Jaipur – Luxury Collection
This stunningly restored palace has a fascinating history, starting out as a private residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur in 1835, before becoming a guesthouse and hunting lodge. The property was acquired by the Taj group in 1957 and transformed into the super luxurious hotel it is today.
The rooms and suites at Rambagh Palace are truly spectacular featuring traditional arched stonework, textured drapes and fabrics, crystal chandeliers, gold-leaf frescoes, and large windows that open on...
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All rooms feature a courtyard or balcony looking out to the swimming pool, fountain courts and lush gardens of the Haveli. The deluxe suites are significantly larger than the deluxe rooms and feature superior furnishings – in our opinion highly worth the small upgrade cost.
The spectacular hand painted (from floor to ceiling) dining hall provides an exceptional setting for dinner. For those that like to eat Al Fresco tables are also set up for lunch and dinner in the central courtyar...
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