Taj Rambagh Palace
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.
At a Glance
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
The Polo Bar has a great atmosphere and attracts some Polo players when Polo is being played nearby
Try the Daal Maharani (lentils with cream) when dining in the hotel it really is their house specialty!Emma Mark
For a break from curry, dine at steam with their very own wood fired pizza oven.Scott Dunn team
Book a spa treatment in a tented suite in advance as these get booked up in busy seasons’Scott Dunn team
Read 'A Princess Remembers' before staying here, the memoirs of the third Maharani of Jaipur from 1939 to 1970 whose home was Rambagh PalaceClare Monro
Arrive in style - by vintage car, which will take you up the swiping driveway. It's the perfect way to begin your stay.Jessica Campbell
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Taj Rambagh Palace or take a look at our itineraries to Rajasthan
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 85 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.
This grand historic palace has been beautifully restored to its former glory and grandeur down to the smallest detail. Each richly renovated room has opulent interiors in keeping with its regal past with unique themes, hand painted motif work on the walls, regal four-poster beds, walk-in wardrobes and luxurious bathrooms to provide a distinct experience befitting royalty. All rooms include: air-conditioning, LCD cable TV, DVD player, hair dryer, tea and coffee facilities, wifi, minibar, safe, 24 hour room service, choice of smoking and non smoking rooms, slippers and bathrobes, desk, and complimentary newspaper in the morning. The hotel offers twin rooms on request according to availability.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Taj Rambagh Palace. However, there are no specific facilities available for them. Babysitting can be arranged upon request.
The extensive facilities at the hotel include a beauty salon, business center, health and Ayurveda center, the 'Rajput Room' restaurant (general cuisine), the 'Suvarna Mahal' restaurant (Indian specialty), the 'Steam' restaurant (Continental and fusion cuisine), the 'Verandah' restaurant, the 'Polo Bar', swimming Pools, and a range of other sport facilities.
The hotel offers complimentary golf putting, tennis, swimming and jogging. Activities at an additional charge include use of the 18 hole golf course. The hotel will also be happy to arrange sightseeing, shopping and other excursions within and outside Jaipur.
Location & Directions
On Bhawani Singh Road, it is close to the walled Pink City, spectacular forts, and the unique shopping bazaars of Jaipur.
When to go
Rajasthan is known as the desert state. It is largely hot and dry throughout the year, making it a great destination to get away from European winters.
Summer in Rajasthan extends from April to June. It is s the hottest season, with temperatures ranging from 32 degree C to 45 degree C, so not ideal for travel, although early April is a good time to get cheaper rates if you dont mind the temperature in the high 30s. In western Rajasthan the temperature may reach at high as 45 degree C, particularly in May and June so we'd suggest avoiding Jaisalmer and the Thar Desert at this time.
The second season - technically the "Monsoon" (although in reality Rajasthan never receives much rainfall) extends from July to September. The temperature drops slightly, and humidity increases. 90% of the rain Rajasthan can expect occurs during this period. Lakes and rivers will be higher from mountain run-off and flowers and grasses come to life, bringing added color to the landscape.
The Post-monsoon period is from October to November. The average maximum temperature is 33 degree C to 38 degree C, and the minimum is between 18 degree C and 20 degree C. The official "season" for hotels in Rajasthan starts in October. It’s a great time to travel - warm and sunny during and perfect for exploring and relaxing.
The fourth season is "winter", and runs from December to March. With day time temperatures still in the high 20's during the day this a very popular time to travel. Hotels are at the their busiest over the Christmas and new year period. Be aware though that December and January can have very cool mornings and evening and we suggest taking some warm clothing. Whilst temperatures in the desert areas are always hot in the daytime, they become some of the coolest areas of the state once the sun goes down. It’s also fairly standard to expect some fog in the major cities of Northern Rajstasthan and Delhi in December and January.