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Sujan Rajmahal Palace Jaipur

Golden Triangle, India

250 years ago, H.H Sawai Jai Singh II built the Sujan Rajmahal Palace as a private residence enclosed within a verdant garden. The pink property could be the set of a Wes Anderson film, adorned with mirrored doors, finely painted pastel interiors, and glittering chandeliers.

There are 14 royal apartments, suites, and palace rooms, all of which embody the rich heritage of the past. The guest rooms are truly opulent, with individually designed wallpapers and fabrics. No two rooms are the same, but all are dazzling.
 
Breakfast is served in 51 Shades of Pink, a cerise room where the light floods in through full length windows and reflects off the mirror panels on the walls. Later in the day, you might take tea in The Colonnade, looking out at the palace lawns and gardens. Dinner is a formal affair in The Orient Occident, and the menu includes a huge array of traditional Jaipuri dishes now rarely served elsewhere.