The Rambagh Palace in Jaipur, Rajasthan is the former residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur originally built in 1835. What was previously a residence is now a hotel, located outside the walls of the city of Jaipur on Bhawani Singh Road. The finest Rajput traditions and heritage pour out of every brick and cornice of the famed Rambagh Palace.
Bhawani Singh Road Jaipur Rajasthan India 302005
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" As a Royal Palace, converted into a luxury hotel, we have introduced Frette to our high end suites in order to enhance the guest experience. Our guests get a chance of escaping from their normal modern lifestyle to the glittering age of bygone age of Maharaja’s where luxury was intertwined with the daily passage of life. "
We had the exclusive opportunity to sit down with Mr. Kunal Roy, the Executive Housekeeper at the Taj Rambagh Palace.
What was your design inspiration for the Taj Rambagh Palace?
It is an amalgamation of Mughal & Rajput architecture.
What is unique about your property?
Architecture, Gardens & Steeped in Royal Aura of Bygone era of the Maharaja’s.
What was important about having Frette in your property?
What Rambagh is to luxury in Hotels, Frette is to luxury in linen. Having Frette in our property keeps us ahead of our competitors.
How do Frette linens add to the design of the hotel?
As a Royal Palace, converted into a luxury hotel, we have introduced Frette to our high-end suites in order to enhance the guest experience.
Escape into Frette is the new brand campaign of Frette. What is your personal idea of escapism?
Being associated with Rambagh Palace, our guests get a chance to escape from their normal modern lifestyle to the glittering age of Maharaja’s where luxury was intertwined with the daily passage of life. Escapism for our guests thus would mean a portal to the shining age of the Maharaja’s.
What does it feel like to wrap yourself in Frette?
The feel is elegant and offers the royal touch of smoothness & comfort.
How would you describe the the feeling of Frette linens in three words?
Ensconcing amidst luxury.
If you only have 72 hours in Jaipur what would you recommend doing or seeing?
Jaipur being colourful city ebbed with chaotic streets. Other than an obvious visit to the famed City Palace, a visit to the Jantar Mantar, the royal observatory, the honey comb structure of Hawa Mahal & the fairy tale grandeur of Amber Fort would also be a good idea to relish your thirst for travel. But obviously the day must end with a warm & cozy sleep wrapped around with a touch of luxury from Frette.