About Ranbanka Palace
Ranbanka literally meaning the master of battles was an honour conferred upon the courageous Rajput clan of Jodhpur, the Rathore's. The Princely state of Jodhpur was founded in 1459 AD by Rao Jodha, a Rajput chief of the Rathore clan. Ranbanka Palace was built in 1927 for Maharajadhiraj Sir Ajit Singh ji, the youngest son of Maharaja Sir Sardar Singh ji and one of the most renowned princes of the region.
A part of the erstwhile palace was commissioned to be converted into a heritage hotel, aptly named Ranbanka Palace; offering guests the opportunity to enjoy one of Rajasthan's foremost royal experiences. With magnificent views of the Blue city, Ranbanka Palace retains and preserves the old world charm and glory of a bygone era. Its central location allows easy access to key leisure and business addresses in the city. The heritage hotel today houses a range of accommodations from deluxe pool and courtyard facing rooms to extravagant suites in the royal 'Heritage Wing' and luxurious 'Jodhana Wing'.
Ranbanka Palace offers an array of cuisines and is famous for its elaborate Rajasthani flavours. From in-room dining to buffets, a la carte, private gatherings and theme dinners, Ranbanka Palace offers diversity in dining at: - the garden by the restaurant & poolside; The Pancharanga multicusine restaurant serving Indian, Continental,& Oriental dishes ; The Polo Bar, with an eclectic selection of Beverages housing an exhibit of the family's trophies won over generations and The Baithak, an exemplary Rajasthani lounge complete with Bajots & Gaddi Massons.
Langa dancers, puppet shows and traditional music recitals offer a chance to enjoy aspects of Rajasthani culture. Other attractions include signature spa therapies at the 'Spa By The Baradri', unique in-room shopping available only in the Jodhana Wing, handcrafted and tailor-made RBJ mojaris, shopping corridor with a tour operator, romantic dinners at the many private terraces and much more mark the ideal antitheses to today's fast paced life.