The Suján Rajmahal Palace, which Architectural Digest has called “one of India’s most beautiful hotels,” epitomizes Jaipur’s rich aesthetic tradition and stands as one of the oldest and most treasured palaces in the “Pink City.” The regal abode was once home to the Maharaja of Jaipur and later became the guesthouse of Jaipur’s royal family. While the region is famous for the City Palace, an unsurpassed trio of historic forts, and a thriving polo tradition, the Rajmahal Palace itself is a stunning destination that continues to epitomize the power and sensibility of a ruling family who contributed to the layered history of India. The accommodations’ floral patterned borders and geometric shapes coalesce in a unified visual theme crafted by the meticulous designer Adil Ahmad, who reinvented the palace with his signature fusion of art deco shapes and traditional detailing. The wallpaper and fabrics in each room uniquely tell the many stories of Jaipur and the collective history of the Kingdom of Amber. Travelers may indulge in the luxurious offerings of the Suján Spa, pay exclusive visits to the royal family’s own sacred temples, embark on tailor-made excursions led by the hotel’s expert guides, and enjoy spectacular dining replete with rare Jaipur recipes. The Rajmahal Palace is also available for private bookings. Rest assured – no luxury or whim is too large or insignificant, and everything from the cocktails served by your private bartender to the linen you sleep on will be the best available.
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Ranging from 342 to 468 square feet, the bright, plush Palace Rooms are each adjoined by a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom and have sofa seating for two, as well as a writing desk.
The Palace Suites range from 647 to 960 square feet. Two have been home to the Prince and Princess of Wales during their regular polo-season visits to the Rajmahal Palace. Each consists of one double bedroom, a dressing room, and an en-suite bathroom.
The Yuvraj Suites and Maharaja’s Apartment served as the private apartment of two successive maharajas. Its entrance hall will transport you to the authentic grandeur of that regal past. The apartment comprises an elegant living area, a separate bar and drawing room that opens out onto a private terrace, and a private eight-person dining room surrounded by portraits of Jaipur’s maharajas. The Maharani’s Apartment contains an additional full-service kitchen and heated plunge pool.
Named for the esteemed visitors Earl Mountbatten, Queen Elizabeth II, and Jackie Kennedy, all of the Royal Suites boast a large double bedroom, an en-suite bathroom, a dressing room, and a drawing room, along with spare bedrooms. At more than 1,000 square feet each, the suites allow guests to enjoy a great deal of comfort and privacy.
Ten splendid acres of grounds shielded from downtown Jaipur by high stone walls – what would make for a more luxurious urban getaway? Sip a crisp gin and tonic while relaxing on a garden terrace and watching a brilliant sunset across the vast palace grounds.
Never miss a workout, and get your laps in at the full-sized outdoor swimming pool that is nestled in a grassy courtyard between the palace’s pink walls.
With views overlooking the gardens, the resplendent Suján Spa is the perfect place to indulge and relax. Its carefully selected menu of therapies to rejuvenate the mind and body put a sense of well-being at the heart of Rajmahal Palace.
The design for the brilliant pink and sparkling white dining room was inspired by an iconic 1952 Vogue cover and the Sharbata courtyard of the City Palace, for which the Pink City takes its nickname. Stunning natural light makes this the perfect spot for breakfast and lunch.
Guests may enjoy a fresh selection of the royal family’s favorite baked goodies, as well as an assortment of coffees, teas, and other beverages, on the terraces and manicured lawns of the palace.
This is the perfect place to enjoy a light dinner, meet a friend for coffee, or take in an after-dinner cocktail or late-night snack. The Colonnade is open 24 hours a day and serves a delightful menu of freshly prepared comfort foods. Tall glass doors offer superb views of the palace lawns and gardens.
A particular favorite of H.H the Queen Mother, Rajmata Padmini Devi of Jaipur, this elegant restaurant is a fine dining destination for rare traditional recipes of the Jaipur region, as well as a wide-ranging assortment of other delicacies.
This bar is as much a celebration of Jaipur’s polo tradition and prowess as an elegant restaurant and lounge. Peruse the numerous trophies and accolades honoring Jaipur’s best while choosing from a formidable menu of drinks and culinary options.
This al-fresco dining experience offers carefully sourced, seasonal Italian and fusion-oriented fare using ingredients from the Suján’s organic gardens. Enjoy wood-fired pizzas, gelato, and an extensive wine list under shade umbrellas in this charming courtyard tucked away in the Rajmahal Palace grounds.
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