A dining experience that lingers on mind for long
Alsisar Mahal is not only confined to seeing the fresco mansions and exploring the colorful bazaars but on top of all that staying here is a never to be forgotten experience in itself with the serene ambiances and old world charm of the palace.
Bringing back to life the grandeur of the old days the guests at Alsisar Mahal experience a lavish and princely feast at the lavish and elaborate dining area of the Palace.
The tastefully painted walls and ceiling of Alsisar Mahal showcase state of the art paintings, murals using gold, silver and natural color paints. The Mahal is also packed with an artistic vision in the form of glass paintings. Pictures of Gods, Goddesses, animals, colorful flowers and leaves are beautifully painted on the walls of Alsisar Mahal.
Our in-house restaurant serves multi-cuisine delicacies to the guests. Grand chandeliers and old family portraits add nobility to the huge dining area. Adorned with exquisite murals, delicately latticed and carved windows, it presents an awe-inspiring sight of magnificent mirror work. The above mentioned paintings festooned with gold and silver leaves and hand painted frescoes replete with gold leaf work add an extra charm to the guests dining in the hall.
Indian cuisine and traditional Rajasthani delicacies are the specialty of the Alsisar Mahal Kitchen. You can enjoy a lovely lounge breakfast in the morning treating yourself with the fabulous view of variety of birds and in the evening, you may choose to dine under the stars in the Alsisar Mahal courtyard, to be entertained by traditional performances of Indian music and dance.
Welcome to the Alsisar Mahal, Shekhawati and get a feel of the times of yore! Let yourself unravel in the peaceful ambiance and experience the true essence of Rajasthan’s hospitality.
For an unforgettable experience of magnificent architecture, regal hospitality, royal celebrations and the beauty of nature, feel free to contact us.
Alsisar Haveli Jaipur:
Sansar Chandra Road, Jaipur 302 001 (INDIA)