RAJMAHAL PALACE RAAS JAIPUR
Rajmahal Palace is the newest addition to RAAS’ portfolio of historic properties. Renowned for injecting a modern aesthetic to some of India’s finest heritage properties, this 19th-century regal retreat makes for an iconic visit. Our new partnership with Rajmahal and RAAS marks the onset of a new era for luxury tourism.
Rajmahal Palace offers 13 rooms and suites and two spectacular Royal Apartments. Each room unites classic and contemporary styles, resulting in a perfect example of Indian Art Deco. The palace has magnificent, serene gardens and a gorgeous Art Deco-style swimming pool. The walls of the palace tell stories of Jaipur, the ‘Pink City’, and are a unique oasis for a romantic stay that exudes luxury.
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Rajmahal Palace is located at the heart of UNESCO World Heritage Site — Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. The city holds some priceless national treasures such as Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal and City Palace.
Rajmahal Palace is an opulent heritage residence turned luxury hotel that provides some of Jaipur’s most sumptuous experiences. The hotel is eclectically decorated, combining old-world culture with a contemporary style. It’s best known for its scrumptious food at both the Polo Bar and 51 Shades of Pink. There’s also a palatial spa.
HISTORY OF RAJMAHAL PALACE RAAS JAIPUR
Rajmahal Palace was built in 1729. The property was the home of Maharaja Sawai Man ‘Jai’ Singh and Maharani Gayatri Devi for many years. The Maharani describes the Palace in her memoir, A Princess remembers, as a place that had ‘charm and character and a pleasantly informal atmosphere’.
The Royal family’s photos, polo trophies, classic 1950’s Ford Thunderbird and many heirlooms are on display at the property. This heritage palace has hosted some of the world’s most prominent dignitaries including Queen Elizabeth II and the late Duke of Edinburgh. The property still belongs to the Royal Family and is currently the home of Rajmata Padmini Devi.