Welcome to Rawla Bagh, Heritage Hotel
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Rao Jodhaji founded Jodhpur (Marwar) in The year 1453 A.D, his grandson "Rao Udaji",who was a sovereign ruler of Nimaj and Jaitaran,founded the sub-clan known as Udawat Rathores.Nimaj was later amalgamated with Jodhpur.Rawla Bagh is owned by this branch of the Rathore clan of Rajputs. Rawla Bagh was built by Thakur Chattar Singh Ji in the year 1876.It is one of the best heritage hotels in pali Rajasthan. 
Once an impressive "Summer House" of the Thakur of Nimaj(often referred to as the paradise of Marwar).The Rawla Bagh owned by the erstwhile rulers of Nimaj is one of the oldest heritage resorts in Rajasthan.It’s tastefully furnished spacious rooms are set in middle of a lush green mango grove and surrounded by Parakeet nests.The Dip-in Pool tempts you to take a dip or just pass a quiet evening by the beautifully landscaped pool deck area.
An open air specially restaurant,set in the serene environs of a courtyard amidst mango trees,offers a delightful culinary experience of the curries of Marwar.Open for breakfast,lunch,snacks and dinner.For an exclusive experience,set out on a Jeep Safari,visit a 9th Cent.Temple,take a Bullock cart ride and go on a village excursion.
The perfect place to lose the hustle and bustle of city life while you soak in the clean fresh air of the orchard and absolutely pamper yourself.

Rajasthan tour packages

For our guests looking to explore other parts of Rajasthan our booking office in Jaipur will also help you plan a pan rajasthan holiday with our partner hotels and resorts all over the state.
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My daughter & I have just spent 5 days at the Rawla Bagh, its my second stay at this hotel & nothing has changed, the staff are still wonderful & very friendly.
My daughter is already planning her next holiday for next year to stay here again....keep up the good work...