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Rani Mahal Suite

The Rani Mahal suites blend vivid color and rich Mewari art. An entire mirror wall in one of the suites like the legendary Glass Palace (Sheesh Mahal). In another suite, the walls display original paintings in the Rajput miniature floral style by generational artisans trained from father to son. Colorful Shekhavati hand-painted murals depicting Krishna-Leela folklore, marble latticework (jalis), colored-glass windows, carved wooden screens and arched entrances with louvred wooden doors or carved balconies (jharokhas) in woodwork or marble create an unrivalled experience. Separate bedrooms and living rooms offer families or friends the privacy they need.

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Unique Suites

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Separate Bedrooms & Living Rooms

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Accommodate up to 3 guests

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400 to 1000 square feet

These of-a-kind suites range in size

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Up to 3 guests

Spend time in this 1-bedroom suite with your friends and family

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1-Bedroom Suites with King/Queen Beds

With Mewari artisanry and an extra half bedroom in some suites

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Complimentary WiFi

Stay in touch with the world complimentary WiFi during your stay

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Well-Equipped Pantry

Hot water kettle with daily replenishments of water

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Marble Shower Base & Claw Foot Bathtub

Marble inlays on the walls and floors handcrafted by local artisans

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In-Room Dining

After a tiring day or long night from a gourmet menu a clap away

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View from Room

These suites overlook the beautiful Palace gardens and courtyards


Be a part of centuries of royal history, tradition and culture, book your stay at Gogunda Palace and put your feet in the shoes (jutti) of a Maharajah to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime hospitality experience.




These suites were formerly part of the honored 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.


These rooms were formerly part of a stable for Maharana Pratap Singh's family. In these rooms was situated the Horse Temple, an alter where horses were anointed before riding off to battle.

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