Located on the suburbs of Jaipur, The Pink City of India, is Chokhi Dhani, replication of ethnic Rajasthani Village. Spread on more than 18 acres of land, Chokhi Dhani is synonymous with Rajasthani Culture since 1989. In 1989 with Chokhi Dhani Village, as a part of ambiance for a restaurant, over the years it has evolved as a tasteful and authentic symbol of ethnic village life of this most colorful state in the country. Built on typical Rajasthani theme, embedded with its rich heritage and lifestyle, it is a place where festivity never ends. Tradition infused with illustrious Rajasthani Hospitality makes Chokhi Dhani an unavoidable choice. Every day thousands of Inbound and Domestic Tourists and corporate clients congregate for a memorable experience.
In Chokhi Dhani Village you will find a different theme for each day, a festive celebration every time in a different manner with a purview of real rajasthani village culture in fun, entertainment, games, thrill, shopping, rajasthani diet, Rajasthani Kalbeliya Dance or Ghoomer or other folk dance , music and much more to look... to feel... to breathe... to taste... to experience.... whereas Chokhi Dhani Resort is not merely a modern resort with many facilities, but an experience to the Royal culture of Indian history. Warm hospitality in line with the Rajasthani tradition of "Padharo Mhare Des" transports you to the era of Thakurs, the village lords. It is an ideal place for a perfect vacation. It provide all facilities and services of any modern resort like Business meeting hall, Banquet Hall, Recreational facilities, Health Club, Swimming Pool, Spa, Steam and Sauna baths, Jacuzzi, a Gym and Massage facility, Beauty Parlor, Discotheque, Bar, Multicuisine Restaurant and more and some special facilities which you will find nowhere like Rajasthani special thali (Rajasthani Diet) in pure Ghee, Indian Hukkha, Traditional welcome with Tikka and Arti, Folk music which makes your feet dance, Ethnic decoration all around and in all cottages and Haveli Suites and moreover the respect, love and care which an Indian gives to his guest...treated as God.