Rambagh Palace Jaipur is one of the prominent heritage hotels in Jaipur, also popularly called as the Jewel of Jaipur. The hotel is easy to reach as it is located on the Bhawani Singh Road. This hotel is one of the major attractions for the guests visiting Jaipur from far flung regions.
The Rambagh Palace was built in the year 1835 AD for Kesar Badaran, the queen’s favorite handmaiden. It was further transformed in 1925 into a palace and was used as the residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Thereafter, in 1957, the Palace was converted into a plush hotel by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. The Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces took over the Palace in 1972.
There are 79 plush rooms and suites, featuring the use of rich fabrics and silk drapes reflecting the colors of vibrant art and warm hues of Rajasthan. The rooms are categorized as Grand Presidential Suites (02), Grand Royal Suites (02), Royal Suites (05), Historical Suites (24), Palace Rooms (41) and Luxury Rooms (05). For a luxurious and a memorable stay at Rambagh Palace, the rooms and suites are equipped with various room services such as:
The Rambagh Palace is also praised for its excellent dining facility that tickles the tastebuds of the guests.
Distance From Airport10 Km
Distance From Station3 Km
Jaipur, the pink city, was established by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727 AD. This is a beautiful city, located in Rajasthan. The city is best known for its blue pottery, jewelry, enamel work and hand block print & embroidery. The cultural richness and structures of huge historic significance have attracted visitors from all parts of the world.