Offbeat Palace Resorts For Your Destination Wedding on a budget!

Deogarh Mahal, Rajasthan

Every bride deserves a royal treatment on her D-Day. A destination wedding in a palace resort can do the trick. But not everyone can get married at Oberoi Udaivilas or Umaid Bhawan.
So we found some palaces and heritage properties to have a royal destination wedding at!

Deogarh Mahal, Rajasthan

This lovely yellow and white mahal is dripping regality. It can accommodate up to 150-200 guests for the stay which is a good number for a destination wedding.

Deogarh Mahal, Rajasthan
deogarh mahal
hotel deogarh mahal

Gajner Palace Hotel – Bikaner

This lakeside palace, thirty minutes away from Bikaner, was built by the late Maharaja Ganga Singhji and has been turned into a heritage hotel. The property is spread over a massive 6000 acres which is perfect for a big fat destination wedding on a budget!

Gajner palace
Gajner palace, Bikaner
Hotel Gajner Palace

Udai Kothi, Rajasthan

If you are looking for an intimate wedding experience, Udai Kothi is just the place for you. Not only is it pocket-friendly but also a gorgeous property!


Khimsar Fort and Dunes Hotel, Rajasthan

Another lesser-known property of the ITC Group. Khimsar fort has history, leisure, desert adventure, sports, wildlife safaris, and historic sightseeing tours all rolled into one! On the edge of the Thar Desert, this 16th-century fort is truly remote and romantic!

Khimsar Fort

Taj Usha Kiran Palace, Gwalior

Finally, a non-Rajasthan property! Located on a lush 9-acre estate in Gwalior, this white-and-yellow palace was built in 1880 by H H Maharaj Jayaji Rao Scindia. Savor the closely guarded recipes from the Maratha and Nepal royal kitchens along with classical music from the Gwalior Gharana. The wedding of 100 to 150 guests can be hosted at this palace.

Taj Usha Kiran Palace
Taj Usha kiran palace gwalior
taj usha kiran palace for weddings

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