Bhawani Singh Road Jaipur - 302 005 RajasthanJaipur, India -See the map
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A former residence of the maharajas of Jaipur, the Taj Rambagh Palace is the most luxurious hotel in Jaipur. Its sumptuous settings, its oriental style and 47 hectares of lush gardens immerse residents in a princely atmosphere, unveiling the rich culture and history of Rajasthan's ancient rulers.
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Located in the southern district of Jaipur, close to the main shopping areas and historical monuments. The hotel is located 7 miles away from the airport and 3 miles away from the station.
90 superb rooms, all decorated differently. Some of them also have a canopy bed, some a balcony, and all have high ceilings with fan, lovely fabrics on the armchairs, curtains and cushions, and lots of charm. The old-style decoration is intact but modern comfort is also available. Several small details, such as fruit cakes, make your stay more pleasant. And for that princess feel when you wake up, there are silk dressing gowns. In the hotel there is one person in charge of 4 rooms, which means you are well taken care of ! The bathroom in black granite is spacious, with a large shower, a bathtub with a pillow to relax and separate toilets the size of a bedroom.
Gorgeous white and red palace surrounded by a lush garden dotted with many fountains. The immense entrance hall has a spectacular chandelier and several paintings of the Maharajah who lived there. The interior, in ancient style with pale pink walls, represents luxury and refinement. Outside, the many activities and the infinity garden create great serenity. Rare in India, there is a large indoor pool which allows you to do a few lengths without getting sunburnt, and to swim in winter. Surrounded by a blue rug and walls adorned with paintings, this swimming pool has a beautiful decoration. Just next to it is the outdoor pool by a waterfall, surrounded by wooden deckchairs, and to complete it, a jacuzzi right next to it. It's a real haven of peace. A little further away there are three tents with a luxurious interior, offering massages, manicures and other treatments. Inside there is a large round marble bathtub, candles, and a relaxing atmosphere. Recover from your massage on a large mattress outside.
Food and drink
Two a la carte restaurants, the Neel Mahal, which serves light meals 24h a day, and the famous Suvarana Mahal, which offers renowned fine cuisine. We recommend the restaurant terrace which offers a unique view over the garden. The generous buffet offers Indian and international cuisine and you can even taste cheese and cold meat just like in France ! Before or after dinner, have a drink at the legendary Polo Bar where there is a very special atmosphere.
This former hunting pavillion belonging to Maharajah Madho Sinh II, built in 1835, was the first palace to be transformed into a luxury hotel in 1957. It now belongs to the Taj hotel chain.
Squash and polo courts.
Huge flowery garden.
Pool a bit far away from the rooms
Package deals in novembre 2011Posted on 2013-07-06Seul - 2 nuitées (Chambre avec vue)
Une entrée qui laisse vite comprendre qu'on n'est pas arrivé n'importe où. Sans surprise, le hall contribue à nous émerveiller encore plus. Viens alors, piscine, restaurant et chambres de grande classe qui donnes l'impression d'être sur le dans un palace de star.
Le service qui est toujours a la disposition de ces clients, et surtout une hygiène bien au dessus de la moyenne de la plupart des hôtels Indiens
Malgré une hygiène irréprochable, il faut avouer que comme partout dans les hôtels indiens, les douches qui sont a notre disposition sont très étrange, voir illogique. Sans oublier, un hôtel un peu a l'écart de la ville et un peu trop renferm