The hotel doesn't disappoints you with anything. Visiting Jaipur means booking my room only at Pearl Palace and the property has never disappointed me. As I had an important business visit and was also worried about the safety issues, but the staff took care of everything with the same warmth and comfort. Thank you guys for everything!
I had visited Jaipur with friends during the first week of February. It was a lovely stay and we had a wonderful time at the hotel. The staff was really friendly and provided excellent service. The food was to die for, the hosts (the Singh family) were one of the kindest people and the entire experience was truly special for me and my friends. Would definitely recommend it to everyone.
We've been staying here for years and as always the stay was very pleasant with friendly staff and a great restaurant. Rooms are clean, staff are always great. I would recommend Pearl Palace to one and all.
I have been staying at Pearl Palace for many years and my only complaint is that it has become so popular that you must book weeks in advance and the restaurant is full every evening. Having said that though , the food and service is exceptional. I love the design of the place and always try to book into one of the character rooms. They have a lovely boutique and gift store as well. I love this place and respect Me and Mrs Singh for their taste and high standards.
We stayed three nights at Hotel Pearl Palace, and really enjoyed our stay. The price is wonderful for the nice room, great on-site restaurant and shops, and safe/fairly convenient location.The rooms are nicely decorated in an old India styling. Each room is different. Ours on the 3rd floor was nicely done. Note: there is no elevator/lift, but the hotel staff will help you going upstairs with your bags. There's no water in your room (you have to buy it at the restaurant on the roof) and no safe. Otherwise, everything else is provided. You'll be surprised at the modest price for a solid 3 star hotel. Wile we didn't find much to walk to in this neighborhood, there are 3 banks with ATMs within 5 minutes of the hotel and a chocolate shop with a nice sitting room for tea. There are also several rooftop restaurants within 2 blocks, but the one on the roof of this hotel, The Peacock, was fantastic so we did our evening meals there. Great venue with live music at dinner. And it was an easy Uber ride to everywhere we wanted to go (usually for less than 100 rupees ($1.50 USD). There are taxis and tuktuks outside if you want to try your bargaining skills, but we found Uber to be a much less-stressful alternative to haggling with drivers in India. A surprising plus at this hotel is the gift shop on the main floor--small but full of curated gifts at very reasonable prices. We found that most of the things we saw in the markets in old Jaipur weren't the kind of items that would match the average Western home, but this gift shop was full of things that you'll want to take home. We bought earrings and hand-crafted brass bowls for family members, plus some pottery, tea, and spices at really low prices. There's a second shop on the 3rd floor that sells mostly nice clothing items--got a scarf for the mother-in-law. And there's a jewelry store on the top level, where my spouse bought a bracelet. Felt a little bad about shopping so much in shops within the hotel, but they were better than what we saw in old town--and there was NO pressure, unlike most retail places we ran across in the Golden Triangle.I would definitely stay in this hotel again.…