to Dera Rawatsar - A family boutique hotel run
by the House of Rawatsar who traces their ancestry
from Kandhlot Rathore clan of Rajputs. Rawatsar
was a Jagir (an estate) of the erstwhile Bikaner
state. The chief of Rawatsar was amongst the four
premier nobles of Bikaner. Here, you can experience
a memorable stay in an authentic Rajput home.
The hotel has been carefully renovated to have
the distinct decoration of past era amalgamated
with modern amenities where you will feel a royal
The hotel is situated in Jaipur, the famous city
and the capital of the princely state of Rajasthan.
The city has earned a universal recognition as
the "Pink City" with beautiful constructed
palaces and forts. Visiting Jaipur without visiting
Dera Rawatsar, understanding unique way of life,
thoughts and beliefs would be an empty visit.
There are so many things that one would miss as
a tourist but not as a guest. One will be welcomed,
looked after, given the best advice & guidance
and help & assistance of any kind that they
may need. Your stay at Dera Rawatsar is sure to
leave a lasting spell on your mind.
Rawatsar, blending traditional Indian hospitality
& Indian modernism, has impressive exterior
and interiors with architecture typical of Jaipur.
The hotel offers a wide variety of accommodations,
ranging from Super Deluxe Rooms to Superior Royal
Rooms . The restaurant serves traditional delicacies
to its in-room guests. Guests can rejuvenate themselves
with a massage, which can be arranged on prior
appointment. One can also explore the sights and
sounds of the city by taking part in the city
At Dera Rawatsar, you will be personally received
by your hosts: Mrs. Veena and Mandvi. You will
also have the pleasure of meeting a remarkable
woman - Padmashree Rani Laxmi Kumari Chundawat,
who heads the Rathore family. She made a path
breaking decision on abandoning Purdah system
in the feudal era and had served three times in
the Indian Assembly, playing a key role in the
complicated politics of that time. She is also
a gifted story teller and a renowned scholar of
Rajasthani folk tales and verse.