Brainchild of Siddharth Kasliwal and Abhishek Honawar, 28 Kothi is everything a guest house should be and more
What happens when an extraordinaire-par-excellence jewelry designer shakes hands with a hospitality maverick? We get to experience pure gold! We are talking about the uber-classy 28 Kothi – a boutique guest house in the heart of Jaipur. And before you dismiss it as just another ordinary guest house, read on
28 Kothi has five air-conditioned rooms (2 suites, 2 doubles and 1 single) and is known for its untouched, pristine and calm vibes. The property is surrounded by lush gardens that are partly lit with torches and candles during evenings. Recently opened in January 2016, at 28 Kothi, start your day with farm fresh vegetarian breakfast, then settle with a good book at the Kothi library or enjoy high-speed WiFi in the lounge area. Alternatively, you can opt for a yoga session or book an Ayurvedic massage – perfect ways to de-stress. With guest house rates starting from $70, 28 Kothi is a place for tourists to unwind in a home-away-from-home setting.
The decor here is a beautiful amalgamation of traditional and contemporary. Built by French architect Georges Floret and Jaipur-based Lebanese designer Nur Kaoukji (creative director of lifestyle label Ecru), 28 Kothi is full of picturesque terraces and sun-kissed rooms. Its soothing color palette comprises white, orange and neutral tones. From custom-made furniture to locally-designed decor pieces and jewel-toned statement wallpaper, everything about it is breathtakingly serene.
OUR VERDICT | A great place to witness the modern-day royal, 28 Kothi is way above your average guest house. It’s where you should head for your next relaxing, intimate getaway.
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