7 Boutique Hotels in Jaipur to Book and Live Like Royalty

With world-class architecture and top quality service, Jaipur is a great city to live like royalty. When you visit, be sure to stay at one of these seven amazing boutique hotels in Jaipur.

India is a mystical land, filled with ancient history, fascinating culture and fabled cities. Jaipur, the pink city, is famed for its food and architecture, but also for the sheer number of incredible havelis and former royal mansions that now exist as boutique hotels.

Haveli is a generic term for traditional townhouses or mansions in that region of the world and come with very special historical significance. Along with heritage-style hotels, these unique lodging options offer up a personalised service not found in chain hotels. One excellent way to experience a slice of the life enjoyed by the Maharajas of this vast country is to spend the night in one of these unique accommodations.

Here are seven that are worth a visit.


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  • Address: Sansar Chandra Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001, India
  • Highlights: A nobleman’s mansion in the centre of Jaipur with a pool.
  • Close to: City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Bani Park

Alsisar Haveli lies in the heart of Jaipur and features multiple courtyards and quiet alcoves. Built in 1892 as a nobleman’s home, this is one of the oldest havelis in the city and is unique in the fact that the owners are 6th generation and still live on the property, giving it an especially homey feel.

Room Rate Guide (High Season)

Standard Double: from £96 per night

Deluxe Double: from £145 per night


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  • Address: Gangapole, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302002, India
  • Highlights: Royal manor featuring a pool, spa and elephant ramp!
  • Close to: Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Nahargarh Fort Palace

This gorgeous family manor was built over 175 years ago for the royal family that still inhabits it today. The haveli features a pool, spa and restaurant on-site along with an evening puppet show set to music. Rooms feature antiques and flat screen TVs, combing new and old in a luxurious setting.

Room Rate Guide: (high season)

Deluxe Double: from £191 per night

Deluxe Suite: from £243 per night

Haveli Suite: from £280 per night


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  • Address: Kacherwala, Kukas, Jaipur Rajasthan 302028, India
  • Highlights: Stunning resort set on 7 acres just outside of the city.
  • Close to: Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Mansagar Lake

The Tree of Life Resort & Spa is a luxurious resort scenically set in the Aravalli hills. Suites and villas offer flat-screen TVs, a pillow menu and even barbeque facilities. For true decadence, have a bath butler prepare relaxing bath treatments in an outdoor sunken tub. An on-site restaurant offers up local dishes and in-villa dining can also be arranged. Free WiFi, parking and room service are just a few of the additional services this gorgeous property features.

Room Rate Guide: (high season)

Luxury Garden Villa: from £201 per night

2 bedroom Luxury Pool Villa: from £375 per night


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  • Address: C-20 B-2 Behari marg off Jaisingh Highway, Bani Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302016, India
  • Highlights: Central location, pool, parking, and restaurant on-site.
  • Close to: Bani Park, Nahargarh Fort, Hawa Mahal

Built in the 18th-century, this majestic, heritage style hotel is located in the popular Bani Park area of Jaipur. Featuring a pool and rooftop restaurant, the spacious rooms feature intricately carved furnishings and beautiful mirror-work, indicative of the region. The hotels travel desk can make any arrangements necessary for day trips and the hotel’s central location makes sightseeing within Jaipur a breeze.

Room Rate Guide: (high season)

Royal Deluxe: from £49 per night


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  • Address: Khatipura, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302012, India
  • Highlights: Central location, on-site restaurant, pool and spa.
  • Close to: Railway station, Bani Park, Rajasthan High Court

Built in the 18th-century, this majestic haveli offers spacious lawns, quiet courtyards and luxurious interiors. Centrally located to all Jaipur has to offer, the property itself features arched doorways, multiple frescos and elaborately patterned flooring. When not exploring, enjoy the pool, spa and yoga sessions.

Room Rate Guide: (high season)

Junior Suite: from £125 per night

Suite: from £182 per night

Royal Suite: from £196 per night

1 bedroom apartment: from £209 per night


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  • Address: Zorawer Sing Gate, Amer Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302002, India
  • Highlights: Elegantly restored in a central location with pool, spa and on-site restaurant.
  • Close To: Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort

Built in 1727, the Raj Palace was once the home of the Maharajah and has been faithfully restored to its former glory. Each room is unique and features traditional décor with antique furnishings while offering up modern touches to make your stay comfortable. The pool and spa refreshes weary guests, while the central location makes sightseeing easy.

Room Rate Guide: ( high season)

Superior room: from £250 per night

Deluxe room: from £345 per night

Suite: from £667 per night


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  • Address: Ballupura Farms, Village Jamdoli, Agra Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302031, India
  • Highlights: Mountain views, deluxe rooms, spa & sauna, in-house restaurant.
  • Close To: Monkey temple, Hawa Mahal, Galta Gate, and Mansagar Lake

The Lebua Resort is set just outside of town with gorgeous mountain views. The beautiful rooms are the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and hotel facilities include an outdoor pool, spa services, free parking and an on-site restaurant.

Room Rate Guide: (high season)

Luxury Suite: from £166 per night

One-bedroom Villa: from £616 per night

The charm of boutique hotels is undeniable across the globe. More and more travellers are embracing a more intimate travel experience. By booking into a family manor or haveli in Jaipur, the majesty of the past rises up to meet modern conveniences, further enhancing the experience in this magical city. Let us know your favourite by tweeting us @travioor or post a comment on Travioor’s Facebook page.

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