Move in with the Jaipur Royal Family
By: Corinthian Travel
The suite was built in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, and features a master bedroom, a lounge, kitchen, bathroom and an indoor swimming pool.
The impeccably styled suite has seen a wide range of distinguished house guests including the late Princess Diana and Oprah Winfrey.
The proceeds of each booking will go to the Princess Diya Kumari Foundation, a local, non-profit charity dedicated to supporting rural women and people of Rajasthan.
A stay at the City Palace will provide an inspiring journey into the rich history, cultural heritage and artistic traditions of Jaipur's royal family.
Authentic Rajasthani meals may be enjoyed at the terrace overlooking the Aravalis, and breakfasts can be taken in the company of peacocks which can often be seen in the Palace's lush gardens.
Upon arrival at the airport, guests will be greeted by a chauffeur-driven car to transport them to the unique accommodation.
A private butler is assigned to guests, who can provide sightseeing recommendations, make travel arrangements for excursions, organise restaurant bookings, etc. A member of the royal staff will also be assigned to escort guests on a private shopping tour of the Pink City's highly lauded retail treasures.
Dinner can also be enjoyed at City Palace's in-house restaurant, Baradari – which was recently renovated – accompanied by fine wines and champagne.
The overnight rate for stays is £8208 per night.
For bookings call Corinthian Travel on 020 3583 6089 (www.corinthiantravel.co.uk).
Mick Thompson, Travel Dog PR