A little boutique for your stay- Devraj Niwas

13 09 2012

Travelling- whether for leisure or for business-can be a disconcerting affair for some. Then there’s the hotel room, where you plan to stay.

Is it what you call “your home away from home”? Or is it a monochrome box? Are the dings of arriving elevators breaking the silence with maddening regularity? Do you feel like you never left the airport? This is the world of the conventional mass-market hotel. The big chains and their cookie-cutter ethos leave one feeling like yet another cog in a human assembly line.

It is this monotony and dehumanization that brought about the rise of the boutique hotels, Devraj Niwas being best among them in Rajasthan. Boutique hotel rooms are the very anti-thesis of the chain hotel.

It is the boutique ethos that drives us at Devraj Niwas. In our case, the anatomical parts that comprise a truly great hotel room are many and nuanced. Our rooms feature:

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  • Originality, with each of our suites designed and outfitted in distinctive style.
  • Air-conditioned, ground level rooms.
  • Fine, decorator quality furnishings.
  • Traditional wall motifs.
  • Antique four poster beds.
  • Opaque draw drapes.
  • Private quiet backyard.
  • Private sit-out area.
  • Decorations with old artifacts and wooden hand-carved furniture.
  • Individual designer toilets with complimentary herbal toiletries.
  • Well stocked mini-bar fridge.
  • Electronic deposit locker.
  • LCD TV, tea/coffee maker.
  • Down comforters and pillows.
  • Construction quality that preserves quiet.

We not only strive to be “your home away from home,” we strive to provide you with an experience that makes you rethink your return trip home.



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