The famous walled capital city of Rajasthan. Jaipur has been fondly known as the “Pink City” since it was painted pink in 1876 as a sign of the people's hospitality towards the visiting Queen Victoria of England and the Prince of Wales.
Experience a sincerely warm welcome when you stay with us at The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur. Spread over 32 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, with traditional architecture, flaming mashaal torches and reflection pools.
Exquisite accommodation, including luxury tents inspired by the era of Maharajas, fine restaurants serving authentic Rajasthani and international cuisines, specially curated romantic experiences for couples and our sincere hospitality. The perfect setting for the holiday of a lifetime.
The Oberoi Rajvilas, Goner Road, Jaipur 302031, India
Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan, home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and many other architectural marvels.
The cities of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi are collectively known as the Golden Triangle, a popular tourist route for those making a trip of a lifetime to Incredible India.
The Oberoi Rajvilas is located 10 kms from central Jaipur and is easily accessible by car from Delhi and Agra.
All our rooms and villas offer garden views and a sense of yesteryear.
Design inspired by Rajasthani traditional architecture blends perfectly with modern conveniences.
Dining options include our all day international fine dining space and a seasonal Indian speciality restaurant.
We also offer private dining.
The “Sun Palace” is our all day fine dining restaurant. It is bright with natural light during the day. After dark, the al fresco courtyard shimmers beneath the phosphorescent moon and the main hall glitters under the light of the crystal chandelier. The menu includes Western, Mediterranean, Asian and Indian cuisine. We also offer a specially curated wellness menu.
Raj Mahal is our speciality Indian restaurant. The menu includes unusual dishes from the remote corners of India, sometimes deconstructed and reinvented by our master chefs. The restaurant spans a grand indoor dining hall and an outdoor dining area with sandstone feature fireplaces and a tree fringed courtyard. It is open from late October to March, for dinner.
The perfect setting for an aperitif or an after dinner beverage. Sip on fine wine, a classic cocktail or a single malt. Challenge a friend to a game of chess or backgammon. Sit down to one of our leather bound classics, or take part in our bi-weekly, interactive history session under the noble gaze of ancient Maharajas captured in lithographs on the walls.
Oberoi spa experiences, just for you. A temperature controlled pool and an air conditioned fitness centre.
The Oberoi Spa Our spa has the ambience of ancient Jaipur; with authentic, pink lime plaster walls and traditional Rajasthani design features. Each treatment room has a massage bed, a shower and a steam room.
Swimming Pool Our temperature controlled pool features spouting elephant water fountains and traditional mashaal torches.
Fitness Centre Air conditioned and equipped with a range of cardiovascular and weight machines.
Specially curated private dining, cultural experiences and relaxing spa treatments
with an unmistakably Oberoi signature.
Discover the magnificent Naila Fort as you sip on high tea or cocktails and watch the sun go down with the one you love. An unmistakably Oberoi experience.
An unforgettable day that begins with a morning at the spa for the 'bride' and 'groom', followed by traditional henna hand painting, salon hair and make-up. A horse drawn carriage will take the couple through our grounds to a romantic venue to reaffirm their love. A private dinner for two accompanied by live, traditional music at the poolside completes the experience. Note: Traditional dress for him and her can be arranged at extra cost.
Let us take you on a personalised journey around Indian cuisine. Unravel the complex blends of spices and learn how to recreate authentic tastes in expert guidance from an Oberoi chef. Your private cooking lesson is followed by dinner, cooked just the way you like.
Kick start your day with a guided morning walk around our fragrant herb garden with an Oberoi chef, followed by a breakfast of handcrafted delicacies served at a private table. Best enjoyed between November and March.
A few more good reasons for you to stay with us.
A hill top fortress, sprawling palaces, vibrant bazaars and astrology abound in the “Pink City”.
Amber Fort is an imposing sight; a sprawling fortress located high on a hill over Jaipur. It is a truly complex arrangement of palaces and courtyards, enclosed by a high sandstone wall. Notable features include the “Hall of Public Audience” (Diwan-e-Aam), the “Hall of Private Audience” (Diwan-e-Khas), the “Mirror Palace” (Sheesh Mahal) and the “Residence of Happiness” (Sukh Niwas).
To this day, City Palace is the residence of the former ruling family of Jaipur. Spanning a vast one-seventh of the old city, it is fortified by a tremendous wall, behind which can be found an array of courtyards, gardens and buildings that are open to the public.
The “Palace of the Winds” takes its name from its intricate latticework screen facade behind which women of the royal household would secret themselves to watch the world below. The facade is actually a composition of 953 windows and niches, behind which is a true masterpiece of labyrinthine palaces, halls, pavilions, gardens and temples.
Spanning three kilometres in length and one kilometre in width across the Aravalli Ranges, Jaigarh Fort overlooks and is connected by underground tunnels to Amber Fort. Views from the fort encompass both Amber and Maota Lake. Within its tremendous red stone walls lie beautiful palaces, gardens, courtyards and temples. Due to the abundance of iron ore in the vicinity, shortly after it was completed in 1726, Jaigarh became a prolific cannon foundry. In the late 1970s, a rumour was started that hidden within Jaigarh was a missing treasure belonging to the Kachwaha rulers of Amer. The rumour gained such impetus that the Income Tax Department of India, under the directive of the Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, even conducted a two day search for the treasure using metal detectors. But to no avail. Nowadays, the most significant treasure here is the cannon foundry’s massive and highly ornate, fifty tonne Jaivana cannon and matching fifty kilogramme cannon ball.
For which we thank our guests and our people.