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Pearl Palace Heritage - The Boutique Guesthouse
Ranked #2 of 393 Hotels in Jaipur
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Reviewed August 25, 2012

The Pearl Palace Heritage Hotel is located in a fairly quiet and residential neighborhood in Jaipur, outside of the Pink City but quite close to the train station. Based on other good reviews and our guidebook, I booked 2 nights at Pearl Palace Heritage for myself and my fiancé while on a tour of Rajasthan. At 2000 INR per night for a Luxury Room with a/c, hot water, attached bath, flat screen tv, and free wifi, it was a steal!

The hotel is unbelievably beautiful. The proprietor, Mr. Singh, has obviously put a great deal into making the hotel and each room very special. The lobby is detailed with beautiful handpainted artwork as well as portraits of kings and rajas, and even a young Queen Elizabeth. The second floor had hand-carved stone work on the walls featuring dancing Ganeshas and more. Our room was palatial – huge and beautifully decorated with large paintings, mirror walls almost like mermaid scales, and a lovely lighting scheme. Called “Nilambar” the room had both blue and amber lights, and our host, Rajkumar, proudly informed us that if we wanted to change the “theme” of the room, we merely had to flip a switch. The bathroom was positively enormous, and tiled beautifully in blue and teal, with Persian-flame arches over the glassed-in rain shower, toilet, and mirrored closet. Huge mirror over the silver & marble sink, and again, multiple blue and amber lights in the bathroom.

The room also had a PC with internet, a/c, free wifi, a flat-screen tv with tons of channels, windows, and a safe. We did a week’s worth of laundry through the hotel laundry service and it came to 450 INR for two people – they also did quite a good job with the clothes, even our Under Armour heat gear.

I was extremely ill already when we arrived in Jaipur, and this was a great hotel to lay low and relax in the room while watching tv and trying to get better. There is no restaurant on site, but you can order room service (it takes about 30-40 minutes and comes from the restaurant on the sister hotel property). The Western food we ordered – corn flakes, plain toast, etc. – was all pretty terrible and stale/soggy, so I’d avoid that. But the Indian food was good – recommend the aloo paratha – and very reasonably priced (a half tandoori chicken was 180 INR). They also have tons of bottled water, etc. downstairs and it’s very easily accessible. There were a few touches missing that make this place less-than-luxury: my bath towel had a large hole in it, you should call down and tell the reception at least 5-10 minutes before you want an excellent hot shower, and they are still doing some construction work on the upper floors so it can be a bit noisy if you’re in bed in the afternoon as I was. But considering that the room rate was only 2000 INR, all is forgiven!

Overall, I’d give the place a thumbs up! Since I didn’t get to see much of Jaipur, I know we’ll be back, and will definitely stay here.

Room Tip: The Nilamber room is beautifully decorated and inspired by a romantic palace boudoir. Palatial bathr...
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  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 24, 2012

A luxurious hotel, amazing rooms with free wifi, computers in rooms, huge flat screen tv's! Better than a 5* Chain anyway. Excellent service and easy to get to the renowned peacock rooftop restaurant at the original Pearl palace. Will not disappoint!

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Reviewed August 21, 2012

We stayed at Pearl palace heritage boutique guest house in Aug 2012. Our suite was Nilamber and true to its name it was tastefully done in blue and white with paisley theme. The attached bath was large, well planned and comfortable. The hotel doesn't have its own restaurant but if we place an order for b/f or dinner, it is made available from their sister hotel which has the famous "Peacock", rooftop restaurant(though it does take time).I would recommend that one should visit the restaurant once, the service is slow but everything is prepared fresh and one can enjoy the view of beautiful Hathroi fort. They do provide complimentary transport in case you want to visit the restaurant personally. The hotel staff in both the hotels are very helpful, courteous and warm. The owner Mr Singh is very warm and personally speaks with the guests to ensure the comfort of the guests. Also, in case you plan to shop in Jaipur please do not be mislead by auto, taxi and rickshaw drivers about going to factory outlets and places like maharani market etc. They are truly wastage of time. The best place to shop is Bapu bazar and Johari Bazar for clothes, bandhej, bedsheets etc. The drivers do not take the tourists to these markets as they do not get any commision from the shopkeepers here. But you will get the best quality at best price here and please do bargain. One more thing, the true Jaipuri Rajai is mae with cotton and not with Merino wool ,you'll understand why I have written this once u go to shop where drivers take you.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 20, 2012

I picked this hotel based from the reviews on this website and the Lonely Planet but I didn't expect it to be so beautiful. Everything is gorgeous: the furniture, the decoration, the fabrics. The room was spacious with a delightful corner for the computer and an amazing bathroom. You have to go and see it for yourself. I am sure that, like me, you'll go 'WOW' when entering the room.

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled solo
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

We visited Jaipur over Christmas. We stayed at the Pearl Palace hotel where we celebrated a Christmas party with the owners their family and friends. It was wonderful. The staff and family were very warm and inviting and the hotel is charming. After that stay we returned to the Pearl Palace Heritage for a few days. The hotel is absolutely beautiful and luxurious but is incomplete so we had to use the restaurant at the pearl palace hotel. I would not stay any where else the attention to detail at the Heritage is amazing it is true value for money. You feel like a queen. Worth the slight inconvenience of no on-site food. They will however bring take out to yr room if requested. A true gem.

  • Stayed: December 2011
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Reviewed August 15, 2012

This hotel is truly lovely. The staff are welcoming and very friendly.
The location is really good, close to the main street, but still set in a peaceful area. The room that we stayed in was so nice. The bathroom was equally nice with a great shower. The blue room as we called it was so spacious and clean.
The PC in the room was very handy too.
We ate in the sister hotel - Pearl Palace, it was really good value and seemed like a fun place to hang out in. They had lovely refreshing mist spraying throughout dinner, a welcome relief from the humid conditions in July!
A lovely touch was when we were leaving the restaurant to return to the hotel, the hotel sent a staff member to walk us back which we really appreciated:)
For the main part we were delighted with this place and would recommend it to anyone.
The only negative - The driver Salim who collected us at the train station tried to push us into a guide for the next day despite us saying no. This was unfortunate but a firm refusal worked for us.

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  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed July 28, 2012

We picked this hotel based on the recommendations in the Rough Guide and also from the reviews here. We stayed in the Blue Room (apologies, cannot remember the Hindi name), and we were taken aback by it's beauty. The room was so clean, so big, even with the extra bed and had the great advantage of having the PC in the room.

The only negative was that our door wouldn't shut properly due to the wood swelling in the monsoon season. We informed reception and they tried their hardest to shut it, but to no avail. They said a carpenter would come the next day to fix it, but unfortunately this never happened. It wasnt too bad when we were in the room, as we used a bicycle lock to lock us in, but when we were away from the room, there was always a little give in the door, that someone could peep in or fit their hands through. Just didn't provide the 100% secure feeling we would have liked. Ive no doubt the management will have fixed it by now, but nevertheless, I can regretfully only award a Very Good rating. It's probably a Very Good and a half to be honest.

We ate in the sister restaurant, and that hotel looks like great fun too, so if your budget can't stretch to this one, do consider the original Pearl Palace!

We were collected from the station by Salim. While I have read on here that he is an excellent guide, we felt he was just too pushy for us and it took quite a lot of time for is to convince him we didn't need his services. Just use a stern no, if you find yourself in this situation. It was rather intimidating for three girls who arrived late at night.

Stayed: July 2012, traveled with friends
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Address: 54 Pearl Palace Heritage - The Boutique Guesthouse Ajmer Road Lane 2, Jaipur 302006, India
Location: India > Rajasthan > Jaipur District > Jaipur
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Business Center with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Suites
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#36 Best Value Hotel in Jaipur
Price Range: $35 - $68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 10
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Pearl Palace Heritage Boutique Hotel is a unique way to experience "Jaipur" the gateway to Rajasthan , one of India's most vibrant and exotic destinations. Our luxury heritage boutique hotel has rooms having their own distinctive character, it revives the gracious lifestyles of India's legendary Rajput princes along with various art forms of India . This Heritage boutique hotel combines classic heritage with contemporary elegance . The hotel lays emphasis on quality and understated elegance. From leisure trips to business stays, our personalized services offer you unmatched charisma and world-class hospitality. For your next trip to the pink city, book your stay at the top boutique hotel in Jaipur. ... more   less 
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