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RAAS JODHPUR

RAAS is Jodhpur’s first boutique hotel. Our signature look was born from the fusion of modern and ancient styles and the courtyard has become a tranquil haven within the bustle of Jodhpur’s old town.

RAAS Jodhpur

The hotel comprises four original buildings with three additional contemporary structures, influenced by and contributing to its cultural past as part of the Walled City. The new buildings are modern and contemporary in their use of space and light, and yet grounded in tradition. Indeed, each of its structures is adorned with intricate architectural carvings in the iconic Haveli style of the 18th century, juxtaposed against modern designs and patterns. Jodhpur’s red sand-stone unites the new with the old, as modern designs add an exciting and fresh dimension to the region’s age-old stone carving industry. The magnificent pool, along with the staff quarters and guardhouse, makes a stunning entry to the hotel.

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The whole complex is overlooked by Mehrangarh, an awe-inspiring 15th-century fort looming 400 feet above the Jodhpur skyline.

When lit up in the evenings, the views are simply breathtaking and, like virtually all homes here, almost every room in the hotel enjoys the most spectacular view of the fort, rated in 2008 by Time Magazine as “Asia’s Best Fortress”.

HISTORY OF RAAS JODHPUR

Located in the vibrant north-eastern quarter of the famous Walled City, RAAS Jodhpur is based around an original 18th-century haveli. Echoes of Rajput architecture can be found throughout the building, in everything from its intricately carved stone panels to its antique shrines to the arches surviving from the stables. Indeed, entire original buildings are interspersed with rose-red modern architecture. The Darikhana, also known as the ‘Chamber of Carpets’, was built towards the end of the 18th-century and served as the haveli’s guest-house.

Now the Darikhana is RAAS’s most popular alfresco dining venue. In comparison, the Baradari was the haveli’s ‘newest’ addition; built in the 1850s as the Thakur’s personal entertainment pavilion, it was where he spent his days, and no doubt many a night, entertaining and being entertained. It has retained this purpose throughout the centuries and now serves as a restaurant at the heart of the hotel, hosting events all year round. The pavilion has also retained its original multi-pillared structure; indeed, its name ‘baradari’ , means ‘twelve pillars’.

Original stables, converted into snug alcoves for reading and relaxing, and a small 18th-century temple make up the sides of the picturesque courtyard and we pride ourselves on the beautifully cultivated gardens filling the open space.

AT RAAS JODHPUR

RAAS Jodhpur Celebrations

Celebrations

Your cocoon in an urban center, where you can celebrate with peace of mind in the presence of your dearest ones. Where else will you have a historic fort – Mehrangarh – photo-bomb almost every picture?

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Experiences

Within our walls we have a heated swimming pool, spa and ‘Gem Palace’ shop, so there is plenty to do. Beyond that, our central location ensures many of the best sites are within walking distance, or a quick tuk-tuk away.

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RAAS Jodhpur, Darikhana Restaurant

Dining

At RAAS Jodhpur, you have 5 unique options to choose from, most of which offer a glorious view of the Mehrangarh Fort. The sight of the fort lit up as you enjoy exquisite food and drink is an unforgettable experience.

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