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This penthouse suite named after India’s most iconic lady painter of the 20th century, Amrita Sher-gil, dominates the whole Maharani’s palace with its 30 metre/100 feet length.

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This second-floor turret suite has a double bed in the magical, octagonal turret and two queen beds in the room. The suite is adorned with details of the works of Anju Dodiya, renowned for a new cutting-edge style where different art materials are combined with equal dignity. The seating area has Art Deco and 1940’s furniture. The bathroom has a bathtub and holds out splendid views.

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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.

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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 of two double beds, each of which leads to a bathroom and has a seating which faces a red sandstone balcony from which you watch the sun set over the fields. With two double beds, it is ideal for a family.

Maite Mahal (2)

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.

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Two queen-size beds beyond the arches and a single bed in the entrance space along with a seating, make it very spacious.

Suneet Mahal (2)

A battery of four inter-connected rooms leads to an octagonal turret. This suite has one double bed and a single one in the turret with a view. Both rooms lead out to small balconies overlooking the pool. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

Gogi Mahal

The first 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 a view. A small, balcony opens over the poolside. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

Arpana Mahal

A battery of four inter-connected rooms leads to an octagonal turret. This suite has one double bed and one single one in the turret with views. One balcony holds out the splendid countryside and an oasis of palms below. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

Laxmi Mahal

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.

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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.

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This first-floor suite is divided into two by three grand arches. Two queen-size beds and a single bed in an interconnected space open up the interior. A window overlooks the pool and the Maharaja’s palace beyond. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

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Three large, foliated arches divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other as a seating. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

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Three large, foliated arches divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two single beds, the other as a seating.

Anjoli Mahal 1

This suite has a large frescoed wall painted by the renowned painter, Anjolie Ela Menon.

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This grand room with a private sit-out verandah has views of the pool below and the Maharaja’s palace beyond.

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This suite comprises of a series of rooms – an entrance with a study-seating, a single bed which doubles as a lounging divan and more.

Jayashree Mahal (2)

This suite comprises a series of rooms – an entrance with a study-seating, a single bed which doubles as a lounging divan and more.

Arpita Mahal

This grand room with a private sit-out verandah has views to the pool below and the Maharaja’s palace beyond.

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This long suite adorned with the naïve works of Nayanaa Kanodia has the most amazing views on the hills and an oasis of palms below.

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This smaller, east-facing room has perhaps the best open views of the hanging gardens, the palm oasis, fields, and hills.

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This most compact room with one double beds, holds commanding views to the pool and the Maharaja’s palace beyond.

Peter Mahal

The Mardana rooms are built around a spacious garden court ringed on three sides by spectacular arcade halls.

Amit Mahal

This long room with three square spaces linked by two wide arches honours the painter Amit Ambalal.

David Mahal (2)

Tucked away in silence this room honours David Housego, once the New Delhi correspondent of the Financial times.

Kalam Mahal

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Kalam Patua.

Omar Mahal

This cozy room lies in a quiet corner at the entrance of the Deewar Mahal, with a framed view towards the Mardana Mahal.

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This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Shyam Rawat of Jaipur and Udaipur.

Nitin Mahal (1)

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Nitin Bhayana, among India’s most articulate art collectors who can instinctively tell the gold from the dust.

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This long room with three square spaces linked by two wide arches honours the painter Sanjay Bhattacharyya.

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Three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the renowned Orissa painter Jagannath Panda.

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The Mardana rooms are built around a spacious garden court ringed on three sides by spectacular arcade halls.

Bandeep Mahal

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the photographer Bandeep Singh.

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This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter Atul Dodiya.

Gaurav Mahal (2)

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Gaurav Gupta, whose fashion detail and feminity marry the best of India and France.

Paramjit Mahal (2)

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter Paramjit Singh best-known for his mystical landscapes.

Raghu Mahal (2)

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours India’s best-known photographer Raghu Rai.

Neeraj Mahal

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the artist Neeraj Goswamy.

Ratish Mahal

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches, honours the painter Ratish Nanda, a conservation architect.

John Mahal

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter John Bissell.

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This long room of three square spaces linked by two wide arches honours Krishen Khanna a renowned banker-turned-painter.

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This long room of three square spaces linked by two wide arches honours the articulate painter Gulam Mohammad Sheikh

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This long, ‘L’ shaped room with one balcony facing the sunset, has three square spaces linked with two wide arches.

Anupam Mahal 1

This room with its pixilated blue floor opens into a long, picturesque verandah on the front and has a window with a view of the Mardana Mahal on the back.

Durlabh ji

This lavish corner room is at the end of a long, picturesque verandah was a view of the swimming pool and romancing camels on one side and on the other.

Vani Mahal

Located in the Khajur Mahal wing, the Vani Mahal is a large, airy room which can be accessed from the camel pergola near Kaanch Mahal. Steps lead below the hanging gardens to a vast, colonnaded verandah offering views of the date palm oasis and the Aravalli hills. Vani Mahal overlooks the Japanese garden on one side.

Saili Mahal

Located in the Khajur Mahal wing, the Vani Mahal is a large, airy room which can be accessed from the camel pergola near Kaanch Mahal. Steps lead below the hanging gardens to a vast, colonnaded verandah offering views of the date palm oasis and the Aravalli hills. Vani Mahal overlooks the Japanese garden on one side.

Kaleka Mahal 1

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret which will honour Adil Ahmed.

Nandan Mahal

This suite at two levels represents the blue phase of painter Nandan Ghiya of Jaipur.

Vivek Mahal

This suite at two levels honours Vivek Sahni whose eclectic design aesthetic takes him with the same ease to contemporaneity.

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This suite at two levels is named after the famous Indian designer Rakesh Thakore, known for the elegant cuts of his clothes.

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This spacious room honours the eye of Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna who conceived Palette Art Gallery in 2001 to show the best cutting edge talent. It includes a double bed, a private washroom, and a terrace that frames a picturesque view of the sunrise over the Aravalli hills.

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The room will be adorned with studio pictures of the best jewels of royal India. It has a double and single bed, and the room offers the convenience of two well-appointed glass cube double washrooms making it an ideal choice for friends travelling together. Gaze upon the majestic views of the countryside and hills from your window.
 

Vasundhra Mahal (3)

This large suite holds almost a retrospective of Vasundhara Tewari’s work from the early graphic botanical works in black and white to large colourful, autobiographical canvases. It is an ideal choice for a family as it has 1 double bed and 1 single bed.
 

Zeenat Aman Mahal (2)

A large panoramic window on our planet of blues and greens eternalizes Zeenat Aman, the star of some eighty Bollywood films – a genre, and an era unto herself. A double and a single bed make this an ideal choice for a small family or three close friends travelling together.

Aastha Mahal

Located in the Khajur Mahal section, the Aastha Mahal is a large, airy room which can be accessed from the camel pergola near the Kaanch Mahal. Steps lead below the hanging gardens to a vast, colonnaded verandah offering views of the Aravalli hills.

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This slender white room with a glass cube double bathroom placed in the middle is an art gallery space where the sculptural murals of Indore-born Siraj Saxena adorn the walls. The painter and ceramic artist has also worked on the arches outside the room, which sit at the centre of a verandah laid out with the pattern of a royal durrie. He also works in graphics, textiles, metal, and wood. The windows and the balcony of this room face the sunrise. It has a double bed, making it ideal for a romantic couple.

 

Sunaina Mahal

Furnished with the personal art collection of Sunaina Anand, it honours her Art Alive Gallery and has a double bed and a washroom. The window of Sunaina Mahal frames a mesmerising view of the countryside and hills, offering a romantic escape for couples or a tranquil haven for solo travellers.

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The room honours Ashish Khokar, India's leading dance critic and publisher of Attendance. Its walls are adorned with rare photographs of dancers, archival posters and antique masks worn by leading exponents of Chhau dance. These are all part of the famed Mohan Khokar collection presented by his son Ashish.

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The terrace of the vast and magnificent Mardana Mahal can be accessed by two stairways and a wide ramp laid out with horizontal bands of coloured stones. There are therapeutic views of the changing pastoral countryside which grows millet, wheat and mustard. Its walls are adorned with rare photographs of dancers, archival posters and antique masks worn by leading exponents of Chhau dance. There is a double bed and a washroom which makes this room an ideal choice for a couple looking for a romantic sojourn.

Ayush Mahal 1

This turret suite has been conceived by the renowned Jaipur designer Ayush Kasliwal and executed by the Neemrana team in green and blue interiors. It has a double bed and a single bed in an adjacent room, making it an ideal choice for a small family. Placed at the edge of the large rectangular Mardana wing, the domed bedroom of Ayush Mahal is a spectacular white space with views of the sunrise and the garden of palms. The Ayush Mahal is situated on the second floor level of Mardana Mahal accessed by stair and a wide ramp.

Naazo Mahal 2

Perched on the second floor of Mardana Mahal, Naazo Mahal is accessed by a wide ramp or a stairway which leads to a long verandah laid out in the pattern of a royal durrie. Naazo Mahal displays the abstract black and white photographs of the renowned photographer Amit Mehra also known for his pictorial books.

Valaya Mahal 1

Perched on the second floor of Mardana Mahal, Valaya Mahal is accessed by a wide ramp or a stairway which leads to a long verandah laid out in the pattern of a royal durrie. It has black and white archival photographs that were clicked by the famous designer JJ Valaya while the fort-palace was under restoration. A great choice for a couple or two close friends.

Rahul Mahal 2

Perched on the second floor of Mardana Mahal, Rahul Mahal is accessed by a wide ramp and a long verandah laid out in the pattern of a durrie. This room has been done up in paper collages by Rahul Solanki in hues of red, pinks and maroon. It has a large private terrace to host a private party and is a great choice for a couple or close friends as it has a double bed.

Rafique Mahal

Named after the artist Rafique Sheikh, Rafique Mahal is situated on the second floor of Mardana Mahal and is accessed by a wide ramp and a long verandah laid out in the pattern of a durrie. It has very vibrant artworks in red, yellow, green and a sunrise balcony. It is a great choice for a couple or close friends as it has a double bed.

Sameedha Mahal

Perched on the second floor of Mardana Mahal, Sameedha Mahal is accessed by a wide ramp or a stairway which leads to a long verandah laid out in the pattern of a durrie. Done up in cosmic blues and whites by Sameedha Paliwal, it has striking artworks that complement the floors. It is a great choice for a couple or close friends as it has a double bed.

Manak Mahal (2)

Manak Mahal, a long room with three square spaces, linked with two wide arches, honours Manak Chand Luniya of Jodhpur, whose love for antiquities led him to found one of the most creative export houses in India. This whole mahal is created by the Prince Art team.

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An ‘L’ shaped room honours the inventive photographer Rohit Chawla who has created many series of work

Robert Mahal (2)

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter Robert Carsen, an international exhibition and set designer.

Husain Parthiv Mahal

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret.

Iranna Mahal

This ‘L’ shaped room with four square spaces linked by wide arches, honours the artist G. R. Iranna.

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This long room of three square spaces linked by two wide arches and a corridor that leads to an octagonal turret honours the designer Rajesh Pratap Singh.

Broota Mahal

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret which honours the works of Rameshwar Broota and Vasundhara Tiwari.

Raza-Manish Mahal..

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret which honours the work of painter SH Raza and his student Manish Pushkale.

Kekoo Mahal

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret which honours Manish Arora, one of India’s leading men of haute couture.

Surya Mahal (1)

This spacious suite designed by Surya and Ritu Singh of Jaipur evokes the much-loved mango theme in Indian design – but it contemporizes it.

Lal  Mahal

The Lal Mahal suite is a tribute to Anita and Simran Lal, creators of Good Earth, who helped urban India redefine its own aesthetic with a proud Indian accent.

Mukesh Mahal (2)

This long suite with striped floors and three painted domes has been created by artist Mukesh Sharma of Jaipur.

Kotwara Mahal

The Kotwara Mahal suite honours the Renaissance talents of Muzaffar & Meera Ali which range from film and set design to architecture, fashion, and more.

Parmeshwar Mahal 1

The art is the master-calligraphy of Parameshwar Raju, the scion of Karnataka Samrajya, evoking gods, goddesses and spiritual symbols.

Ayasha Mahal (2)

Decorated with the soothing colours of Ayesha Tallyarkhan’s computer prints which conceal gods on canvas while others have abstract creations on paper. This is an ideal choice for a couple or two close friends.

Praful Mahal (2)

This Mahal showcases the serene landscapes of a senior Indian painter Praful Dave who lives and works in Switzerland. A double bed makes it an ideal choice for a couple or 2 close friends.

Lilly Mahal (2)

A cosy room for lovers and honeymooners where hearts meet in the floor design, the double bed and the ceiling – all with a touch of romantic pink created by Lilly Panda.
 

Bina Mahal (2)

Bina Mahal is a large, high-ceiling room cut into the hill by the base of a large old turret, its ventilators catching light above the forest trees. It is dedicated to a fascinating creative person Bina Ramani, who turns what she touches into the magic of art. It has two double beds which makes it an ideal choice for a family of three or three close friends. The bathroom, cut into the 2 billion year old Aravalli hills is also a unique experience.

Shailesh Mahal

Adorned by the soft, early figurative work of Shailesh BO has phantom figures, semi-human and pawn-like, playing out the chessboard of life. This room has a double bed which makes it an ideal choice for a couple or two close friends.

Akhilesh Mahal (2)

This charming space captures a whole era of early abstraction from Bhopal for which central India came to be renowned. Akhilesh also brought colour fearlessly on to the palette which was then caught in its whites and beiges. An ideal choice for a couple !

Arijoy Mahal (2)

Adorned with the powerful black and white art of Arijoy Bhattacharya which evokes the positive in gods and goddesses to fight away the evil. Two works in black and gold manifest Shiva Nataraja and Devi Kubjika with Navatman Bhairava. This mystical room has a double bed which makes it an ideal choice for a couple.
 

Ravinder Mahal (2)

Art from the master of watercolours Paresh Maity of the Bengal School, who also gave bright, bold colours a new Indian face. The Paresh Mahal has a double bed which makes it an ideal choice for a couple or two close friends.

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The art of Rahim Mirza is a celebration of a lifetime of observing leaves in their myriad colours and forms. Their meditative presence merges into the stunning pastoral view beyond.

I'm Mahal Bedroom (2)

Located in Tope Mahal, I’m Mahal honours the individualistic design talent of the Kalra family who were among the first to bring cutting-edge interiors to New Delhi in the 1980’s. The I’m suite comprises of three monastic cloisters with deep vaulted roofs.

Panna Mahal

This lavish room is flanked by a long, picturesque verandah on one side and a window with a view of the Mardana Mahal on the other.

A.ramachandran

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter A. Ramachandran.

Indore Mahal 2

This long room, with three square spaces linked by two wide arches, honours the works of Rajesh Sharma, Anis Niyazi, and Pankaj Agrawal.

Himmat Mahal 1

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the sculptor Himmat Shah.

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The Mardana rooms are built around a spacious garden court ringed on three sides by spectacular arcade halls. These had never been completed and large rocks had to be hand-chiselled to create linear living spaces. The thick walls were pierced to make balconies with views of the countryside. Each room has two or three square rooms linked with wide arches and the facilities are discreetly tucked within.