Heritage Hotels in North India that are popular as ex-Delhi Getaways. These are palaces, restored forts and countryside getaways of erstwhile royal families that have been now restored into fine getaways.
Chandra Mahal Haveli is charming heritage experience in a village called Pahersar, about 25 kilometres from Bharatpur. The Haveli was originally built in 1840 and set right in middle of a village. The Haveli is a representation of Persian architecture, which is very different from the palaces and forts of Rajasthan
Mahal Khas is almost 300 yrs old palace situated in the middle of Lohagarh Fort near Bharatpur. The palace is a fine blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture built in 1733 having five floors surrounded with a lush green gardens, now restored into a fine heritage getaway.
The Dadhikar Fort is a 1000+ year old fort, now fully restored into a fine heritage getaway offering a beautiful combination graceful history, reflection of ancient Indian Art and Culture and stunning countryside views.
The Raj Niwas Palace, Dholpur, also called the Dholpur Palace is a heritage getaway at just 55 kms south of Agra around Chambal River ravines offering travellers a premium opulence and style and an option to experience royal getaway.