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Taj Lake Palace
The icon of Udaipur, this romantic white-marble palace seemingly floating on the lake is extraordinary, with open-air courtyards, lotus ponds and a small, mango-tree-shaded pool. Rooms are hung with breezy silks and filled with carved furniture...
Jagat Niwas Palace
This leading midrange hotel set in two converted lakeside havelis takes the location cake. The lake-view rooms are charming, with carved wooden furniture, cushioned window seats and pretty prints...
Haveli Braj Bhushanjee
This rambling, authentic, 200-year-old haveli is run by the very helpful and knowledgeable Braj Bhushanjee family, descendants of the former prime ministers of Bundi...
Spacious gardens, spick-and-span rooms well furnished in traditional style, a cheery atmosphere and friendly staff are the name of the game at the very well-run Mahendra Prakash...
Hotel Pearl Palace
The delightful Pearl Palace continues to raise the bar for budget digs. There’s quite a range of rooms to choose from – small, large, shared bath, private bath, some balconied, some with AC or fan cooled, and all are spotless...
Tiger Safari Resort
This is one of the best options for those on a budget, where the helpful management is adept at organising safaris, wake-up calls and early breakfasts before the morning safari...
Tucked away in the northeast corner of the old city is this charming 200-year-old building, once the town house of the rawal (nobleman) of Samode, Jaipur’s prime minister...
Jai Mahal Palace
Located south of the train station, this impressive hotel is set in 7 hectares of beautifully manicured gardens, which most of the swish rooms overlook...
The Raj Palace
A former royal home, Raj Palace was built by Thakur Mohan Singhji of Chaumoo, then prime minister...
Largely extended in the 19th century, this magnificent palace is a gloriously grand hotel decorated in no-holds-barred Rajput splendour, with a great courtyard swimming pool plus an infinity pool...
Professionally run by two helpful, efficient brothers, this smart midrange option has spotless, unfussy rooms with good beds, some decorated with attractive block-printed fabrics. Book corner room 11, 21 or 31 for views...
Hotel Poonam Haveli
A fairly modern place decked out in traditional style, friendly Poonam has 16 spacious, spotlessly clean rooms with big beds and spare but tasteful decor, plus pleasant sitting areas...
Run by an artist family, Krishna Niwas has smart, clean, all AC rooms; those with views are smaller, and some come with balconies. There are splendid views from the rooftop, and a decent restaurant...
Hotel The Blue House
Certainly blue, this rambling old house run by a friendly Jain family is a reliable bet. It has a big range of individually decorated rooms and some very steep stairs. The two top-floor rooms (₹900 each) are good value. Free pickups available.
In a beautiful sandstone building right next to the higher-profile Ajit Bhawan, this was built for the same prince. It’s cheaper than its Siamese sibling and less polished, with rooms that have soaring ceilings but lack charisma...
This splendid palace was once the Jaipur pad of Maharaja Man Singh II and, until recently, his glamorous wife Gayatri Devi. Veiled in 19 hectares of gardens, the hotel has fantastic views across the immaculate lawns...
Built in 1920 by the great polo player Maharaj Ratan Singhji of Raoti, this beauty from a bygone era is the real deal...
The highlight at this glitzy concoction of a hotel is the wonderful rooftop terrace, where you can dine well or swim in Udaipur’s only rooftop pool (nonguest Rs300); there’s even a Jacuzzi with a view. Rooms are comfortable, spotless and well appointed.
Hotel Pushkar Palace
Once belonging to the maharaja of Kishangarh, the top-end Hotel Pushkar Palace boasts a romantic lakeside setting. The rooms have carved wooden furniture and beds, and the suites look directly out onto the lake...
Umaid Bhawan Palace
This massive art deco palace, still the royal residence, is constructed from honey sandstone and white marble and is located 3km southeast of the old city...
A cute mini-labyrinth of a place combining three old houses set right on the fort walls. French-owned and designed, it has vividly coloured rooms, attractive little sitting areas and all sorts of intriguing arts and crafts...
Laxmi Vilas Palace
This exquisite heritage hotel, about equidistant between the national park and the town centre, was once owned by the younger son of Maharaja Jaswant Singh. Arched ceilings and heavy old furniture make for atmospheric rooms, set around a courtyard...