Nestled on the bank of Sardar Samand Lake, Sardar Samand Lake Palace was built by Maharaja Umaid Singh in 1933 as a hunting lodge. Even after so many years of its establishment, Sardar Samand Palace remains the favorite haunt of royal families and luxury travelers as it is now converted into a hotel. The resort features a fine collection of original water watercolor paintings and African trophies. It also has a lush manicured garden; exquisite boat house; swimming pool; tennis court; squash courts and above all this, a grand Sardar Samand Lake that attracts several migratory and local birds such as the yellow-legged green pigeon, Himalayan griffon, and Dalmatian pelican. So if travelers have an intriguing love for history and are fascinated by the idea of staying in a luxury hotel on their trip to Rajasthan, then a stopover at the Sardar Samand Lake Palace can prove to be a refreshing break.
Mandore Road, Jodhpur, Rajasthan - 342026