ITC Rajputana, Jaipur
Palace Road, Near Jaipur Railway Junction Gopalbari, Jaipur
Ranked 14 amongst 1241 hotels in Jaipur
ITC Rajputana Reviews
One of the best stays we've had in recent times was at the ITC Rajputana. Bright, Vivid colours and the expansive layout complimented by the grace and grandeur of Indian royalty made for the perfect ambient setting for a quiet and relaxed weekend getaway. But what was really outstanding was the extremely helpful, courteous and friendly staff at the....Read More
Everything was excellent in the hotel. I had visited this hotel with my family for relaxation trip. The food and drinks were available in the hotel was good. The activities were not available in the hotel. The room provided by the hotel was neat and clean. All amenities were available in the room. I would not suggest anything to this hotel.
Top Reviews of ITC Rajputana
We visited Jaipur over the Independence Day long weekend and shortlisted the ITC Rajputana for two reasons - I'm a huge fan of ITC restaurants and hotel service (having previously stayed at ITC Sonar Bangla and visited ITC Maurya in Delhi) and secondly they were offering a fantastic package deal :-) The property is located in the heart of Jaipur,just a kilometer away from the railway station. The location can turn into a disadvantage though if you are travelling to Jaipur by car - the metro work taking place around the hotel's vicinity means huge traffic snarls and it can easily take an hour to reach the hotel from the city outskirts. The property itself is very beautiful and well maintained - the red brick exteriors, latticed "jaali' windows and luxurious marble blends in really well with the surrounding city architecture. I loved the numerous sit out areas strewn all over the property - especially the little bay windows all along the corridors. There is a small swimming pool, and a semi open bar next to it. My only surprise was the absence of grounds in the property - the only open common area is the pool area, and there are no gardens at all. Maybe I was comparing it with the luxurious grounds of the Sonar Bangla in Calcutta, but I was disappointed. The buffet breakfast had a tremendous amount of variety and was superb. Despite the hotel being packed to the gills, the hotel did not scrimp on the breakfast items and the staff was consistently polite. The hotel has the famous Peshawri restaurant - we didn't get a chance to try it ourselves but it seemed to attract a huge crowd. There are a couple of other restaurants and lounges and two bars - one by the poolside and the other in the hotel lobby. The rooms were nice and comfortable, but not very large or lavish, and housekeeping was impeccable. Our room faced the pool and since we were on a lower floor we had to keep our curtains drawn during the day - but it wasn't much of a problem since we were away during the day. Keep this in mind however if you plan to spend a lot of time in the room. The front office was also fantastic in patiently sharing helpful tips and printouts for site seeing, shopping and eating out. I especially liked the fact that the staff shared honest recommendations on restaurants close to the hotel (instead of pushing us to try their restaurants) and even helped with reservations! The hotel also has a small bookshop cum souvenir shop. Overall, we had a fantastic stay at The Rajputana and would love to stay there again.
The name itself describes the grandeur of this huge hotel which was once a castle for the rajputana kings. This hotel is worth visiting surely as the location, the service, specially the rooms are very romantic and you would surely fall in love. It offers amazing food which has the flavour of typical Rajasthani cuisine and what not. On the whole it was a brilliant hotel and I loved it very much.
During May I stayed for a week and really what a hotel, I mean one can't remain without appreciating it. Best thing about is the food that is being offered is par delicious, anyone would love it, whether you are hungry or not. The nearby location like- Raj Mandir cinema, Sindhi Camp station and one can easily get taxi or bus to anywhere quickly. Area where it is situated is also good. Rooms were quite comfortable and obviously things were quite the same as they were told before, I mean everything in working condition. Hotel staff were also supportive but sometimes they couldn't respond in time but that happens. But the the noise of vehicles is quite a issue little bit while sleeping if one is not used to it because vehicles run continuously out there. Distance from water source was also a issue little bit but instead of this everything was fine. It is quite reasonable to stay in this hotel again.
We were travelling to Jaipur with family. My brother was visiting us in Delhi from Canada, and wanted a short visit out of Delhi. We had visited Jaipur earlier and our stay at the ITC Rajputana had been great. And has improved every visit. This time it was of no expectation. We were given rooms facing the internal courtyard facing the pool. The rooms facing the pool are really pleasant and quite. The Hotel is right in the centre of the city but once inside it is amazingly quite.The pool is really amazing, you really have to keep yourself away from it and the Spa is even better. Coming back to the room, the bed was really comfortable, the bathroom was large with both a shower and a bathtub. The Road in the Peshawari are always perfect, the breakfast layout had every thing, we being vegetarian enjoyed every bit of it. The staff made sure we could not eat anything further. The staff was great as was the housekeeping, every thing was in place, we could not think of anything that was missing. I would certainly use the same hotel for my next visit to to Jaipur.
I stayed in arabian tents. Awesome view and excellent service by the hotel staff, food and breakfast was excellent. Adventurous space and breathtaking run rise point and everything thing was good by the hotel, property was clean. And good parking space and even adventurous.
ITC Rajputana Overview
Tour the Royal City Palace, HolidayIQ traveller Bhavuk Khandelwal shares ”If you want to know about the life of the ancient Indian Kings and how they used to live, this place is a must visit for you.” Head to Amber fort which is just
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