When guests step in Rambagh Palace, they take a leap backward to a time when the palace was the royal residence of the Maharajah and every resident and visitor had the luxury of his own personal butler. Today, all visitors are treated like the Maharajah's guests of honor thanks to these royal butlers.
For nearly two centuries, the Rambagh Palace has been home to generations of royals. Built in 1835 on a modest scale for the queen’s favorite handmaiden Kesar Badaran, it was later refurbished as a royal guesthouse and hunting lodge. In 1925, Rambagh was converted into a palace and became the residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur.
Guests relive the Rajputana era in refined and refurbished rooms, each offering a different experience in princely living.
The Luxury Rooms are a retreat for the senses. Rich in terms of textures and colors, each luxury room has been redesigned for comfort. A four-poster bed, walk-in wardrobes, and a spacious bathroom help guests sink into the palatial experience.
The Historical Suites present a welcoming ambiance with marble floors, exquisite Rajasthani artwork, and sheer fabrics which allow crisp sunlight to enhance the beauty of each room. A four poster bed, a sitting area overlooking gardens, a walk-in wardrobe, and a spacious bathroom make these suites ideal for the discerning leisure traveler. A Personal Butler is on call throughout the stay to help design shopping itineraries or excursions into the city.
Some of the Royal Suites have been the personal chambers of the Maharaja of Jaipur. The beautiful architecture and sumptuous décor will transport guests to the bygone era of royalty. Guests of the Royal Suites enjoy all of the amenities of the Historical Suites.
The Grand Royal Suites include the Maharani Suite, which was built as a surprise gift to Maharani Gayatri Devi, and the Prince’s Suite, which was the former chamber of Prince Jagat Singh, son of Maharani Gayatri Devi. It offers a large lounge overlooking the gardens, extending onto a terrace. Both the suites are furnished with a touch of bright elegance and the highest level of comfort for the guest.
Carefully restored with period furniture and French windows overlooking the Rambagh Palace gardens, the Suryavanshi Suite gives you a glimpse into the royal lifestyle of the princes. Many international celebrities and heads of state have stayed in the Suryavanshi Suite, which offers a large sitting area, a royal dining room, and a spacious walk-in wardrobe.
From casual, all-day dining to formal, fine dining, guests can look forward to a wide array of delectable culinary delights and refreshing beverages. The Rambagh Palace offers a distinctive dining experience, one that explores the nuances of the finest Indian and international cuisines and serves a mouth-watering medley of traditional and contemporary favorites.Request Information