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By RTDC bus
The most popular option from Delhi is the Shatabdi express which departs New Delhi station at 6:05AM and reaches Jaipur at 10:30AM.
There are three major railway stations Jaipur Junction (main station),Durgapura and Gandhinagar (Jaipur), which is not to be confused with Gandhinagar in Gujarat state. All trains stop at Jaipur Junction and a few trains stop at Durgapura and Gandhinagar stations also. There is a prepaid taxi stand at Jaipur Junction.
===By bus===
There are many car rental services in Delhi and Gurgaon which can provide chauffeur driven cars to Jaipur, Car Rental Company offer online Cabs and Taxi Booking facility with the well mentioned chauffeurs.
 
*<see name="Metro International Tours & Travels" alt="" address="Shop No 26, Distric Shopping Centre, Sarsawati Nagar, Basni 1st Phase, Jodhpur - 342005" directions="" phone="+91-9928516785" url="http://www.carrentalatjodhpur.com/" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Jodhpur largest Car Rental and Hire Company offers cheap car hire & car rental deals in Jodhpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, we provides the best prices on car rentals all over the Rajasthan.</see>
 
* <listing name="Jamuwai Tours and Travels" alt="Jamuwai tours and travels" address="Gopalbari, Jaipur" directions="" phone="097 9913 6039" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]">Jaipur Tour by Car, Starts from Rs. 1000 only. We believe in Atithi Devo Bhava</listing>
 
 
* <listing name="BookCab" alt="book cab" address="" directions="" phone="080 3000 3000" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]"> For more information : [http://www.bookcab.in/jaipur/car-rental Visit site]</listing>
==Get around==
===By RTDC bus===
It is the best and cheaper way to visit the Jaipur Local Sights by RTDC (Rajasthan Tourism Dept. Corp.) There are three type of tours: 1) full day tour (Jun-2012 price: 300 Rs), 2) half day tour (Jun-2012 price: 250 Rs) and 3) Pink city by night tour (Jun-2012 price: 375 Rs). For details see the website [http://www.rtdc.in/ctt.htm]. There will be one guide with each bus to give you brief info about all sights. Reports indicate that many times the buses are late, and the miss lots of the destinations on the list. Also, the buses will often stop at overpriced markets and shops.
===By local bus===
===By taxi===
 
*<see name="Metro International Tours & Travels" alt="" address="Shop No 26, Distric Shopping Centre, Sarsawati Nagar, Basni 1st Phase, Jodhpur - 342005" directions="" phone="+91-9928516785" url="http://www.carrentalatjodhpur.com/" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Jodhpur largest Car Rental and Hire Company offers cheap car hire & car rental deals in Jodhpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, we provides the best prices on car rentals all over the Rajasthan.</see>
The taxis in Jaipur are very convenient and comfortable. Most of the vehicles are Maruti Omni Vans or Tata Indica cars, which are much safer than Auto rickshaws, and the drivers are polite. If you are alone or going to an unknown destination, you are strongly advised to choose this option, even though the rates will be double that of an autorickshaw. you must call for a taxi, as it is nearly impossible to hail one unless you are at a major point like the airport. When you call, you should negotiate a fare (or agree on using the meter) and get the taxi's 'number'. The taxi will come pick you up, and call you when they are close. Taxis generally have yellow license plates with black letters. Some taxis are painted with yellow & black color scheme on their body which helps to uniquely identify from the private cars.
 
===By car===
==See==
* <see name="Amber Fort" alt="" address="" directions="11 km North of central Jaipur, local bus #5 from Hawa Mahal or New Gate" phone="+91 14 1253 0293" url="" hours="08:00-17:30" price="Rs 25/10 for Indian/student and Rs 200/100 for foreigner/student. Included in the 5-monument Composite Ticket. Camera free. Audioguides Rs 100" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">This massive fort-palace complex built in hybrid Hindu-Muslim style dates back to Raja Man Singh and was the royal palace of the Kachwahas from c. 1600-1727. The name has nothing to do with the rather pretty pastel yellow colour; instead, the fort is named after the town of Amber, in turn named after the goddess Amba. The main sights within the fort include the ''Sheesh Mahal'', adorned with thousands on thousands of mirror tiles on the walls and ceiling. The fort/palace grounds are sprawling and the information panels (hindi/english) are somewhat limited, so it might be worth getting an audio guide or a real guide. It's a bit of a hike up from the town, and the touristy thing to do is to hitch an elephant ride to the top (in order to get an elephant it is better to to arrive there in the morning, otherwise at midday the elephants are over. But the road that elephants pass is not so long). The elephant riding costs 900 (fixed government price) as of July 5th 2011. The real guide will cost about Rs 70-100 and will also take you to the Rajasthan Kala Mandir (a government operated shop) to buy souvenirs. The guide gets a 2% commission on the items you buy. Also see the ''Amber Light Show'' below.</see>
 
[http://www.pinkcity.com/places-to-visit-2/amber-sight-scene-jaipur/ Amber Fort Video]
[http://www.pinkcity.com/gallery/amber-fort-wall-pictures/ Amber Fort Photo Gallery]
 
 
* <see name="Jaigarh Fort" alt="" address="" directions="A 1 km walk uphill from '''Amber Fort''', or Rs 100/200 for motorbike/auto-rickshaw" phone="+91 14 1267 1848" url="" hours="09:00-16:30" price="Rs 35/85 for Indian/foreigner. Included with the 1-week City Palace ticket. Camera Rs 50. Video Rs 200. Automobile Rs 50" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Never conquered in battle, this was considered the strongest of the three forts in the area. It is best known as the site of the world's largest cannon, the ''Jaivana'', which was test-fired only once &mdash; according to legend, despite using only the half the design amount of gunpowder, the cannonball flew 35 km! A better reason to visit the fort, though, are the scenic gardens at the other end and the spectacular views over the Amber Fort and the hills around. The remains of the foundry where the Jaivana (and many more) were cast are also in the fort grounds. Please note, there are multiple board with "no tips allowed" if you have someone bothering you.</see>
* '''Moti Doongari''' temple is located in the center of Jaipur city. This Temple is the main center of religion for Jaipur people. Moti Dungri is basically a small hill, which means Pearl Hill. There is a Temple and a Palace on this hill. Moti Dungri temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and it is said that at the time of building this city, this temple was constructed first to protect the city.
* <see name="Lakshmi Narayan Temple (aka The Marble Temple)" alt="Birla Temple" address="" directions="below the well known Moti Dungri fort" phone="" emailurl="" hours="" price="" faxlat="" urllong="" hoursemail="" pricefax="">is a relatively new temple made of white marble with beautiful carvings. It covers a vast area in Jaipur city and is built in a contemporary manner. Birla Temple is completely constructed with finest high quality white marbles.sachish mittal is also know as</see>
* '''Akshardham Temple (at Vaishali Nagar)
===Monuments===
[[Image:Jantar Mantar.JPG|thumb|left|250px|Jantar Mantar]] 
* <see name="Jantar Mantar" alt="" address="" directions="very close to the City Palace." phone="+91-141-261-0494" url="http://www.travelinput.com/jantar-mantar-the-jaipur-astronomical-instruments-collection/" hours="9:00 a.m-4:30 p.m." price="Rs20 for Indians, Rs300 for foreigners (ticket includes 2 days' free entry to Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh, the Amber Palace and the Albert Hall)." lat="" long="" email="" fax="">This UNESCO world heritage site is the largest of five astronomical observatories build by Maharaja Jai Singh during the period 1727-1734 in north India. The observatory consists of fourteen major geometric devices (or ''yantras'' in Hindi) for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars in their orbits, ascertaining the declinations of planets and determining the celestial altitudes etc. There is signage providing elaborate explanations for the use of each device, and guides can be hired to provide much the same information in a more digestible format. The audio guide at the observatory is fairly expensive, goes in a confusing order around the astronomical devices, but goes into a lot of detail about the site and the science of the instruments in the observatory.. The observatory, the water and the wind palace are free on the 18th of May.
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[[Image: HawaMahal.jpg|thumb|240px|Hawa Mahal]]
 
* <see name="Hawa Mahal" alt="Palace of Breeze" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="Rs 50. Included in the 5-monument Composite Ticket. Camera free" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Singh as part of City Palace. It was an extension of the ''Zenana'' (women) chamber. It's purpose was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life in the street below without being seen. It is a five storey high red sandstone structure complete with over 950 windows. The breeze (or hawa in Hindi) circulates through these windows giving the palace its name. Free on May 18th.</see>
* <see name="GaitoreIswari Minar Swarga Sal" alt="Gatore" address="Chandpol Bazaar near City Palace" directions="In Look for the walled city area named Brahmpuribig tall tower near Tripolia Gate. The entrance is not from the main street, but is around the back of the shops. You can get there from the alley that’s 50m west of the minaret along Chandpol Bazaar, there's also an entrance near the foothills City Palace, which is 50m west of Nahargarh FortTripolia Gate and 200m east of the minaret." phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="Indian/foreigner Rs5/10, camera/video Rs10/20">This There is an alternative to the minor that's open 24/7. Just across the other side of the road (Chandpol Bazaar) from the minaret is a royal cremation site of shopping complex with stairs up to a rooftop area where you can get basically the same view as from the minar. To get there, go through the arched gateway almost opposite the minar, then as soon as you get to the courtyard, look to the left for a metal spiral staircase and keep climbing until you reach the roof, walk around the corder to the royal rulers next set of jaipurstair and go up another floor until you know you can't go any higher.</see>
[[Image:Gatore_Ki_Chattriyan.jpg|thumb|left|350px|Gatore Ki Chattriyan]]* <see name="Iswari Minar Swarga Sal" alt="" address="Chandpol Bazaar near City PalaceGatore Ki Chattriyan" directions="Look for In the big tall tower near Tripolia Gate. The entrance is not from walled city area named Brahmpuri, the main street, but foothills of Nahargarh Fort">This is around a royal cremation site of the back royal rulers of the shopsJaipur. You can It does not get there from the alley that’s 50m west of the minaret along Chandpol Bazaarmany visitors, there's also making it an entrance near the City Palace, which is 50m west oasis of Tripolia Gate calm and 200m east of the minaret." phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="Indian/foreigner Rs5/10, camera/video Rs10/20">There is an alternative to peacefulness in the minor that's open 24/7frenetic city center. Just across the other side of the road (Chandpol Bazaar) from the minaret is a shopping complex with stairs up to a rooftop area where you can get basically the same view as from the minarMany beautiful architectural details are carved into these buildings. To get there, go through the arched gateway almost opposite the minar, then as soon as you get Very worthwhile to the courtyard, look to the left for a metal spiral staircase and keep climbing until you reach the roof, walk around the corder to the next set of stair and go up another floor until you know you can't go any highervisit.</see>
===Gardens===
===Activities and entertainment ===
* Visit the '''bazaar''' in the city centre. An evening visit is a complete assault on the senses - the colours, the sights, the sounds and the smells. There are different specialist zones, whether it's food, flowers, textiles, carved statues or plumbing. While you should always be wary(read up about gem scams thoroughly before arriving and be particularly cautious if approached by guys slightly too eager to hang out and go for drinks etc, as this can often be the beginnings of a very widespread scam which at best will waste your time and at worst cost you thousands), be sure not to completely close yourself out to the locals as one of the highlights of Rajasthan is the chance to interact with the friendly people. It is not uncommon unheard of to be invited to homes for dinner, parties, and even weddings as many middle class young people are curious of foreigners and genuinely very hospitable as is the open culture of the region (which you will not find so widely in Delhi/Agra). Be sure to spend time time sharing masala chai and chatting with some of the gen Y of Rajasthan.
[[Image:amber_sound_and_light_show_at_jaipur.jpg|thumb|240 px|'''The Amber''' son-et-lumiere]]
* <see name="Amber Fort Sound and Light Show" alt="" address="Lower Amber Fort" directions="" phone="+91 14 1270 9162" email="[email protected]" hours="7 PM - 8 PM" price="Rs 100" lat="" long="">Experience the history, culture and life of Amber through this spectacular show. Amitabh Bachhan narrates the story of Rajasthani kings with a script written by Gulzar. Don't forget the mosquito repellent. The light show can be watched from outside the fort, but the sound won't be audible from there.</see>
[[Image:amber_sound_and_light_show_at_jaipur.jpg|thumb|240 px|'''The Amber''' son-et-lumiere]]
[[Image:Raj_Mandir.jpg|thumb|350px|left|Lobby of the Raj Mandir Cinema]]* '''Raj Mandir Theatre'''. The dazzling neon-lit exterior doesn't quite prepare you for the stunning art-deco-India-style interior. An experience in itself, and another "don't miss.". Once known as the best movie theater in India, and still the best in Rajasthan, it offers an overwhelming experience. From the pushing, shoving, and general chaos in the ticket line, to an audience that laughs, cries, cheers, claps, and consistently talks through the entire film, the Raj Mandir provides an insight into Rajasthani culture. The movies themselves are always interesting; ''Masala'' movies are action, drama, mystery, suspense, and epics all wrapped into one single movie, teeming with dances and obligatory wet sari scenes, and unabashedly lifting generous amounts of plot devices from Western movies. The theater-goers are very friendly and genuinely curious about overseas visitors who come to the Raj. Expect to answer many questions about country of origin and movie likes and dislikes, as well as take photos of theater-goers themselves with their mobile phones. Don't be put off by "House Full" notices at the entrance. The box office opens again a nominal 45 minutes before the next performance, and there are usually tickets available. Box seats at Rs 120 go first, so its it's worth going early to avoid disappointment. Shows at 6:30PM and 9:30PM. A great place to meet locals, with the nearby McDonald's as a central congregation spot.
* '''Nad Sadhna''' [nadsadhna.com]. Provides a platform to learn Indian Music (Vocal, Instrumental and Dance) from an experienced musician.
* '''Bazaar'''. A brilliant colorful explosion of flowers, elephants, ox carts, and wares. The traveller will smell the deep aroma of spices in canvas bags, the fetid smell of animals and open sewers, the sweet waft of tea, and the crusty acrid burn of dust and exhaust. The noise is chaotic, the people constantly will stare if you are a Westerner and anybody who has something to sell will try to sell it to you, repeatedly. Watch cobras dance out of their wicker baskets, and don't be too surprised if the snake charmer slaps his cobra for having a wayward eye. Be prepared to be asked for money if you plan to take photographs of snake-charmers and beggars.
*'''Rajais''' Jaipur is famous for its 'Rajais' (A type of light quilt stuffed with cotton). You can get colourful &amp; soft `Shaneel ki Rajai' in a velvet finish. These are quiet warm, soft and long lasting. You can shop in the main market area. But remember to bargain. If you want to be sure of quality and are willing you shell few extra bucks, visit govt. stores for rajais.Beware: After a tour of City Palace, some guides may take you to the shop inside the premises where they will show you how the traditional block print is done using natural colors. Then will make a sales pitch and show you overpriced rajais saying they are selling them cheap compared to market prices,that they are being run by trust and are salaried employees. Please visit the market before deciding to buy here as you will find the same rajais in the market at one-third of the price and the quality and design are not good.
*'''Jewels''' Jaipur is also known as the gems and jewelry capital of the world, it is famous for its many jewel merchants where you can get great deals on semi-precious gems such as turquoise, lapiz, tiger eye, and the magnificent rubystar (a gem found only in India that is distinct for the 6pointed star it shines under natural light). Expect to pay ~Rs 3,000 for a rubystar ring.
The place to visit for finest jewelry.</buy>
*<buy name="Agarwal Matrimonial" alt="" address="A-1 Saraswati Colony,Tonk Road, Jaipur" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.agarwalladkiladka.com" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">
</buy>
==To Do==
*<eat name="Kalyan Restaurant-Rooftop & Indoor" alt="" address="In Hotel Kalyan | 59 Hathroi Fort,AJmer Road,Jaipur,302001" directions="1 Km from Railway Station and central Bus Stand" phone="91-9314501591" url="http://www.hotelkalyan.com" hours="7:00 A.M. to 11:30 P.M." price="60 to 480" lat="26.912416" long="75.787288">Kalyan Restaurant-Rooftop & Indoor is a specially designed restaurant with the motto of Stay Well Planted.The restaurant has lots of plants to have their customers dine with pleasure and in fresh Air.One more specialization of this restaurant is that it also has a tower built where customers can go up and enjoy panoramic views of city 360 degree from beautiful cute rooftop.For the dinner Vegetable Thalia would be a great option here.The owners are also there explaining everyone about the city. A must visit restaurant if you are on Jaipur. </eat>
 
 
 
 
* '''Chokhi Dhani''', Rajasthani food served in a traditional style mock village. Chokhi Dhani a.k.a Lalten Restaurant is a more popular place because of being on the main road near the airport and excellent to do things like horse riding, camel riding, maze, boating, kathputli (puppet) show. Opens at 6PM, and be sure to get here early as many of the sites are difficult to see when it gets dark; 30 min rickshaw ride from Central Jaipur. Rs 450 per person entry, Rs 650 if you would like a seated meal rather than the simple buffet. Nice place to visit but please beware that is a "walled garden" with everything inside (rides, snacks, etc) costing extra, also avoid going there during rainy season.
* '''Apno Gaon'''. Vegetarian food, including fresh vegetables and fruits. Slightly away from the main city one has to go in for a bumpy ride to reach there. Cost is Rs 350 per person.
* '''Natraj''', MI Rd. Vegetarian, specialty is the Rajasthani Thali. The main courses are Rs 90-175 and some thalis a bit more. Credit cards are accepted and they do not serve alcohol. *No longer as cheap. Main course around 200 - 300 and plain rice 150.
* '''Loharu House''',this is the house of a Royal Family in Civil Lines. You can call in advance and request a special dinner. ☎ +91 141 222 5251, +91 141 222 5945
*<eat name="Moti Mahal Delux" alt="" address="5,kamal mansion,M.I. Rd, Jaipur-1" directions="near Paanch Batti and Rajmandir cinema hall" phone="+91 141 4017733" url="" hours="11AM-11PM" price="Expect to pay Rs 500+ for a meal for two" lat="" long="" checkin="" checkout="">Great for authentic Indian tandoori food. Their specialities include butter chicken, tandoori chicken, dal makhani and hand churned kulfi. Started by legendary indian gourmet chef Kundan lal Gujral.</eat>
*<eat name="Candles & Cuisines" alt="Candles & Cuisines " address="C-18, Vaishali Marg , Vaishali Nagar " directions="Near Amrapali Circle" phone="01414011141" url="www.youngattitude.info" hours="12" price="230" lat="" long="">Candles and cuisines is a fine dining multi cuisines chain in Vaishali Nagar. Vegetarian restaurant with many ambiances integrated from High Romance to a Good Happy Go Lucky Culture with Disc and banquet</eat>
*<eat name="Kalyan Restaurant-Rooftop & amp; Indoor" alt="" address="In Hotel Kalyan | 59 Hathroi Fort,AJmer Road,Jaipur,302001" directions="1 Km from Railway Station and central Bus Stand" phone="91-9314501591" url="http://www.hotelkalyan.com" hours="7:00 A.M. to 11:30 P.M." price="60 to 480" lat="26.912416" long="75.787288">Kalyan Restaurant-Rooftop & Indoor is a specially designed restaurant with the motto of Stay Well Planted.The restaurant has lots of plants to have their customers dine with pleasure and in fresh Air.One more specialization of this restaurant is that it also has a tower built where customers can go up and enjoy panoramic views of city 360 degree from beautiful cute rooftop.For the dinner Vegetable Thalia would be a great option here.The owners are also there explaining everyone about the city. A must visit restaurant if you are on Jaipur. </eat>
*<eat name="Krishna Roof Top & Garden Restaurant" alt="" address="E-26 Durga Marg, Bani Park" directions="Bani Park, Near Railway Station" phone="+91-141-2201395" url="www.krishnapalace.com" hours="7:30 AM - 11:30 PM" price="50-150" lat="" long="">Krishna Roof Top & Garden Restaurant is located in Krishna Palace in Bani Park, Jaipur.
Serving all kind of dishes like European, Indian, Vegetarian, Pizza & Pasta etc at very affordable prices.</eat>
==Sleep==
* '''ZOSTEL''', 18, Opposite ESI Hospital, Civil Lines, Sodala Jaipur, Jaipur 302006, ☎ Chetan: '''+91 96865 55013 or [email protected]'''. First of its kind hostel in India. Extremely clean, hygienic place. Perfect for the solo backpacker, or the bunch of friends on a weekend getaway. Right way to explore Jaipur would be to talk to the guys who run this place. The staff is not only knowledgeable and nice, they are extremely cool and so is the whole ambience of this hostel. Absolutely awesome place. '''Priced at Rs. 349 ($6 at current exchange value)'''. Check out their reviews here - http://bit.ly/19mqxZC
*<sleep name="Udai Villa (Approved by Dept.of Tourism, Govt. of Rajasthan)" alt="" address="88-B, Kanwar Nagar, (opp Sant Kanwar Ram Lawn)
*<sleep name="Hotel Pratap" alt="" address="C-29, govind marg, rajapark" directions="Near pink square mall" phone="+91 141 2601836" url="www.hotelpratapjaipur.com" checkin="12 noon" checkout="12 noon" price="800+" lat="" long="">A budget hotel with beautiful and big rooms and near to all major tourist attraction. Free wifi facility. Also has a restaurant, bar and billiards</sleep>
*<sleep name="Ace Hotel, Jaipur" alt="" address="D - 29, Janpath, Shyamnagar" directions="" phone="+91 9024377775" url="http://acehoteljaipur.com" checkin="" checkout="" price="Rs. 1000 - Rs. 3000" lat="" long=""> Call on the given number for FREE pick-up from the railway station or bus stand. All modern facilities available like wi-fi, halls and a complementary cake for guests on their birthdays/anniversaries.</sleep>
===Budget===
* '''Sunder Palace Guest House''', [http://www.sunderpalace.com], ☎ +91 141 2360178, [mailto:[email protected] [email protected]]. Clean rooms, great service, convenient location, a rooftop restaurant, a lovely garden area and a terrace. Tiled double room with cableTV, big bathroom with hot water and a Persian carpet area with a small table where you can sip tea and read for Rs 550. Internet available at Rs 40.
 
* '''Vinayak Guest House''', Bani Park, Plot No. 4, Kabir Marg ☎ +91 141 324 9963 (''10 min walk from Collectorate Circle''). Clean, new and modern hostel that looks deceptively midrange but have Single Private (shared bathroom) for Rs250. If it's fully booked, you can even sleep in the lounge for Rs150. Within walking distance to railway station and to Collectorate Circle which is useful since bus #5 stops there. Hot water, free Wifi & rooftop restaurant (Indian & Western).
* '''Youth Hostel''', Janpath Rd, (''on the approach road of the Raj Assembly''), [http://www.yhaindia.org]. A great low budget hostel run by the Government of Rajasthan part of the Youth Hostel Association of India, affiliated to Hostelling International, offers accommodation for backpackers.
* '''Anuraag Villas''', [http://www.anuraagvilla.com/index.htm]. 3star hotel situated 15mins by rickshaw from the city center (100rps each way). Peaceful place to relax with clean comfortable rooms and internet facilities for 1300rps per night. Onsite restaurant offers very good vegetarian options Rajasthani style.
 
* '''Umaid Residency''',[http://www.umaidresidency.com link title] From the house of Umaid hotels and Apartments, the latest launch - Umaid Residency a Real Heritage Home is situated amidst the sprawling Arravali hills and beautiful landscaped buildings near the historic Amber Fort located at a distance of a mere 10 minute drive. The hotel is located in Kukas and is a 3 star heritage style hotel.
 
* <sleep name="Hotel Amanda Crown Jaipur" alt="" address="next to Hotel Arya Niwas, Sansar Chandra Road" directions="" phone="+919873975000" url="http://www.amandahotels.in"" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">24 guest rooms with good ventilation, direct-dial phone, refrigerator, and Wi Fi connectivity. Conference room that can hold up to 200 people, and An ethnic restaurant is available serving scrumptious meals to the guests. </sleep>
===Splurge===
* '''Westin''', [http://www.starwoodhotels.com/preferredguest/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=3425].
 
* <sleep name = "ITC Rajputana" url = "http://www.itchotels.in/Hotels/itcrajputana/overview.aspx" hours = "" price="">Business hotel with a unique concept of accommodation in the heart of Jaipur.</sleep>
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