▪ All Rooms are Air Conditioned
and with Breakfast
▪ 12 noon Check out and Check in Time.
▪ Special rates for Groups , Corporate Clients and Long
staying guests on request.
▪ We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Dinners.
▪ The above Tariff is valid from 1st April 2012 till 31st
March 2013, please email us for rates after this date.
▪ The above rates are only valid if booking online from our
▪ We offer Special Rates on our above room tariff if booked
▪ 7.50% service tax extra on room rent
We don’t check in any foreign guest without passport and
valid visa and Indians without ID proof, Passport copy or
driving license. Please carry your relevant papers with you.
Bhawan is one of the largest and grandest private residences
in the world.
The palace was built between 1929 and 1943 and over 3000
artisans worked over 14 years to create this magnificent
If there is one palace that combines architectural
extravaganza with aesthetic triumph, it is the Umaid Bhawan
Palace. If there is something that is best experienced than
described, it is absolutely a stay at the Umaid Bhawan Palace.
the time of the origin of Jodhpur to the present day, the
Rathore capital suffered severe scarcity of water and drought
followed with unfailing regularity every third or fourth year.
A tradition developed among the Maharajas to alleviate the
suffering of people by creating work. The work usually took
the form of building canals, roads, temples, stepwells and
Forbes, travelling in the 1930s through Jodhpur, experienced
firsthand the severe rainless times in Jodhpur, and described
scarcity of water in the city has been remedied by the
erection of a reservoir with eight pumping stations. Roads are
spreading. Fine buildings are springing up on the outskirts of
the lovely town…'
Umaid Singh conceived the Palace as the centerpiece of his
massive famine-relief scheme. The acclaimed designs of
Henry Lanchester for Cardiff City Hall and Law Courts/Central
Hall, Westminster, impressed Maharaja Umaid Singh, and
Lutyen's protégé was entrusted with the job.
14 years and 3000 men to give shape to this stupendous
expression. The Palace was designed as a smooth combination of
European classical elements interlaced with oriental ones.
Massive sandstone boulders were cut from a quarry at Surasagar
near Jodhpur and transported by a special narrow-gauge train
to the construction sites. Master masons chiselled these rough
stones into blocks of five and seven tons. The blocks were
then fitted in an interlocking fashion with no mortar or
cement being used in the construction.
with fashionable Art Deco interiors by the Polish artist and
decorator, S. Norblin, the palace consumed one million square
feet of the finest marble. The world of Umaid Bhawan Palace
contained everything that the royalty required – a private
cinema hall, a luxurious swimming pool inlaid with tiles
depicting the zodiac, gigantic royal suites, a soaring
rotunda, fancy ball rooms, a majestic durbar hall, billiards
room, ballrooms, banquet halls, libraries, staff quarters,
1977, Umaid Bhawan opened as one of India's grandest luxury
pool with a sun terrace, sauna, private museum, village
safaris / camel rides.
LOCATION : 3 kms. from Airport, 5 kms. from
Railway Station, 3 kms. from Bus Stand.
ACCOMMODATION : Number of Rooms:
Total A/C Rooms 96, Number of Floors:
A/C 63, Double Total 63, Suites A/C 33, Suites Total 33, Total
Rooms 96, Centrally Airconditioned, 4, 250, 40, 3, 1, Indian,
Continental, Chinese, Rajasthan, Business Centre, Room
Service, H/C running water, Telephone, CCTV, Mini
Refrigerator, Banquet Facilities, Conference Facilities,
Beauty Parlour, Shopping Arcade, Health Club, Swimming Pool,
Tennis, Golf, In House Theatre, Museum, Palmist Squash. Doctor
on call, Laundry, Money Changer, Safe Deposit, Baby Sitting,
Valet, Travel Desk Service
: Umaid Bhawan Palace,
Jodhpur - 342 006 (Rajasthan)