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ITC Rajputana, Jaipur

The ’Pink City’ of Jaipur, as the capital of the desert state of Rajasthan is commonly known, symbolises the royalty of the Rajputana Empire and, the hotel takes the guest on a royal journey. The pink city of Jaipur is symbolised by the royalty of the Rajputana Empire and their ruling in India. Ensuring to take its guests through the royal journey of the Rajput’s both through service and stay, ITC Rajputana celebrates the spirit of Rajput palaces in the modern idiom. The location that was once the estate of the prime minister of Jaipur, was later built into this magnificent hotel where the guests are welcomed in a royal atmosphere through the lobby leading into two sets of staircases with a Jharoka on each side enhancing the outside view.

The famous block printing and the tie and die form of prints, a speciality of Rajasthan are the inspiration for the textiles at ITC Rajputana. The running water streams, the waterfall in the lobby, the ‘Wall of Mirrors’ and the ‘Bazar’ selling the goods prepared by local craftsmen have all been inspired by the forts and palaces of the region. ITC Rajputana, thus, reflects everything that is splendid about Rajasthan and all that is unique about ITC Hotels.

‘Sheesh Mahal’ the bar with silver doors and an old chandelier gives it a look of the old havelis - a perfect description of royal Mughal architecture where the marble water body in the backdrop is paired with Indian and western bands to set a perfect environment for a royal evening that you can look forward to.

As many as 218 guest rooms and suites with spacious bathrooms and safety lockers for one’s valuables. .

The location that was once the estate of the prime minister of Jaipur, was later built into ITC Rajputana, where the guests are welcomed in a royal atmosphere through the lobby leading into two sets of stair-cases with a Jharoka on each side enhancing the outside view. .

The famous block printing and the tie and die form of prints, a speciality of Rajasthan are the inspiration for the textiles at ITC Rajputana. .

The running water streams, the waterfall in the lobby, the ‘Wall of Mirrors’ and the ‘Bazar’ selling the goods prepared by local craftsmen have all been inspired by the forts and palaces of the region..

Showcasing the look of a old haveli, ‘Sheesh Mahal’ the bar includes silver doors and an old chandelier..

The lavish and rich food of Rajasthan at ‘Jal Mahal’ or the old and authentic cuisine from the Northwest makes for a unique culinary experience..

Indulge in exotic therapies at the Kaya Kalp spa with a complimentary session of steam-and-sauna bath..

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