In pictures: Gudliya Suite at the City Palace of Jaipur on Airbnb
The luxurious Gudliya Suite at the City Palace will be available for stays starting November 23, 2019 for the first time ever on Airbnb.
The 300 year old City Palace of Jaipur now on Airbnb. All images courtesy Airbnb.
His Highness Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh becoming the first King to host on Airbnb.
The Gudliya Suite will become accessible to outside guests starting November 23.
The City Palace is one of India’s most iconic buildings.
Guests will be able to book and stay in the luxurious Gudliya Suite, located within one of the private sections of a royal palace.
The Suite includes its own lounge, kitchen, luxurious bathroom and private, indoor swimming pool.
Until now, has been used for the royals and their special guests.
Guests will truly get to experience what it’s like to live like royalty.
Guests of the Gudliya Suite at the City Palace will be provided an inspiring journey into the rich history, cultural heritage and artistic traditions of Jaipur’s royal family.
The interiors contain ornate chambers, large and airy reception halls, crystal chandeliers, gilded wall decorations, intricate carvings and in addition to the royal residence, the sprawling palace complex houses a large, internationally recognised museum.
The Palace has never been available to be booked by outside guests before.
Proceeds from each booking will go to the Princess Diya Kumari Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting rural women and artisans in Rajasthan.
Gudliya Suite, priced at $8,000 per night.
City Palace exemplifies the best of 18th century Rajput architecture with and other architectural influences of later periods.