Oberoi Hotels and Resorts



(Maximum 2 adults per room)


Guests looking for a luxury dining restaurant in Jaipur can choose between our all day international fine dining space: Surya Mahal or seasonal Indian speciality restaurant: Raj Mahal.

Both Surya Mahal and Raj Mahal feature an indoor dining area, under cover seating that runs alongside the main hall and an outside courtyard with space for live folk music and dance.

Surya Mahal is open throughout the year and has an extensive menu of world cuisine. Raj Mahal is open during the cooler months of October to April and serves rarely found Indian delicacies.

The Rajwada Library Bar boasts a wide range of international wines, excellent single malts and classic cocktails. It is a wonderful setting to enjoy an aperitif, a nightcap, a game of chess or an interactive history session; a unique experience amongst luxury hotels in Jaipur.

Our speciality dining experiences at The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur, include breakfast in the herb garden, a candlelit dinner for two at the poolside or at Charbagh. We also offer private cooking sessions with our masterchefs. Please contact The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur for more information.


Surya Mahal

Surya Mahal is open from breakfast to dinner. It features an indoor, chandelier lit dining hall, a canopied outside dining space that hugs the restaurant, and a courtyard with a stage for traditional Indian instrumental performances. The menu spans international and Indian cuisine.

Raj Mahal

Raj Mahal is a speciality Indian restaurant, serving unusual dishes drawn from the remote corners of India, sometimes deconstructed and reinvented by our chefs. It is open from October to March, and includes a bright, naturally lit, indoor dining hall, outdoor, under cover dining area with outdoor sandstone fireplaces and a tree fringed courtyard. The restaurant is closed one day in the week.

Rajwada Library Bar

Rajwada Library Bar has an expansive wine list, range of single malts and classic cocktails. It is decorated with colonial memorabilia, hung with lithographs of ancient Maharajas and filled with polished wooden dressers holding leather bound classics.