Thursday, November 24, 2011

Rambagh Palcae Garden In Agra

Symmetrical design, airy verandahs, and idyllic front lawns dotted with peacocks a destination spread over 47 tranquil acres of verdant, ornamental gardens; Rambagh Palace is an architectural masterpiece. Amalgamation of Rajput and Mughal architecture with astonishing interiors, the palace was lovingly built by the Maharajas of Jaipur. Standing witness to time, a walk through Rambagh Palace takes you back in history. Once the residence of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and his beautiful queen, Maharani Gayatri Devi, Rambagh Palace is a living legend of Rajputana history. Gracious hospitality, stepped in tradition, completes the royal lifestyle experience & evokes the splendour of royal India at its best. Old walled city of Jaipur and known to all as the fabled Pink City is at a 2 km distance. Drive 11 kms to the airport or 4 kms to the railway station, you are not far from anywhere within the destination.

The Historical Suites have a distinctive style. There is a choice of new and contemporary suites as well as the original theme-based suites such as Mountbatten Suite and Pothikhana. Rich with memories of a bygone era, historical suites recreate an old world mystique and provide an oasis of calm. The Palace Rooms are retreat for the senses, rich in terms of textures and colors; each Palace room has been redesigned for comfort and is unique in style.

The Luxury Rooms open onto a courtyard which overlooks the sprawling front lawns that further expands to the Moti Doongari fort. Four-poster beds, walk-in wardrobes and spacious bathrooms cocoon guests into the palatial experience. Some suites and rooms have a separate sitting area and are overlooking gardens or inner courtyard. Bath areas have bath tubs with individual shower cubicles. The rooms are provided with a mini bar, Elsafe, tea/coffee maker, hair dryer.


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