Rajmahal Palace RAAS Jaipur

Location: Rajasthan | India

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

With more past lives than a cat since its inception in 1729, the Rajmahal Palace RAAS Jaipur has been a garden retreat, a British residency and the home of Indian royalty, and has welcomed celebrated figures through its marble-clad lobby for centuries. Now a regal and luxurious hotel, it employs a contemporary take on the palatial Indian style and couples impeccable personalised service with decadent interiors and sophisticated decor.
Perfect forFeeling like a pampered king or queen in the heart of the ‘Pink City’ - and pink is a major feature of the hotel, in homage to its setting.
In the knowOne of the oldest palaces in Jaipur, this lavish retreat has hosted guests such as the Queen and Prince Philip, Jackie Kennedy and Lord and Lady Mountbatten.

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  • Romantic

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

The Rajmahal Palace RAAS Jaipur sits in green lawns in the old part of Jaipur, within walking distance of Hawa Mahal and the City Palace.

Rooms at Rajmahal Palace RAAS Jaipur

As you follow the curving marble staircase and walk through the flower-covered hallways to your luxurious room, keep an eye on the wallpaper, as it tells the many stories of Jaipur and its illustrious rulers. From polo ponies and peacock arches to elements from the royal crest, such as a lion and a horse under a sun, the specially-crafted wallpaper gives each room its unique theme.

As well as walls that act as artworks, the pastel-coloured rooms feature original mirrored doors, modern furniture and a dressing room. If you are a fan of powder blue, go for the Mountbatten Suite, a stylish one-bedroom suite with a drawing room, a dressing room, a pantry, a superb cut-glass chandelier and an antique four-poster bed.

Food & drink

Head to the bright and striking 51 Shades of Pink dining room for a cheerful breakfast. Alternatively, settle for the brightly-lit corners of the Colonnade, where you can sit al fresco tables with views over the garden. As the sun goes down, have afternoon tea on the manicured lawns, nibbling on freshly-baked goodies, or sip on the tasty cocktails in the trophy-encased Polo Bar.

For more informal dining and a delicious Jaipur curry, head to the Orient Occident for its dishes of jungli maas (tender mutton cooked with red chillies and garlic) and bhindi masaledar (deep-fried okra).


The Art Deco pool is the perfect place to cool off, especially as it is surrounded by tranquil gardens, and has great views across the hotel. There is also a spa offering a range of massages and treatments, designed to relax the mind and body.

Activities at Rajmahal Palace RAAS Jaipur

Well placed to explore Jaipur, the palace offers a series of private tours, which range from an all-encompassing excursion through the city to a specialised trip around the City Palace. You can also go on a photographic walk, with plenty of opportunities to snap the perfect photo, venture through the bustling local markets with a knowledgeable guide at your side, or take full advantage of the royal treatment and book a seat in the royal box for a polo match.

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Hotel location

Rajmahal Palace RAAS Jaipur is approiximately a 25-minute drive from Jaipur international airport.  

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