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The Chanoud Garh is a 200,000 sq. ft. palace, located in the remote countryside by the village of the same name, in Pali, India. A restored 300 year-old palace, the palace was once a stay for the Maharajah in his travels, and today it keeps the same preparedness to its rooms.
Seven richly furnished (and carefully renovated) suites await guests, each with their own history and personality. Meals are always a feast provided by the kitchens of the palace, all with utmost care for authenticity, without discounting the discerning royal tastes the Chanoud Garh was built for.
Marble pillared corridors and beautiful lawns and courtyards keep up the atmosphere of peaceful royalty infused throughout the palace.
More than just a palace, though, Chanoud Garh is a home. Upon arrival, guests will meet their hosts, the family that owns and keeps the palace, down through 14 generations at the place.
During the day, guests are also welcome to visit the nearby village (by camel or jeep safari or on foot), explore the saltpans and the Chanoud Lake. All these, of course, accompanied by guides well educated in the local history and life.
Chanoud Garh is the perfect example of a home-like stay in a place surrounded by age-old luxury and grandeur, far unlike your traditional hotel experience.
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