The Ranjit Vilas Palace in Wankaner speaks volumes about the passion that the Royals of Wankaner had for art, architecture and engineering. Designed in the year 1907 by Maharaja Amarsinghji, the palace is a mix of varied architectural styles and stands majestically atop a hill, overlooking the beautiful town of Wankaner.
It showcases beautiful Gothic arches, a majestic clock tower with a Mughal dome, Franco-Italian window panes, oriental balconies and more. Though the members of the royal family reside at the palace, a part of the edifice has been converted into a museum of masterpieces, armaments and artifacts and is open to public.
The Royal Oasis was once the palace guest house and is located on the banks of Machchu Lake. Now converted into a heritage hotel, the beautiful building boasts of a tranquil environ all of tall greenish trees abuzz with soothing tweets of vibrant birds. Also, present inside is a beautiful pool with a twentieth century step well which adds to the beauty of the old world charm the building reflects.