Rambagh Palace is one of Ampersand's Top 10 Venues for a Wedding or Party
Dating back to 1835 and formally the home to the Maharaja of Jaipur, Rambagh Palace offers a luxurious stay in a relaxing environment away from the city centre. From the moment you arrive you will notice the peacocks strutting across the lawns and you’ll hear the Indian classical musicians playing on the verandahs, each moment in Rambagh Palace is wistfully romantic. Throughout the palace you will notice the extravagantly decorated interiors from the rich textures and colours to the hand-carved marble latticework and the cenotaphs – you really do feel like you are a guest of the Maharaja!
When you are not in your lavish bedroom, in the art deco indoor swimming pool (where the Maharaja used to swim every morning), swimming in the outdoors or having afternoon tea on the lawn, there are 47 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens to wander. There is also a charming spa tent, tucked away in a quiet corner of the garden, the perfect place to relax after a day of sightseeing. The Jiva Spa menu has a variety of treatments to choose from each of which will leave you feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead. There is also a fitness centre with a steam room, jacuzzi and sauna along with yoga and meditation pavilion where you can indulge in private lessons.
For meal times, there are four restaurants; Savarna Mahal, The Verandah, The Rajput Room and Steam. Each offer a sublime dining experience and there is something to suit every taste. Please note that there is complimentary Wi-fi available for guests to check email. Should you be downloading or using websites, there is a charge of INR900 per day.
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