Rambagh Palace was constructed in 1835, has gracefully transitioned from being the home of the queen's favorite handmaiden to a royal guesthouse and hunting lodge, and finally the residence of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and his queen, Maharani Gayatri Devi. This jewel under the flagship of the Taj group of hotels offers 78 magnificently restored heritage grand luxury rooms and suites in Jaipur, which were once the Maharaja's chambers. The palace is lavishly decorated with hand-carved marble ‘jalis,' or latticework, cupolas, sandstone balustrades, and cenotaphs, as well as elaborate Mughal Gardens.
The best fine-dining restaurants in Jaipur are found inside this most majestic of palaces, which showcase the best of Rajasthan's royal heritage. Suvarna Mahal, a former palace ballroom with huge crystal chandeliers and designed in the 18th-century French style, serves a royal Indian feast. Visit Rajput Space, our all-day dining restaurant, or Verandah Café for a variety of cuisines. Discover Mediterranean delights at Steam, a lounge bar, or relax in the Polo Bar, which features trophies and memorabilia from the Jaipur polo team on display. Guests can avail ancient Indian wellness therapies and signature treatments at the Jiva Grande Spa. The palace hotel in Jaipur near the city center offers the ideal place for once-in-a-lifetime celebrations, complemented by the abilities of our master chefs and impeccable service. Rambagh Palace has catered to a variety of prominent guests over the years, including Lord Louis Mountbatten, Prince Charles, and Jacqueline Kennedy.