Hotels in Jaipur
(1147 Hotels in Jaipur)
Recently Booked Hotels in Jaipur
Will like to stay again, food was good, staff is nice, near to city, enjoyed my stay. It is a value for money hotel. It has small shopping area where women can find lot of things l ...
Near Jaipur railway station, Palace Road, Gopalbari, Jaipur
Last booked at 8(hrs) ago
It was a nice and comfortable stay. I enjoyed my stay in Hotel Abhay Haveli. Staff was very friendly and helping. I would love to stay in this hotel every time I visit the Jaipur. ...
4/221-A, Chitrkoot, Vaishali Nager, , Jaipur
Last booked at 1(hrs) ago
Hotel has overall OK experience. Rooms were big. But facilities were not up to the mark. Food in restraurant was pathetic and breakfast was served cold. No proper services in hotel ...
5-6, Shree Gopal Nagar, Gopalpura By Pass,, Shree Gopal Nagar, Gopalpura By Pass, Jaipur
Last booked at 8(hrs) ago
Recently Reviewed Hotels in Jaipur
Clark's Amer is situated in the Pink City of Jaipur. It is an earmark property that offers splendid comfort to its guests. It proffers guests a pleasurable and comfortable home away from home with modern style hospitality. Foodies are in for a ga ...
U.P. Hotels Limited, Near Jawahar Circle, Opp. Fortis Hospital, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Jaipur
Located on Jaisingh Highway, Park Inn offers conference room, restaurant and bar. It's just 3.5 km from Hawa Mahal and 9.7 km from Jal Mahal. Park Inn, situated close to the railway station, is a 4 star property that offers best-in-class amenities a ...
Opposite Crystal Mall, Near Khasa Khoti Circle/MI Road/City Centre, Jaipur Railway Station, Jaipur
Situated in Jaipur, Hotel Maya International is an ideal blend of comfort and the right ambience for the guests to unwind. A coffer of thoughtful facilities are offered at the property, promising a remarkable stay to its guests. The property features ...
A-1, Jai Singh Highway, Bani Park, Jaipur
1147 Hotels Found in Jaipur
I stayed here as a couple. A good hotel to stay here. All the staff and their behaviour was good. Room, toilet and everything was good. Location is good. In the centre of the city. I liked the food of here. In short, hotel and their hospitality is good here.
Pranav Kumar | Mon, Nov 28, 2016
We had a comfortable stay at the hotel. Though we did not experience a warm welcome. We for the first time walked into a hotel with our own luggage in our hands. But the staff was equally courteous to accept the mistake and rectify. Its a central location a overall a good hotel.
Balkishan Saboo | Thu, Dec 1, 2016
Location is great and so the food is. A nice place especially for business travellers and families as all the markets and business hubs are nearby. This Hotel is also very popular among locals for quality food. The only problem is the parking area but anyhow they are managing it.
Tanya | Sun, Nov 13, 2016
Hotel ambiance and rooms were really superb, equipped with all the amenities. Staff over there was very helpful, caring and always smiling. Check-in and check-out was very smooth. I have stayed with many good hotels but staff of this Marriott was super excellent. Buffet breakfast was also very nice with plethora of items in menu. All in all super experience. Anyone visiting Jaipur must try Jaipur Marriott.
Aarti Kapoor | Mon, Nov 14, 2016
It was a wonderful experience living in this hotel. We were there to celebrate our anniversary and the hotel staff including the chefs made our stay really memorable. They prepared special Dal bati for us, along with a cake and special paneer for my daughter as she couldn't eat the spicy food. It was the best stay ever.
Kapil Gandhi | Mon, Sep 12, 2016
I am a regular visitor to Jaipur. I spend 20 days every month in Jaipur and prefer to stay in hotel rather than taking any apartment on monthly rental basis to avoid all hassles of housekeeping, cooking etc. I stayed in this hotel and I liked the hotel very much as I spend most of my time outside. Nice staff, easily approachable, although I prefer eating outside but I tried food few times and it was good.
Jaswant Singh Rana | Mon, Dec 5, 2016
I had visited Jaipur two days back with my bestie. So, I felt great with the stay and their approach and food too. Nice staff, easily approachable. The hotel located in very easily accessible area. Neat, clean room and area also. Thank you makemytrip and hotel holiday home.
Thirumal Mani | Mon, Dec 5, 2016
For me the only thing that went in favour of the hotel is it's location. Apart from that everything was average or below average. To start with we reached the hotel around 1:45 pm. We had booked two rooms. The check in time is 12 pm still we had to wait for 30 mins before we even got our first room. Staff said we can settle ourselves in one room and in the meantime they will provide us another room. After having called them consistently we're given second room after 2 hours. Rooms were alright nothing fancy about it. Rest of the stay was average. It seems like the staff was too seasoned or professional so they never tried to connect with their guests. They were just doing their job. But there were instances like we asked for newspaper which was committed but never delivered to the room. Personally I won't recommend this hotel to anyone if there are other options to choose from.
Tulip Agarwal | Mon, Dec 5, 2016
Apart from the far away location this hotel has all the facilities for a cosy indoors holiday. The facilities are functional. Food is very good. Service is excellent but we felt the staff was very less when we visited so most of the time the reception was unattended and one had to look for staff to give instructions. However all staff was very courteous and very helpful.
Vinay Nadkarni | Sat, Sep 24, 2016
Me and my wife thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Country Inn (Jaipur). Special thanks to Mr. Manoj (In-charge at the Front Desk) who upgraded our room with no extra tariff to have a better window view and comfort. Food was awesome and mainly the Aloo Parathas we had in the breakfast.
Varun Sachdeva | Mon, Dec 5, 2016
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Jaipur Hotels - Information
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.
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.
Budget Hotels in Jaipur
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.
Jaipur Hotels by Star Rating
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.
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:
Popular Areas/Attractions in Jaipur
- ● 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 hotel rates differ depending on the facilities on offer, star rating, location, and peak or off-season. On MakeMyTrip.com, 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.
Jaipur Hotels Tariff 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.
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.
When to visit Jaipur 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.