Samode Palace

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Initially built as a Rajput fort in the 16th century, Samode Palace, located 40 kilometers north of Jaipur, was transformed in the early 19th century under Rawal Berisal. The subsequent expansion by Rawal Sheo Singh added the Durbar Hall and Sheesh Mahal. In 1987, it was converted into the heritage "Samode Palace Hotel," forming an integral part of the Samode heritage.


The 475-year-old palace exemplifies regal Indo-Saracenic architecture, offering luxurious and elegantly furnished rooms. The palace's accommodation redefines comfort, featuring four-poster beds, intricate murals, and a celebration of contemporary luxury with the signature service of Samode hotels.

Dining and Recreation

Dining at Samode Palace is a sensory treat, offering a choice of Royal Indian delicacies or Asian and European fare. The palace provides a range of recreational activities, from walking tours and swimming to spa experiences. The rooftop infinity pool offers stunning views of the Aravali Range.

Weddings and Celebrations

Samode Palace is an ideal venue for grand celebrations and weddings. The palace's custom-ordered grandeur ensures that celebrations at Samode become unforgettable experiences.

Samode Haveli

Built over 150 years ago by Rawal Sheo Singh, Samode Haveli served as a royal resort. It features an elegant painted dining room and an air passage, offering a unique blend of historic charm and contemporary ambiance. The haveli showcases a combination of Mughal and Rajasthani art and architecture.

Samode Bagh

History and Architecture: Constructed over 150 years ago by a son of Maharaja Prithiraj Singhji of Jaipur, Samode Bagh is a Mughal-style garden spread across 20 acres. Enclosed by a 15-foot-high wall, it features 44 sandbank-colored tents with air-conditioning, blending traditional Rajasthani and Mughal d├ęcor with Victorian style. The garden includes a 200-foot-long water channel with fountains fed by springs and wells, along with a 150-year-old pavilion. The tents offer luxurious accommodation for tourists.