Hotel Haveli Kalwara history

In the early years of the 21st century, the Kalwara family decided to show their heritage and history to the world outside. The result for the outside world was the great experience of the royal heritage and traditional Rajasthani culture.

All the aspects of Jaipur’s iconic architecture were respected while designing and making the Haveli Kalwara around 200 years ago. Keeping in with the tradition, same old construction materials were used in its restoration whenever and wherever required.

The interiors of the Haveli flaunt of hand-painted walls and frescos made of pure gold. The Haveli is kept open and spacious to get all the enjoyable elements of the weather. Located at the heart of the city, the Haveli is at a walking distance from all the major heritage sites and market places of Jaipur.

Art & Culture

Hotel view & Interior

The mansion is beautifully designed and interior with the replica of modern art and hand paintings. Open spacious mansion with the beautiful view of pinkcity. A perfect place to stay and start your day with the mesmerizing view of Nahargarh Fort.

The experience of living at Hotel Kalwara, with its royal architecture and Rajasthani artwork, is an experience you will never forget. Situated in a famous bazaar of within the walls of the old city, Hotel Kalwara is set up at the perfect prime location as it has each and every monument of Jaipur at a small distance. One can just look out of their balcony and experience the heritage of Jaipur with their own eyes.

The rooms of the hotel are designed in a way which has blended in all the comforts of the modern day with the artistic beauty of the Rajasthani culture. All the rooms at Haveli Kalwara have private bathrooms and an out of doors area. The rooms’ interior and furnishing are done in such a way which ensures king size comfort for our guests.

The Host

Divya’s husband, Mr. Neeti Raj Kalwara is an entrepreneur by profession. He is also a government certified French escort guide who has ample experience after his stint with a travel agency. Having an extensive knowledge of the Rajasthani culture and history, Mr. Neeti Raj has hosted a good number of guests at luncheons, high teas and dinners, catering to a variety of needs of his guests from around the world. Divya and Neeti Raj have been blessed with two sons, Madhvandra and Lokendra, both of whom are currently completing their schooling from Saint Xavier’s School, Jaipur. A beautiful family indeed.

Jaipur - The Pink City

Jaipur, as an awe-struck traveller said some hundreds of years ago “Is a beautiful house that has fallen from the basket of an angel.” Also known as ‘The Pink City’, it can boast of the most spectacular monuments, the most majestic palaces and the most preserved culture in every nook and corner of the city. One can find a variety of handicrafts, jewelry, fabrics, carpets, statues, sculptures…the list is endless!