Become a maharaja in the Pink City.
Through the 47 acres of lush green and ornamental gardens, one can glimpse Jaipur’s Rambagh Palace in India, a palace hotel that offers its guests a taste of royal living. A luxury and extravagance that was once a sole preserve of kings.
Originally built for the queen’s favourite handmaiden, this palace was converted in 1835 into the royal family’s hunting lodge. From 1925 to 1957 it became the official residence of the region’s maharaja, later becoming a hotel.
The interior of the palace was refurbished in keeping with its historical heritage, providing a glimpse into the lifestyle of the royals. The richness of the design in the public spaces and in the rooms, the magnificent beds, the high ceilings and the paintings on the walls stand out and reflect an architecture that seamlessly blends the best of Moghul and Rajput influences.
The hotel has at the guests’ disposal several restaurants with dishes on offer range from international flavours to the most exotic and select from the royal kitchens of India. At the SPA traditional Indian treatments are offered as well as wraps or massages with Aromatherapy, amongst the many perks you may wish to enjoy.
For sports enthusiasts, the hotel has a fitness centre, tennis and squash courts, a jogging circuit and a neighbouring golf course. For culture enthusiasts, the region is rich in history and invites visits to forts, temples and palaces, without neglecting the labyrinths of bazaars and the picturesque streets of Jaipur, the Pink City.