Samode Bagh

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Historically used by the Samode family for private retreats, Samode Bagh is idyllic and unusual, more haven than hotel.

Samode Bagh

Built 250 years ago by Rawal Sheo Singh ji, son of the Pritviraj Singh Ji of Amber, the Samode Bagh was known as Sheo Niwas Bagh. Modeled on the geometric style of a Mughal garden, members of the Samode Royal family came here to enjoy rare moments of privacy.

Samode Bagh

Deceptively simple-looking at first glance, the 44 dune-coloured tented tops are spacious, inviting and attractively furnished.

Samode Bagh

Air-conditioned comfort and all contemporary conveniences in the rooms and en-suite marble bathrooms would have you forget this was a tent, until you glance up at the muslin ceiling printed with floral motifs in gold that reach up to a tented peak. Each room has a sit-out where one can relax and read.

Samode Bagh

The main dining pavilion is a warm hub that serves royal Rajasthani and international cuisine.

Samode Bagh
Dining Tent

Rajasthani food, music, song and dance are perfect accompaniments to the natural grandeur that overtakes your senses.

Samode Bagh
Inside the dining tent

Things to do

Take nature walks, identify flowers and plants, watch birds, stroll, meditate, read by the fireside, play games, swim in the exotic pool or rejuvenate with a massage.

Samode Bagh

Samode Bagh

Access

Jaipur Airport : 59 kms (1 hr drive)
Jaipur Railway Station : 47 kms (1 hr drive)
New Delhi Indira Gandhi lnternational Airport : 230 kms (5 hr drive on National Highway 8)

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