Pal Haveli, Jodhpur
The Term haveli describes the traditional Indian mansion or Courtyard house, a large Family residence built around one or several Central Courtyard, with external walls rising directly against public streets.
Pal Haveli, located centrally in front of the clock Tower on the main street in jodhpur, Rajasthan was built by Thakur of Pal in 1847. The house has been inhabited by the Nobel family for more than 150 years. Pal haveli has Fascinated western guests since 1887, when Edwin Lord Weeks Sketched the Pal’s Thakur Residence for Harper’s Magazines. Now Pal’s Haveli welcome another generation of honored guests to Pal Haveli.
Pal Haveli is a living Heritage Project, a place in time and space in which traditional life style and hospitality meets modern amenities and an international perspective. The only “living” haveli hotel in Jodhpur the private apartments.
Pal haveli is still occupied by the family of Thakur Bhawani Singh, who’s Wife, Sons and Daughter …..Despite decidedly Contemporary educations…..still live to a great extent the traditional Nobel lifestyle to their ancestors.
The main entrance from the street level leads guests to the largest courtyard decorated with ornate pillars, antique doorways , and frescos which are expended and refreshed to commemorate family milestones, the most recent being the wedding of daughter Purnima to a Nobel man from Jaipur. In Jenana, or family Quarters, the family still sleeps on Woven cots with silver legs, moving the low beds on to the terrace on evening when the weather permits, and rising with the gentle breezes at Sunrise. The Mardana, or Social Section, Contains the most ornate Rajput architecture, Including original stain-glass windows. Elaborately painted pillars, and displays of Rajputs Artifacts and weaponary. All efforts have been made to preserve the historical identity and integrity of the haveli despite its modernizing environs. The hotel at Pal haveli Combines old Charm with best of modern amenities.
20 Luxurious rooms, each decorated with an eye for historical detail and the cultural themes of Rajasthan. Each Rooms has an attached Bathroom.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are served. Guest can enjoy dinner by candle light on the highest outer terrace, where Pal Haveli offers the most distinctive view of the blue city of Jodhpur at night. Rajasthani Folk Dances Performed for guests on most evenings, and larger group feast can be organized up on request, flavoured “Hukka” is also served in a traditional way.
12 Luxurious rooms, each decorated with an eye for historical detail and the cultural themes of Rajasthan. Each Rooms has an attached Bathroom with running hot & cold water.
Other Facilities & Services:
Museum, Money Exchange, Doctor on Call, Laundry, Travel Assistance.
1. Railway Station : 1.5 Km
2. Airport : 4 Km
3. Bus Stand : 2 Km
4. Umaid Bhawan Palace : 3 Km
5. Jaswant Thada : 15 Minutes Walking Distance
6. Mehrangarh Fort : 10 Minutes Walking Distance
7. Sardar Bazaar & Clock Tower : Opp. To Pal Haveli
8. Lake Gulab Sagar : In Front of Haveli
9. Bank of Baroda : 0.5 Km
10. State Bank of India : 1 Km
11. Post Office : Behind Haveli
12. Tourist Reception Centre : 1 Km
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