6 Heritage Hotels That Your Favourite Bollywood Movies Were Filmed At!
As Indians, we’re obsessed with Bollywood. So it’s no wonder then that the films we love also have an important part to play in influencing our travel decisions. Wouldn’t we all like the chance to walk the same halls that our favourite stars once did?
At these heritage hotels, all locations where famous Bollywood flicks were shot, you can do just that, and more.
Spend the night at one of these and live out your cinematic fantasies!
1. Woodville Palace Hotel, Shimla
You’ll remember it from: 3 Idiots
The Palace is the former summer residence of the Raja Rana of Jubbal and gives guests the chance to take a step back in time.
2. Hotel De L’orient, Pondicherry
You’ll remember it from: Jism
This French mansion, complete with high-raftered ceilings and savonnerie rugs dates back to the late 1760’s.
3. Baradari Palace, Patiala
You’ll remember it from: Bodyguard
Designed in 1876, this palace, once home to Maharaja Rajinder Singh is perhaps not as ostentatious as the other palaces of Patiala, but is nonetheless still significant.
Just like the Maharaja it was commissioned by, it refuses to conform to a single architectural style, and happily unites Hindustani, Mughal and Colonial influences.
4. Hotel Narain Niwas Palace, Jaipur
You’ll remember it from: Paheli
Boasting ethnic furnishings and a traditional Jaipur-style painted wall decor, this Rajput palace exudes royalty. It was built in the year 1928 by General Amar Singh Ji, the then Thakur of Kanota.
5. Chomu Palace, Jaipur
You’ll remember it from: Bhool Bhulaiyaa
This 300-year-old elegant palace hotel evokes the gracious lifestyles of the princes of Rajasthan and is a beautiful amalgamation of the old and the new.
6. Lallgarh Palace, Bikaner
You’ll remember it from: Band Baaja Baaraat
Grandiose and stately, this red sandstone palace built by Maharaja Ganga Singhji evokes a way of life long forgotten, allowing you to live like Royalty, if only for a day.
*Breaks piggy bank and cries*
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