“Authentic and comfortable”
Samode Haveli is a small intimate hotel offering personalised
service. It has been meticulously restored and integrated into a
unique atmosphere of the contemporary and the historic gives Samode
Haveli a warm & friendly atmosphere enabling guests to relax and
treat it as a home away from home!
its understated luxury, antique furniture, furnishings and original
work-of-art, the hotel is a celebration of traditional values and
gracious living. To be there is to belong.
of the 29 well appointed rooms and suites are individually designed
and furnished with genuine antiques and fixtures, old family
portraits adorn the walls, the ambience and experience is further
enhanced due to the presence of state-of-the-art in room amenities.
Most of the rooms have a separate dressing area.
rooms are with ensuite bathrooms with shower and tub with hot and
cold water, air conditioning, television with cable connection,
telephones with international dialing facilities.
guest rooms are regal & celebrate the richness of India’s culture in
a tapestry of classic décor & unmatched comfort. The spacious
Maharaja and Maharani suites are absolutely stunning, with every
inch of the ceiling and walls ornately painted and ornamented with
"Exotic murals, ornately carved archways and period furniture all
add to the hotel's elegance. Many of the exquisitely decorated rooms
contain original mosaics".
Samode Haveli was built over 150 years ago by Rawal Sheo Singhji, a
Prime Minister in the Jaipur court, who belonged to the family of
Samode, tracing their relation to the Jaipur Maharaja the fabled
Prithviraj Singhji the 17th prince of the Kacchawala Rajputs.
It was built as the Samode Royal family’s suburban manor house and
was converted into a heritage hotel in 1988. Today it stands as a
reminder of a halcyonic past offering moments of subtle luxury. The
property was constructed facing North away from the burning
Rajasthan sun and features a spectacular painted dining room, an
airy verandah and an elephant ramp at the entrance which was
specially constructed in the 1940’s for the marriage ceremony of the
late Rawal Sahib’s aunt.
The Haveli has been masterfully restored and integrated into a
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