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Oberoi Rajvilas

Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur, India

Situated about eight kilometers from Jaipur, this was the first of Oberoi’s ‘Vilas’ hotels. It is beautifully designed in a traditional style and set in 32 acres of gardens. There are around 70 rooms, of which a few are in deliciously capricious billowing tent style, with solid walls and a canopy roof. Other rooms, clustered in groups of four or six, have marble baths with private garden views. The hotel has excellent facilities and even has a 250-year old Hindu temple within its grounds.

Our rating: Deluxe

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