Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.9 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Johanna from Oslo
Fell like a maharaniPosted Jan 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel offers a fantastic luxury experience - service is impeccable and the rooms, buildings and grounds beautiful. Little on the pricey side, but as a "once in a lifetime experience" I would recommend it.
for Couplesby Anthony from New York City
ExtraordinaryPosted Jan 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
I have traveled the world and the Oberoi Rajavilas is one of the most fantastic places I have ever stayed. The grounds are beautiful and the rooms extraordinary. I stayed with my boyfriend in a "tent" room and it was one of the most beautiful and interesting rooms I have experienced. The staff was truly lovely, as was the Manager. Everyone went out of their way to be proactively helpful and thoughtful. Also, their "Indian specialty" restaurant was delicious. As a gay couple we felt very welcome. Anyone who has the opportunity to stay at the Oberoi Rajvilas is in for a rare treat.
for Everyoneby deirdre
a must stayPosted Sep 11, 2013
Location: its so quiet and a toyal feeling of well being upon depparture.
we arrived late, upgraded by hotel to tent, what an experience, the morning sun filled the tent ceiling yellow , the birds, peacocks outside, was unbelievable experience, would not hesitate to go back, u need to stay a week to experience hotel. a must go!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
Fantastic place but a bit of an oasis. You may find that suits your needs: an escape into a beautiful floating island in the countryside but know too that getting to anything in Jaipur is a half hour taxi away, including cheaper meals.
for Couplesby Julia from Atlanta, GA
Peaceful, beautiful & relaxingPosted Jun 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
You honestly don't feel like you're staying in a hotel at all when you stay at Rajvilas -- it's like you're visiting the home of a fantastically wealthy friend who has thought of everything. Between the comfy window seat perfect for reading and the luxurious and relaxing soaking tub, it was tough to bring ourselves to leave the room. The only sounds we heard we the peacocks who roam the grounds, and the only time we saw anyone was when we asked for someone to come by our room. Wish there was a bit more shade around the pool area, but you can't have everything. Room service was prompt and the food was terrific. Desk staff was helpful and had great suggestions for shopping in the area. Overall, a really lovely stay -- highly recommend.
for Couplesby Jason
A beautiful hotel in majestic JaipurPosted Oct 22, 2012 on Hotels.com
The Oberoi Rajvilas is unlike any other place that I've stayed. It is so beautiful and manicured, yet each suite seems so private and secluded. The staff was polite and the General Manager made sure that our stay was perfect. Will definitely stay again!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Munich
Excellent...Excellent and Jus Excellent....Posted Oct 5, 2011 on Hotels.com
Stayed at the Amravillas in Agra and had decided to try the rest of them...Rajvillas, Udaivillas etc.....Luv Rajvillas...Amazing staff and Great Atmosphere...Will definately be there on my next in laws visit to Jaipur...
Recommendedby A verified traveler from UK
The best hotel in the World-friendly Indian oasisPosted Aug 5, 2010 on Hotels.com
My mother and I arrived at the Oberoi tired from 2 weeks travelling around northern India on an early train from New Delhi. After a bad experience at New Delhi train station I was ready to cancel the rest of our India trip, but since I had pre-paid all of the hotels for the remaining 8 days we checked-in for our 3 night stay at the Jaipur Oberoi. We never left the hotel during our 3 night stay as we loved it so much. Even the shopping in the small boutique was fun given the top quality merchandise. Impecable comfort and the friendliest service we have ever encountered at any hotel in the world. We have both travelled throughout the world and stayed at luxury hotels previously, but the Oberoi in Jaipur is in a class above. AMAZING staff who welcome and aim to assist you at every moment. The resort is filled with amazing birds and the pool is truly a relaxing oasis. The food is delicious and so generous in portions. Our waiters in the restaurant were so friendly and well-read. It was a pleasure dining there every night. The waiter even knew what drink I'd had at the pool earlier. The spa treatments were incredible with the friendliest service and tranquility unlike other spas we went to in India which were snobby and rushed for no reason. My mother and I left the Oberoi reluctantly and we would have stayed our entire last week in India there if we had not already pre-paid all the other hotel nights in Agra and New Delhi. All the hotels after the Oberoi were a disappointment because we kept comparing the service, comfort and ammenities to the Jaipur Oberoi Rajvillas. I will definitely come back to this Oberoi and plan on visiting the other Oberoi resorts outside of India. I cannot commend the staff at the Jaipur Rajvillas Oberoi enough for their professionalism and service. Impecable and amazing. The only minor issue I would mention is that internet access in the lobby was charged, but this is the case at most hotels in the world these days. A half hour daily complimentary access would be fair.