Piramal Haveli

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A graceful colonnaded façade, latticed balconies, and interior courtyards make this heritage property a textbook example of Rajasthani colonial architecture. Built in the 1920s by its namesake, a Bombay cotton and opium baron, Piramal Haveli's eight rooms are done up with period furniture, ceiling frescoes, and geometric-patterned rugs. The hotel staff hosts equally old-fashioned activities like musical chairs and treasure hunts, as well as dinners for eight or more on the nearby desert dunes in spring and summer.

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