Our suggested India with Sujan luxury hotels tour offers an unconventional yet super-stylish journey through the highlights of Rajasthan. The experience begins upon your arrival in the Pink City of Jaipur, where the fabulous Sujan Rajmahal Palace is your base for drinking in the splendid forts and palaces of India’s most vibrant city. A short flight to the city of Jaisalmer’s next, where you’ll spend three glorious nights in a luxury tent at The Serai; think sunset camel rides, champagne on the dunes, and a privately guided tour of the thousand-year-old fort. The journey concludes with a stay at the group’s newest addition, Sujan Jawai; a luxury camp amongst untouched wilderness where days are spent spotting leopards on safari, whilst your gorgeous tent, private butler and very own plunge pool await your return.
India with Sujan luxury hotels is an ideal escape for those who’d enjoy a heady mix of history, architecture, culture, wildlife and stunning natural surroundings, whilst having the opportunity to relax amongst truly comfortable accommodations and switch off. We feel it’d be perfect for someone whose previously dipped their toes into India and would like to return for a more immersive experience, though it also makes for a fantastic family holiday (what child wouldn’t be excited by camping, leopard spotting, and camel riding?!). With all our tours being private and tailor-made, this is merely a suggestion and the itinerary can be tweaked or completely transformed to best suit your tastes. For example, a stop in Delhi at the start and/or end of the journey can certainly be added, as can a visit to the Taj Mahal in Agra.
In a nutshell: 11 days, 3 Sujan luxury hotels, infinite memorable experiences. And, as a little thank you from Indian Excursions, we’ll treat you to a complimentary upgrade at a Sujan of your choice.
Sujan Rajmahal Palace is one of the most exciting hotel openings in India in recent years, though one would be wrong to call it new – dating back to 1729, it was formerly the royal residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur and boasts a colourful history. Now under the management of Sujan luxury hotels, the palace was recently renovated by leading Indian designer Adil Ahmad and is now bursting with bold colours, bespoke furniture, and 46 types of custom-made wallpaper adorning the walls. Each of the 14 rooms and suites is inspired by former guests; from Queen Elizabeth II to Lord Mountbatten and Jackie Kennedy.
An oasis in the desert, Sujan The Serai sprawls across a hundred acres of private estate on the edge of the Thar. Inspired by the royal caravan sites of yesteryear, each of the stunning tents boast their own terrace, a sitting room with writing desk, air-conditioning and an en-suite bathroom. The Luxury Tented Suites boast their own private plunge pool – perfect for relaxing in with a G&T whilst you soak up the desert sky above.
Our India with Sujan luxury hotels itinerary is merely a starting point to share a flavour of the possibilities. Whilst this is a route much-loved by our guests, every detail is flexible and would be designed around you. For example, if that long drive from Jaisalmer to Jawai turns you off, a night or two in the Blue City of Jodhpur en-route is an ideal way to connect the dots (we’d recommend staying at the Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace. Fit for royalty, the Maharaja himself still lives here in a private wing!). Similarly, a stay in Agra can be slotted in before Jaipur if you’d like to visit the Taj Mahal. You may also find out Top 10 Luxury Camps in India inspiring. All our tours are private and tailor-made to complement your tastes and interests – the itinerary described above can be tweaked or completely transformed until we’ve created your ideal holiday.
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