of Rajasthan Heritage
Hotels in JaipurNARAIN NIWAS PALACE
Narain Niwas Palace was constructed in 1928 A.D. by one of Jaipur's
most able and distinguished soldier Maj. Gen. Rao Bahadur Amar Singh, the
first Indian commissioned into the British Army. Centrally located and
designed in traditional Rajput style, Narain Niwas is surrounded by
sprawling, landscaped gardens and mango orchards. The palace has a sense of
peace and serenity with his thick vegetation providing a safe haven to
several species of birdlife and dancing peacocks. The rooms are large and
have well-maintained period furniture, carpets, paintings and other objects
d'art. Special features:
Royal welcome and traditional
Rajasthani folk dances can be arranged. Swimming facilities available.
28 double rooms. Restaurant serving all
By road: Delhi
- 250 kms. By train: Jaipur - 5 kms. By air: Jaipur - 11 kms.
The Rajmahal Palace was built in 1729 A.D. by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh of
Jaipur for his favorite Maharani. From 1821 onwards, the palace was used to
house the British resident at Jaipur. This Palace has played host to several
VVIP's like Queen Elizabeth and Jacqueline Kennedy. Set amidst 15 acres of
well-maintained lush green lawns, the Rajmahal Palace was converted into a
hotel in 1979 and is today managed by the Taj Group of Hotels. The palace
has spacious suites with high ceiling, chandeliers and period furniture.
Beautiful paintings and antiques have been carefully preserved and are
reminiscent of the royal past.
palace has a swimming pool and its spacious lawns and shady trees provide
ample space for walking and bird watching. Accessibility:
By road: Delhi - 250 kms. By train: Jaipur - 5 kms. By air: Jaipur - 11 kms.
Located a little outside the walled city of Jaipur, the Rambagh Palace is
one of the most beautiful palaces in India. Originally a garden house of a
favorite royal maid, it was constructed in the 19th century. After the death
of Kesar Badrana, the maid, Sir Swinton Jacob, a British engineer was given
the task of converting the garden house into a guest house and hunting
lodge. The immediate additions were halls, covered corridors, fore courts
and courtyards with extensive use of marble. Later additions and alterations
that became necessary were carried out with meticulous care, keeping in mind
the Rajput architecture tradition. Most of the gardens were left untouched
and well-maintained lawns and flowerbeds make the palace look very
The Rambagh Palace later became home of one of the
most beautiful woman in the world, Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur. The
palace played host to several royal guests from India and abroad, including
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip and several lavish banquets and
celebrations were held here. Today the palace is open to all those who seek
to be transported to the royal past, the glorious age of grace and beauty.
Several luxurious suites like the Princess suite, Maharani
suites, Pothakhana and Maharaja suite, to name a few, still have an
authentic royal atmosphere. Special Features:
the city and near by places of interest can be arranged. The hotel is well
equipped to organize meetings, conferences and theme parties. Tennis,
squash, cultural programmes and indoors swimming pool. Facilities
106 rooms, 4 special suites. One restaurants, coffee shop and
RAJ VILAS PALACE - AN OBEROI HOTEL
Within the magnificent setting of forts and palaces in the Pink City, the
vision of Maharaja Jai Singh II, where wilderness is juxtaposed with art,
you will find RAJVILAS absolutely in its element. Its architectural style,
its cool regal interiors and its 30-acre formal garden, echo the colours and
majesty of Jaipur. Deluxe rooms, sunken marble baths, air-conditioned tents
with lavish bathrooms, romantic villas with private pools and dining
pavilions offer a rare opportunity to sample the extravagant lifestyle of
the Rajput princes.
10 kms from Jaipur
city, 18 km from Jaipur airport and 18 km from Amer Fort. 54 deluxe rooms in
cluster of 4 & 6 rooms with a private central courtyard.
Each air-conditioned room has an area of
approx. 42 sq mt, elegantly appointed bedroom with 4-poster king-size bed,
spacious marble bathrooms overlooking private walled garden with double
vanity counter, sunken bath, separate shower, dressing room with
walk-in-closet, personal bar, satellite TV, compact disc and video players,
in-room safe, twin telephone lines. Gymnasium, Tennis Courts, Swimming Pool
in garden with hot and cold plunge pools, Library, Amphitheatre, The Spa,
located in a restored Rajasthani mansion or haveli, set around a serene
garden courtyard offers non-clinical programmes for relaxation and beauty,
Therapy rooms and suites, a heat treatment area featuring stream rooms,
saunas and showers, a gymnasium and open-air jacuzzi. Dining Restaurant
serving Continental and Asian cuisine, Open air dining, Snack and beverage
services by the pool and Bar.
The Raj Palace is a five-storied haveli with a central open courtyard
(chowk) that provides amazing light and ventilation to all the twenty-five
Palatial suites. Built in glorious accordance with period architecture,
amongst the most notable features here is the variety of arches. The
entrance hall, Diwan-E-Khas, comprises an elaborate bar, providing an
excellent view of the lawn.
Once the royal home, The Raj Palace
has had the honour of playing host to various dignitaries and royalties over
the centuries and has now been made accessible to people from all over the
globe to discover the rich Rajasthani culture and hospitality.
To perform royal duties and to administer the security of the Raj, Thakur
Mohan Singhji of Chaumoo built Jeypore's first haveli (mansion) in 1728 A.D.
The haveli is located at the main entrance of The Pink City from the capital
Amber and Delhi. It is now converted into a centrally air-conditioned
luxurious heritage hotel called The Raj Palace. Special
The only centrally air-conditioned heritage property, The Raj
Palace also provides a couple of non-smoking rooms, 24-hour supply of hot
and cold water, a mini gym, a jogging track, a shopping arcade, Diwane-E-Aam
(a special arched hall for gala theme occasions), a modern business centre.
Additionally, cultural shows and special lighting are arranged upon request.