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Budget hotels in Jaipur
For cheaper or more budget-friendly accommodations in Jaipur, one option to consider is Golden Hotel, which features a rooftop terrace and complimentary private parking as well as a perfect location within walking distance of Maharani restaurant. 22 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to Inox. Select a hotel in Amer district, such as an affordable Amer View.
Proximity to public transport
There are 4 hotels in the vicinity of Jaipur airport, such as Clarion Bella Casa At Airport or Fern An Ecotel Jaipur. Hotel Classic Inn is close to a palace, a college and a temple and 10 minutes' walk from Jaipur train station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Jaipur is a great place to visit, with 32 hotels in the city center, such as Oyo Premium Mi Road or Hotel Rajdeep. Shanti Vilas and Ganpati Vishram are good apartments that will place you within a 10-minute walk of the city center. Tonk Road district contains a high concentration of landmarks, such as Durga Mata Mandir, so you can book a room at Ritz Residency to explore the area.
Foodies should consider staying in hotels such as Ratnawali, which is a 3-star hotel situated near The Vedic Astrology Experience as well as amidst a plethora of restaurants, like Shreenath Lassiwala. Situated less than a 20-minute walk from Silver Shop, think about staying at Umaid Mahal, with such amenities as an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a rooftop terrace.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
If you're looking for more luxurious accommodations, check out The Raj Palace and Royal Orchid Central Jaipur, the 4-star property in Malviya Nagar district. The closest boutique hotels near City Palace are Park Regis Jaipur and Pearl Palace Heritage. Fairmont Jaipur offers a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a rooftop terrace as well as an unbeatable comfort of a chain hotel.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Families can consider booking an apartment Vinayak Guest House, close to Silver Shop that features complimentary parking, darts and a free private parking lot. 158 B&Bs in Jaipur are available for booking, such as Lively 1Br Stay Near Jaipur Airport or Tesca Serene Green Studio. Travelers looking for comfy family rooms in Jaipur will find them at Jas Vilas, with perks including an outdoor swimming pool, free parking and complimentary private parking. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near The Eventers Hospitality, such as Krishna Palace or Sarang Palace.
Jaipur is creating a new tradition.
This is a city with an old-world lay-out that brings together the best of Rajput and Mughal architecture yet it adheres to the new. This places Jaipur a step forward in style and fashion than the rest of north India.
You can come and see how forward-thinking Jaipur is, but before you go – book your stay. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Jaipur to a lap of luxuries all listed with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
As soon as you arrive to the city you will catch on the local idea that ''Jaipur does and India repeats''. This is due to the fact that Jaipur is a kind of think tank in the Indian world and today it tends to changes. With the new-world orientation Jaipur initiates more space in the city. Thus, its court areas are more open, gardens are about external vistas and water fountains have sprung up throughout the city.
The same is about architecture that always feature a huge dose of ornamentation, but today it is even more opulent. You can see how Jaipur changes right before your eyes on your sightseeing tour.
The City Palace, a striking example of unique blend of traditional Rajput and Mughal architecture
Jal Mahal, a Rajput style building nestled at the Maan-sarovar lake
Govind Devji Temple, the most significant temple in the world after Vrindavan
Not of a well-known fact, but Jaipur is planned according to a conventional nine-grid pattern that is a sign of good fortune to eastern world astrologers. This is why reinforcing with modern changes, Jaipur is yet grounded in its past days. The city will take you to the times of royalty, and the maharajas who once lived in today's abandoned forts and palaces.
In addition, Jaipur won the nickname of Pink City for its red-stone facade and romantic charm. With walls colored in red, Jaipur seems like a typical destination to indulge in old bazaars and historic sites, but you can take all prejudices away and hit this city for yourself.
Remember what books say about life in India? Now skip it and observe the true Indian lifestyle moving away from the red walls to the high-rise buildings and luxury hotels of modern Jaipur. With Booked.net you can get involved with the changes in Jaipur with a few clicks.