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Rambagh Palace

DESTINATION

Jaipur, India

HOTEL TYPE

Historic

LOCATION TYPE

City

WHY WE LOVE THIS HOTEL

History: Rambagh Palace is legendary in Jaipur, having housed Jaipur’s royalty until only a few decades ago.

Service: Many Rambagh Palace rooms include personalized butler service, so guests can experience the level of service the Palace's previous royal occupants once enjoyed.

Location: The Maharaja chose this location five kilometers from Jaipur as it was distant enough from the city to offer peace and relaxation, but close enough to allow convenient city access.

DETAILED DECRIPTION

Until recently, the spectacular Rambagh Palace was the home of Jaipur royalty. The almost 200-year-old hotel is considered one of the great palace hotels of India, and is world-renowned for its beautiful architecture, its vast gardens and its 79 magnificent rooms and historical suites. The Survana Mahal is the hotel's grand dining room and serves delicious Indian cuisine and international fare is available in the Rajput Room. The hotel's famous Polo Bar, the lounge of choice for local society, is decorated with the trophies and polo memorabilia of the late Maharaja of Jaipur. Rambagh Palace offers guests indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis, croquet and a fitness center. The business center has broadband Internet access, wi-fi access and secretarial services. Ayurvedic therapy and massages can be arranged in the Palace Salon or in the privacy of your room. Taj Rambagh is approximately 20 minutes from the airport (JAI).

Amenities

Amenities

24hr room service
bar/pub
business center
concierge
disabled facilities
fitness center
garden
golf onsite or nearby
indoor pool
outdoor pool
restaurant
safety deposit boxes
salon
sauna
shuttle service
spa
steam room
wi-fi in public areas
yoga classes/instruction on site

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