Located right in the heart of Jaipur, in the former residence of the Prime Minister, the luxurious Jai Mahal Palace is an oasis of regal splendor a few steps away from Sawai Mansingh Stadium, the Museum of Indology and other cultural and historical sights.
Built in 1745 in Indo-Saracenic style and set amidst 18 acres of beautifully landscaped Moghul gardens, this incomparable palace blends spotlight-grabbing opulence with tantalizing comforts that transport guests to a world of Rajasthan magnificence. On the premises one can find a vast complex of regal rooms, pretty pavilions with charming colonnades, an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor pool, a well-equipped fitness center, a health club, a spa and wellness centre, a business center with small meeting rooms, a technology help-desk and high speed internet access.
Jai Mahal Palace’s 100 guestrooms designed in traditional Rajasthani style create the original grandeur and a regal yet fresh and contemporary ambiance for leisure travelers and perfect office conditions for those who came to Jaipur on business.
Jai Mahal Palace’s restaurants and lounges offer a variety of Rajasthani, European, Oriental and Italian cuisines which will not leave indifferent any of the most scrupulous gourmands.
The hotel is just 3km from the railway station, within a short walk to the main shopping areas and historical monuments and 14km drive to the airport.
Year renovated: 2006.
Number of rooms: 100.
Jai Mahal Palace’s 100 luxurious guestrooms are divided into 10 deluxe double rooms with double beds, 67 suite king rooms with king-size beds, 17 luxury twin rooms with twin beds and six luxury king suites with king-size beds. All the guestrooms feature balconies, colonial style furniture, premium bedding, miniature paintings, refrigerators and coffeemakers, phones, bathrobes and slippers, complimentary newspapers, safety deposit boxes, premium cable television, air conditioning, separate sitting areas, desks, complimentary bottled water and ceiling fans, wireless internet access. The deluxe rooms are tastefully decorated in traditional Rajasthani style with marble flooring and reflect ancient culture and heritage. Original paintings by contemporary Indian artists or prints of classical and mythological themes by famous Indian painters enhance the ambiance. The luxury rooms, designed in turquoise and red, seamlessly blend contemporary and traditional style and offer modern facilities and a spectrum of moods with tranquil views of the beautifully landscaped lawns or the pool.
All children under the age of two may stay free of charge. Infant cribs and roll-away beds are available on request. The hotel has a range of new international standard child-friendly toys and equipment to keep the little ones occupied. Babysitting facilities are available on site.
Jai Mahal Palace offers its guests plenty of restaurants and lounges to choose from. Cinnamon is the new Pan Indian gourmet restaurant, which serves traditional lightly cooked specialties of Punjab and Moghul India. It is open to visitors for breakfast from 7.30am to 11.30am and for lunch and dinner from noon to 11pm.
The Marble Arch is an all-day dining restaurant overlooking Mogul Gardens which serves an elaborate multi-cuisine menu. With curved archways and a food theatre it blends traditional and modern elements.
Giardino is the al-fresco fine dining restaurant near the pool which serves traditional Italian food paired with the finest old and new world wines. It is open to visitors from 7.30am to 11pm, September till June.
Marigold Bar is the stylish new bar that serves a variety of the finest international and Indian liquors, cocktails and cigars. It invites guests from 11am to 11pm.
The Terrace is an open-air lounge that offers a wide choice of snacks and beverages hosting Rajasthani folk dances and a puppet show in the evenings. It is open to guests from 6am till 11.30pm.
The Palace Tea Lounge at the lobby offers a wide variety of teas and coffees. It welcomes visitors from 10am till 7pm.
The Pool Lounge is the informal poolside lounge which offers a choice of continental snacks and salads. It is open to visitors from 1pm till 7pm.
All visitors are offered a full breakfast for a fee.
Jai Mahal Palace provides perfect business facilities offering a conference hall and two board rooms which can accommodate from 10 to 150 guests in auditorium-style or 200 guests for cocktails and receptions. The hotel’s business center offers small meeting rooms, secretarial service and all the modern technologies, including scanner/printer/photocopier/fax machines. High speed internet access is available in public areas.
The hotel features plenty of recreation facilities: swimming pools, tennis courts, croquet, a jogging track, football, golf, horse riding, badminton, a well-equipped fitness centre, yoga session, outdoor chess, a recreation room for children, a sound and light show, folk dance performances every evening and vintage car tours.
The spa and wellness centre is set in a stylish tent offering a choice of Indian wellness treatments. These include royal aromatic massages, classical Swedish massages and facials.
Yoga sessions are held on the lawns. Guest can take advantage of recreation activities for relaxation and rejuvenation.
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