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The Rambagh Palace is a luxury hotel housed in the former summer palace of a Maharaja, in the upscale area of Jaipur — Oyster
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10 reviews
A destination unto itself, whether you want to splash out on a private villa with its own pool, enjoy a spacious standard room, or revel in a romantic luxury tent on the grounds. — Fodor's
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7 reviews
This stately heritage hotel preserves its Rajasthani character and harbors a few surprises, including elegant gardens and a beautiful open-air pool with pool-side bar. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
The 43 light-filled guest rooms feature elaborate marble work and woodwork; cotton dhurrie rugs cover mosaic-patterned floors. — Travel + Leisure
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4 reviews
This heritage hotel was once a large 'haveli' (traditional home) for a large Indian family — The Telegraph
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7 reviews
Grand hotel in a 300-year-old pink mansion owned by the royal family, on 10 acres of trimmed lawns and colorful flowerbeds in Jaipur. — Hideaway Report
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3 reviews
This heritage hotel, with its stunning entrance façade, has been with the same family since it was built in 1926, giving it an authenticity that is hard to duplicate — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
This hotel evokes the spirit of Rajasthan through the use of riotous colour, mural paintings, excellent Indian cuisine, and folk music every evening — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
Jaipur's sprawling Tree of Life Resort & Spa Jaipur hotel is a splash of colour in the dry desert of Rajasthan — Mr & Mrs Smith
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4 reviews
Charismatic but affordable 200-year-old heritage hotel, superbly decorated throughout with lavish murals and Rajasthani architectural touches. — Rough Guide
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4 reviews
This is still the best budget option in Jaipur, where you get the opportunity to overnight in a rambling, 200-year-old haveli for a fraction of the rates charged elsewhere. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
The delightful Pearl Palace continues to raise the bar for budget digs. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
Once the residence of Jaipur’s prime minister, this gracious 18th-century building is now a grand, luxurious hotel run by the Taj Group. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Just off Sansar Chandra Marg, behind a high-rise tower, this is a very popular travellers’ haunt with a travel desk, bookshop and yoga lessons. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Gemstone-inspired guesthouse 28 Kothi bucks Jaipur’s traditionalist trend with its mid-century furniture, Rousseau-esque murals and urbane, in-the-know staff — Mr & Mrs Smith
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1 review
Madhuban is an elegant, heritage hotel and guesthouse. ... It features a range of bright, spotless, antique-furnished rooms including a suite with a Jacuzzi. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Elegant Mughal Palace–inspired sleep with traditional Rajasthani decor and dining options fit for royalty. — Jetsetter
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4 reviews
Rooms are masterfully decked out with dark green marble floors and period-style furniture. The rooftop restaurant serves wholesomely made Indian cuisine. — Fodor's
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1 review
This family-owned guesthouse starred in the BBC’s reality show, The Real Marigold Hotel, in 2016 and hasn’t looked back — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
About 5km north of the city on the road to Amber Fort, the Trident is a slick and very well-managed international-class hotel. — Lonely Planet
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