This page is related to Thakur Jagat Singh Rathore's over all heritage properties in Pushkar.
1. Jagat Palace : It is restored from 700 year old Fort and named as “Jagat Palace”. It offers a splendid view of the biggest sand dune of the Thar Desert and the spectacular Snake Mountain. So when you're in Pushkar take a journey in the resplendid past and experience the princely comforts at the Jagat Singh Palace Hotel. It will be an experience of a life time. This hotel is also classified as a three star hotel by the Department of Tourism, Government of India. It has 83 AC/Heated Super Deluxe Rooms, two Restaurants, one Conference hall & one Swimming pool.
2. Hotel Pushkar Palace - PUSHKAR lake is surrounded by many palaces which were built by former rulers of different states of India and one of the Palace among those is ‘KishangarhKunj’ built by Maharaja of Jaisalmer about 400 years ago. This property is running as a hotel in the name of " Hotel Pushkar Palace" under the ownership of Thakur Jagat Singh Rathore of Khanpur. The Hotel is classified by the Govt. of India, Deptt. of Tourism as a " Heritage Hotel" and has the finest accommodation in town, which offers memorable stay to the guests by providing royal comforts in traditional Rajasthani style. It has well appointed 50 AC/Heated Super Deluxe and Suite Rooms with all modern facilities. Most of the rooms including all suites are overlooking the lake and has garden view
3. Royal Desert Camp : The origin of camping in Royal Style can be traced to the battle times of Mughal 'Emperor Jahangir' who while visiting Kashmir on a pleasure trip, set up a full Royal Camp with paraphemelia for his comforts and entertainment. This tradition continued with Rajput rulers as well, for their hunting trips, outdoor evenings, marriage parties and Royal gatherings, where the folk dance performance, drinks and special meals on a Royal setting were provided. It has well appointed 351 Swiss cottage (with attached bath, running hot & cold water) and four Restaurants.
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