Address of Rajputana Palace
Near Railway Station ,
Rajasthan - 302006
Five Star Deluxe Heritage Hotel.
The palace wis well connected to the city with Airport at 14 km Railway
Station -0.5 km and Bus Stand -1 km.
About the hotel
The Rajputana Palace Sheraton, Jaipur is included in the famous Golden
Triangle circuit and completes the welcome circuit being the most popular
tourist destinations. Jaipur, popularly known as the "Pink City"
is adorned with brilliant colors & exotic monuments. Designed along the
lines of the traditional Havelis with its own definition of space &
splendor. The palace contains all the modern amenities providing efficient
The Welcome group Rajputana Palace Sheraton has 216 rooms to offer,
including 17 suites. The Palace has 70 Executive Club rooms, a unique
concept in accommodation, pioneering a tradition in corporate hospitality
and setting a premium on discreet efficiency and business-related services.
Restaurants and Bars
The Rajputana Palace Sheraton serves the finest in Indian and International
- Chandravanshi Pavilion- Open 24 hrs, this is a charming restaurant
- Peshawari-Taste the authentic flavors of the North West Frontier in
barbecued specialties and baked Indian breads prepared at the
restaurant's display kitchen.
- Jal Mahal-A splendid venue for Indian, Continental, Chinese and
Rajasthani delicacies in a delectable buffet spread.
- Sheesh Mahal-Christened as the "Palace of Mirrors", this
is indeed the finest bar in town, off the lobby and overlooking the Jai
Singh Bagh courtyard.
The hotel provide amenities like Baby sitting/Child Services, Bar/Lounge ,
Barber/Beauty Shop, Business Center , 24 Hour Front Desk and meeting room.
The Palace of Winds, as it is called, was built by Sawai Pratap Singh in
the 18th Century. It presents a unique and fascinating façade with
five storeys and latticed windows.
Govind Devji Temple.
The city palace complex also includes the temple of Govind Devji. This is a
temple of the Hindu Gold Lord Krishna and attracts hoards of people.
Also known as the Albert Hall, this complex structure stands on a plinth in
the middle of the Ram Niwas Garden.