The Royal City Palace of the Pink City has been listed on Airbnb

“Luxury is the balance of designs, in the sense of beauty and highest quality”. Such beauty is the famous Jaipur palace of maharaja Padmanabha Singh. And guess what? The palace has opened its suite room “GUDLIYA SUITE” for a stay on “AIRBNB” with all the latest amenities. This 300-year-old city palace established by maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, as patrons of art, commerce, and industry show the Indian royal lives and the luxury they had. Also, it depicts the wide and deep heritage of India. This palace attracts the majority of the tourists and till now it was open only for the regular visit to its inside view. But, now the present king of the palace Padmanabha Singh, a 21-year-old, has opened the palace gates for the people to experience the royal life.

Thinking of how the rooms, facilities, services, luxury, and the experience would be? Well, let’s give you a little hint here since if you haven’t visited the place. We all have seen movies like Jodha Akhbar, Khoobsurat and Asoka, where the royalties dwell. Well, that’s exactly what we would experience in the Jaipur Palace. All loaded up with the latest amenities it would still give that hint of vintage culture and the treatment of king as long as you stay there.

The royal treatment starts with the royal pick up by a chauffeur to the palace, followed by the famous “GUDLIYA SUIT” room including the lounge, kitchen, bathroom and an indoor swimming pool of its own, with a full time butler (yeah a personal butler- sounds amazing and feels prestigious), shopping tours, walks to the museums and the ultimate authentic Rajasthani food with Aravalli’s on the side.

All this will be provided to you till your complete stay there at a very reasonable cost that is 8000USD per night is equal to Rs.69200. A royal treatment like this is for sure worth the cost. This trip should be on the very top of the to-do list of yours. Book it now.

Also, The proceeds of each booking will go to the Princess Diya Kumari Foundation, a local nonprofit dedicated to supporting rural women and people of Rajasthan.

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