Situated on it’s own Ghat, Brijrama Palace was built in 18th century by the Royal house of Nagpur and is one of the oldest structures in Varanasi. It was also known as “Darbhanga Mahal” for a time. Re-christened as Brijrama Palace in its later history, the palace is named after the influential and once mayor of the city, Late Shri Brij Pal Das Ji and his wife, Late Shrimati Rama Devi.
The palace hotel is constructed out of solid sandstone and has beautifully crafted interiors, featuring artistic verandahs and pillars, Brijrama Palace in Varanasi is now an uber luxury hotel for guests arriving from all over the World. The hotel is a stone’s throw away from the famous Dasashwamedh Ghat, site of the annual Ganga Aarti.
A truly unforgettable experience at Brijrama Palace starts with a Bajra ride (an Indian wooden boat) from Mahishasura Ghat to reach the palace. Once at the hotel guests receive the warmest of receptions, after which they are shown about the palace and acquainted with its illustrious past. The palace hotel offers a number of suites with luxury facilities and amenities complementing their heritage architecture.