The Rambagh Palace is an illustrious and opulent reminder of Jaipur's stately heritage. It gives the guest a taste of royal living set in the heart of Jaipur. It is a member of the Leading Small Hotels of the World.
A very regal palace experience in a great location
The property has an excellent book shop to purchase some topical reading
The food here is excellent especially the signature menus in the Survarna Mahal
Rambagh is a very popular property during peak periods - book early to avoid disappointment
Built in 1835, the Rambagh Palace was once the residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Set in 47 manicured acres in the heart of Jaipur, the Rambagh offers a palatial experience while retaining the highest levels of comfort and luxury.
The hotel offers 78 rooms and suites. Suites feature high ceilings and exquisite chandeliers along with green Udaipur stone arches and stunning period furniture. Arched French windows open out onto the magnificent Mughal gardens, the Nahargarh Fort and the breathtaking Aravali hills.
There are four restaurants, the 'Polo Bar' and a swimming pool. The 'Suvarna Mahal' is the signature restaurant of the palace and offers a truly royal dining experience with gold plated tableware, exquisite china and crystal, high ceilings adorned with crystal chandeliers and original Florentine ceiling paintings and mirrors. The 'Verandah' offers al fresco dining, the 'Steam' restaurant offers fusion and Continental cuisine and then there is also the 'Rajput Room' restaurant offering contemporary cuisine.
The hotel provides croquet and table tennis facilities, mini golf and you can watch polo matches at the adjacent polo fields. The hotel will be happy to arrange sightseeing, shopping and other excursions within and outside Jaipur.
When to visit
Try the Daal Maharani (lentils with cream) when dining in the hotel it really is their house speciality!
On Bhawani Singh Road, it is close to the walled Pink City, spectacular forts, and the unique shopping bazaars of Jaipur.
Situated 37 km (23 miles) south west of Agra, the ‘lost city’ of Fatehpur Sikri is the abandoned capital of the great Mughal emperor Akbar.
Jaipur - Amber Fort
Amber Fort, the ancient Rajput capital is located on a hill 11km / 7 miles north of Jaipur. Amber was the capital of the Kachhwaha Rajputs from 1037 until the Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh founded Jaipur in 1727.
Jaipur - Bazaars, Cuisine and Crafts of Old Jaipur
Jaipur is awash with craftsman and artisans which make an amazing wander through the streets unforgettable. You will enjoy the sights with a personal guide.
Jaipur - Walk through Historic Amber
You will be guided through the labyrinthin narrow streets of Amber town, a hidden gem. You'll visit the old Jain and Hindu temples and stepwells then finish for some refreshment at a nearby haveli.
Jaipur - Walking Tour
A walking tour of Jaipur brings the city to life through its out of the way nooks and crannies, colourful markets and vibrant culture.
Udaipur - Meal at Bhairo (Taj Lake Palace)
Enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner at Bhairo on the rooftop at the Taj Lake Palace.
Udaipur - Vintage Car Ride
Explore the labyrinthine streets of this Rajasthani town and the surrounding countryside by vintage car up into the hills to enjoy dinner (inc) on the Open Terrace Restaurant at Chunda Palace which has amazing views down into Udaipur and the Lake Palace.