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Rajputana Palace Sheraton Hotel (5 Star Deluxe) - Jaipur

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Recreation/Health and fitness center

For leisure, the Rajputana Palace Sheraton has a swimming pool and a jogging track. It also has Kaalbelia, the discotheque. Spectrum, the home theatre may also be enjoyed.

There is Shatranj, the indoor games' room. The Playpen is a children's room/crèche. Marwari Bazaar is the shopping arcade, which offers the finest of Rajasthani wares. You could also avail of the health club and beauty parlor.

Basic Data

Country India
State Rajasthan
District Jaipur
City Jaipur
Location On the Palace Road, 14 kms. from Jaipur’s domestic airport, half a kilometer from the city centre.
Rooms Total 216 Rooms
Group The Welcomgroup of Hotels

City Information

A holiday at the Pink City of India, Jaipur is like a dream come true. The magnificent Mahals will do magic to you. There are several places of tourist interest in Jaipur.

The Palace of Winds, as it is called, was built by Sawai Pratap Singh in the 18th Century. It presents a unique and fascinating façade with five storeys and latticed windows. From these screened windows the ladies of the court could view the processions below.

The city palace complex also includes the temple of Govind Devji. This is a temple of the Hindu Gold Lord Krishna and attracts hoards of people. The temple was built in such a fashion that the King could see Lord Krishna from the Chandra Mahal, which is exactly opposite the temple. Gardens and palaces surround it.

Also known as the Albert Hall, this complex structure stands on a plinth in the middle of the Ram Niwas Garden. The Durbar Hall was built in 1887 and the museum was constructed by Jacob Swinton. It is a synthesis of Oriental and Victorian architecture. The Museum now exhibits a rare collection of arts and crafts.

Within the palace are Diwan-e-Aam - the Hall of Public Audience, Dewan-e-Khas the Hall of Private Audience and Sukh Niwas - the Pleasure Palace, where a cool breeze blows across channels of water for the purpose of air-conditioning. Then there are the private chambers of the Queens, with latticed windows so that the ladies could watch the proceedings of the royal court in privacy. And of course, Jai Mandir - the Temple of Victory with its famed Sheesh Mahal - the scintillating hall of Mirrors.

You can enter the city palace complex from either the Sirehdeori Gate or the Atish Gate. Within its walls are a numbers of palaces. The Hall of Public and Private Audience, the Mubarak Mahal and the seven-storey Chandra Mahal which houses a museum. In the museum there are preserved carpets, robes of the Royal Princes and an armoury of old weapons. The miniatures are finely executed, depicting court scenes, Radha-Krishna themes, the Ragmala series, battle scenes and processions.

OBSERVATORY To the east of Chandra Mahal is Jantar Mantar. It is the largest of the five observatories built by Sawai Jai Singh. The earlier brass instruments in the observatory were later discarded in favour in masonry instruments of greater accuracy. These various instruments were used for measuring local time, the altitudes of heavenly bodies, the sun's declination, meridian, altitude and azimuth and also to determine eclipses.

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