Taj Jai Mahal Palace

The exquisite Taj Jai Mahal Palace provides a taste of regal Rajasthani heritage, occupying a painstakingly restored royal residence in the heart of Jaipur.

Occupying a masterpiece of 18th century architecture, the exquisite Taj Jai Mahal Palace provides visitors with a taste of regal Rajasthani heritage and culture. Set amid 18 acres of immaculately groomed gardens, this painstakingly restored former royal residence is located in the heart of Jaipur, close to famous ‘Pink City’ landmarks such as the Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal and City Palace.

Accommodation is offered in 100 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites, tastefully furnished with antiques, original miniature paintings and of course, the most contemporary modern comforts. Some even have separate “sit out” areas, overlooking the lawns or swimming pool. The six magnificent suites are all individual in style, featuring elaborate fretwork or other beautiful details from the Rajput era.

Savour the finest flavours in the Taj Jai Mahal Palace’s two specialty restaurants, or sip a refreshing cocktail at the trendy bar. You can also arrange a romantic private meal at various lovely settings on the premises. For pampering fit for king or queen, head to the enormous day spa, where an array of indulgent treatments and therapies can be had.


How to get to Taj Jai Mahal Palace

Jaipur International Airport is 30 minutes from Jai Mahal Palace. If driving from New Delhi or Agra, distances are approximately 270km and 240km respectively.

Taj Jai Mahal Palace Highlights

  • Slip into the shoes of Rajasthani royalty at this former palace
  • Located in the heart of Jaipur, known as the ‘Pink City’
  • Luxurious accommodation appointed with exquisite antiques and period features
  • Diverse onsite dining options including a trendy bar
  • Easily access prime historic sites including the Amber Fort and Hawa Mahal

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Accommodation in Rajasthan and North India.

Below are a selection of our preferred hotels in Rajasthan and North India. Please contact us to tailor accommodation options to suit the style of your trip and your budget.

Crystal Sarovar Premiere

Crystal Sarovar Premiere in downtown Agra offers stylish, modern accommodation and a peaceful atmosphere, while being just 3km from the Taj Mahal.

Fateh Garh

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ITC Mughal

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Jawai Bandh

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Le Meridien

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Shahpura Bagh

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