Rooted to the essence of Sandur’s soil, the 12 suites and rooms of the palace is where classic luxury synthesizes with contemporary amenities. Lambani wall hangings, old photographs, vintage furniture and curios of the royal family enhance the royal quotient of all the rooms. All rooms are fitted with modern fittings and amenities such as a coffee/tea maker, mini bar on the house, a large screen TV with cable and phone &Internet facilitates along with spacious en-suite bathrooms.
Maharani Suite – The most elegant, and thus coveted, room is the Maharani suite that sits on the first floor of the palace. Wooden steps in front of the Bhajan Hall lead upto this classic royal room with a King size bed. Weathered photographs, a plush seating area, an intricately carved wooden table and a separate dressing room provide lavish indulgence. The bathroom is spacious and fitted with a tub, rain shower with a toiletry kit for your convenience. The suite opens up into a large sunny balcony, your own secret corner to catch up on a good book or just be privy to melodious birdsong.
Maharaja Suite –Wooden steps that creak beneath your feet, fitted with brass struts to hold the carpet, wind up to the first floorwhere the Maharaja suite lies on the eastern corner.A four-poster bed, a separate living room, richly carved drawers, a writing desk and a regal ambience surround the room. A large ensuite bathroom with modern fittings can be reached via the dressing area of the Maharaja suite. A separate balcony overlooks the main gateway – for many guests, this is the perfect privatesit out to spend the evening.
Regular Suite and Deluxe Rooms – Twin beds and double bed options are offered for the deluxe rooms spread over both floors. Soft lighting, Lambani art and naturally well-lit rooms help you sink into quietude. The rooms have a seating area, a writing desk and large bathrooms with tubs and rain showers as well.