts and palaces and monuments, the better known ones being the City Palace, The Amber Fort, The Palace of Winds and the Observatory but there are many more to discover. There are fascinating temples, both ancient and modern, where age old traditions take place. And its labyrinthian old town houses countless treasures with its bazaars, designers, street food and age old culture.

Jaipur is also emerging as a soft adventure destination, there are city as well as countryside cycling routes, treks to ancient forts, horse riding and hot-air ballooning. A great way to spend a weekend in a city that you think you may already have discovered.


The land of Maharajas


Rajasthan, also known as ‘The land of the Kings and Maharajas’, houses a rich display of art and architecture.

It is culturally and traditionally one of the most beautiful states in India.

Apart from Rajasthan’s rich history and royal inheritance, it is known across the world for its heart-warming hospitality. 

Steeped in history and romance and drenched in fables and color—to experience the majestic land of Rajasthan is to experience the ultimate Indian dream of mighty maharajas and medieval forts.The history of this incredible north Indian state echoes around the walls of its astonishing array of atmospheric forts, palaces and old cities.Your senses will be well and truly enchanted in a world of incense-heavy bazaars, grandiose palaces, sophisticated cuisine and gracious people. 

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