Budget hotels in Jaipur

February 5, 2018 by utpal

Budget hotels in Jaipur


Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan was founded by Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amer in 1727. It is a home to two UNESCO world heritage sites, namely, the Jantar Mantar and the Amer Fort. Popularly known as the “ Pink City”… it forms a part of the “ Golden Triangle tourist Circuit”.

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Jai Singh consulted several books on architecture and architects while planning the layout of Jaipur. Jaipur was planned based on the principles of Vastu and Shilpa shastra under the guidance of Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. The construction of the city began in 1726 and took four years to complete the major roads, offices and palaces.Continue reading for budget hotels in Jaipur.

Jaipur stands out amongst the most socially rich legacy urban areas in India. Established in the year 1727, the city is named after Maharaja Jai Singh II who was the primary organizer of this city.

During the rule of Sawai Ram Singh I, the city was painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, in 1876. Many of the avenues remained painted in pink, giving Jaipur a distinctive appearance and the epithet Pink city.Continue reading for budget hotels in Jaipur.

Tourism in Jaipur:
Jaipur is equally popular amongst domestic and international tourist as well.

“Inaugurating the 8th edition of the Great Indian Travel Bazaar (GITB) here, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ms Vasundhara Raje said: ” We expect a quantum jump in the tourist arrivals by 2018 , with foreign tourists going up from 1.5 million to 2.5 million and domestic tourists from 33 million to 50 million by 2018.”

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Time to visit to Jaipur
It is advised to avoid the Summer months (April-June) as temperatures will shoot up (sometimes up to 47°C) making the holiday far less comfortable.

However, April does still have its perks; Gangaur Festival is held in honour of Lord Shiv and Goddess Parvati, so one can expect to see lots of bright colours and taste their popular sweet dish: Ghewar.

The best time to visit is October – March, although in winter (November-February) temperatures drop to around 4°C in the evening. Yet, these are definitely the best months to be out and  do the sightseeing, as temperature are usually around 18-27°C during the day.Continue reading for budget hotels in Jaipur.


Places to Visit in Jaipur

The Jaivana Cannon, Jaigarh Fort

The story goes that during the war between the Jaipur Royalty and Mughals  in the 17th century, the Maharaja of Jaipur wanted to build a canon so large that it could destroy large amounts of  opponents  in one go. This is how the Jaivana Cannon was born – it is the world’s largest wheeled cannon and having a firing range  of  40kms with around 100 kgs of gunpowder!
Location Above Amber Fort, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001, India.

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The Amer Fort

The Amer Fort (also known as The Amber Fort or Amber Palace) is a grand fortress, located just over 10km outside of the Pink City; with its serpentine staircases and  this is a key sight to see for anyone visiting Jaipur.Overlooking Maota Lake, this  fort takes around 2 hours to discover.

The Amer Fort is incredibly popular place to visit in Jaipur so queues are inevitable. The sight is open from 8am-6pm and last entrance is at 5.30pm.

Galtaji Temple

Located approximately 10 km away from Jaipur is Galtaji Temple, also  called as the Monkey Temple; this historic temple is a site of pilgrimage for Hindus and  interesting sight for tourists.

The temple is set across fresh water springs and holy kunds (water tanks); one of the kunds, named Galta, is rumoured to never dry out, making it the most holy of all them all. The temple’s intricate walkways and beautiful architecture is built into the rocks surrounding it.Continue reading for budget hotels in Jaipur.

Nahargarh Fort

For an aerial view of the entire Pink City, take a trip to the Nahargarh Fort, where you will be above to look over  that Jaipur has to offer.

Located high up in the Aravalli Hills, this fort was one of three that stood to defend this rich city from any enemies. This fort has had many vocations; a hunting lodge for maharajas, a safety house for British diplomats and the location where peace treaties were signed, but never as a war fort.

Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal is an architectural marvel   to behold. This 5-storey structure was built in 1799; its pink honeycomb complexion is an architects dream and adds to the glamour to the pink city. The women of the Royal family were once not allowed out in public places so the Hawa Mahal was built to ensure they had a great view of the life of the city; the 953 windows within the building helped facilitate this.


City Palace

No visit to Jaipur is complete without a visit to the City Palace; once the home of Maharajas built in 1729-1732, this predominantly pink building is now a museum where visitors can learn more about the city’s history .

City Palace includes the Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal buildings; the bottom floor of the Chandra Mahal is open to visitors, but the other 6 floors of this 7 floor palace are currently where the Maharaja’s decedents reside.

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Jantar Mantar

It is an astronomical observatory site built in the 1738. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this observatory contains the world’s largest sundial and around 20 fixed instruments designed to make astronomical observation easier with the naked eye.

They reflect the enlightened advances of science in India and ; this is a must see destination in Jaipur.

It is open from 9.00am-4.30pm daily for visitors . Refer wikipedia ” Tourism in Rajasthan” for more information.Tourism in Rajasthan


Jaipur is a shopper’s paradise.  Tourists travelling to  Jaipur from all over the world to shop for gems, crafts and other artifacts. The markets of Jaipur are always buzzing with activity at any given time.  The traditional old market is spread out around Hawa Mahal and is divided into specific zones selling specific merchandise.

Bapu Bazaar is a great place to shop for sarees and fabrics. It is also the perfect place to go shopping for trinkets and other small return gifts. Sireh Deori Bazaar and Johari Bazaar house jewelry stores and  for meenakari jewelry, a specialty of Jaipur.Continue reading for budget hotels in Jaipur.

You can also find some good shopping deals for fabrics in Johari Bazar. Kishanpole Bazar is known for the bandhani work, Nehru Bazaar for its fabric, juttis and perfumes and Maniharon Ka Rasta is a great place to go shopping for bangles.

Rajasthali Emporium ,opposite Ajmer Gate is a state emporium that sells all things Rajasthan — from artifacts to embroidery, pottery to woodwork, puppets to miniatures and brassware to bandhani fabrics. While the store is a great place to shop if you’re in a hurry, use the trip to gauge the prices of items before setting out into the bazaars of Jaipur.

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Gem Palace: India’s ancient jewellery boutique.

If anything spells luxury, The Gem Palace is it. Quite like the owners, its clientele goes back generations and its wares, though understated, are stuff that legends are made of.

Image Courtesy : The Gem Palace , Jaipur.

Today, Gem Palace has everything for someone — from contemporary designs in 18 carat gold to Rajasthani-Mughal pieces for the traditionally inclined. And unlike most jewelry stores, Gem Palace even has something for the men — from cuffs to sherwani and tuxedo buttons to walking sticks with jeweled handles and more.Continue reading for budget hotels in Jaipur.



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As per “Travel Gurus” – the hotel experts … “there are around 1227 hotel (belongs to various ratings) are available in Jaipur to accommodate tourists .Depending upon personal budgets and choices, one can pick up the right choice, while visiting Jaipur. For details one can log on to https://www.travelguru.com/hotels/hotels-in-jaipur and avail the ongoing special offers/packages.”

In this blog, we specifically would present around 25 budget properties at various locations of the city, suitable to middle class tourist segment.




Treebo Hotels is India’s third largest budget hotel chain] and operates in the budget segment of the hospitality sector is estimated to be around $20B in size.

Treebo operates on a franchise model and emphasizes tight quality control. As of January 2018, Treebo Hotels operates 285+ hotels in 66 Indian cities


1.Treebo Corporate In ( location: Raja Park Jaipur)

2.Treebo Indiana pride ( Location: Lalkothi Jaipur)

3.Treebo Indiana classic ( Location: near Vidhan sabha, Jaipur).

4.Treebo Grand         ( location Mansorovar Jaipur)

5.Treebo Anchorage   ( location Malviya nagar Jaipur)
6.Treebo Raya Inn       ( location Jaipur railway station)

7.Treebo Aroma residency ( location Bani park Jaipur)

8.Treebo Signature inn (location Malviya nagar)

9.Treebo Woodvilla suites ( location Bapa nagar)

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FAB Hotels

It is a dynamic budget hotels brand, now with 275+ hotels in 25+ Indian cities and offers it’s customers  a reliable, trustworthy and value for money accommodation .

With technology at the center of consumer experience and backend operations, It is a budget hospitality brand missing for so long in India. All the FAB  hotel properties follow rigorous housekeeping procedures , strict auditing processes and supplemented by  courteous trained staff  to ensure a hassle-free experience to its valued customers.

Fab Hotel Royal CM Bani Park( Location : Near Sp Cinema, Bani Park Jaipur)

Fab Hotel Dior Pink City( Location : Jai Mahal)

Fab Hotel Padmavati Palace   Mansorovar ( Location Nirman Nagar, near Ryan school)

Fab Hotel Amer City Heritage ( Location : Amer Road)

Fab Hotel Samer Jaipur Airport( Location : Near Jawahar Circle)

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Yatra.com is a leading aggregator of Hotels globally. With over 64,500+ hotels in India covering 1100 cities, it is India’s largest platform for Domestic Hotels. Internationally it has more than 5 lakh hotels associated .

Yatra  extends  customers a wide range of hotels in India and abroad. It offers everything from budget hotels, to luxury resorts and heritage properties and star category hotels as well.  It provides the best deals on hotels in India and abroad. It also has the Triple Assurance guarantee on many of its domestic properties that assure customers of lowest prices and confirmed check-in.

Hotel Kalyan  (Location : Jaipur Railway Station).

Hotel Golden Deluxe ( Location Siddhant)
Hotel Grande Residency( Location : Jaipur Sindhi camp bus stand)

Hotel Jai maa palace ( Location : Jaipur railway station)

Bani Park Hotel ( Location : Bani park Jaipur)

Hotel Abhineet Palace( Location: Jaipur railway station road)

Hotel Ruby( Location : Jaipur Sindhi camp road bus stand)

Hotel Vaishnavi( Location : Bani park Jaipur)

Surbhi Palace( Location Subhash Nagar Jaipur)

Sunder Palace Guest House( Location : Ajmer road)

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About the Blogger

I , Utpal , have recently made an entry in to the world of “bloggers” as I find it to be an interesting enough as a hobby. Not only it enriches the self-knowledge and also keep you in high spirits when you receive feedback and appreciation from the audience. “ Budget hotels in Jaipur” .. Effectively is my fourth blog and hope to provide the readers an interesting reading.

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  3. Wondering where to stay in Jaipur? The city has a great range of accommodations for all budgets, from plush palaces to lively backpacker hostels. Many of them are heritage hotels. In terms of location, the peaceful residential neighborhoods of Bani Park and Hathroi Fort are ideally situated central to Jaipur’s railway station and Old City.

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