Jaipur Palace Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
Photos of Jaipur Palace Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Jaipur Palace Hotel
Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... at Rahul's mum's house. It was probably some of the best Indian food I've tasted and she was the sweetest lady. A proper mum wanting to make sure you had eaten enough and didn't want for anything else. We when got back we had the opportunity to paint Chanda which is a traditional Hindi practice, but ours was not a traditional Hindi design ;) the paints were completely natural and not harmful to the elephants. It was harder to paint her than you think. After the paint had ...
... us a break from Imran’s constant chattering so we stayed a while before then heading to Jaipur’s jewel, the Amber Fort or sometimes called Amer Fort depending on what guide you are reading. En route, Imran enquired if we would like to go visit an excellent Guru he just happened to know and wasn't far from here, well, blow me, what a coincidence………..we politely said no thank you and he started to ...
... your number trick, to which he knew he wasn't getting our business. We then checked into the hotel and attempted to get a tuk tuk to The City Palace and Pink City part of town. The drivers didn't play our bartering game and after 2 drove away with no dropping in price we knew that maybe bartering wasn't the way here so much. We did eventually get a tuk tuk and headed through the mess of a city. Nobody would enjoy that traffic and pollution, I'd ...
... two things I have achieved two life goals, street chai and Indian hooka. XD This was all day. We arrived back to hotel around 6pm to grab Care and run off to the Lakshmi temple for puja! Traffic was bad so we missed puja but the temple was very nice anyway. It was newer and tried to include everybody... Like Socrates.... and Confucius....awkward. Then we went to Choki Dani! Aka 'clean village' which was like an adult amusement park/ circus freak show of ...
... through - I came out in what looks like a colonial area. A centrepiece of this is the elegant Albert Hall built for the 1876 visit. The building itself is pretty large and very nicely designed and was originally used for formal receptions, balls etc. it now houses a well stocked museum. I got fed up after a time due the hordes of school age kids tearing about the place. Maybe there should be a higher charge for kids! Anyway back to the guesthouse for a nice meal and a ...