Hotel Rajvilas Hotel 4 star
Goner Road, Jagdish Colony, Paldi Meena, Jaipur, RJ 302031, Inde Jaipur, India
Amy Adejokun Section editor

Consisting of the Rajvilas fort in a 32-acre garden, with several fountains, the hotel immerses you in the ambiance of a princely era. This haven of peace, which belongs to the Oberoi hotel chain, combines luxury, elegance and refinement. No complaints: even the most demanding will be happy here.

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    Location 3.0 /10

    Located 5 miles from Jaipir (City Palace and Palace of the Winds), the hotel is 15 miles from the airport.

    Accommodation 9.70 /10

    The rooms (11 small houses containing 6 rooms each and 14 tents) are located in small houses spread throughout the 32-acre garden. Inside, it is the height of luxury: four-poster bed, ceiling fan, wicker box, sofa by the window... the colonial era is not far off. However, the equipment is certainly from the 21st century: flat screen, CD/DVD player, satellite TV, Internet connection, safe, minibar, etc. And if you like the decor, everything that is in your room can be bought in the hotel shop.
    The bathrooms have a marble bath sunk into the ground, with a view over the private enclosed garden.
    You may choose to stay under one of the tents, in a less lush, more arid environment. They are still very comfortable and luxurious, and there is air conditioning, thankfully.
    For those who can afford it and really want their independence, you can rent villas. They have a large lounge, a dining room, a kitchen, a bathroom for the guests, and their own pool. Why go and mingle with other residents when you can stay quietly in your own pool!?

    Overview 9.20 /10

    A building that looks like a palace houses the restaurants, shops and reception. All around, a luxurious garden extends over 42 acres dotted with pools and stone and marble fountains. A Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva has even been erected in the centre of the park. Inside, there is a library where you can meet up for a drink after a day's sightseeing and read at leisure. The Spa Banyan Tree, which is superb, is a veritable haven of peace decorated in natural materials; notably there is a tree that cuts through the massage room, a Jacuzzi in the centre of a courtyard surrounded by vegetation, and the scent of incense fills the place. For sporty types, there is a golf course practice, tennis courts, a great pool with blue tiling, and a large fitness room with state-of-the-art equipment. The garden even has a helipad for VIPs who want to get there more quickly.

    Food and drink 9.20 /10

    In the morning, breakfast is served in the courtyard, as a buffet. For the other meals, the clients have the choice between the internal courtyard and the dining room. Two types of cuisine are available: Indian or international, and they are always refined and exquisite. In the evening, in the middle of the courtyard, is an elevated terrace where dance shows liven up the evening.
    After dinner, go to the bar under the cupola to enjoy the cool night air. If it happens to be your birthday, let them know, and they will prepare a surprise.

    To know

    Sauna, Jacuzzi and fitness room are free for the residents.
    250 people work in the hotel and their service is impeccable.


    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Spa

      beauty salon, sauna, keep fit, spa

    • Swimming pool
    • Non-smoking rooms


    • Exceptional decor
    • Gastronomic cuisine


    • Certain rooms are far from the pool (there are electric cars available)

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