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Reviewed May 8, 2013

This palace is the height of luxury and service. From our entry by 1920s American limousine to our farewell with a picture souvenir or our experience, this was something special. I have travelled to more than 30 countries in the world, and I would certainly rate this as the best hotel that I have ever stayed in. Tip: You must take the guided tour of the hotel to become immersed in the rich history and culture of this palace.

Room Tip: I am sure that they are all excellent
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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ShreeLathaSajeev, Manager at Rambagh Palace, responded to this reviewResponded May 8, 2013

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your very kind and thoughtful feedback.

Comments such as these always encourage us in enhancing our efforts to provide the best in hospitality and service.

It was indeed a pleasure having you at the Rambagh Palace and we look forward to welcoming you again.

Kindest regards,

Somnath Mukherjee
General Manager

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Reviewed May 7, 2013

As I write I smile, we had an awesome experience, the hotel and its grounds is so beautiful and well kept!!! We had a great holiday from the time we set foot on the grounds of this magnificiant "TAJ" property!!!!
The traditional folk dances in the evening are a spectacular sight, specially for my NRI kids....they were just so proud of their roots and culture! No words....Just WOW TAJ!!!

Room Tip: You want to feel like a king/Queen for a few days ....go for it!!!!!
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Thank SHIbbuu
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ShreeLathaSajeev, Manager at Rambagh Palace, responded to this reviewResponded May 8, 2013

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your very kind and thoughtful feedback.

Comments such as these always encourage us in enhancing our efforts to provide the best in hospitality and service.

It was indeed a pleasure having you at the Rambagh Palace and we look forward to welcoming you again.

Kindest regards,

Somnath Mukherjee
General Manager

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Reviewed May 3, 2013

Taj Rambagh Palace in Jaipur was a former hunting lodge of a maharaja. It is truly a palace. Just as you pass the entrance there is a track of a railroad with a locomotive and three coach cars that servers now as a restaurant. The locomotive is in perfect condition with all the brass of the levers polished as if ready to go.
The palace is laid in a beautiful park and the former entrance is by a red clay track as the dignitaries and guests arrived in horse drawn carriages. Nowadays they use the side of the palace as the grand entrance. You can still take an elegant horse drawn carriage and tour the gardens of the hotel – free. Well, free is a figure of speech. The rooms in the hotel can fetch in the four digits US dollars per night. The palace is rectangular, build on two main levels. There are wings with suits above that. The hallway on the second level is spectacular: black and white or gold and white marble on the floor and intricately ornate marble columns. The interior court looked equally spectacular in the night and in the day.
Our room was elegant and my wife thought that it was exceptional. That may be so if you like an antique décor. But if you like contemporary this was no match for a Trump suite in Chicago. For one thing when the lounge was build, alas, the architect did not need any laptop or iPad so there is essentially only one usable plug in the entire suite. Then the air conditioning had no heating capabilities so if you wanted to get warm you had to turn it off and if that was not enough – ask for a heater (which we did). Rather strange, when you take you card key form the slots that shuts off the power in your room, the system defaults to air conditioning going on not to off. We had to get another card and leave in the room so we would not return into a refrigerator.
The dinner was another story. A palace – we were told – does not have a buffet. Okay, point taken. Furthermore, the dinner had to be served in a royal manner, meaning that it is a memorable event, meaning that serving takes forever. It seems that all my life I had the wrong impression about the feast of a king: the menu selection and the size of the portion were a perfect match for what you get on a plane. But the food is not really why you should be here.
In the evening, in garden of the restaurant there were a couple of sitar players discretely plucking their strings. They even had a palmistry reader. We witness a reception for a private party that included guards with torches, beautiful Indian girls dressed in saris dancing, elephants covered with hardness in bright colors not to mention that the invitees arrived in classic Bentleys. Need I say more? Just pack and go there.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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ShreeLathaSajeev, Manager at Rambagh Palace, responded to this reviewResponded May 6, 2013

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your feedback.

I am very grateful for your note complimenting the services and facilities of our hotel. Positive feedback from our guests is always a strong motivation to all of us to continuously provide a high level of services to our guests.

Thank you once again and I look forward to welcoming you back at Rambagh Palace in the near future.

Kindest regards,


Somnath Mukherjee
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Reviewed May 3, 2013

Amazing and an awesome dream. Staff and service were excellent. The buildings, rooms and atmosphere were inspiring. One of the best hotels in the world and I have stayed in a few all over the world. The life and times of the Maharajas are worth a look.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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ShreeLathaSajeev, Manager at Rambagh Palace, responded to this reviewResponded May 6, 2013

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your very kind and thoughtful feedback.

Comments such as these always encourage us in enhancing our efforts to provide the best in hospitality and service.

It was indeed a pleasure having you at the Rambagh Palace and we look forward to welcoming you again.

Kindest regards,

Somnath Mukherjee
General Manager

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Reviewed May 2, 2013

Taj Rambagh Palace in Jaipur, India is one of the more impressive properties I've stayed. From the formally uniformed attendant greeting us at the portico, to the shower of rosé petals we encountered as we entered the lobby...this place is truly special. The lobby was exquisite, the rooms were spectacular and our overall impression was among the best we encountered throughout our entire trip. We've stayed at wonderful hotel and resort properties around the world, but the Taj Rambagh Palace in Jaipur made a lasting impression!

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Bill A
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ShreeLathaSajeev, Manager at Rambagh Palace, responded to this reviewResponded May 6, 2013

Dear Sir,

Thank you for sparing your valuable time to share your feedback on your recent stay at Rambagh Palace.

I am pleased to note that our services and facilities were to your satisfaction. Your positive feedback about the hotel is deeply appreciated and have been communicated to all the members of our team.

I thank you for your valuable comments and look forward to the pleasure of your continued visits and assure you of the best in service and hospitality.

Kindest regards,


Somnath Mukherjee
General Manager

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