Garnering an 8/10 Telegraph Expert Rating, The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur Ms. Shoba Narayan highlights "This hotel just outside Jaipur, with red-brick architecture reminiscent of a Rajasthani fort, boasts stylish tented rooms, Mughal-inspired trellises, courtyard fountains, superb cuisine, wandering peacocks on the 32-acre grounds and staff who anticipate your requests before you even vocalise them."
As for style and character, she says "Rajvilas exudes Rajasthani exuberance while somehow managing to keep it from going over the top. It looks like a sprawling desert fort built by a meticulous Singapore design firm, which, in fact, it was. There are the typical floral designs and arches punctuated with lotus ponds lined with handmade Jaipur tiles in jewel tones. Sandstone sculptures stare at peacocks and lapwings. There are overlays and inlaid marble floors that blend together without appearing garish or overwhelming."
Also mentioned in the piece are the rooms, the culinary highlights, The Oberoi Spa, value for money, access for guests with disabilities and family-friendliness.
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