Samode Haveli, Jaipur

The 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.
Samode Haveli, Jaipur  
It was built as the Samode Royal familys 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 1940s for the marriage ceremony of the late Rawal Sahibs aunt.
The Haveli has been masterfully restored and integrated into a unique property.

Amidst the bustle of one of Indias most historical cities, Samode Haveli is a peaceful respite. It stands in the heart of the sprawling walled city of Jaipur suffused with an atmosphere of quiet beauty.