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How to reach at hotel


Our hotel is located in a royal residential area of Jaipur, in wall city shielded from the commotion and hustle-bustle of the city located in Rajasthan, which is a Northwestern province of India. World fame Jaipur also known as Pink City Jaipur. It's surrounded by beautiful and ancient Aravali Mountains and set on the edge of three lakes, is a radiant kaleidoscope of narrow lanes elevated by bright stalls, gardens, palaces, lakes and temples. Hotel Royal Sheraton is about 1 kilometer from the city center.

By Air : Jaipur's Airport is 11 kilometers from the hotel and the drive takes 20 minutes to reach there. Jaipur is well connected to New Delhi and Mumbai with daily flights operated by Jet Airways, Kingfisher and Indian Airlines. The flying time is 45 minutes from Delhi to Jaipur and it is two hours and fifteen minutes from Mumbai. Jaipur is also well connected by air to Delhi with a flying time of slightly more than half an hour.

By Road : The drive from Jaipur to Delhi takes approximately four hours and Jodhpur to Delhi takes about eleven hours. The drive from Jaipur to Agra is approximately five hours.

By Rail : Hotel Royal Sheraton, Jaipur is approximately 3.5 kilometers from Railway Station. The travel time by train from New Delhi to Jaipur is approximately 12 hours by Mewar Express and from Jaipur to Mumbai it would take approximately 18 hours by Superfast Express..

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Discover Jaipur


JAIPUR - "The City of Victory", was first proposed to be "Sawai Jaipur", named after the boy Prince who commissioned it - Maharaja Jai Singh II - a warrior, politician, and astronomer who reigned over the Mughals from 1699 to 1743.

Jai Singh II vision to design and develops the city and for the same, was helped by a great visionary and architect, Vidhyadhar Bhattacharya. The two began their work during the second half of the Prince's reign i.e. in 1727. Jai Singh's objective was to make Jaipur one of the greatest cities of his time, for that he concentrated on shaping his creative pursuit and passion.

He was clearly successful. A walled city of unparalleled beauty was created within five years only. It was according to that what was planned i.e. with the scintillating City Palace in the centre. Spreading around, in tiers, were public buildings, residences of noblemen, and the living and trading quarters of merchants and artisans. Jaipur was based on seven blocks of buildings, subdivided by straight, wide roads. All of it surrounded, as cities then were, by a high wall for defense into which were set seven gates.

Visually the city, Jaipur is described as pink shaded with the autumn colors of a sunset. Originally the walls were bestow set and pigmented the color of red sandstone, Jaipur's universal coat of pink only came in 1876 to concur with the visit of the Prince of Wales (King Edward VII). "The Pink City" was named because almost the entire city was given a coat of pink paint.

Maharani Gayatri Devi describes the city in her book, "A Princess Remembers" thus - Basically, it is surrounded by brown desert hills with reinforcement and walls snaking over their contours. The world's topmost prettiest capital city, you had ever seen, have an intricacy of domes and towers, lattices and verandas, with all the buildings colored with deep oleander pink. It's a well-planned city as per vastu after Paris, capital of France. In the streets womens wore skirts, bodices and shawls instead of saris, and all the men wore splendidly colored turbans red, magenta, daffodil yellow and a beyond description pink that was both pricking and pale. Against the background of the desert sky, this pink color was an inconceivable effect.

Weather Information


Based in past weather trends, the temperatures shown in the below table are indicative. It is always advisable to check current weather before making any arrangements which are dependent on weather conditions.

Month

Celsius

Fahrenheit

Average High

Average Low

Average High

Average Low

January

22°C

9°C

71°F

49°F

February

24°C

12°C

75°F

54°F

March

31°C

17°C

87°F

63°F

April

36°C

23°C

97°F

73°F

May

39°C

27°C

102°F

81°F

June

41°C

29°C

106°F

84°F

July

36°C

28°C

97°F

73°F

August

34°C

26°C

93°F

79°F

September

33°C

24°C

91°F

75°F

October

32°C

20°C

90°F

68°F

November

28°C

15°C

82°F

59°F

December

23°C

11°C

73°F

51°F



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Places of Tourist Interest


THE CITY PALACE (600 meters distance from hotel)

Except of a small portion i.e. used by the royal family of Jaipur, the City Palace has now been converted into a museum. The arms and ammunition used by the royal family in the past is one of the most important attractions of the museum. The Textile & costume Museum, Art Gallery, Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Diwan-e-Khas & Diwan-e-Aam serves as other necessary attractions to behold.

 
CENTRAL MUSEUM (3k.m. distance from hotel)

The Central Museum also called Albert Hall, situated at Ram Niwas Garden, is a mixture of arches, pillars as well as courtyards embellished with murals. You can see the massive collection of objects exhibiting different aspects of Rajasthani culture & history.
 
JANTAR MANTAR (900 meters distance from hotel)

Jantar mantar, the prevalent stone observatory in the world, was founded by Sawai Jai Singh who was a great enthusiast of developments in science & technology, and especially astronomy. He aimed to construct the structure as according to the detail in the manual, but at the end, he was amazed that the observatory was 20 seconds more accurate and precise than that was given by La Hire.

The largest stone observatory, located near the gate of City Palace, has 18 large instruments, yet a numerous instruments are in working condition.
 
AMBER FORT (5 k.m. distance from hotel)

Standing tall over the rugged hills, the Amber Fort is a fascinating blend of Hindu and Mughal Architecture. The Royal romantic Rajasthan fort-palace, the Amber fort, was started constructing in 1592 by Man Singh and conceivably, it was the defense that overlooked his priorities before constructing this fort.

The rocky walls of this fort may not seem beautiful from outside, but the interior is a virtual heaven. Another memorable experience will be its elephant ride to the fort.
 
JAIGARH FORT(6 k.m. distance from hotel)

Jaigarh Fort, similar in structure to the Amber Fort, is located in the north of Jaipur. The only difference between them is that the prodigious Jaivana, the largest wheeled canon of the world, resides in this fort.
 
SISODIA RANI KA BAGH(8 k.m. distance from hotel)

The Garden of Sisodia Queen (Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh), located at Agra Road, at a distance of 6 kilometer from Jaipur. This garden was formed by the queen of Jai Singh II as an flee from the court scheming.

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