Facing the central, garden court on the ground floor, this Mahal has a charming 5-arched balcony overlooking the pool. Two queen-size beds are screened off by three grand arches with a seating area at the entrance. A small ante-room with a bed is ideal for a third person or a child. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.
Three large, foliated arches divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other has a seating and a large single bed below a mirror. The suite faces the inner garden court on one side and its balcony hangs over an amazing view of date palms, hills and fields. The bathroom also holds out splendid views of the hills and palms.
The last suite on the ground floor is an interesting space with a chamfered pillar in the middle. Besides the double bed, there is a single bed in a turret with splendid views. A balcony opens over the vast, green countryside and an oasis of palms below. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.
This suite on the first floor has three large, foliated arches that divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other as a seating. An octagonal turret with garden and pool views makes an unusual sitting space. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.
What was conceived to be the female court, where the head Maharani conducted the palace household or entertained herself with courtesans and handmaidens, has now been converted into a large , elegant suite with three domes. It comprises two bedrooms , each of which leads to bathrooms and has a seating which faces a red sandstone balcony you watch the sun set over the fields. With one double and two single beds, it is ideal for a family.