Rambagh, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Taj Rambagh Palace
The Jewel of Jaipur
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Walk from room to room amongst rich textures, opulent furnishings and exquisite objects d’art. Step out into expansive, ornamental gardens arranged in brilliant symmetry. Retire to rooms that were once the sanctuaries of kings, princes and their guests. Rambagh Palace exudes an unmistakable sense of history. It’s an architectural masterpiece that transcends time Rambagh Palace remained the home of Jaipur’s Royalty until 1957, when it was first converted into an upscale hotel that they continued to manage. In 1972, with its legacy of hospitality, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces was the perfect choice to carry on the royal tradition of the luxurious Rambagh Palace. Over the years Rambagh has played gracious host to several illustrious guests, such as Lord Louis Mountbatten, (who gave his name to a suite), Prince Charles, Jacqueline Kennedy and many other luminaries.
Restaraunts & Bars
Rajput Room – All Day Dining – Indian, Continental, Asian Suvarna Mahal – Fine Dining Indian Cuisine Polo Bar – Selection of wines and spirits Steam – Resto-bar on wheels. Verandah Café – light snacks and high tea. Unique Dining Experiences: Hawa Mahal on the lawns of Rambagh Palace Grand Rajasthani Soiree Romantic Dining at the Baradari Pavilion and Gazebo