The Raj Palace does India Proud- Wins the Asia’s Leading Suite Award at The World Travel Awards Asia and Australasia Ceremony 2010
The Raj Palace has been able to achieve this unique distinction for the newly opened Maharajah’s Pavilion Suite to win the award in the Asia category of the World Travel Awards–the Oscars of the Global travel and Tourism Industry.
Ankur Rara (General Manager), The Raj Palace, Jaipur (INDIA) receiving the Award from Mr. Graham Cooke, CEO and Founder of World Travel Awards
Details of Maharajah’s Pavilion (Presidential Suite) The suite is a four floor apartment with a private entrance through the Charbagh and the victory corridor, The Pavilion has a private elevator connecting all four floors and the total area of the suite is 16000 square feets and has four bedrooms.
The First Floor of the pavilion has a private lounge / lobby and the entrance leads you to your private secretarial and an extra luggage storage area, this further leads you to a large luxurious private Lounge with a bar.
The Second floor of the pavilion the was the private floor used by the ruler himself it overlooks the inner courts of the palaces, and the Charbagh gardens, it combines a double-height reception room with vaulted apartments intended for private use. It was a sleeping chamber for the Thakur Sahib and its luxurious ornamentation includes Gold leafed painted walls , Stucco and mirror work, The furniture is in gold and silver. It has a private passage connecting the different pavilions and the Zenana. The Highlight of the Suite is a private museum displaying the Old Throne and Bolsters of The Thakur Sahib (king or Maharajah)
The Third Floor of the pavilion has got the Library with a lavish Dining room connected to a kitchen, second accommodation room.
The Fourth floor of the pavilion was the pleasure pavilion in past and now has a private roof top Terrace with panoramic view of the city and a small Jacuzzi. Swimming pool, this spacious part of the pavilion has large soft seating lounge, a private bar, Library, study area and an elegant dining complete with a separate Butler entrance, a private spa adjoining the pleasure pavilion. The bedroom is laid with rich ivory and gold furniture empanelling and two luxurious bathrooms.