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Rawla Narlai

Hidden away in the heart of Aravalli Hills, Rawla Narlai is a beautifully maintained heritage resort, which was once a hunting lodge of Jodhpur’s Royal family. The resort is now transformed from a mere hunting lodge into a stunning, stylish boutique hotel albeit with all its original character and structure retained. Narlai is abundant in characteristic and has a rustic charm.

The 32 well-appointed rooms at are a marvellous extension of Rajasthan’s regalia. Replete with meticulously restored architecture and lavish ambiances, these rooms exude a charming feel of the Royal Rajasthan. Rooms are adorned with hand block printed lining, vintage furnishing, with Classical decor, antique furnishing and refined ambiances, are the true epitome of royalty exuding warmth and grandeur of Rajasthan’s rich heritage. Adding to that, the aristocratic tents at Narlai add to the excitement of living in Royal Caravan. Step out of the tent and soak in the resplendence of nature’s beauty and refreshing view of the cool blue waters at swimming pool.

Embark on a fascinating culinary journey with indulgent experiences of dining at different spectacular venues of Rawla Narlai. Indulge yourself in private dining at serene courtyards or enjoy our authentic recipes at scenic outdoor venues. The earnest staff is happy to delight you with various dining venues; may be around a bubbly fountain or under the starry sky watching the slowly sleeping town below. Replete with antique furnishing, royal Rajput paintings and the touch of Rajasthan’s royalty, dining at Rawla Narlai in itself is a gratifying experience that you’ll cherish forever.

There is much to see when you stay at Narlai. The surrounding attractions are plenty and you can enjoy planned excursions with Rawla Narlai, like visiting Ranakpur Jain Temple, Kumbulgarh Fort, Seli Bandh (a dam) . A round trip of Approx 80 kms can take you to 4 different pilgrimages around Kumbhalgarh in Sewantri. These are important Hindu temples and each has their own significance. They are within close travelling distance of one another and each varies as the deity worshipped is different.
LOCATION: Rawla Narlai village, near Jodhpur