Mandawa Haveli was built in 1896 by Thakur Bhagwat Singhji, the 15th ruler of Mandawa. This feudal principality in the heart of the Shekhawati region was ruled by the clan of Kachhawa Rajputs from the house of Amber. Their ancestor Rao Shekhaji was a scion of the House of Amber who struck out and carved a separate kingdom for himself to the north of Jaipur which was named Shekhawati (The garden of Shekha) after him. Originally conceived as a town house it was under the guidance of Thakur Devi Singhji, the 17th ruler that the Haveli was converted into a hotel with all modern amenities.
The haveli built in the Jaipur style of architecture with numerous pillars and arches is located in the heart of Jaipur City on Sansar Chandra Road. The hotel combines old world charm with the best of present day facilities. There are 28 well-appointed rooms with intricately carved wooden beds; historic photographs and king-sized royal portraits. There are pleasant courtyards, lawns and terraces with a view of the splendid Nahargarh Fort. It has a beautiful dining hall overlooking one of the terraces. Candlelight dinners can be organised on the rooftop on request.
37 A/C Rooms
Deluxe rooms with colour TV and satellite program
The Haveli has a beautiful dining hall which can seat 60 people. It offers Indian, Continental and Rajasthani cuisine. The hotel also arranges special parties and candlelit dinners on the rooftop on request.
Conference Hall: Bhagat Niwas
Area sq. mtrs 105
Theatre Style 50
Class Room Style 40
Reception Cocktail 50
Special Support Facilities:
Conference co-coordinator, Audio-visual equipment available on hire.
Facilities and Attractions:
There are 26 well appointed rooms with intricately carved wooden beds, a swimming pool and a beautiful dining hall overlooking one of the terraces. Candlelight dinners can be organized on the roof- top on request,. Conference facilities too are available. The hotel offers special arrangements for gala evenings of folk dances, music and puppet shows, traditional welcime with tilak and garlands, Rajasthani lunch and dinner and sightseeing trips to Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, The City Palace and The Jantar Mantar.
Situated on Sansar Chandra Road, in the heart of the city.
By Road from Delhi 270 kms
From Jaipur Railway Station 2 km
From Jaipur Airport 15 kms