Are you ready to be transported to the bygone era in Rajasthani history, complete with antique furnishings and a residence surrounded by greenery?
Then The Royale Haveli is a perfect, magnificent blend of traditional and contemporary. With a long history and the essence of royalty seeped deep into it roots,.
Here are the top 5 things you can do while you enjoy a relaxing and luxurious vacation at The Royale Haveli.
- MAJESTIC ARCHITECTURE
Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness. The Royale Haveli is built around traditional marwadi aesthetics, so that when guests enter the doors of the haveli, they are transported to the bygone era of royalty and luxury.
2. PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL
If you wanna be cool, then you definitely need a pool!. The Royale Haveli is equipped with a private swimming pool near the garden area where you can get together with your friends and family for a fun game of pool volley maybe? Make teams of two and let the winner be decided!
3. FOLK MUSIC NIGHT
Folk music is the original melody of man, it is the musical mirror of the world. If you are visiting Rajasthan and have not immersed yourself into the soulful folk Rajasthani music, then you are missing out on the very essence of joy that Rajasthani tunes and rhythm brings to your hearts.
4. LUSH GREEN GARDENS
To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow. And we believe that The Royale Haveli will be there for time immemorial. Waking up in the early dawn when the sun is reflecting its rays with the scenic view of peacocks and other beautiful birds is no less than a treat.
5. PLAY A GAME OF POOL
Let me be the one to ‘break’ it to you. Playing a game of pool with friends creates a new level of bonding. Do not wait for the perfect moment. Take the moment and make it perfect. Catch up with one another while potting balls.
All of these are just tip of the iceberg. A royal adventure awaits behind the doors of The Royale Haveli. So make sure you add a stop for a royale retreat in Jodhpur the next time in your travel plans.
Better to see it once than to hear about it a thousand times.