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Your Essential Guide To Picking The Best Area For Hotels In Jaipur

Jaipur is a popular holiday destination for tourists as it has all the elements of rich architectural elements and grandeur. From its beautiful palaces & forts, majestic temples, you’ll find heritage beauty everywhere in its old city quarter. When you are planning a trip to Jaipur it’s not just about exploring popular tourist attractions, sampling local food and shopping in old bazaars. Where to stay in Jaipur is a common query. With many options, it gets overwhelming to choose hotels in Jaipur. The choice of hotels spans from the economy to the super-luxury segment. While it is easier to choose the category and the range of hotels, things get complicated if you have to choose a hotel based on which area to stay in Jaipur. Even though they are scattered across the city but some areas have a lot of hotels. This blog is a guide on where to stay in Jaipur.

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Where To Stay In Jaipur

Please note that the following areas have a large number of hotels. There are many good hotels that are out of these clusters. Since this is a guide to picking hotel areas in Jaipur you can check the below locations.

MI Road

MI Road is a commercial hub of Jaipur. It is also an arterial road that connects the western part of the city with central areas especially the tourist areas. Most hotels in and around MI Road are mid-segment hotels. The rooms are smaller in size with no garden. There are a few exceptions though like a few hotels in Sansar Chandra Road. A big advantage of staying on MI Road is connectivity. The railway station and Bus Depot are at a few minutes’ drive. Fetching transport is easy and so are the options to eat. Public transport is easily available. There are many good hotels on MI Road, Jaipur like Radisson, Golden Tulip, and even ITC Rajputana which is slightly off near Jaipur railway station. All these are closer to the 5-star hotel category on MI road.

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C-Scheme

C-scheme is a residential cum commercial area. Very few hotels have come up during the recent years because it is one of the poshest localities of Jaipur. This area is central and well connected with most places. Hotels in this area are mid to premium segment. Another advantage of staying here is the presence of a large number of cafes and restaurants to choose from.

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Statue circle in C-Scheme, Jaipur is preferred place for many travelers for hotels

 

Sindhi Camp/ Central Bus Station

The hotels in this area are huge in number. Most hotels in Sindhi camp caters to the budget segment. One must expect chaos and clamor here. The advantage of staying in this area is the easy availability of transport and inexpensive food options. The Metro connects Sindhi Camp to the walled city area of Jaipur too.

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Kukas on Jaipur-Delhi Highway

Kukas is a hub of luxury hotels in Jaipur. A large number of resorts and international chains are present here. You can be assured of tranquillity and a peaceful environment here. On the flip-side, traveling to the city requires significant time and planning. Ola and Uber taxi services are not available in this location.

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Jaipur Airport Near Jawahar Circle

Hotels near Jaipur airport are mainly international business chains in the 4-star category. It is best suited for those looking for a peaceful stay with a short commute time from the downtown area.

Jawahar Circle & Malvia Nagar are fast developing as a cafe and restaurant hub too. Only certain locations in this area are well connected with public transport. There are a couple of international & national chain hotels near Jawahar Circle like Jaipur Marriott, Radisson Blu Jaipur, Jaipur Lalit, Sarovar to name a few.  Patrika Gate is synonymous with Jawahar Circle which also has a garden by the same name.

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Patrika Gate at Jawahar Circle, Jaipur

 

 Vaishali Nagar/ Ajmer Road

It is primarily residential but fast developing into an upcoming commercial center. Staying here entails significant commute time and money to tourist attractions and shopping areas. It makes little sense for tourists to stay here. The hotels here cater to mid-segment.

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Hotel Grand Uniara, Jaipur

Raja Park

Raja Park is a good choice for a central location. It provides easy access to the tourist attractions of the city like Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, and Jaipur City Palace to name a few. The hotels cater to budget to mid-segment.

Bani Park

Bani park offers a great alternative to Sindhi camp with a variety of hotels to choose from budget to mid-segment. This area is well connected with both the railway station and bus depot hardly a kilometer away. It is one of the best places to stay in Jaipur for tourists. The only sore point is the traffic congestion during peak hours in certain areas.

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Where to stay in Jaipur for tourists?

If you prefer centrally located hotels in Jaipur MI Road, C-Scheme, Bani Park and Raja Park are the best locations. All these locations are ideal for the tourists visiting Jaipur.

This is not an exhaustive hotel list in Jaipur since they are spread across the city. I have only listed popular areas to choose a hotel in Jaipur as these areas have the largest number of hotels. I hope people will be able to find the best hotel in this Jaipur blog.

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75 thoughts on “Your Essential Guide To Picking The Best Area For Hotels In Jaipur

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