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Samode, India , 302002 | Show on Map
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by tabasheer on March 21, 2018
while staying at samode bagh, we had dinner organised at samode palace. a lovely place and property. had been there about 3 yrs back. same cordial staff, very co-operative and guest friendly. the cuisine was fine, but the fish that we had was terrible,sea food needs to be fresh, but what i gather from my experience, it wasnt ! three of my family members fell ill. that was terrible! my brother had to be taken to a local hospital! try everything, but never the seafood.
by Maxine856 on March 18, 2018
This must be one of the most beautiful hotels in the world! It has lovely architecture, cool shady courtyards, gorgeous flowers and gardens which truly make you feel you are living in a palace. The rooms are spacious and equipped with every mod con e.g. air conditioning, a fridge, and super bathrooms. On arrival after a long tiring coach journey we were a little surprised that the entrance seemed to be in darkness- then to the accompaniment of drumming, and sari-dressed ladies sprinkling petals, the facade was dramatically lit up ! We were welcomed with flower garlands and refreshments, and dinner was served on a roof terrace under a starlit sky. The service was always excellent. I think the only slight drawback to this heavenly place is that it is a considerable distance from Jaipur so it took over an hour by coach to visit attractions such as the Amber Fort. However this was a small inconvenience to stay in such an exceptional hotel - I wanted to stay longer !
by LeonieDelhi on March 16, 2018
A group of 12 people coming together from Australia, New York and Delhi - normally somebody will complain, but everyone was overjoyed to be at Samode Palace. We stayed for 4 days and were working long hours but everything ran like clockwork. The staff really were amazing. Nothing was a problem. I work all over India and have stayed in some wonderful hotels but I have to say Samode Palace was outstanding.
by HG2foodies on March 15, 2018
This is a stunning hotel from the moment you arrive. We visited as part of our 3 week tour of India (not long enough) to explore Jaipur. We arrived quite late in the evening and it was dark but it was still clear that this was an excellent hotel. This is a beautiful property that has been converted to a fabulous hotel. The rooms (premium) were very large and very well appointed and had a balcony overlooking a beautiful swimming pool. The staff were very welcoming and polite. The service was very good. The breakfasts were very good with lots of choice of either western or Indian cuisine served in the courtyard restaurant. We also had diner there on the evening of our arrival. We ate in the fine dining restaurant the following evening which was also very good. The tour of the palace was excellent and conducted by a native of Samode village. Some of the rooms were beautifully decorated and were stunning. Unfortunately we did not have time to walk to the village and would have liked an extra day to explore. Perhaps next time!
by balbedi on March 7, 2018
A warm welcome by a septuagenerian who once was the staff who had served one of the Kings of the palace. The mark of the tiny red dot on our foreheads say that Namaste to our 475 year old palace. As we ascended the 50 odd steps to the courtyard a warm beauty welcomed us. Heavy ancient Wooden doors with mughal arches, hand painted floral designs on cornices of the walls and heartwarming light yellow walls formed the architecture of the courtyard. A serene place just to sit on heavy garden chairs and have some chai , read a book, perhaps write a book amidst the tranquility of the place and occasionally listen to the sound of water trickling from the fountain. We were upgraded to a suite. A four poster bed with a balcony opening up to Aravalli mountains. A large bath with a tub. A little tour was organised around the palace. The Darbar Hall which consists of different themed rooms was once used by the King to entertain his guests or for his consorts to view some performances secretly. Rooms with mirrors ( sheesh mahal) which illuminates with the reflection of candles, blue and red floral painted rooms with grand carpets just sent us back to feel the era of how the Maharajahs had once lived their lives. All the hand painted walls have been preserved from day one till now, all natural and amazing. A special dinner with a personal touch was organized for us by the chef who cooked a local specialty- wild goat curry which sent our palates out of the world. As it was cool winter, we had the comfort of bonfire to warm us while allowing our palates to savour our flavourful curry with tender mutton pieces. My favourite room in the palace is the cool blue room with rich hand painted blue floral walls and pictures of ladies dancing in blue colour on the inside of the arches. This room is used as a sitting room, a cosy room with baby blue sofa sets with silver legs and matching footstools. Blue colour has a calming effect. Overall experience: A trip worthwhile and a must in your bucket list especially when in Jaipur.
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