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Raj Tilak Suite
This suite stands out for its arched low ceiling along the entrance passage. Since this was the venue for Maharana Pratap’s coronation, it was decreed that no one should enter with his head held high in front of him, but instead should enter with his head deferentially bowed. The archway is beautifully embellished with gold-leaf painting on the walls and ceiling.
Private Terrace with Outdoor Jacuzzi
Private Elevator Access
1735 square feet
Including a large private terrace overlooking the Aravalli Mountains
2-Bedroom Suite with King Beds
In hues of red with the dome hand-painted Krishna-Leela scenes
Stay in touch with the world complimentary WiFi during your stay
Hot water kettle with daily replenishments of water
Up to 4 guests
Spend time in this 2-bedroom suite with your friends and family
Soak in the view from the Aravalli Hills on your private terrace
After a tiring day or long night from a gourmet menu a clap away
View from Room
Bask in the sunlight on your private terrace by the Aravalli Hills
These suites were formerly part of the honoured private residential wing of the menfolk of the Sisodia Dynasty to which Maharana Pratap belonged. The focus is on opulence and grandeur with a hint of masculine undertones.
With focus on vivid colour and rich Mewari art, these suites contain an mirror wall akin to the the Glass palace (Sheesh Mahal). The walls are adorned with hand-painted Shekhavati murals.
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