The Rambagh Palace Hotel in central Jaipur is the epitome of old Rajasthani palaces converted into luxury hotels.
Built in 1835 it was refurbished in 1925 as a Royal guesthouse and was the home of the Jaipur royal family until 1957 when the Maharaja converted it into a luxury hotel.
Grand Royal Suites
Grand Presidential Suites
There are various other suites in the hotel, such as The Peacock Suite and the Suryavanshi, which have large open plan rooms with big sofas and armchairs and views to different areas. In total they are all over 120sqm in size and make a stay in this special hotel even more memorable.
Suvarna Mahal – authentic Indian cuisine
The Rajput – international and Indian fayre
‘Steam’ – near the entrance to the hotel you will find an old (but perfectly restored) steam engine with four dining carriages lined up against a specially made platform. This unique dining experience is great fun and completely unique. It is very laid back and the food complements this with a full international menu with anything from burgers to pizza to salads and steak.
Special mention has to be made of the world famous Polo Bar. Brimming with history, trophies, paintings and photos all about the sport of princes, the bar evokes a bygone era when polo playing teams would converge on Jaipur to win the various cups on offer. The bar itself serves every cocktail imaginable, with exquisite bar snacks and canapés offered on a complimentary basis.
Very high ceilings
Large bathroom – art deco design
2 swimming pools (1 inside, 1 out)
A jogging track
42 acres of grounds and gardens
Map and travel information
There are no direct flights from the UK to Jaipur and you will normally need to change at Delhi or Mumbai. Flight time to Delhi is approximately 8 hours 35 minutes and Delhi to Jaipur is 1 hour 5 minutes.
The hotel is a 20-minute drive from Jaipur airport and transfers are offered to guests on arrival and departure.
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