"One of the most popular budget hotels in Jaipur, Umaid Mahal is a heritage-style hotel, built to offer a taste of royal living to the guests, clubbed with modern comforts. The hotel has wonderful grand interiors and the staff offers impeccable hospitality services to leisure vacationers as well as business guests. This property is managed by the members of the erstwhile family of Borundra, near Jodhpur. The rooms are well-equipped and spacious. The food served at the multi-cuisine restaurant is sumptuous. Guests can have a memorable stay while enjoying world-class conveniences.
Umaid Mahal, Jaipur has accommodation that range from Standard rooms to Suites, from which the guests can pick as per their pocket. All the rooms are spacious and are well-equipped. The Royal Deluxe Rooms are available on the basis of single, double and triple occupancy. Every room is Wi-fi enabled. The décor and the furniture in the room are inspired from the culture of Rajasthan. Beautiful works of art adorn the walls of the rooms. Most of the rooms here have private balconies.
The list of contemporary amenities and facilities offered here include attached European- style bathrooms with hair dryer and running hot/cold water, television with cable connection, Wi-fi facility, mini bar, safe deposit box, direct dial telephone, work desk, round the room service and power backup. There is an option of twin and double bed.
Umaid Mahal has an on-site multi-cuisines restaurant, named Taikhana. This air-conditioned restaurant cum bar serves popular delicacies of Indian and world fares, prepared from fresh ingredients and aromatic spices. The menu of the lounge bar comprises of the finest of mocktails and cocktails. The décor of Taikhana is in gold color and the interiors are inspired from Rajasthan’s culture. The walls adorned with carvings, wall paintings and interesting accessories.
Distance From Airport12 Km
Distance From Station2 Km
Capital of the Rajastha state of India, Jaipur is popularly known as the Pink city. Founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727, Jaipur also has the status of being the first planned city in India. Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal Birla Mandir etc. are some of important places to see in Jaipur.