5) Rambagh Palace, India
This holiday destination offers regal grandeur and lavish décor with 24 hour personal butler service in rooms where heads of state and celebrities are likely to have stayed. The palace continued to serve as the home to the royal Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and his family until 1957, and is now corporately owned. Because of India’s relationship with England, many dignitaries and members of the Royal Family have stayed at the palace, including Lord Mountbatten and his nephew Prince Charles, HRH the Prince of Wales. Rambagh Palace is regarded as the “Jewel of Jaipur” due to its superb marbled corridors and peerless private grounds. In fact, the palace’s estate has been feted in magazines and books and is still considered to be among one of the most beautiful gardens in the world.
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