“The present owner, a descendent of the ruler of Chaumoo who built this Mughal palace in 1727, has gone to great lengths to refurbish this beautiful heritage building to it‘s original splendour. The 38 rooms and suites are lavishly furnished and decorated with original artefacts, and the bed-linen is the finest from Italy. The elegance of the gardens and verandahs are as important as the grand and airy interiors. The Swapna Mahal restaurant houses a unique collection of crockery and the largest chandelier in India, from Swarovski. Just as dazzling, the Maharajah’s Presidential Suite, on three floors with it’s own roof terrace, is sublime.”
Written by Geraldine Keith
“Acknowledged as The world's best heritage hotel the "Raj Palace is a Grand heritage hotel and the member of Small Luxury Hotels of the world. We were voted as the World's Leading heritage hotel" by The World Travel awards consecutively for four years 2007 - 2011.
We are the winners of the National incredible India award for being awarded as The Best Heritage Hotel in India by the department of tourism Government of India for this year.
Among the Luxury hotels of India we are Recognised as the best Luxury hotel in India and Jaipur The Raj Palace is recognised as for its unique product as it is one of the only Places lived by the Maharajah that has been restored to its original glory and charm, If you are looking for Best hotel amongst the best luxury hotels of India with a true Indian Royal Palace flavour, then we are the right place for you, as we are the best luxury hotels in the Palace category in the world.
Our restaurant and bars were voted one of the best in the world at the 32nd international awards for hotel and catering at Fitur Spain by American travel association. The Raj Palace grand heritage hotel is one of the finest palace hotels, a boutique hotel with only suites and beautiful multi-cuisine restaurants, that has one of the biggest crystal chandelier of India and a beautiful antique crockery museum with a collection of around 200 years old antique crockery used by the royalty i.e. the kings and queens, including the Maharaja of Jaipur and Maharani of Jaipur. The Palace also has the pictures of the famous people who have visited, dined or slept in the embrace of this palace, which include Sawai Jai Singh, Maharani Gayatri Devi, Lord Mountbatten, Maharaja Man Singh, Rawal Sangram Singh of the Samode Palace, Amitabh Bacchan, Fredrick Forsyth, Elaine Page, Dominique La Pierre, as well as many other famous Kings and Queens and various dignitaries belonging to the Royal Families all over the world.”