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Jagat Palace Pushkar

Behind Ramdwara, Ajmer Road, Pushkar, Rajasthan - 305022


Rooms 85

Tourists who come to Pushkar love to stay in the 3-star heritage style hotel, Jagat Palace, as from here one could get amazing views of the biggest sand dune of Thar Desert and the magnificent Snake Mountain. Also, guests of this hotel live the lives of Royalty and leave with unforgettable memories.

Hotel Details -

Jagat Palace was opened for tourists approximately five years ago. The exterior designs of the hotel showcase the regal features of Rajasthani architecture. Constructed using red sandstone and with engraved Chattris and Jharokas everywhere in the building takes one back to royal past of Rajasthan.

There are total 85 centrally air-conditioned rooms which are very spacious and sophisticatedly furnished. The age-old Rajasthan mixes with the futuristic India in each of the rooms as the architecture blends in with the modern amenities provided. One enjoys amazing view from all the rooms and thus each day in here leaves a bundle of everlasting memories.

There are two tastefully designed multi-cuisine restaurants in the hotel, namely Umaid Mahal and Samdar Mahal. Lip-smacking palettes of Rajasthani, Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes are served to delight event the most nagging connoisseur. There is an additional German Bakery in both the on-site restaurant from where guests could enjoy bakery and confectionery delights.


List of Facilities
  • Clock Room
  • Room Service
  • Elevators
  • Travel Desk
  • Doctor on call
  • Laundry
  • STD/ISD Telephone
  • Money Exchange
  • Mini-bar
  • Car Rental


  • Kerala Ayurvedic Massage
  • Steam bath
  • Jacuzzi
  • Camping
  • Camel Karwan
  • Swimming pool
  • Jeep, Horse and Camel Safaris

Local Info

  • Distance From Airport

    150 Kms
  • Distance From Station

    13 Kms

The town of Pushkar has in a few years achieved massive importance in the tourism sector. Major reason for this is the presence of rare Brahma Temple at Pushkar which is a major religious site for hindu pilgrims. The historical city was first mentioned in the classical Abhigyan Sakuntalam, the work of legendary 5th century Indian poet, Kalidas. Hence, it is an immensely historically significant destination as well.