The property is designed by Bobby Mukherji keeping in mind to balance the city’s rich legacy with the demands of a millennial traveller.
Often called as the Golden City of India, Jaisalmer’s royal legacy is a great testimony to its glorious past. Exquisitely designed palaces, a formidable citadel, sandy plains and a populace that is steeped in culture while straddling the comforts of modern life symbolise – the Jaisalmer
Marriott Resort and Spa in Jaisalmer has been recently designed by Bobby Mukherji & Associates keeping in mind the deep Indian essence of the city yet using an international outlook. A modern take on Indian royalty, the palace hotel now showcases flawless design, unparalleled amenities and world-class service.
No wonder BM&A has done a commendable job of intrinsically weaving Jaisalmer’s regal past with the landscape of the city’s ethos. Enter the premises of the hotel and you’re sure to sink into the world where long corridors, high ceilings and exquisite marble flooring give it a palatial feel, even as technology aids the guest to time-travel between today and erstwhile Jaisalmer.
The hotel’s interiors are beautifully adorned with Classic Jaisalmer motifs, giving rise to an upgraded lifestyle that form an integral part of the experience of staying in a royal palace. Discerningly designed rooms and suites exhibit minimalist luxury like never before.
The interiors also feature a Spa that offers luxe treatments in a tranquil ambience. Marriott Resort & Spa in Jaisalmer is no less than an architectural marvel time travels to history while recognizing the importance of modernity, is highly inclined towards nature – all wrapped together with the finest in luxury.
Bobby Mukherji, founder and principal architect, BM&A said, “We visualised the Marriott Resort & Spa in Jaisalmer to be the epitome of luxury… where the past, the present and the future meet effortlessly, where the rules of hospitality are re-written.
We’re immensely pleased with the positive response on the newly designed hotel and its awe-inspiring interiors. BM&A is known to get into the character of the edifice it designs and this truly reflects in the end product.”
More on: www.bobbymukherji.com
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