Lavish luxury on the outskirts of Jaipur, the capital of regal Rajasthan
City | History & culture
Rated among the leading hotels of the world, the Oberoi Rajvilas offers a unique way to experience one of India's most vibrant and exotic destinations, Jaipur.
Set in 32 acres of landscaped gardens with the pink city of Jaipur - just eight kilometres away - as its backdrop, the Oberoi Rajvilas is the India of one's imagination - dusted down, beautifully polished and ready to wait on you hand and foot.
Luxurious rooms, tents and villas are interspersed among reflection pools, fountains and courtyards crisscrossed by quiet footpaths. All rooms have large four-poster beds and sunken marble baths and overlook private walled gardens. As standard, rooms come equipped with a host of modern luxuries, including LED televisions, CD player, wired and wireless internet, walk-in closet, electronic safe, personal mini-bar, tea and coffee making facilities and 24-hour butler service.
Exceptional standards of service and cuisine characterise the gourmet dining at the Oberoi Rajvilas. The executive chef and his team at both the Surya Mahal and Raj Mahal restaurants have created menus rich in traditional Indian flavours and well-known western classics. Many of the ingredients are sourced from the hotels very own garden and guests will often find local musicians performing in the adjourning courtyards. The hotel also features the Rajwada Library Bar, which serves a selection of fine wines, cocktails and liquors along with twice-weekly discussions with a local historian about the history of Jaipur and the Rajputana.
There's nothing quite like a relaxing massage or rejuvenating treatment after a long day exploring the delights of Jaipur. The Oberoi Spa, which features a series of beautifully appointed spa suites, decorated with hand-painted frescoes, offers the perfect place to unwind with an aromatherapy steam bath, holistic massage or yoga session. There's also a superb fitness centre and a beautiful swimming pool, surrounded by picturesque landscaped gardens; the perfect spot for soaking up the Rajasthan sun.
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Chaotic, colourful and captivating, the Indian cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, collectively known as the Golden Triangle, are home to some of the country's most resplendent architecture, vibrant street life and fascinating cultural heritage.
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