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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...
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...
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...
Also part of the Samode group, this luxurious tented accommodation (featuring private modern bathrooms) is a wonderful retreat. It’s set in 8 peaceful hectares of land, surrounded by formal gardens and near a 150-year-old pavilion...
In the northeastern part of the town, Saba Haveli is an authentic, friendly hotel positioned among a warren of narrow streets. Here the rooms have been kept to the old size, which is to say very large, with modern bathrooms attached...
Situated off the main drag and close to the bus station, this quiet hotel is managed by three generations of women of a gracious Bikaner noble family...
Hotel Bissau Palace
This is a worthy choice if you want to stay in a palace on a budget. It’s actually just outside the city walls, less than 10 minutes walk from Chandpol (a gateway to the Old City) where there is a very earthy produce market...
Hotel Om Tower
Resembling a piece of mislaid space junk, this tower, though modest by world standards, is a Jaipur landmark. Rooms are modern business bland, comfortable but hardly inspiring, and the bathrooms are space-capsule tiny...
Located just off Sansar Chandra Marg, the Mansingh is a very central and well-appointed business-class hotel. It has comfortable though run-of-the-mill rooms, a coffee-shop beside the pool and a rooftop bar and restaurant...
Another genuine heritage hotel that has emerged from a gracious 19th-century mansion. Alsisar Haveli is set in beautiful green gardens, and boasts a lovely swimming pool and a wonderful dining room...
Once a budget travellers’ favourite, with a vast range of accommodation, this hotel has shrunk and now offers a mishmash of varying rooms. Some have balconies and you should inspect a few rooms before settling in...
This small but impressive hotel was built in 1950 and is still run by the same charming family. It offers 11 spacious rooms, most of which face the large sparkling pool set in a romantic courtyard. Three garden-facing rooms are wheelchair accessible...
Mandawa Haveli is another lovely heritage hotel, though if you are expecting bright Shekhawati murals you will be disappointed. Mandawa Haveli’s rooms are spacious and elegantly, if simply, furnished...
About 8km south of the city, this 200-room hotel is welcoming and plush, and has everything you need for a very comfortable stay.
Elaborately built and decorated in traditional style, this heritage hotel offers immaculate rooms, some with balconies, featuring murals, coloured-glass lamps, flat-screen TVs, and even ceilings covered in small mirrors (in the suites)...
Hotel Arya Niwas
Just off Sansar Chandra Marg, behind a high-rise tower, this is a very popular travellers’ haunt with a travel desk, bookshop and yoga lessons...
This mock-heritage hotel, behind the Collectorate in a quiet cul-de-sac, is extravagantly decorated in traditional style. The cascading stairways and numerous private balconies have you feeling you have entered a miniature Rajasthani painting...
Sajjan Niwas is a heritage building with some lovely spacious rooms, antique furnishings and delightful coloured glass and old-world charm. So far so good but the tariffs are a little high for what is on offer. There’s a delightful rooftop restaurant.
This extravagantly decorated hotel is run by the same family behind the popular Umaid Bhawan. It may not be a castle but it has plenty of front. Rooms are spacious, elaborate and regal, and downstairs is a pool, bar and restaurant...