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Get pampered in luxury within the finest ambience in Jaipur Taj Rambagh Palace is a 5-star heritage hotel located in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
It is located at a distance of 2 km from B. M. Birla Planetarium and 11 km from Man Sagar.
The hotel offers free Wi-Fi to its guests. This hotel has an outdoor and an indoor swimming pool, 24-hour fitness centre and a spa.
The property offers 14 halls for hosting business meetings and social events.
It provides services like 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, free Wi-Fi, tour desk, parking and currency exchange.
It offers leisure activities like horse rides, table tennis and golf.
Taj Rambagh Palace houses 45 rooms and 33 suites, which are segregated as Luxury Rooms, Palace Rooms, Historical Suites, Rang Niwas Suites, Bada Mahal Suites, Pothikhana Suites, Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Suites, Peacock Suites, Maharani Suites, Rajmata Gayatri Devi Suites, Prince s Suites, Suryavanshi Suites and Sukh Niwas Suites.
Each room is equipped with amenities like LCD TV, free Wi-Fi, electronic safe, tea/coffee maker and minibar.
The en-suite bathrooms are equipped with bath amenities and bathrobes.
Suvarna Mahal offers Indian cuisine, while Rajput Room is a multi-cuisine restaurant.
At Verandah Cafe, guests can enjoy light Indian and Continental fare or one can head to Polo Bar for relishing delectable finger food.
Steam is the lounge bar, which serves wood-fired pizzas and refreshing brews.
The hotel is 5 km away from Jaipur Junction and 9 km from Jaipur International Airport.Key attractions near the hotel are Hawa Mahal (5 km) and Jal Mahal (9 km), Man Sagar Lake (10 km), Amber Palace (13 km), and Jaigarh Fort (16 km).For business travellers, Sitapura Industrial Area is 15.5 km and Vishwakarma Industrial Area is 16 km away from the property.
What people love the most about this property is its great location and classy ambience.
Book now and enjoy world class services at Taj Rambagh Palace
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by juliaannep on November 6, 2018
I had read about the Rambagh Palace some years ago and never thought we would ever stay there. A confluence of coincidences merged and last weekend we went. I had seen a weekend package online and a friend gave me her personal recommendation as her husband works for the Taj group. So I booked. It was one of the best decisions I have ever made. The airport pick up went smoothly and we were treated to cool towels and water, small things like this make for a good start. The grand entrance and rose petal welcome and the ceremonial royal velvet umbrella made us feel royal, a little corny? yes, but at the Rambagh you have to "go with the flow" and magic will happen. Our Historical room was quiet and well located not too far from the foyer or the restaurants. Our concierge Ms Prette was a delight and very helpful.She organised a car driver and Guide Tahir with lightening speed. We did not want to waste time and wanted to start on the sites after lunch. So after a pleasant lunch on the glorious terrace we set off to explore the City Palace. Tahir proved to be a great Guide. filled with interesting facts, not too didactic, he steered us through this wonderful place with easy charm and obvious love for his adopted city. The city palace museum does need an interior facelift and some serious textile conservation work done, given the conditions they are kept under. These are masterpieces and deserve some TLC for posterity. Our package included a dinner and our evening began with an excellent recommendation from a member of our welcome committee - it was pointed out that we should take our dinner in the royal dining room after having drinks and viewing the dancing on the lawns. Our favourite waiter (for he had served us at lunch) also turned out to be a brilliant cocktail mixer - he invented a vodka, ginger , lemon grass and kaffir lime leaf martini which was fresh zingy and yet smooth on the palette. Remarkable. So much so I ordered it the next night. The dinner was superb small tasting dishes form the north and south of India so we shared morsels of each dish with each other. I love paneer and this is one of the best I have had , the eggplant curry was dreamy and the mini lamb shanks very delicate. We had a white wine from a winery we had visited in Sancerre last year which perfectly matched the spices. their wine cellar is very good. Breakfasts were brilliant , good muesli , good plain yoghurt and lots of dried fruit and nuts . the cooked omelette was cooked to order and done exactly as I like them well done with a hint of chilli tomato and onion. My husband loves pancakes and they were fluffy and cooked to perfection. Chef should be proud. The staff are attentive without being obtrusive. All were friendly , cheerful and relaxed. As it was our anniversary of 30+ years they sent us a heavenly light chocolate cake and housekeeping made flower decorations on the floor. We just keep getting little surprises. On Sunday we decided to engage the services of Tahir again to take us to the Amber fort. we were a little late for the elephant ride up the hill but we walked up from half way up and stopped at a 14th Century Krishna temple, which was rustic but beautiful in it s decayed splendour. the views on the way up are wonderful, somewhat marred by the smokey atmosphere, no doubt from the seasonal burning off of the rice stubble after harvest. But it was nowhere near the dangerous levels of pollution reached in Delhi. Amber is an incredible place and one can picture the past glory of Mughal times. the glorious wall paintings and inventive carving of the marble pillars and walls are still a marvel. One can clearly see from where the master printer and block print designer Brigitte Singh gets her inspiration. the lilies on the walls at Amber Fort appear on her gossamer silk/cotton dupata. Her masterful recreations were not seen on Sunday, as her studio home and showroom (nearby) were closed, so I went back the next day and I was so glad I did. But I digress, again Tahir took us for a memorable tour he catered to both our interests equally.After the fort he Kindly found the Anohki Museum for me and I thought they would be bored by the textiles, but to my surprise, both Tahir and my husband did enjoy trying their hand at block printing . I think they actually got a bit competitive! I am sure Tahir has done this a thousand times, but he made us feel like it was the first. I ended up with a lovely handkerchief. Back at Rambagh and we enjoyed the pool and the spa services, these spaces are aesthetically very beautiful, and no wonder, as the indoor pool was a favourite of the most famous inhabitant of the palace, Maharani Gayatri Dewi - her image graces the walls of the palace in several oils and in photos. She even outshone Jackie Kennedy. Her presence is felt everywhere and I think she was truely content in this place. At the end of an evening of good food, music and dance performances, we enjoyed just wandering the corridors enjoying the art, the ambience and stunningly lit colonnades. If you have a special event and are planning a trip to Jaipur you will never regret a sojourn at the Rambagh Palace Hotel - truely the jewel in the Taj crown. One suggestion we would make is to include part of the garden in the tour of the Palace, as it is a much a part of the property as the building. Did the royal family have a hand in its design? of so, who and why? Thank you Rambagh for making us feel so welcome and nurtured by warm staff, embraced by the history and stories that echo through the pristine marble corridors and plush well appointed rooms. Rambagh proves romance is not dead!
by jaxor24 on November 6, 2018
This palace is an oasis in the middle of Jaipur. Still owned by the Royal family, the grounds, service and food is fit for royalty. We popped in for lunch overlooking the lawns and peacocks. Be sure to try the truffle and mushroom risotto.
by Janice B on November 4, 2018
Although only staying one night at the end of our holiday we were treated like royalty from the moment we arrived. The staff were exceptionally helpful and obliging and nothing was too much trouble. The food was outstanding with a wide international menu and at breakfast there was such a superb choice of everything my only dissapointment was that I couldn't try all that was on offer. One day I hope to return to try the gourmet Indian food in the Suvarna Mahal restaurant and eat from those golden plates!
by Jittima P on November 2, 2018
I did not check in for stay but visited an outdoor restaurant before going to the airport. I can say that this is the best of the best. All staff are nice since entering the gate, walking to the lobby untill sitting a the restaurant. They stored our luggages, calling uber, serving food, explaining everything we asked. Oh dear! How good they are! The afternoon tea or lunch menu were perfect and with reasonable price. The decoration at the day and night time. The musicians and dancers. I would say "Don't miss this place" and you will be obsessed like I am.
by TheophilusP on October 30, 2018
Dining in the old dining hall of the King. 22K gold cutlery and cups. Fantastic palatial grounds on 49 acres. Regaled by Manoj Edwin the Restaurant Manager, and his tales of when royalty and celebrities alike dined in the same place. Lovely food and reasonable. Well worth it!!
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