An ode to the pink city of Jaipur | Fairmont Jaipur

A paradise for art and culture enthusiasts, the land of the warriors, Rajasthan, is beckoned with architectural marvels, deep-rooted history, rich cultural heritage and wholesome satisfying food. The desert-land of India catches every eyeball with striking colours set in its pale silhouette. For a property to imbibe and fabricate the essence of the land of the Royals is a challenging task, but one that Fairmont, Jaipur, has accomplished with finesse, ticking all the right boxes for a wonderful experience.

Nestled in the muted Aravali Hills, Fairmont, Jaipur offers the grandeur and opulence of a Palace paired with the adroitness of a 5-star property. Holding Rajasthani decor in its prime, Fairmont boasts of 225 rooms and suites, each done tastefully with traditional motifs, endued with modern amenities, assuring you of an experience like none other. Meticulously designed rooms are marked with timber doors, private foyers, vaulted ceilings, large soaker tubs, plush linens, all fused with the intricate Rajasthani artefacts and wall murals.

Situated at a distance of 28km from Jaipur International Airport and at a distance of 2km from Jaipur Railway Station, Fairmont is the first property that one would encounter while coming from Delhi on-road. Away from the city’s humdrum and hustle and yet being in close proximity to famous city attractions like City Palace, Ram Niwas Garden and Jantar Mantar, make Fairmont an ideal retreat for those seeking the adventure of a traveller and a refuge from it at the plush property.

Things to do:
While you’re not exploring the city, there’s a lot that the property has at disposal, keeping you engaged and ensuring not a single moment of boredom. Take a dip in the magnificent swimming pool, explore the beautiful property, soak in the grandeur while sitting in the beautiful green garden right next to the beautiful Saheliyon ki Bari, get fit at the state-of-the-art Fitness Centre or pay a visit to the Cigar Diwan, the perfect place to retire after dinner with the poison of your choice in your hand.

There’s nothing more alluring than a great dining experience that pleases your palate making it a memorable meal. Fairmont has two dining restaurants, namely Zoya and Zarin and a bar named Aza.

The perfect destination for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Zoya is done up in regal hues of gold and cream. Heavy carved wooden furniture, a splash of royal blue, intricate chandeliers and a mesmerising view of the property is what the restaurant is stamped with. Offering a delectable mix of Continental, North Indian and Rajasthani delicacies, Zoya aims to cater to every palate to ensure that nobody goes dissatisfied. Whether you’re in the mood for a healthy salad or a calorie-laden burger, you’ll get it all here. While each dish is prepared with utmost care and oodles of love, the fiery laal maas is a dish that you shouldn’t miss on to. Authentic preparation of this delectable quintessential Rajasthani curry, the laal maas at Zoya will testify if you can actually handle the heat of the red chillies. Coax your palate with the sensual 5 senses chocolate dessert, that gets poured with warm melted chocolate only to elevate it to a whole new level.

The perfect place for an intimate dinner rendezvous with your loved one, the palatial yet romantic interiors of Zarin set the tone for a perfect candlelit date accompanied with a Persian inspired menu featuring jujeh and kubbideh kebabs, lagaan istoo and Iranian haleem amongst others. The Indo-Persian restaurant celebrates an impeccable flavour journey to Iran, Uzbekistan and other Gulf regions.

From the very moment you enter the colossal gate, being showered in petals of desi gulab till the very end of checking out from the room, the fuss-free and cordial service would only force you to back no sooner than later. Combining glories of regality with modern-day comfort, Fairmont, Jaipur should be topping your list while visiting the Pink City, Jaipur.

Address: The Fairmont Jaipur, 2, Riico Kukas , Jaipur , India

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