Raffles launches hotel in Jaipur

Raffles launches hotel in Jaipur

Raffles Jaipur has just 50 rooms and suites

Raffles Hotels & Resorts has officially opened Raffles Jaipur, it's second property in India, calling it "a modern-day re-creation of a palace".

Situated a short drive from the famous ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur and encircled by the ancient Aravalli Hills, the newest addition to Raffles' portfolio aims to showcase the finest of Rajasthani craftsmanship. Each element within the reimagined palace retreat has been handcrafted by skilled artisans, blending the age-old traditions and techniques of Mughal and Rajputana architecture.

The hotel has 50 rooms and suites, each with a unique layout and décor, and an expansive balcony with either an outdoor soaking tub or a plunge pool.  

The hotel's dining options include the hotel’s speciality restaurant Arkaa, the Writers Bar, and rooftop bar Sehara serving Mediterranean-inspired dishes with an emphasis on Italian specialties and views of the surrounding rolling hills.

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Facilities include a 620-square-metre spa with mineral pools, a fitness studio, and a rooftop pool set against a backdrop of city vistas.


CEO of Raffles Hotels & Resorts, Omer Acar said: "Every element of Raffles Jaipur has been thoughtfully considered, from the architecture and design to the culinary offerings and wellness experiences, and we hope to inspire our guests to immerse themselves in the local Rajasthani culture, while inviting locals to experience their home through a lens that is distinct to Raffles.

“At Raffles, we look for world-renowned destinations rich with history, beauty and culture, which is what led us to grow our presence in Rajasthan with its ancient heritage of forts and palaces. 

“We thank Ratan Kant Sharma and our partners at Triton Hotels & Resorts for sharing a likeminded vision and commitment to luxury, helping us bring this extraordinary hotel to life.”  

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