Hotel Pearl Palace

51 Hathroi Fort, Hari Kishan Somani Marg,Near Vidhayakpuri Police Station, , Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 51 Hathroi Fort, Hari Kishan Somani Marg,Near Vidhayakpuri Police Station, , Jaipur, is near City Palace of Jaipur, Palace of Wind (Hawa Mahal), Jai Mahal (Lake Palace), and Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pearl Palace Jaipur

    Reviewed by haukimn

    Great hotel

    Reviewed Nov 28, 2013
    by (3 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Nice room with decorations somewhat like an Egyptian pharaoh palace, amazingly clean and modern bathrooms and they provided towels and toilet paper too which is great for this price bracket. Only slight thing is you have to pay for the Internet. Restaurant upstairs is amazing and deserves it's own review

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by lynanddon

    An Excellent Experience

    Reviewed Sep 23, 2013
    by (14 reviews) Squamish , Canada Flag of Canada

    The Hotel Pearl Palace has stood out as the best hotel/guest house experience we have had so far since arriving in India two weeks ago. We are budget travellers, but this hotel delivers way above its budget price. Our room was very clean, decorative and had a great bathroom. The roof top restaurant has a great chef and the food was consistently good. The staff was always helpful and offered their services whenever we needed them. The art in the hotel is wonderful to look at!

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    Reviewed by voresrejse


    Reviewed May 27, 2013
    by (1 review) , Denmark Flag of Denmark

    This hotel has an amazing staff and they are all so friendly to everyone. The rooms are cheap and clean and they have a nice little restaurant at the rooftop with delicious pizzas and choko shakes!

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    Reviewed by helihigl

    best price value so far

    Reviewed Aug 8, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Geboltskirchen , Austria Flag of Austria

    very clean and quite cheap

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    Reviewed by nmiddle1


    Reviewed May 27, 2011
    by (6 reviews) Aberdeen , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Clean tidy helpful, and decent rooftop restaurant.
    Highly recomend it.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Pearl Palace Jaipur

    I Loved this Hotel!


    You'll be pleasantly surprised walking into this place ,Lovely room, friendly staff, Rooftop restaurant food pretty good ,If you're like me, and are somewhat overwhelmed with the options, and a little concerned about making a good choice in such a far away place at budget prices, well, no need to worry.. Clean, well organized, top notch and very helpful staff, great location (walking distance from bus station), and great food. For a budget hotel, you can't go wrong. You'll love it.

    David Evans

    Wonderful place


    The best place we have stayed in india. Mr Singh the owner of the hotel is a really nice person who told us a lot of things about how to enjoy india and how not to fall in tricks people can play too you. The food is just excellent, rooms are clean and pretty. the hotel is located in a quiet area. They can wash your clothes for few money, book your bus or train. I would stay there again, no doubt!

    Ask for rooftop chairs


    My wife and I stayed in the Hotel Pearl Palace for 3 lovely nights and when we booked, Mr Singh sounded like a friendly person. On arrival at Jaipur station we called the hotel and they promptly sent a very affable driver who did not offer to take us shopping or to visit factories. A refreshing change.

    We were shown to our rooms almost immediately and allowed a few minutes to rest before check in. The rooms were immaculate. Well decorated, clean and with a balcony.

    The rooftop restaurant with its artistically designed chairs had a really lush, tropical feel thanks to the many well chosen and well watered plants and palms. The view is also magical. The menu is comprehensive and the food reliably cooked to perfection. We had breakfast and dinner there everyday.

    Staff are friendly and don't mind bringing water to your room late at night.

    We would happily have paid more for this room. Excellent value for money.

    Robert Andrews

    It's special design and warmly service.


    To all it may concern. My wife and I want to recommend about Pearl Palace Hotel in Jaipur. It was our luck to arrive to this beautiful hotel with it's special design and warmly service. We had a wonderful time especially with thanks to Mr. Singh and his wife. The hotel management and the staff gives u true smiles that comes from the heart. Best and clean Hotel we have been in India. Rooms are very good value for the money and the rooftop restaurant relaxing with excellent food it was surprising that they have 24hours money changer with better prices even we say travellers not staying in the hotel also come for money changing . Don't miss it!!!

    Very enjoyable


    Dated decor, but good sized room. Not in the thick of it, but not a problem as autrorickshaws were cheap and plentiful. Very friendly, helpful staff. Has the feel of living in someone's home, without being claustrophobic. Roof-top restaurant with lovely cooking. Good tipping policy - box on the front desk for all members of staff. Cheap as chips. Recommend it.

    This is a must!!


    This hotel is a must if you are staying in Jaipur. Forget the big names and expensive hotels. This is a small inexpensive and superb hotel. It is a clean hotel , the food is very good value ( and extremely safe) the staff are all very helpful and very much caters for European visitors, with high standards set for them. It is a great place to meet other visitors and spend some time in the rooftop terrace cafe. The staff can also help you with your ongoing accommodation within Rajasthan. We really enjoyed our stay and cannot recommend this hotel highly enough.

    Paul Kirkwood

    An oasis in Jaipur


    I stayed at the Hotel Pearl Palace for two nights on a recent tour of northern India that included Agra/Jaipur/Delhi. Although I am a mid-30's business executive used to staying in 4-5 star hotels, given that I was traveling alone, not wanting to spend a lot of money, and open to 'roughing-it', I looked for budget hotels that had been rated highly. Reviews I'd read about the Hotel Pearl Palace were encouraging and as it turns out, the hotel was one of the best accommodation values I've ever found, certainly not coming anywhere close to my idea of roughing-it. In fact, I felt spoiled by it.

    Anyone who has been to India knows that it can be overwhelming. There's just so much to see and do, and what you see and do can be very emotionally draining. Add to that temperatures over 105F and you can find yourself looking for an escape at the end of a long day.

    The Hotel Pearl Palace is a perfect escape, an oasis that provides a reprieve from the day and yet complements the city of Jaipur and its environs really well. Given that this is a budget hotel, the rooms are basic but are well equipped. Given the temperature I found it necessary to have an air-conditioned room (the additional cost was miniscule).

    The communal areas of the hotel are beautiful. The hallways are ornately decorated with painted ceilings and local artwork. The rooftop restaurant is a paradise, offering great views of the city, while relaxing over a meal, cup of coffee, cold bottled water or beer. The menu was extensive and the food was fantastic.

    The staff is outstanding. I was treated more kindly than I have ever been while staying at so-called 5-star hotels. There is a policy against tipping individuals and instead there is a tip jar in the lobby to offer the entire staff thanks for the level of care provided.

    The other guests were a mix, ranging from groups of young back-packers, to people in Jaipur on business. I met some really nice people at dinner each night. Although I did not meet the owner, he did stop by during my stay after a particularly heavy afternoon downpour to make sure everything was okay.

    The hotel is located about a 5-minute auto-rickshaw ride from the entrance gates to the 'pink city'. Cost in the off-season was 40-50 rupees.

    I would stay here again in a heartbeat.



    Attention to detail, owners committed to provide a great service, great and cozy restaurant on the roof. Incredible staff, great disposition and wonderful sorrundings ( next to an archeological site). I love the place, would return and stay there for an extended time.

    One hundred percent recommended hotel


    You cannot find a better budget hotel in Jaipur (perhaps India) than the Hotel Pearl Palace. For very reasonable rates you get spotless, modern, well facilitated rooms, of a standard that will make you very happy indeed! But this is just the beginning... the hotel has a beautiful rooftop restaurant with far reaching city views and absolutely unique metalwork sculptures and furniture. You eat your delicious, great value meals surrounded by elephant chairs, hand crafted terracotta tiles, potted plants, and lighting that creates a very relaxed ambience. The art is a continuous theme throughout the hotel with the friendly, honest, and kind, Mr. Singh, his family, and staff being a very talented bunch who always go the extra mile to make you time there enjoyable and comfortable. As two young women traveling for a lengthy period in what can be a disconcerting country at times, Hotel Pearl Palace is truly a remarkable safe haven in which to settle down and explore Jaipur from. One hundred percent recommended!

    Every traveler Must know


    One MUST both experience and see Hotel Pearl Palace. It's the best hotel in India - service is great, rooms are spotlessly clean and huge, the food is wonderful and diverse, hot water all the time, clean towels, nice and relaxed atmosphere, kind staff. And why is a Hotel Pearl Palace a must see? Well, because it is a small masterpiece. This masterpiece was created and designed by Mr Singh, the proprietor. The interior décor is superb, full of local arts & crafts and other interesting details. The most interesting place in the hotel has to be the fantastic rooftop terrace. Every sculpted iron table and every sculpted iron chair is a masterpiece itself. You can choose whether you'll take a lunch eating on an "elephant table" or you'll take a dinner sitting on a "funny face" chair. Terracotta bas-reliefs on the walls, sculptures, wood carvings all around you. Of course, not to forget to mention - the flowers and plants. Finally, a place where plants and flowers are well taken care of, watered regularly etc. You will find beautiful flowers all around you - on the terrace, in the rooms, in front of the hotel, behind the hotel, in the reception room - it's so wonderful and relaxing. The guests can feel very safe here. The proprietor, Mr Singh is a fantastic person who will take care of all your problems. He sure resolved all of our problems. After long day of sightseeing and lots of shopping we could hardly wait to go back to Hotel Pearl Palace - to our home, as we used to call it.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Pearl Palace Jaipur

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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