Airbnb users can finally live like a royal in this £8,000-a-night palace suite which has opened to well-to-do tourists with deep pockets. The Gudliya Suite at the 300-year-old City Palace in the northern city of Jaipur is among the most expensive Airbnb rentals and it could be the most extravagant one as well. The 21 -year-old Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh, who is said to have a fortune of up to £660million, is the first royal to host on the platform. Guests are pampered by royal staff, including a personal butler, during their stay at a landmark which has hosted the likes of Princess Diana, Bill Clinton, Jacqueline Kennedy and Oprah Winfrey in the past. The one-bed suite is located within a private section with almost two dozen amenities, including an indoor pool, hot tub, garden and meals made by the palace’s chef. It is decorated with crystal chandeliers, gilded wall decorations and intricate carvings. But the private room is booked solid through the next year with only a handful of dates available in January. When guests arrive in Jaipur, a chauffeur-driven car collects them at the airport and whisks them to one of India’s most iconic buildings. The listing states:… Read full this story
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