LUXURY HOTELS IN JAIPUR
THE OBEROI RAJVILAS
photo courtesy, blog.luxuryproperty.com
The Oberoi Rajvilas, truly a royal resort is set in a breathtaking thirty two acres of beautifully landscaped lush gardens, echoing with songs of exotic birds. Built around the 18th century Shiva temple, The Oberoi Rajvilas has a heavenly atmosphere with mystical peace and serenity. Throughout the resort, you can see the famous pink lime plaster like in the walls of Jaipur. Adorned with the famous Mughal arches, gold leaf murals, high ceilings and stunning crystal chandeliers, Rajvilas epitomizes Rajasthani charm and the famous Oberoi luxury.
Both Surya Mahal and Raj Mahal serve mouth watering dishes, while the Surya mahal is open throughout the year and serves an extensive range of cuisine, the Raj Mahal opens during the rather cool months of October to April and serves rare Indian delicacies. The Rajwada Library Bar houses a wide range of international wines, excellent single malts and the classic cocktails.
THE ITC RAJPUTANA
Photo courtesy, www. www.tripadvisor.com
Experience ultimate luxury at ITC Rajputana. A property reflecting the spirit and royalty of Rajasthan. Ideally located, the 218 guest rooms and suites are equipped with modern amenities. While the restaurants offer variety of dishes from around the globe. Designed along the lines of a traditional haveli, this luxury hotel in Jaipur redefines the definition of space and splendor. ITC Rajputana reflects the grandeur of Rajasthan and the luxury of the ITC Hotels. Red bricked exteriors, long corridors, secluded courtyards and intricate lattice set in a modern environment, bringing alive the spirit of Rajasthan. Explore the best of Jaipur, while staying at the ITC Rajputana.
TAJ RAMBAGH PALACE
Photo courtesy, www.remotelands.com
Walk from one room to another, while relishing the rich textures, grand furnishings and exquisite and royal artwork. Step out into the unreserved and ornate gardens designed in extraordinary symmetry. Retire and unwind in the rooms which were once the heavens of the kings and their guests. The Rambagh Palace radiates a unique sense of history. It is that architectural masterpiece, which goes beyond time.
Enjoy the stunning suits, which overlook the grand Mughal Terrace and the beautifully landscaped gardens where the Maharajas used to play "Holi" or enjoy an evening of romance in a private tent, illuminated by torchlight. Indulge in a fine dining at the Suvarna Mahal, former palace ballroom and enjoy a royal feast followed by lounging under a star lit sky. Experience luxury the royal way at the Taj Rambagh Palace.
Photo credits, www. www.besthotelsinjaipur.com
Glorious hues of the magnificent past and vibrant present of Jaipur are captured here at The Trident, Jaipur. Surrender to the charms of this splendid city when you are staying at the Trident, Jaipur. Located on the route to the famous Amber Fort, simply check in at the hotel and visit the fort on same day Jaipur tour. The hotel offers unrivalled and spectacular view of the Mansagar Lake and the Jal Mahal, which can also be admired from the hotel's luxurious rooms and suites. Tastefully decorated, the rooms are well-lit, airy with all modern. The beautiful 'jharokha', in each of the room offers the panoramic view of the lake and the lush gardens, with the backdrop of the Aravalli range. The stunning views are perfectly complemented by a variety of dining, leisure and recreation options. Trident, Jaipur is perfectly located to enjoy the city's tourist monuments and bustling bazaars and places to visit in Jaipur or relax in the calm of the Trident
THE RAJ PALACE
Photo courtesy, www. .thehotelguru.com
Amongst the world's best heritage hotels, the "Raj Palace is a Heritage hotel is recognized as being one of the only Places where the Maharajah lived and which has been restored to its original glory. It is the perfect place, if you are looking for a real luxurious stay with a true Indian touch.
The Raj Palace is one of the finest palace hotels, with luxurious suites and wonderful multi-cuisine restaurants. It houses one of the biggest crystal chandelier of India and an antique crockery museum of old antique crockery, which was used by the royalty. A jewelry box as many call it, a royal getaway at The Raj will take you back to the era of Royal Rajputs even if on one day Jaipur tour.