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Hotel Design: Rambagh Palace

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Friday, August 17, 2012

Hotel Design: Rambagh Palace
The Rambagh Palace was build in 1835 and is located in Jaipur, India. During the 19th century the palace served as a royal hunting lodge. In 1957, the palace was converted into a luxury hotel, because the royal family had found it to be too costly to upkeep the palace and its 47 acres. The architecture of the palace is in the Rajput and Mughal style. (ABOVE) The front of the palace is carefully designed with many impeccable details. Domes and archways are very popular in architecture found throughout India. The planting around the palace is well maintained and adds much beauty to the overall property. (BELOW 1) The 47 acre property has gorgeously manicured gardens. This center courtyard features one large fountain with many hedges surrounding it. As guests pass through the breezeways to get to their suits, they have a wonderful view. (BELOW 2) There are many fountains on the property. This stone fountain looks to be in the shape of a flower. I like how the property surrounding the fountain is not overly landscaped. One can really appreciate the architecture. (BELOW 3) The palace's main restaurant is a mixture of Rajput and Mughal architectural design and modern western influences. The stone walls and wood furnishings are so elegant and classic together. The red Persian rug grounds the furnishings, what a great color! What do you think of the Rambagh Palace? Would you stay here, or have you already?

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At January 30, 2013 at 5:43 AM , Blogger Muhammad Amjad said...

Love this one Rambagh palace,its heart touching.
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