The Best Hotels in Jaipur for every Budget

The Best Hotels in Jaipur for every Budget

Jaipur, known by tourists as ‘The Pink City’ in India, is abundant with forts, temples and palaces. There are so many t’s an Instagrammers paradise and a must see destination in India. There are so many amazing places to visit in Jaipur – don’t miss the Amber Fort, wind palace, Jantar Mantar (architectural astronomical instruments) and the Monkey Temple. Today’s blog is all about the best hotels in Jaipur, and I am going to offer budget, mid-range and luxury options.

Amber Fort Jaipur Rajasthan
Amber Fort, Jaipur

I’m a blogger, and so my selection of the best hotels in Jaipur will always include WIFI and breakfast options – two things I cannot live without! These essentials always suit me well for working on the road.

Best Hotels in Jaipur – Top Airport Hotel – The Lalit Jaipur

If you need a 5* hotel close to Jaipur airport, go for The Lalit Jaipur. It’s just 1.8km to Jaipur airport and transfers are available. The Lalit has a 24 hour concierge service and Butler service making both your stay and onward travel stress free. It has a cafe and circle bar for when you want to relax and unwind and a temperature controlled swimming pool. Conference facilities are also available for business. In 2013, The Lalit Jaipur received the “best airport hotel, India” award from the International Hotel Awards.

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Best Budget Hotel in Jaipur ($15-25 a Night)

Shree Villas Jaipur

Shree Villas Jaipur is my top budget option with prices per night between just $15-$20. Shree Villas Hotel is located 4.3 miles from Sindhi Camp (the inter-state bus terminal) and around 6.2 miles from City Palace and Janitor Mantar. This hotel has a lounge, garden and restaurant. The reception has a 24 hour desk with checkin available. All rooms have a tea/coffee maker, flat screen TV, desk and private en suite bathroom. Each room also boasts a beautiful garden view.

three villas hotel Jaipur

Find out more – Shree Villas Hotel in Jaipur

Best Hotels in Jaipur – Mid-Range ($25-100 a Night)

Shahpura House

Near several attractions and equipped with on-site excursion activities, Shahpura House is ideal for adventure and leisure travellers. The 38 guest rooms are beautifully decorated and include 24-hour room service, air conditioning, and Internet access. The Shedhawati Frescos rooftop offer the best local Rajasthani and international cuisine.

Tour services are available for visiting nearby locations like Hawal Mahal and the Singh Museum. An added bonus is that the hotel provides horse buggy rides into the city centre. Be sure to get a place for the Shahpura House’s Camel Safaris. This hotel is an ideal location for travellers who want to experience Jaipur and its beauty.

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Radisson Blu Jaipur

If what you’re looking for a hotel that’s located located conveniently in Jaipur, look no further than Radisson Blu Jaipur. With the location around 12 km from the city centre, Radisson Blu Jaipur has an ideal blend of convenience and comfort, this 5-star hotel attracts numerous travellers each year.

No less exceptional is the hotel’s easy access to the city’s myriad attractions and landmarks and the latest icon of the city “World Trade Park” also stands just 5 minutes away offering major shopping brands, movie theatres, and fast food options. When you’re ready to tour Jaipur’s world-famous attractions, talk to our knowledgeable concierge staff to figure out what to see and how to get there.

After the journey, refresh in one of the 182 stylish suites and rooms, all bundled with all necessary amenities including four fixture bathroom, free high-speed wireless Internet and 24-hour room service.

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Best Luxury Hotels in Jaipur ($100+ per Night)

Golden Tulip Hotel Jaipur

Allowing easy access to the Jaipur International Airport, the Golden Tulip hotel provides an unrivalled accommodation for a visit in the “pink city” of Jaipur, one of India’s most popular cities. Amer Fort, one of the area’s main tourist attractions, is situated 12 km away from the hotel, while the Hawa Mahal palace is situated only 5 km away.

The property provides tastefully decorated designer rooms that are cosy, yet modern, satisfying even the very discerning guest. Among the hotel’s exceptional facilities guests can find a rooftop terrace where guests can sunbath and take a refreshing deep, as well as discotheque, where they can have a drink and dance the night away. Guests on a business trip will appreciate the fact that the hotel features a boardroom fitted with modern furnishings.

Find out more here – Golden Tulip Hotel

ITC Rajputana, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Jaipur

The ITC Rajputana is in an excellent location, just over 3km to City Palace and Janitor Mantar. It’s perfect for those travelling on business as it offers free airport transfer, parking, WIFI and a fitness centre. Check your rate – most rates include free breakfast.

The Oberoi Rajvilas

If you want to totally splash out in Jaipur, the Oberoi Rajvilas offer 5* luxury and will set you back over $500 per night. Some of the rooms include luxury ‘tent villas’ that were used for royalty to pass through for safaris. Special facilities include the fitness suite, outdoor swimming pool and spa. Free airport transfers and WIFI are included. If you want to go all out for that special occasion, a luxury villa with private pool is available.

Find out more about the Oberoi Rajvilas here

What to Pack for India

Consider packing conservative clothing and a shawl or headscarf for women if you would like to visit religious places. Some comfortable sandals work well in India as it can be hot so they will let your feet breathe. It can get extremely hot in some parts of India and so sun cream is essential.

It’s a good idea to pack conservative clothing for India. Avoid short skirts and low cut tops or spaghetti straps. Comfortable trousers and linen tops are great. Long skirts and Maxi dresses also work really well and are comfortable with the heat. Comfortable loose cotton or linen trousers are perfect. Don’t forget your sunglasses, and pack your prescription sunnies if you have those!

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Hi, I'm Amy Trumpeter and I have over 25 years of travel experience. I love seeking out temples, Churches and other religious and historical buildings. I write mainly about Asia, Europe and North Africa. My BA (Religions and Theology) and MA (South Asian Studies) were gained from the University of Manchester. Come and join me on my templeseeking journey around the world!

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