Re-constructed as a heritage hotel in Jaipur, Baba Haveli is a popular refuge among tourists and locals for an exciting hotel stay. All the accommodation and dining facilities of this hotel are available to guests at a very minimal rate which has been a favorite feature of this hotel. The hotel has been designed to make sure one gets a feeling of living a royal palace. The hotel's proximity to the city market is an added advantage for those who stay in here.
Baba Haveli in the erstwhile days of Rajas and Maharajas existed as a meeting ground of the Royals, used by the Royal Family who resided in here to conduct major social gatherings in the city of Jaipur. By the year 2008, this historical building was converted into a budget heritage hotel to accommodate tourists that come to visit the magnificent city of Jaipur. The interiors of the hotel are designed elegantly and major care was taken to preserve the essence of the historical fort.
All the 14 rooms in the heritage hotel are designed according to traditional Rajasthani style of architecture. All the necessary requirements are provided to the tourists here who wish to stay in these rooms. The traditionally designed interior of the rooms reminds the guest of the former days of Royals. The walls of the rooms are adorned with ancient painting and sculptures. The hotel rooms are divided into two categories that are Deluxe Rooms & Super Deluxe Rooms. A stay in any of these rooms will be an unforgettable experience.
The dining experience at Hotel Baba Haveli is taken to another level with the specially designed rooftop multi-cuisine restaurant that not only offers amazing palettes of Indian and International cuisines but also serves guests with brilliant views of whole of Jaipur. Guests can even view the popular Nahargarh Fort from this restaurant. The folk dances and puppet shows performance in the evenings give new life to the dining experience.
India’s first planned city Jaipur in Rajasthan is known for immense vibrant and colorful lifestyle. Built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727 AD, the beautiful city has buildings that all are painted in Pink and hence it is famous all over the world as India’s “Pink City”. There is hardly any other location in India that boasts of such abundance of heritage and culture as Jaipur.Book Now