The Oberoi Rajvilas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Oberoi Rajvilas Jaipur
What a beautiful place. The Rajvilas is a destination in its self! The gardens are beautiful and extensive. A sense of peace, relaxation and well-being pervades these gardens. Be sure to allow for a couple of days to just enjoy the hotel! The service here was beyond excellent. We were very impressed by all the trainee waiting staff who attended to us. For instance, we asked about a book a copy of which was in our rooms and wondered if we could buy it. The waiter and waitress promptly went off to arrange four books and returned informing us that it was complimentary courtesy them! Now, where do you ever get such exceptional service!! And they were just kids who had finished college, on the their first jobs as trainees. Everything about the Rajvilas was exceptional and unparalleled!
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