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Suján Rajmahal Palace

Sardar Patel Marg, C Scheme, Shivaji Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001, India
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Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India
Suján Rajmahal Palace Jaipur  India

Suján Rajmahal Palace

If this hotel looks like it’s fit for a king, that’s because it is: Housed in one of the region’s oldest palaces, the boutique property is owned by Jaipur’s royal family and is one of the most romantic places to stay in the Pink City. The guest rooms are made for Instagram, with colorful wallpaper, beautifully upholstered furniture (including four-poster beds in suites), and crystal chandeliers. The common areas and restaurants are equally stunning, from the Colonnade, a 24-hour terrace with turquoise-accented interiors overlooking verdant lawns, to the more formal Orient Occident, where you can order rare Rajasthani specialties against a backdrop of regal oil paintings. If you’re lucky, you may even spot royalty while you’re visiting—the palace has long been a favorite of visiting dignitaries, from Jackie O to Queen Elizabeth II.

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Suján Rajmahal Palace

You’ll live like a royal at this hotel built in 1729 by the Maharaja of Jaipur. In February, it reopened with contemporary style. There are still 18th- century paintings, Persian carpets, and a bedroom set used by Queen Elizabeth II during her stay, but most striking are the bold wallpapers in the common areas and the 30 suites. When you’re ready to venture out, the concierge can arrange Maharaja-worthy experiences, including private dinners in the City Palace.