Taj Rambagh Palace

What we love:  staying in an historic and beautiful hotel.

Originally built in 1835 the Rambagh Palace  has been used as a royal guesthouse and a hunting lodge and as the residence of the Maharajah of Jaipur. The imposing edifice is a reminder of days gone by and the 47 acres of gardens are a wonderful respite from sightseeing and shopping in the Pink City. Today it offers 78 spacious rooms and suites with vast beds and marble bathrooms and has a feeling of peaceful grandeur. Polo trophies and memorabilia of the famous Jaipur polo team decorate the world famous Polo Bar. Enjoy a Royal Indian feast at the Suvarna Mahal, the former palace ballroom or high tea in the garden or enjoy a pizza at Steam situated in a restored railway carriage. Or maybe take a horse and carriage ride or play a game of croquet. You will be treated like royalty whether having a butler fill your bath or being greeted on arrival by horses, camels and maybe even an elephant. Make time for traditional Indian wellness therapies in the Spa.