Step through the golden gates of the Rajput Suite to be transported an opulent Rajasthani palace, replete with marble floors, arches, architectural detailing, and a royal colour palette. A peacock centrepiece adds drama to the living room.
In 1966, George Harrison stayed in this suite under an assumed name and studied sitar under Pandit Ravi Shankar. Adorned with original artefacts and memorabilia, this whimsically luxuriant suite is an inspiration, much like the man himself.
Spread across two levels, the entire suite is inspired by maritime rudiments. The yachting blue and white colour theme, polished woods and brass on the furniture, a ship bell as the piece de resistance and a vintage telescope to observe the horizon, bring the theme to life.