Samode Bagh is a garden paradise situated at a distance of 4 km from the beautiful Samode Palace. Spread over 20 acres of lush greenery, the resort combines cordiality and luxury. Enjoy the unique experience of stay in a tented camp. Inspired from days of the Rajputana, the sand dune colored tents are luxuriously furnished with every comfort. In the midst of abundance of flowers and trees, melody of birds, fountains and waterways, the luxurious camps create one of the most memorable holidays.
Samode Bagh was constructed more than 400 years ago by Rawal Sheo Singhji, and it is patterned on the geometric style of the Mughal Garden. Samode Bagh is a garden paradise snuggled on 20 acres of beautiful grounds combined with warmth and luxury, an atmosphere that is calm, peaceful and graceful. The garden is stretched for about three blocks and is enclosed by a 15 foot high stone wall.
Hotel Samode Bagh of Samode in Rajasthan has a provision for 44 well appointed tents and sufficient number of guestrooms. Samode Bagh is a delightful garden resort that revives the ambience of stately hunting tents with brightly colored flowery designs on the inner walls of the tents. All the 44 tents at Samode Bagh in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India are equipped with modern comforts that blend in without effort with the medieval ambience. The hotel provides attached modern bathrooms and running hot and cold water in all the rooms.
The dining area of Samode Bagh is a huge communal tent. The elegantly designed tent serves traditional Rajasthani food as well as a mix of Asian and European cuisine. For a quiet and intimate dining experience, the poolside offers the picture-perfect site.
Dine under the trees and the stars or pen air barbeques with music, song and dance. The wine cellar also boasts of an extensive selection of Indian wines.
Distance From Airport59 Km
Distance From Station47 Km
Samode is positioned in the regal Indian state of Rajasthan about 42 km from capital city Jaipur. Samode was one of the princely places of Jaipur, built in the 19th century and is famous for its havelis and forts. The highlighting of the building is the exquisite Diwan-i-khas covered with original paintings and mirror work. It's a perfect spot for sashays and picnics. Samode is famed for Samode Palace and Samode Bagh and Samode is an ideal desert getaway.