Royal Meal Venue
For the exclusive groups there is a place, not seen by tourists, unless the Royal Family knows one. An exquisitely ornate room with mirrors and gold lacquer decorated by the master craftsmen of the 18th Century, who used the ancient Indian technique of mica in place of glass, to create, undoubtedly, the most beautiful room in the Palace the venue of the event. The guests will have cocktails here and then proceed for dinner to another fabulously beautiful room, decorated in the early 19th century, with gold leaf floral motifs on its walls and ceilings. The walls of the room have Moghul paintings. The best of the 19th Century silver and filigree work of Jaipur can be seen here. The most important piece of furniture is the fabulous Lalique table made especially for the Maharaja of Jaipur.
A sit down meal, with a choice of traditional 'Thal' setting or a continental four-course meal, is offered. There would also be light live instrumental music or traditional Rajasthani dances.
The guests could have dinner or cocktails at the Royal Pavilion itself, which overlooks the sprawling Jai Niwas Garden and offers a panoramic view of the old city of Jaipur.