Mid-range


Spice Court

Try the minced meat dishes and bati and soyta (Rajasthani dishes) at Spice Court on Jacob Road.

Handi

Handi is extremely popular with the locals for its marinated mutton and chicken dishes cooked in earthen pots.

Copper Chimney

Try the pineapple raita at Copper Chimney, which serves north Indian delicacies.

Niros

Niros is one of the oldest fine-dining restaurants in Jaipur, and serves mouth-watering butter chicken and amazing ice cream.

Guest houses

You could also try one of these family-run guest houses: Barwara Kothi (from Rs 4000) - which has seven beautiful rooms and huge gardens, Dera Rawatsar (from Rs 2500) and Loharu House (from Rs 4000) - a regal home run by the erstwhile royal family of Loharu.

Narain Niwas Palace

Guests being served at Narain Niwas, February 14, 2006 Narain Niwas Palace (from Rs 5000) is close to Rambagh Palace and the stadium.

Park Inn, Shahpura House, Madhuban and Royal Orchid Hotel

Park Inn, a commercial business hotel, Shahpura House, Madhuban - all in Bani Park - and Royal Orchid Hotel have rooms priced at about Rs 4500 each.

Naila Bagh

Naila Bagh (from Rs 3000), a beautiful heritage property more than 100 years old, is run by a family of art lovers.

Mandawa Haveli

Heritage hotel Mandawa Haveli (from Rs 3500) has unique motif work and rooms decorated in Shekhawati style.

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Where to

  1. Dragon House

    Dragon House at Country Inns and Suites is popular for its Chinese, Thai and seafood.

  2. Chokhi Dhani

    Chokhi Dhani (from Rs 12,000) - about 12km outside the city, on Tonk Road - is famous for its traditional theme dinners, and has an interesting resort in a village setting, but with all the amenities.

  3. Chokhi Dhani

    Chokhi Dhani, the theme village, is popular with Indian tourists for parties.

Must Do

Hawa Mahal  

Hawa Mahal is an incredible piece of architecture too and is one of Jaipur's iconic monuments. Made of pink sandstone, this five-storey structure is in the heart of Jaipur's main bazaar area. Its main attractions are the 953 jharokkhas (windows), which stack up like a pyramid, and were built to allow the women of the royal family to take a peek at the streets below without being seen. The windows are designed to let the breeze be distributed uniformly throughout the structure. Shamsher Singh

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