Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel is a early 17th century haveli with its charm and aesthetics, situated in the heart of the most romantic city, nestled in the fertile valley on the eastern banks of the famous Lake Pichola.
This unique cluster of houses with its rooms restored back to their old charm and glory are surrounded by the ancient havelis and temples, they are situated around a central courtyard which is approached through a narrow archway from the Jagdish temple and the old city.
The haveli is made in a typical Mewar architecture and provides a visitor a very relaxing and regal haveli atmosphere and style.
The haveli situated right on the bank of Lake Pichola provides an excellent view of all the places of Udaipur, that is, City Palace, Lake Palace, Monsoon Palace etc.
The haveli, which is in two parts and originally named as Titoda and Bandwara Haveli, was built around 1623 AD, the same period when the Badi Mahal in the City Palace was made.
Both the havelis were in a dilapidated condition and in 1987; Kr. Devraj Singh took the challenge of renovating the havelis and converting them in a hotel.