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Two thirds of Indian’s live in villages so it would be a shame not to experience the country life. A stay here is to experience traditional, rural Rajasthan life. Our pick of the best places to stay in Raipur provide a boutique hideaway.
In Rajasthan especially, tourists seem to join the dots between the main cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaisalmer. All wonderful, but potentially exhausting visits. Raipur is an easy three-hour drive from Jodhpur; yet a world away.
As you continue down the highway the traffic and truck horns slowly dissipate, replaced by buffalo bottlenecks and be-turbaned Rajasthani farmers sporting white dhoti and herding their cattle.
Our pick of the best places to stay in Raipur are all ideally situated for a country escape.
- Lakshman Sagar is a former maharajah’s hunting lodge turned chic boutique retreat. Decorated with local influences and vibrant pop colours individual cottages with private plunge pools. It’s something of an Ibiza meets India vibe – very bohemian chic. You can even participate in rural activities such as goat herding and kite flying.
Still not sure which to book? Browse through our list of the best places to stay in Raipur to start to plan your trip. Alternatively, widen the net and check out all our Rajasthan recommendations, or contact one of our friendly gurus for advice.
Best Hotels in Raipur
Lakshman Sagar 12 rooms from $220Raipur (Rajasthan)
A boutique hideaway in the truest sense. Part of the Sewara chain of hotels known for their organic produce and eco credentials this property upholds the good name. Twelve private cottages, made from local stone have private pools. Decor comprises local artwork and gorgeous pop colours.Hideaway - A quiet place for guests to relax by the pool amongst the sounds of nature.Romantic Break - Private cottages all with private pool and gorgeous rooms.Cooking classes - Learn some of Rajasthan's culinary secrets from the excellent in house chef.Great walks - A guided sunrise walk through the region's henna fields.Recommended by - I Escape, CN Traveller