The Sariska Palace stands proud of its royal and historic origins. The palace, designed by a French architect in 1892, was built under the patronage of Maharaja Jai Singh of Alwar to commemorate the visit of Queen Victoris's son, the Duke of Connaught.
Its glorious past as the Royal Hunting Lodge lends itself perfectly to its present as a luxurious Heritage hotel.
The Palace itself, fully restored, is an interesting melange of old world hospitality and modern comfort. Surrounded by rich and colourful traditions, visitors to the palace are gauranteed an experience full of intriguing sights, sounds and smells. The ruins of many ancient cities that lie close by make interesting excursions. remains of old monuments, historic temples, Buddhist and jain Sculptures stand as reminders to Rajasthan's checkered past.
Each of its 101 room is furnished with Regency Victorian furniture to keep with its architecture that combines the best of Indian and European styles. Great care has been taken to ensure that the Palace has retained all of its regal charm so that its guest can experience the times of Maharajas and Raj.