Rambagh Palace

The capital of the state of Rajasthan, Jaipur, also know as the Pink City, is full of life, color, and culture. The history of Rajasthan is filled with tales of love and gallantry. In 1835, the Rambagh Palace of Jaipur was erected for the queen’s favorite handmaid. Nearly a century later, it was converted into a palace for the Maharaja, and the lovely structure  is often endearingly called the Jewel of Jaipur.

The royal family opened the palace as a luxury hotel in 1957, and in 1972, the Taj Group took over, naming it the Taj Rambagh Palace; it remains the crown jewel of the Taj line of hotels. The Jaipur Rambagh Palace offers palatial rooms and suites, relaxing spa experiences, fine dining, recreational facilities, and tour services along with their impeccable service and hospitality.

Rambagh Palace Hotel offers stately accommodations designed with comfort and history in mind. From the Palace Rooms to the Grand Presidential Suites, guests will experience history at its finest and most refined moments. Each room has been carefully restored to its original glory with rich furnishings and magnificent artwork. The larger suites feature drawing rooms and dining rooms in addition to a bedroom and bath, while the smaller rooms feature the same spectacular views. Guests will relish the royal splendor of the Jaipur Rambagh Palace.

Among the recreational facilities at the Rambagh Palace, the Jiva Grande Spa features ancient Indian tradition combined with modern therapy, making for the ultimate royalty experience with time-honored treatments, wraps, and body scrubs. For those seeking a more active pastime, the Taj Rambagh Palace offers a multitude of amenities and facilities, such as yoga sessions, a fitness center, and sporting activities, including croquet, miniature golf, table tennis, and polo, the royal game of choice at the Rambagh Palace during its heyday. The Taj Rambagh Palace also offers tours and excursions in and around the city, so be sure to inquire about these special packages. Jaipur is a stop on the famed Golden Triangle tours, which also include New Delhi and Agra, and thus there is plenty to see here.

A royal palace is never without ample of food and drink for its guests, and so it holds true with the Taj Rambagh Palace in Jaipur. There is an abundance of restaurants at this hotel, including the Verandah, which offers al fresco dining near the gardens and fountains; the Rajput Room, ideal for breakfast and lunch; and the grand dining hall, Suvarna Mahal, where you will find an excellent selection of cuisine once eaten by the royalty of this area, classical music, and vintage wine. The Polo Bar, featuring Polo memorabilia, and Steam, a Mediterranean style lounge, are the two nightlife locations at the palace. The palace will also cater to guests anywhere throughout the grounds on your request, including your own private tent or in the outside seating area surrounded by flaming torches.

The Jaipur Rambagh Palace allows guests to experience the fine living of Indian royalty. This palace offers up the finest accommodations for its guests, and a multitude of amenities and activities. Tourists and visitors should book in advance and learn about current promotions and packages at the hotel to ensure a safe and enjoyable vacation. Regardless, they are sure to have an unforgettable trip to India with a stay in this hotel; it is truly the Jewel of Jaipur.

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