This massive structure of Indo-Colonial and the art – deco style of the thirties is considered to be one of the largest and grandest private residences in the world. It is also the last expression of princely architectural extravaganza during the British Raj and commands a distinct place among the remains of the Rathore Clan in Jodhpur.
Built by Maharaja Umaid Singh, it took some 3000 people working round the clock for a period of fifteen years to complete. In 1977 the palace was converted into a heritage hotel and opened for the public, offering the pleasures of luxury living against the backdrop of a sweet bygone. Truly there is no better place to celebrate your wedding as grandly as it will be at Umaid bhavan Palace in Jodpur.
From the moment you step into its premise you are in a different world. A huge immaculate lawn leads you the imposing lobby that extends a stately welcome; wherefrom sweeping marble staircase direct you to the Maharaja's private suite(s) and regal apartments.