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Jaipur’s Rambagh Palace Ranked Among The 50 Best Hotels Of World

Jaipur: Jaipur’s historic Rambagh Palace has been ranked amongst “50 Best Hotels & Resorts in the world in the prestigious Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice Awards 2017”.

The hotel has ranked 25th in the global rating and 2nd best in India with a total score of 98.38 out of 100 marks.

More than 3,00,000 travellers took part in the 30th Annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey.  Millions of ratings and more than 100,000 comments were used. The data was then analyzed to create a list of winning favourites that are shaping travel across different categories that include castles, safari camps, hotels, river cruises, and islands, among others. The list features the top-rated newcomers and stalwarts known for providing authentic, personalized and unexpected experiences for their travellers.

Among the hotels, the Palace has been rated highly for its commitment to quality across facilities, location, service, food, and overall value for money.

The General Manager, Rambagh Palace, Mr. Manish Gupta said that Rambagh Palace has always been a consistent testimony of trust among its guests. “We thank all of them who voted for us. This award will further inspire the iconic hotel to reach new milestones,’’ he added.

It is to be noted that this year Rambagh Palace had also rated amongst top 100 hotels in the world by ‘Travel + Leisure Readers Travel Awards 2017’. The Palace also ranked 16 in India in TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards and was rated amongst top 10 Heritage Hotels in the world by Travel Weekly, UK for the year 2017.

Rambagh Palace is a living legend in Jaipur. Originally built in 1835, Rambagh Palace has stepped gracefully through many royal transitions. In the finest tradition of Rajput hospitality, the Rambagh Palace offers its guests a taste of royal living – a luxury and extravagance that was once the sole preserve of kings. It’s elegantly done rooms, marbled corridors and majestic gardens echo with history.

By TIS Staffer
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