About hotels in Jaipur
How to select an appropriate hotel in Jaipur on Yatra.com?
Jaipur is the gateway to India’s most colourful state – Rajasthan. Jaipur’s proximity to Delhi, along with Agra, makes it an easy getaway for both weekend tourists and long duration travellers looking to immerse themselves in the magic of Rajasthan. As the state’s capital, the choice of hotels in Jaipur
is immense. From palace hotels and luxurious resorts to budget properties across the city, Jaipur hotels
come in a wide range of accommodations. This city today attracts a dazzling array of visitors – history and culture lovers to businessmen from across the world seeking design and handcrafted products among others. And the city is a magnet for creative people at large and literature lovers in particular, who throng the city every January to participate in the Jaipur Literature Festival. While attending such high profile events, Jaipur hotel booking online
on Yatra.com is the best option. Whether you are driving in from Delhi, catching a train or flying in, the website offers 1566 hotels at locations across the city.
Booking Jaipur Hotels during Covid times
With strict SOPs in place, travel in these times is increasing getting safer. Yatra.com has taken many initiatives with hoteliers to stringently follow WHO guidelines of keeping Jaipur hotels
sanitized. Thermal checks, use of masks and gloves by housekeeping staff, emergency dos and don’ts checklist, and keeping a close watch of travel history of guests are some of the measures that have made a big difference in making travel safe again. ‘Clean Pass’ tagged hotels on Yatra.com is aimed at assuring guests about the hygiene standards.
Hotels near Old Town
Bissau Palace hotel in Chandpole
, a locality within the old town area, is a nice choice for those seeking to experience the charms of the city developed by Sawai Jai Singh II. Jaipur is widely regarded as India’s first planned city. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it was established in 1727 by the visionary king who wanted to move out of Amber Fort (also referred to as Amer). With the weakening of Mughals in Delhi, Sawai Jai Singh II did not see the need to continue staying in a strategic fort and wanted to develop Jaipur as a business hub. A keen astronomer with a penchant for urban design, he strategized the layout with his architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharya.
The city that evolved was very modern for its time with localities laid out in grid formations and wide roads intersecting at large squares. These streets are busy today, but the planning is discernible. Many of the important city attractions are within this part of old town such as Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and the City Palace. Bissau Palace, a 3 star hotel, is an ideal base to explore the Pink City. Its decorated rooms and suites offer views of the Aravalli ranges. Offering all the basic amenities such as parking, a restaurant and bar. Among hotels near old town
is the Radisson Jaipur City Center. Located between Jaipur Railway Station and Old Town, it has 123 premium rooms and suites. Divided into 3 categories of rooms such as Superior, Business Class and Radisson Suites, each one is equipped with 24-hour room service, a minibar, international direct dialling, LED TV, bathtub and cubicle, coffee/tea maker, satellite channels and free Wi-Fi. The property also offers multiple dining options. Mosaic, the multi-cuisine outlet, is a place to savour Rajasthani cuisine. Dragon house, the Pan-Asian restaurant offers many signature preparations, while Kasbah offers Mediterranean fare. And for those who love their kebabs, curries and other Mughlai delights, the Great Kabab Factory should be your choice.
5 Star Hotels in Jaipur
Given the multi-dimensional appeal of Jaipur, 5 star hotels in Jaipur
cater to a cross section of affluent visitors. From the palace experience seeking traveller to those who like booking with reputed business hotels, the city has choices galore. Rambagh Palace, run by the Taj Group, was built in 1835 as a royal guesthouse. Its fame grew when Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and his third queen, Maharani Gayatri Devi made it their residence. A stay in one of its 78 beautifully restored rooms is an experience of a lifetime. An architectural gem, the intricate marble jaalis (latticework), sandstone balustrades, cupolas and chattris (cenotaphs) showcase multiple design influences – Rajput, Mughal and European. It also offers an unmatched culinary experience! Suvarna Mahal serves royal Indian preparations, while Rajput offers multi cuisine. For Mediterranean cuisine there is the lounge bar, Steam.
One of the standout features of the property is the Polo Bar. Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II was an ace polo player. Trophies and memorabilia of the Jaipur polo team add an edge to the place. Eminent guests include among others Lord Louis Mountbatten, Prince Charles and Jacqueline Kennedy. The Sujan Rajmahal Palace is another outstanding property in town, especially for those who put a premium on art and design. ITC Rajputana Jaipur
, close to the Jaipur railway station, is a convenient option for railway buffs. Shatabdi Express chair-car train is a great option for those travelling from Delhi and Gurugram/Gurgaon. Its sprawling gardens and spacious rooms give visitors the twin benefits of city centre location and open spaces. Among the other leading business hotels are Radisson Blu, Jaipur Marriott Hotel, Radisson Jaipur City Center, Hotel Clarks Amer, Four Points by Sheraton
Budget Hotels in Jaipur
Jaipur attracts backpackers, young couples and travellers on a tight budget in big numbers. Budget hotels in Jaipur
catering to this segment are conveniently located near city attractions, markets and metro stations. Offering complimentary breakfast, attached bathrooms, and other basic amenities, these properties offer great opportunities to mingle with locals and enjoy a truly immersive holiday. Look out for Yatra.com’s Clean Pass tag while booking. It is a quality assurance. Some interesting options in the budget to mid-range hotel segment include Yash Regency, Hotel Gandharva Jaipur
, Shahpura House, Mahadev Villa and Metro Inn. Station Road, Bani Park, Mirza Ismail Road and Amer Road offer many interesting options in this segment. Most of the above mentioned hotels are also Yatra SMART choice properties, which ensures free cancellation, money-back guarantee and priority helpline support. Yatra regularly offers healthy discounts in this segment. Yatra is currently offering heavy discounts on Bank of Baroda cards, use promocode: YTBOBCC
Hotels near Jaipur Airport
Jaipur International Airport is an important aviation hub in north India. Given Rajasthan’s high volume of international and domestic tourists, and Jaipur’s increasing stature in India’s start-up scene, with IT parks such as Bhamashah Techno Hub near the airport, many hotels near Jaipur Airport
have come up. The Lalit near Jawahar Circle is one the closest. Radisson Blu on Tonk Road is another good choice. However, one of the classic old properties of Jaipur is the Clarks Amer Jaipur
. For those love outdoor spaces, Clarks Amer has a big green lawn, spacious rooms and an excellent terrace to take in 360 degree aerial views. While all these are in the 4 to 5 star category with upscale amenities, Zade House is a good choice in the budget segment. Within a couple of kilometres from the airport, if offers complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi, neat rooms that are tailor-made for a short stay, and quick exit towards towns such as Tonk, Bilwara and Nasirabad. Get up to 40% off plus 10% eCash on hotel bookings on Yatra.com. Use promo code: YATSTAY
Couple Friendly Hotels in Jaipur
Yatra.com offers close to 180 couple friendly hotels in Jaipur
. From leafy Bani Park to the bustling bazaars of Old Town to the top 5 star hotels, many are happy to welcome couples. Umaid Bhawan in Bani Park, is in the modern part of town but reasonably close to the Old Town areas. Likewise the Hotel Gandharva in Sindhi Colony, Ginger Hotel, and Yash Regency are fabulous choices. Look for the couple-friendly tag on Yatra.com while booking. Among the 5 star hotels Clarks Amer, Radisson City Centre Jaipur
and Royal Orchid on Tonk Road are wonderful choices for couples. Use promocode TOGETHER
to avail handy discounts.
Hotels Near Popular Landmarks in Jaipur
Jaipur has attractions galore. From the hill top forts of Amber (popularly referred to as Amer), Jaigarh, Moti Dungri and Nahargarh to picturesque lakes, from unique monuments like Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar to the speciality markets within the old quarter – visitors are spoilt for choice. Contemporary Jaipur is equally fascinating with attractions such as Jawahar Kala Kendra designed by Charles Correa, one of India’s architects. It showcases the art and craft traditions of Rajasthan. Likewise the Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing is an absolute must for textile buffs. It gives you an insight into one of Jaipur’s signature contribution to textile design. Booking hotels near popular landmarks in Jaipur
that most appeal to every travellers is a great way to maximise core interests.
Hotels near Amber Fort
The Amber Fort located in Amer is one of the showstoppers of Jaipur. Built on a hill, it was once a heavily fortified place to keep enemies at bay in medieval times. Built by Man Singh (who fought Maharana Pratap in the famous battle of Haldighati), the main gate can be accessed by foot or on elephant backs. The Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khas, Maota Lake and Sheesh Mahal are some its features. Along with two other city attractions – Jaigarh Fort and Anokhi Museum – this is a popular hub. Among hotels near Amber Fort
, Amer Classic located within a kilometre of the fort, offers facilities such as a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen, along with free Wi Fi. The Prime Hotel on Amer Road is another option in the budget category. Among premium properties the best option is Trident opposite Man Sagar Lake. The Indana Palace Jaipur
is another great choice en route Kukas. For a wider variety in the high end section, hotels around Kukas such as Le Meridien and Fairmont among others offer multiple choices.
Hotels near City Palace
Jaipur is world famous as the Pink City. It gets its name from the fortified Old Town area with the City Palace, Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar as its leading attractions. The bustling markets with myriad shopping delights in the form of block prints dresses in Johri bazaar, lac bangles in Bapu bazaar, and mojris and bandhini dupattas in Nehru bazaar makes this part a magnet for travellers. Mirza Ismail Road or MI Road as it is popularly called is the perfect base to explore the delights of Pink City. Hotels near City Palace Jaipur
are best suited to traveller who are attracted to heritage and shopping. In the budget to mid-category range are the Golden Tulip, Leisure Inn Grand Chanakya and Hotel Savoy. In the premium category are Radisson City Centre Jaipur
– a 5 star property, and Nirbana Palace, in the heritage segment.
Hotels near Jal Mahal
This is the most romantic setting in Jaipur. Jal Mahal sits inside Man Sagar Lake, with a string of hotels offering picture postcard views of this setting. The best among hotels near Jal Mahal
is Trident, a 5 star property bang opposite the lake. With a lovely green lawn at the front, a swimming pool overlooking the hill on the rear side of the property, and the impressive service quality of the Oberoi group makes it the perfect hotel on Amer Road. In the mid-category is Crimson Park Heritage Hotel
, which offers a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with views of the lake. Regenta Central Jal Mahal by Royal Orchid Hotels is located near Trident, along Amer Road. Its rooms offer television, kettle, electronic safe, a separate seating area and an attached bathroom, apart from great lake views. The roof-top restaurant is an added attraction.