The Lalgarh Palace is an immensely beautiful and imposing red- sand stone palace - and also a heritage hotel - in Bikaner, Rajasthan. Completed in 1902, the palace was built by Maharaja Ganga Singhji in the memory of his father, Maharaj Lall Singh Ji. Comprising the architectural patterns and designs of Rajput, Muslim and European styles, the palace is a testament to the opulence and grandeur of the princely state of the erstwhile period.
The Lalgarh Palace is regarded as ‘Jewel in the Thar Desert’ as its beauty is truly unrivalled. Being a heritage hotel also, the palace has the distinction of playing host to an array of dignitaries from across the world. A visit here gives tourists a chance to see a rare compilation of etchings and old prints. Dancing peacocks and lush green sprawling lawns will please your heart no end.
Presently, the Lalgarh Palace also serves as a heritage and luxury hotel to give tourists a peek into the royalty and luxury enjoyed by the rulers of the then princely states of Rajasthan. A museum can also be seen at this place which has wrapped around years of heritage, history and royalty. Pay a visit here and experience the pinnacle of architecture and hospitality.