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lebua lodge at Amer,Jaipur, Jaipur

It was rude for them to call at 11:40 and ask for Check out even though the check out time is 12:00. The property in itself is beautifully made and the place is good to relax. A nice getaway for weekend.


Couple Traveller

Trident Jaipur, Jaipur

Location is good but hotel building, taps, less light in room, powerpoints are few not next to your bed, no headrest in bed, few lake view rooms are obstructed because of trees, below average quilt and mattress, limited stock at the buffet but staff is nice and hospitality is A1, but hotel definitely needs renovation.


Couple Traveller

FabHotel Castle Lalpura MI Road, Jaipur
Hotel Bella Casa Jaipur, Jaipur

I would like to bring your notice that, I observed some lack of caring on cleaning it might be due to overlook. Except one remaining everything is awesome and I enjoyed a lot. I would like to give small suggestion regarding facilities its better provide minimum facilities like Wi-Fi as a free of cost and so many small hotels are providing with free Wi-Fi provision and same way PICKUP and DROP facilities from Airport.


Solo Traveller

Park Inn - A Sarovar Hotel, Jaipur

Location, Cleanliness is the best part of this hotel. I had my daughter'd birthday so I ordered cake from their bakery. They didn't have much option and the chocolate cake we ordered wasn't good on taste. Their breakfast menu is huge. However, nothing tasted good. South indian and muffins were tasteless.


Family Traveller

Hotel Paradise - Sikar Road, Jaipur

I booked this hotel for 1 night stay. It was a good decision as far as cost effectiveness is confirmed. Everything about the hotel is good apart from 2 things that need attention. 1. There is no travel desk. 2. Options in the buffet were very little.


Group Traveller

Lemon Tree Premier, Jaipur, Jaipur

The name as it suggests, as soon you enter the lobby of hotel, you get the signature aroma of Lemon around. The ambience and light arrangement is quite awesome. The food is excellent. We had our dinner all the way at hotel only. Courtesy of staff is Geneon. Only we wished to have a Bath tub in the room, otherwise room gesture is good.


Couple Traveller

Jaipur Marriott Hotel, Jaipur

Initial hiccups regarding readiness of the room while check-in. Other than that the stay was comfortable and the food was excellent. Centrally located, it is convenient for shopping in the nearby malls.


Couple Traveller

Four Points By Sheraton Jaipur, Jaipur

Great stay, nice hotel, Staff is good and Food is good. The location of hotel is excellent, all important plcaes of Jaipur is nearby to Hotel. Staff at reception also very professional and himble as well.


Solo Traveller

Shakun Hotels and Resorts, Jaipur

Overall it is good as a stay. But if you comparing with other hotels of same class it is little less facility and little service issue. Break fast is good enough. In Parking may be in night during parking some body change the speaker setting and Driver seat setting.


Family Traveller

Park Regis Jaipur, Jaipur

Very nice. Rooms and service. Staff was very friendly .. Rooms were well maintained and overall .. O wikk recommend this place. Was value for money. And at a reasonable price I was upgraded to superior suite


Group Traveller

Hyphen Ujjwal Premier, Jaipur

Hotel is 3 star property but stay and other facilities is 4 star this category hotel is this hotel is good is ausem staff behaviour is good overall experience is up to the mark this hotel is value for money.


Solo Traveller

Sarovar Portico Jaipur, Jaipur

It's a nice hotel with great hospitality. They serve delicious food and staff is very good. Sarovar group of hotels will always be up to your expectations. Especially, this one is perfect. I had a family function which was organised very well too. Everything will be taken care of.


Solo Traveller

FabHotel Epic C Scheme, Jaipur

Rooms are quite spacious with antique furniture. Rooms are clean with all basic amenities. Bathrooms are big but not up to marks, towels are in very filthy condition. We arrived at late night and staff is cooperative. Overall a good night stay facility.


Group Traveller

Fortune Select Metropolitan, Jaipur

I have always been staying at this hotel whenever I visit Jaipur. Staff is friendly and polite and very helpful. Food is good and breakfast has a good variety. Rooms are spacious. Will for sure look forward to stay in my future visits to Jaipur.


Solo Traveller

About Jaipur Hotels Booking

Hotels in Jaipur are a great amalgamation of royalty, luxury and modernity. The architecture of some of these Jaipur hotels, which used to be palaces in the past, is worth admiring. To get a detailed Jaipur hotels list, take assistance from Using this list, choose from the best Jaipur hotels for a comfortable stay during your tour to this city.

These properties can be easily reached from the international airport and railway station in the city. Since this place receives hordes of travellers across the year, you should make your bookings in advance to avoid any last-minute hassles. In case you wish to combine both your accommodation and tour costs, then a great option for you could be to choose Jaipur hotels packages. By doing so, you get a chance to enjoy the best of Jaipur tourism and at the same time, stay at a wonderful accommodation.

Budget Hotels in Jaipur

Sitapura, Jawahar Circle, Ambari, Ajmer Road, Ridhi Sidhi Circle, JLN Marg and Tonk Road are some areas where budget hotels in Jaipur are located. These properties may not have all the facilities on offer by plush hotels, but they offer enough comforts to make the stay of their guests truly memorable. Reaching these cheap hotels in Jaipur is not an issue, due to the local transportation system. Thus, if you have budget constraints, then these lowest price hotels in Jaipur are ideal for you.

Jaipur Hotels by Star Rating

There are plenty of luxury hotels in Jaipur that can be found in areas like Sardar Patel Marg, Civil Lines, Agra Jaipur Road, Tonk Road and Hawa Sadak. These 5 star hotels in Jaipur offer a range of leisure and business services for the convenience of guests.

Since these areas lie in proximity to the popular leisure and business hubs of the city, these 5 or 4 star hotels are a favourite among travellers. If you do not wish to spend too much on accommodation, while not compromising comforts, then 3 star hotels in Jaipur should be your choice.

Popular Areas/Attractions in Jaipur

Jaipur, once a stronghold of the Rajputs, is home to numerous breathtaking attractions that charm one and all. Some of these places of interest that are worth exploring are:
  • ● City Palace
  • ● Jal Mahal
  • ● Hawa Mahal
  • ● Rambagh Palace
  • ● Amer Fort
  • ● Jantar Mantar
  • ● Albert Hall Museum

When you come to this amazing city, shopping is one thing that you should definitely indulge in. Some of the popular shopping destinations here are Badi Chaupar, Nehru Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Johri Bazaar and Chaura Rasta.

Jaipur Hotels Tariff

Jaipur hotel rates differ depending on the facilities on offer, star rating, location, and peak or off-season. On, get a comprehensive list of Jaipur hotel tariff rates, which range between INR 400 to INR 60000 per room for a night. Besides checking the tariff rates, avail the various hotel deals on offer on the website.

Frequently Asked Questions

Things to do in Jaipur

  • ● Forts and Palaces of Jaipur: Hilltop forts, regal palaces, vibrant bazaars, bright turbans, camel carts, heritage hotels, bandhini sarees, pyaaz kachoris, and true blue Rajasthani hospitality. Such is the charm of the Pink City, Jaipur. It has various Forts and Palaces like Amber (or Amer) Fort, Jaigarh Fort , Nahargarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace etc.

  • ● Chokhi Dhani: The Chokhi Dhani Village Resort is a place where the old and the young alike can have fun! The resort has a rustic rural setting and takes you into the world of Rajputs.

  • ● Elephant Festival: Come to Jaipur at the time of Holi (in March) and witness the most loved sport in a most unique setup- Elephant Polo! Watch elephants bedecked and embellished with garlands and ornaments. Some of them are also painted with vibrant colors. The best-looking elephant is awarded.

  • ● Albert Hall museum: One of the oldest museums in Jaipur, it is also known as Government Central Museum and was built by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II in 1868. Boasting of the Indo-Saracenic architecture, the design of the museum is quiet similar to the Victoria and Albert museum in London.

  • ● Jawahar Kala Kendra: Founded in 1983, Jawahar Kala Kendra is a cultural centre where both classical and folk art forms come together and put up a spectacular show celebrating Jaipur heritage.

When to visit Jaipur

October to March: There are cool breezes along with moderate sunlight in the month of October making it suitable for visitors to go for sightseeing during the day. Winter season in Jaipur begins in the month of November and ends in the month of February. Evenings are generally cold in this season and sometimes the night temperature can drop down till 4 degree Celsius. This can be an ideal time for tourists to go for shopping and other tourist activities even in the afternoon.

What to Pack for Jaipur

  • ● Lightweight cotton clothing for the summer as temperatures can peak beyond 40C.

  • ● Essentials like a good pair of walking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses, a sunhat and mosquito repellent.

  • ● A jacket for winter nights as temperatures can dip to 4C.

Things to Eat in Jaipur

  • ● Ghewar: A favourite with locals and tourists, ghewar is a traditional Rajasthani sweet that is circular in shape. It’s deep fried and laden with pistachios and almonds. LMB in Johari Bazaar is an acclaimed eatery to sample this delicacy.

  • ● Kachori: Kachori is a fried snack that can either be sweet or savoury. When in Jaipur, pick up your box of the famous pyaaz kachori from Rawat ki Kachori and enjoy it with a hot cup of tea!

  • ● Daal Baati: A popular dish of Rajasthan, daal baati is daal served with hard wheat rolls (baati). Seasoned with ghee and served hot, most local eateries in Jaipur have it on their menu.

  • ● Lal Maas: Literally translated as ‘red meat’, lal maas is a lamb dish that dates back to royal times. Doused in spices, yogurt and chillies, the flavour of the gravy is heightened by it being cooked on a slow fire for many hours.

Forts in Jaipur

  • ● Amber Fort : Amber Fort is the iconic attraction of Jaipur and a must on your itinerary. Suraj Pole, the sun facing royal entrance to the fort, is one of the classic blends of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Marvels like Ganesh Pol, Sila Devi Temple, Sheesh Mahal, Magic Flower Fresco and Man Singh Palace await you in the interiors of Amber Fort.

  • ● Jaigarh Fort: Jaigarh Fort, which once held the royal treasury and acted as the defence system of Amber, is today a marvellous archetype of walls, watchtowers and bastions. You will be awed by the sight of Jaivan, the largest moving canon in Asia, which was thankfully fired only once.

  • ● Nahargarh Fort: Also called the Tiger Fort, Nahargarh Fort is a cryptic fortress that was used as summer residence by royalty. The most splendid aspect of Nahargarh is the view of the city from the top, especially in the evenings.

  • ● Hawa Mahal: The Palace of the Winds, or Hawa Mahal, was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh for royal women to view the busy streets of Johari Bazaar, while staying veiled behind the jharokhas.

  • ● Jal Mahal: Literally meaning as ‘Water Palace’, Jal Mahal is located amidst the Man Sagar Lake and was constructed by Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799. The beauty of the palace lies in its location as the palace cum hotel is standing in the centre of the lake.