More heaven than home


Established in 1969 by the Late Thakur Manvendra Singh and Late Thakurani Jayendra Kumari, The Rohet House is our family home in Jodhpur, a beloved haven amidst the bustling modernity of Rajasthan’s second largest city. Spread across 14,000 sq. feet, this private property has been lovingly developed into a Luxury Residence featuring six Suites and two Rooms, a spectacular swimming pool, a beautifully appointed plush dining room, inviting lounges and verandas and a lush garden.

The Rohet House is the latest addition to our family run bouquet of intimate, experiential properties under the “House of Rohet” umbrella. Our properties – Rohet Garh (The ancestral seat of the family since 1622 AD and one of the leading heritage hotels in the country today), and Mihir Garh (our luxury boutique property in the desert, and thrice voted the world’s best boutique hotel!) have constantly strived for excellence, and pushed the boundaries of hospitality and service to another level. At The Rohet House, we stay committed to taking our legacy of impeccable service and endearing hospitality to even greater heights.

The Rohet House has been renovated and refurbished with great love and care, and an unmatched eye for detail. There is a subtle, but significant ingredient in the design blueprint of The Rohet House. With the present Thakurani Rashmi Singh’s astute sense of refinement, quiet opulence and intelligent restraint, the aesthetics of The Rohet House stand for harmony and balance between the traditional and the contemporary. As a result, The Rohet House absorbs the best of both worlds and presents itself as a vibrant and invigorating modern-day sanctuary, steeped in the richness and grace of older, perhaps simpler and certainly more profound times. The beautifully appointed rooms, lounges and dining room are adorned with exquisite hand painted frescoes. The underlying theme of Rohet House is 'Krishna '. His subtle presence adorns every room and living space, as he cradles the house in his embrace.

The Rohet House has always possessed this incredible positive vibe….lifting the spirit during difficult times, and exuding a comforting warmth and a reassuring sense of security. It tends to attract people and induces joy all around. It has been witness to many a grand party and treasures beautiful memories of fun and good times. Today, in its new avatar, The Rohet House beckons.

At every step, the hallmark of The Rohet House is the discovery of special detail - inviting and inclusive, yet intimate, giving you the freedom to interpret as you will, so that you truly feel at home here.


The Rooms and Suites of The Rohet House simply take your breath away. The two Deluxe Rooms and six Suites are appointed to perfection by the lady of the house - Thakurani Sahiba Rashmi herself. Each of the 8 bedrooms have been given the utmost love and attention. Each one has it's own identity, it's own personality. Each one having its own delicious colour pallet that comes together like poetry. Each one has a story to tell, and all of this comes together like a masterpiece, leaving one speechless by its sheer beauty. The underlying theme of Rohet House is 'Krishna', and He resides in all the rooms.

The walls of each room are adorned with exquisite hand painted frescoes depicting him, or an element of him. The frescoes are the signature stroke of The Rohet House, and enhance each space across the property. The one common element binding the bedrooms together is the scrumptious luxury they all offer. With absolutely no compromise on quality, each bedroom is furnished with furniture and fittings that are custom made and of the highest standard. Everything from the linen, towels and the toiletries are simply the best. All of this comes together to enable our guest to splurge and indulge and take back memories to cherish for a long time.


Ground floor accommodation with luxurious amenities and hand painted walls.

32" Smart TV and WiFi

Tempereture Control

2 Vanities with Forest Essential amenities

Nespresso Machine


Fine Tea Selection

In-room safe

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Suites on the first and second floor with luxurious, state of the art amenities and interiors.

32" Smart TV and WiFi

Tempereture Control

In-room safe

2 Vanities with Forest Essential amenities

Nespresso Machine


Fine Tea Selection

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The various amenities at Rohet house are perfect to rejuvenate you on your relaxing holiday.


Rohet’s royal kitchens and traditional recipes have garnered an indisputable reputation in their own right. The Rohet House restaurant offers a contemporary take on these beloved family secrets in its à la carte menu ; so as to suit a variety of culinary preferences.


The elevated infinity edge lap pool is the perfect spot to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. It's greenish blue hue is ever inviting and green surroundings never fall to calm the senses.


At The Rohet House, we have curated simple, yet extraordinary experiences to help you make your visit to Jodhpur a memorable one.

shopping excursions

Get an insider's recommendations on the best Jodhpur has to offer.

We will take you to Sardar Market, named after Maharaja Sardar Singh of Jodhpur. One of the city’s oldest street markets, it is also known as Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower) Market, after the adjacent Clock Tower. The construction of this tower was commissioned by Maharaja Sardar Singh, during his reign between 1895 and 1911.

Please note: We recommend that you carry cash with you, for many of the shops may not be able to facilitate payment by card. Please contact Reception should you require any assistance in this matter.

Sardar Market’s seemingly endless network of lanes is home to innumerable shops. The ever-friendly purveyors offer handicrafts, antiques and colourful glass bangles; spices, teas and eye-catching chunks of naturally occurring salts weighed on old-fashioned scales; local delicacies; as well as textiles and accessories; besides fruits, vegetables and daily goods that dominate the grocery lists of the locals.

There is also Nai Sarak Market and Sojati Gate Market, where you may shop to your heart’s content for traditional kurta-pajama sets, saris, dupattas (stoles) and turbans, fashioned out of traditional ‘tie-and-dye’ fabrics, known as bandhani or bandhej.

Mochi Bazaar literally translates to ‘Cobbler’s Market.’ Here, you will find ingeniously designed leather footwear, the star amongst them being the incredibly comfortable Jodhpuri jutti. Tripolia Bazaar is favoured by collectors of particular handicrafts in brass, marble or wood; and unique jewellery or decorative accessories for your home.

Exploring the blue city at dawn

Walk the historic streets of the blue city discovering hidden gems off the beaten track.

The early morning walks into the old city are an enriching experience. Exploring the streets of Brahmpuri, the blue city, as it awakens is a moving, spiritual experience.

Beginning our excursion at the two lakes behind the Mehrangarh Fort, and then meandering through tiny lanes along the outside of the fort walls, with a bird's eye view of the city of Jodhpur, is indeed exhilarating.

Then through the streets of the old market, you arrive at the famed Kunj Behari temple, which is the patron deity of the city, in time for the morning prayer service, and witness the market around the temple as it slowly comes to life. Shopkeepers raising the shutters of their stores and going about their morning rituals, preparing for their day of commerce. All that walking works up an appetite and we then indulge in some of Jodhpur's famed street food breakfast delicacies like Lassi, Jalebis, Samosas, Kachoris and Mirchi Vadas. All recipes which have been perfected over generations by families who have been serving them to their patrons for over a century.

The blue city walk at dawn is an unmatched experience in Jodhpur, and one which cannot be missed.


Experience the grandeur of the Sun City in style.

Mehrangarh Fort is a spectacular architectural marvel, established on May 12, 1459 by the founder of Jodhpur, the Rajput Maharaja, Rao Jodha. Rising about 400 ft. above the city’s skyline, its colossal size and enigmatic splendour takes on a hypnotic and protective quality at night. One of the major attractions of the Mehrangarh Museum is the Daulat Khana, or the repository of Mehrangarh Fort’s treasures. You may also wish to visit the Shrine of Chamunda Mata, Rao Jodha’s favourite goddess; participate in a zipline tour; or savour the charm of Chokelao Bagh, reminiscent of royal gardens that inspired romance in bygone times.

At a short distance from Mehrangarh Fort and amidst intricate pavilions, tiered gardens and a serene lake, is Jaswant Thada; another illustration of Jodhpur’s immaculate architecture. Made out of the finest white marble, this cenotaph was constructed by Maharaja Sardar Singh, in memory of his father, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. Jaswant Thada also serves as a cremation ground for the royal family of Marwar.

The Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, spread over 72 hectares, is a sincere attempt at the ecological restoration of a large, rocky area near and under Mehrangarh Fort. It is characterised by rather particular volcanic and sandstone formations; and visitors can choose from a selection of trails to explore the Rock Park. Mandore, approx 9 kms north of Jodhpur, represents the erstwhile capital of the princely state of Marwar, before Rao Jodha moved it to Jodhpur and Mehrangarh fort. This historic town boasts of a formidable, albeit now ruined Fort. Tourists enjoy a stroll through The Mandore Gardens, a charming landscape dotted with temples, high rock terraces and chhatris (memorial cenotaphs) of the rulers of Jodhpur state. The Gardens house the ‘Hall of Heroes,’ containing 16 figures carved out of a single rock. The ‘Temple of 33 Crore Gods’ pays homage to the deities of Hinduism. Mandore is also home to the country’s only Ravana Temple, dedicated to the great king of Lanka described in the Hindu epic, Ramayana. As Mandore is believed to be the native place of his wife Mandodari, Ravana is revered as a divine son-in-law amongst some of the local Brahmins.


C/O Rohet House, P.W.D. Road, Jodhpur, Rajasthan - India +91-124-4654330


3 km from the airport

3 km from the railway station

5 km from the bus stop