Fairmont Jaipur

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Jaipur Hotel
Fairmont Hotels
Total meeting space5,574 sq. m
Guest rooms245
2, Riico Kukas
Jaipur 303101

Fairmont Jaipur

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Jaipur Hotel




i. India's Best Family Resort - India & South Asia Best Awards 2017 ii. Most Popular & Preferred Hotel - Vth International (ITCTA) iii. Best Venue for Business Events (WOW Awards Asia 2018) iv. Zoya - Best Italian Restaurant (Times Nightlife Awards) v, ICWF 2018 - Best Wedding Hotel, India vi. AZA - Best Bar with Ambience (TImes Nighlife Awards) vii. Best Venue for Big Fat weddings (WOW Awards Asia 2018) viii. Best New Hotel - IT List of Travel & Leisure ix. Best Venue for SPOTLIGHT Awards EEMA 2018


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Mountain)
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Water sports

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Taxi

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space5,574 sq. m
Meeting rooms5
Largest room992 sq. m
Second largest room671 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)91 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms245


Local Attractions

The City Palace

16 km away
The spectacular City Palace is the residence of the former ruling family of Jaipur. It occupies the centre of the city, covering one-seventh of its area and surrounded by a high wall - the Sarahad. The architecture combines elements of Rajput beauty with Mughal spaciousness and English linear planning. The Jaipur royal family resides in what is known as the Peacock Courtyard, although this is no longer open to the public.

The Amber Fort

Historical landmark
7 km away
"The Fortress Palace": Amber was one of the most important of all Rajput cities. It was the ancient capital of the Kacchwaha Rajputs from the 12th century until the foundation of Jaipur in the early 18th century. The seventeenth century fort complex at Amber occupies a steep hillside, overlooking the strategic pass that gave entry to the kingdom of the Kacchwaha Maharajas from the Mughal territories to the north. Raja Man Singh, a noted Rajput general in Akbar's army, began the building of the fort palace. Although Amber had many profound years of history, it was once again Jai Singh II's vision that glorified the fort. Surrounding the fort is an 18 kilometres defence wall, which at its lowest measures 21 feet. From the fort wall, near the parade ground, a very old temple can be seen in Amber village. The Jagat Shiromani Temple was built in 16 A.D and is famous for its sculptures.

Nahargarh Fort

Historical landmark
16 km away
This small fort stands guard over Jaipur, on a sheer rock face about 2 kilometres from the city centre, dominating the skyline. The immense walls and bastions are well preserved. Built by the Maharaja Jai Singh II, this fort was used as his military base. Nahargarh took approximately 15 years to complete. The main attraction is the Hawa Mandir and Madhuvendra Bhawan used by Jai Singh II for housing his nine wives. It is also famous for its painting and artwork. Madhuvendra Bhawan is sub-divided into nine different Bhawans of the same size, and housed each of the queens of the Maharaja.

Jaigarh Fort

Historical landmark
16 km away
Jaigarh fort towers above Amber like a watchful eagle. It was built by Jaisingh II in 1726. Jaigarh housed the legendary Kacchwaha Treasury. The loyal Mina tribe, the former rulers of Amber, guarded it using their skills as archers and mountain fighters. Its gigantic bastions, gateways and watchtowers are a testimony to the power of the Jaipur Rulers. The forbidding medieval fort was never captured and so has survived virtually intact which makes it particularly interesting. The armoury at Jaigarh has a large collection of swords and small arms.

Hawa Mahal

Historical landmark
16 km away
The huge confection is a trompe l'oeil in masonry, for it tends to deceive the eye. In truth the Hawa Mahal is all façade, an elaborate palace exterior complete with nine hundred and fifty three windows and niches of inconceivable delicacy. However behind this facade are no buildings, for it is a maze of corridors and resting points. The royal women of the zenana used to peep out and see the city, or watched processions passing down below. The clever façade also trapped the breeze, earning it the name "Palace of Breezes".

Distance from airport

  • 28 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Valet parking
  • Bus parking


Away from the hustle of the city, lies an oasis of luxury, nestled in the quiet recesses of the majestic Aravalli ranges. Built as an ode to beautiful history of the Mughals and Rajput imperials, the palace hotel takes pride in 245 guest rooms that are bespoke residences exuding classic heritage influences of yore through exquisite designs & furnishings. The dining experience at Fairmont Jaipur ranges from eclectic cuisines at the all-day dining Zoya, to the unique Royal Cuisine of India at Zarin, from the somber library lounge of Aza to the vivacious tea lounge of Anjum facing the scenic valleys of the Aravallis & the classic Cigar Diwan. Note : Hotel provides free WIFI.

Additional Information

The hotel is located at a mere distance of 10 minutes from the major sightseeing attractions of the Pink City.


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