Hotels and homestays in Jaipur | The best places to stay in Jaipur | Cyclin'Jaipur
February 3, 2015
Jaipur used to be one of the most beautiful cities of India after its creation in 1728. The capital of the widest state of India, Rajasthan, became with time a metrocity with a chaotic development, though the old Pink City kept the beauty of its royal past.
Attracting every year more than 11 thousands tourists, the hotel industry flowerished and it is a fact that it remains rather old fashion nowadays... For your stay in Jaipur you have a myriad of choice, from modern five stars hotels to homestays.
We propose you a non-exhaustive list of places, more original, more fun or more authentic, for you to make the good choice and keep the best memories of your stay in Jaipur. Here is a short selection of our favorite places to stay in Jaipur:
Karnot Mahal Hotel - Experience the beauty and splendour of the royal past of Jaipur in an authentic stunning haveli... The right place for families or couple.
Tucked in the heart of the walled city this haveli (princely Rajpout residence) has been turned into a spacious charming hotel where you can feel the royal atmosphere of Jaipur.
The price of the night is very reasonnable, around 1800 INR, depending on the period.
This is the starting point of the cycle tours of Cyclin'Jaipur and guests from the Karnot Mahal Hotel benefit from a 20% discount on their cycle tours.
Moustache Hostel - At last a real Youth Hostel in town! The right place for backpackers!
After its success in Delhi, Moustache Youth Hostel arrives in February 2015 in Jaipur. This fresh upcoming concept was much needed in Jaipur. Dedicated to backpackers, this place reflects the spirit of its young and dynamic team. You will find a cosy rooftop terrace to relax, new people to meet, a kitchen to cook your own food and many activities on donation basis!
Kalp Yoga Homestay - One room in a welcoming Indian family with yoga class! The right place for anyone who wants to practice yoga with an excellent teacher!
Kalpana is a yoga teacher who has been practicing yoga for 25 years. She gives yoga classes in English at her own place everyday and she hosts travellers in her family house situated close to the train and bus stations of Jaipur.