Samode has come to mean many favorite destinations since it offers many invaluable experiences. A former regal princedom situated precisely 40 km from the important city of Jaipur; you come across Samode in the midst of the knolls of the big and enormous span of the Aravallis. The large imperial household has delicately reinstated three of their illustrious private family estates and these are now trend-setting and high-class hotels and resorts.
Sightseeing Places in Samode Samode Palace
Samode should be visited for its palace-hotel, showcasing a fine blend of Rajput-Mughal architecture styles, which has been well restored today. Rawal Sheo Singh, who was the prime minister of Jaipur during the mid-19th century, gave the palace its most fabulous addition – the extravagantly hand-painted Darbar Hall and the overlooking gallery, which forms the breathtaking Sheesh Mahal. Samode Palace was transformed into one of the country’s premium palace hotels in 1987.
Traditionally used by the old Samode folks as a secluded haven, Samode Bagh is peaceful and uncommon, more a safe haven than hotel. Be considerably enamored by the lush profusion of great native foliage, attractive vegetation, bright plants seeking refuge among ornamental fountainheads, watercourses and rotundas, as you sit out underneath comfortably dense awnings, domed shelters, high ceilings and porches and are sung to by countless exotic birds that come in gladly to meet you in their innate humble dwelling.
Jaipur’s Sanganer Airport is just south of the city.
Jaipur Station well connected to Delhi by Ajmer Shatabdi and Delhi-Jaipur Express, to Mumbai by the Bombay Central-Jaipur and Aravalli expresses, and to Kolkata by the Howrah-Jaipur Express.
NH8 links Jaipur to Delhi via Shahpura and Dharuhera, and to Mumbai via Ajmer, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Baroda, Bharuch, Pardi, Talasari and Manor.