Rambagh Palace was a residence of the king of Jaipur during ancient times. Today, it is one of the luxury heritage hotel served by Taj groups.
Where Rambagh Palace is Located ?
The hotel is located 8 km away from the main city of Jaipur. It is on the Bhawani Singh Road outside the city. You can find many cabs and autos from Jaipur to the palace. It is 15-minutes car ride away from the train station of Jaipur. There is airport pick up and drop by the hotel representative for a surcharge.
Best Time to Visit in Rambagh Palace ?
The check-in time starts by 2 PM and ends by 12 AM. The palace is at prime beauty throughout the year. Tourists usually choose winter for its pleasing climate. If you are looking for a better deal in room rent, choose summer or monsoon.
During peak season, cost of a room starts from INR 50,000 per day. During off-season, the rent starts from INR 33,000 per day.
Rambagh Palace is famous for ?
The hotel has managed to hold back the beauty of the palace. The palace spreads for 47 acres of area with spa, gardens, hotel and others. You can find high ceilings, mahogany, antiques, courtyard with statues, fountains and other cliché palace elements. The hotel inside the palace is an ultra-luxury one. It is a five-star hotel with numerous facilities and amenities starting from steam rooms to golf course. Inside the hotel, you can take up yoga classes, walk in the trails, enjoy polo matches or play tablet tennis. Golf and yoga lesson are available inside the campus.
Suvarna Mahal is converted into a restaurant here. The water is served in gold cups. You can enjoy Rajasthani cuisine and international cuisines too. There is a heritage train carriage that looks like a train and provides international cuisine.
History about the Rambagh Palace ?
Rambagh palace used to be a garden house in 19th century. It was used by the wet nurse of Ram Singh II. Later, Madho Singh converted it into a royal hunting spot as the place was surrounded by forests. In 20th century, the place was renovated into a luxury palace and Sawai Man Singh II used it as his main residence.