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Rambagh Palace Jaipur

Golden Triangle, India

The Rambagh Palace offers palatial accommodation and world class hospitality. If you’re looking for a place in Jaipur that is ornate, decadent, and historically interesting, the Rambagh is ideal.

Guests have a choice of rooms and suites that are all fit for a royal. Luxury Rooms feature a king size bed amidst period decor and sporting a garden view. The larger Palace Rooms offer a view of the garden or of the perfectly manicured inner courtyard. Guests looking to live like a maharaja can opt for a Historical Suite, which contains a sitting area that overlooks the gardens. A wide selection of special themed suites are also available, including the Rang Niwas Suite, which has an expansive marble split-level bathroom, and the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Suite, with its elaborate silk-clad jharokha seating. If oriental architecture is more to your taste, then you could stay in the Maharani Suite, which features grand arched doorways between rooms.
 
Those who wish to learn more about the Rambagh’s history can arrange a heritage walk through the palace gardens, rounding it off with a refreshing pre-dinner drink at the Polo Bar.