Pataudi Palace, which Saif Ali Khan recently bought after operating as a luxury hotel, is without a doubt one of the most coveted addresses in India today. It spans 10 acres in Pataudi, Haryana, and contains 150 boot rooms. These include seven wardrobes, seven bedrooms, seven pool rooms, and a host of multi-purpose rooms, which, we dare say, could serve as indoor play areas for Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi! Even the huge lawns that surround the mansion can be used well to host the many bouncy castles of little celebrities. We know that the palace now functions as a vacation home for the Khans. But this is a very recent development. Until 2014, Saif Ali Khan did not have the right to Pataudi Palace. After the death of Major Pataudi, the mansion was leased to Francis Waxerj and Aman Nath, the owners of the Neemrana Hotels network of "non-hotel" hotels, who had transformed it into a luxury hotel that had been operating in the name of Pataudi Palace Hotel since 2005. To 2014. In 2014, Saif Ali Khan was offered the opportunity to buy back the historic property. In an interview with the media, Saif Ali Khan said: “When my father passed away, the mansion was leased to Neemrana Hotels. Aman (Nath) and Frances (Wuxiarg) used to run (the hotel). Francis died. He said that if (the palace) wanted to go back, he could tell. I said I want it. They had a conference and said, well, you have to give us a lot of money. " While the exact amount of the repurchase is unknown, what we do know is that the property is currently valued at around 800 million rupees. After regaining possession of the palace, it is known that Saif Ali Khan has drastically redesigned its interior. Understandably, to suit the HD aesthetic design of the famous couple who are likely to visit here a lot now. The palace is still lavish as ever, and massive chandeliers and priceless antique furniture dominate the interiors of the colonial structure. Here's a look at some of its cool corners of Pataudi Palace.