Jaipur Hotels :
The Raj Palace,
Raj Mahal Palace,
Hotel Holiday Inn,
little outside the walled city of Jaipur, the Rambagh Palace
is one of the most beautiful palaces in India. Originally a
garden house of a favorite royal maid, it was constructed in
the 19th century. After the death of Kesar Badrana, the maid,
Sir Swinton Jacob, a British engineer was given the task of
converting the garden house into a guest house and hunting
lodge. The immediate additions were halls, covered corridors,
fore courts and courtyards with extensive use of marble. Later
additions and alterations that became necessary were carried
out with meticulous care, keeping in mind the Rajput
architecture tradition. Most of the gardens were left
untouched and well-maintained lawns and flowerbeds make the
palace look very attractive.
The Rambagh Palace later became home of one of the most
beautiful woman in the world, Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur.
The palace played host to several royal guests from India and
abroad, including Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip and
several lavish banquets and celebrations were held here. Today
the palace is open to all those who seek to be transported to
the royal past, the glorious age of grace and beauty.
Several luxurious suites like the Princess suite, Maharani
suites, Pothakhana and Maharaja suite, to name a few, still
have an authentic royal atmosphere.
Special Features: Tours to the city and near by places
of interest can be arranged. The hotel is well equipped to
organize meetings, conferences and theme parties. Tennis,
squash, cultural programmes and indoors swimming pool.
: 15 kms. from Airport, 2 kms. from Railway Station, 1 km.
from Bus Stand.
rooms, 4 special suites. One restaurants, coffee shop and a
BANQUET & CONFERENCE HALLS : Double A/C 18,
Total Rooms 40, Airconditioned, Room Service, H/C running
water, Telephone, Fax, T.V., Safe Deposit, Tennis, Squash
Court, Billiards Room, Bicycling, Boating, fishing, trekking,
Jugle Drive, Indoor Games, Indian, Continental, Chinese
: Outside Chandpole - Jaipur,