Hotel Rajvilas Jaipur (Luxury Hotel of India)
Rajvilas Luxury Hotel in Jaipur
Set in a princely oasis of thirty-two acres of beautiful gardens, pools and exotic fountains right in the heart of Rajasthan, The Oberoi Rajvilas must be the perfect way to experience the palatial treasures of Jaipur.
Thirty minutes by car from Jaipur Airport and just 8 kilometres from the famous 'Pink City', Rajvilas is a palace in itself with decorated arches, colonnades, pillars, heavenly reflective pools, cool beautiful interiors and tented ceilings hung with silk.
At Rajvilas one can relive the gracious lifestyle of India's legendary Princes in incomparably elegant surroundings, and yet enjoy all the modern comforts of the 21st century and the very best of Western and Oriental therapies in the fabulous spa.
Superb attention to detail, warm, effortless service, the beauty of harmonious spaces and exquisite buildings all combine to produce a tranquil and romantic experience. Guests find that there is something magical about Rajvilas.
Staying at Rajvilas Luxury Hotel in Jaipur
All fifty-four deluxe rooms at Rajvilas open onto tranquil courtyards in a traditional Rajasthani setting. Each Deluxe room and villa features a regal teak four-poster bed and a sunken white Italian marble bathroom overlooking into its own private walled garden.
As one might expect, every conceivable modern comfort is provided - private bar, satellite TV and laser disc player, direct dial telephone, dataport and the same day laundry and dry cleaning, 24 hour in-room dining and butler services ensure that every need is catered for.
Fourteen fully air-conditioned luxury tents all boast teak furniture, Edwardian-style stand-alone baths and simple but sumptuous embroidered interior canopies.
Guests in the two 1 bedroom Pool Villas and the Royal Villa - which has two bedrooms and a private dining room - enjoy the privilege of their own private pool. The interiors in their simplicity, elegance and attention to detail, showcase all that is finest in modern and traditional Indian craftsmanship.
Treating your taste buds at Rajvilas Luxury Hotel in Jaipur
The exceptionally high standards of service that distinguish Oberoi Hotels and Resorts around the world are evident in the gourmet dining offered to guests at Rajvilas.
The Surya Mahal restaurant serves a menu of exceptional quality featuring the best of both International and Indian cuisine and fine wines.
To take full advantage of the romantic surroundings, guests may choose instead to dine under the stars in the Surya Mahal courtyard and be entertained, as the Rajput Princes were, by traditional performances of Indian music and dance against the backdrop of the Rajvilas Fort.
Some evenings, tired out by travel or lulled by a day's luxuriating in the Spa, guests may prefer to relax in their rooms for dinner. With 24 hour in-room dining and 24-hour butler service, this is always a fine alternative.
Spa and Fitness Facilities at Rajvilas Luxury Hotel in Jaipur
The Oberoi Spa by Banyan Tree is located in a restored Rajasthani mansion, part of which has been converted into four new spa suites and eight treatment rooms overlooking totally private lush, tropical gardens and offers the ultimate pampering experience to world-weary guests.
The Spa complex looks out over the Resort's main swimming pool, reflecting in its mirrored surface the white pillars and domed temples around it, encouraging reflection of a different kind, and relaxation.
Holistic treatments, using only the finest, purest ingredients based on Ayurvedic, Asian and Western therapies in the hands of expert practitioners who soothe and restore mind and body, preparing guests to face the world outside Rajvilas, both refreshed and renewed.
Meetings and Incentives at Rajvilas Luxury Hotel in Jaipur
Rajvilas is the ideal destination for corporate gatherings, planning sessions and board meetings. The hotel offers the latest in office automation, conference facilities and secretarial services in two dedicated meeting rooms (40x16x15) and a private dining room (30x20x15).
Meeting rooms 1 and 2 and the private dining room each seat 22 board-room style and up to 35 as an auditorium.
Conference seating can be arranged as a hollow square for strategy sessions, boardroom style for board meetings, or horseshoe for board meetings (best for Audiovisual presentations). Theatre seating, banquet dining and classroom style seating can also be arranged.
Rajvilas offers delegates every opportunity to relax and recharge after a productive working day either in the world class Spa with Ayurvedic massages and aromatherapy, in the gym, on the tennis courts or in the swimming pool.
JAIPUR-" The City of Victory", was first intended to be "Sawai Jaipur", named after the boy Prince who commissioned it - Maharaja Jai Singh II - a warrior, astronomer and politician who reigned over the Mughals from 1699 to 1743.
Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, a grand visionary and architect, helped Jai Singh II design and develop his vision of the city. The two began work during the second half of the Prince's reign in 1727. Concentrating on shaping his creative pursuits and passions, Jai Singh's ambition was to make Jaipur one of the greatest cities of his time. He was clearly successful. Within five years a walled city of unparalleled beauty was created.
Jaipur was built according to a plan, with the glittering City Palace in the centre. Spreading around, in tiers, were public buildings, residences of noblemen, and the living and trading quarters of merchants and artisans. At it's simplest; Jaipur is based on seven blocks of buildings, subdivided by straight, wide roads. All of it surrounded, as cities then were, by a high wall for defence into which were set seven gates.
Today's Jaipur is pink, visually described as the city shaded with the autumn colours of a sunset. Although originally the walls were render set and pigmented the colour of red sandstone, Jaipur's universal coat of pink only came in 1876 to coincide with the visit of the Prince of Wales (King Edward VII). Almost the entire city was given a coat of pink paint, thus giving it the name "The Pink City".
In her book, "A Princess Remembers", Maharani Gayatri Devi describes the city thus - ……..On a plain, encircled by brown desert hills with fortifications and walls snaking over their contours. The capital itself was the prettiest I had ever seen - an intricacy of domes and towers, lattices and verandas, with all the buildings coloured a deep oleander pink. In the wide well planned streets the women wore skirts, bodices and shawls instead of saris, and all the men wore gloriously coloured turbans - red, magenta, daffodil yellow and an indescribable pink that was both pale and piercing. It was an incredible effect, this pink against the background of the desert sky.
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