Rawla Narlai of Rajasthan is a retreat situated between Jodhpur and Udaipur. Built in the 17th century, it served as the hunting lodge of the royal family of Jodhpur. Put up underneath a 350 ft rock in the Aravalli range in southern Rajasthan, it has a beautiful patio resplendent with bougainvillea. Stained-glass windows, frescoes, carved pillars and covered porticos adorn the rooms of Rawla Narlai. One of the best features of Rawla Narlai is the peace and quiet that greets you once you reach inside its huge walls.
At present, the hunting lodge has been converted into a heritage hotel.
The ambience of the 17th century mixed with 21st century comforts make
Rawla Narlai Hotel of Rajasthan a fascinating destination. A member of
the Jodhpur royal family owns the hotel. Quite a many rooms of the Rawla
Narlai Heritage Hotel, near Jodhpur, have retained their original
frescoes and stained glass windows. You may also go for sightseeing to
the nearby Ranakpur Jain temples and Khumbhalgarh Fort while staying in
this heritage hotel.