One of the nation’s finest and most established palace hotels, Rambagh was home to the spirited Man Singh and Gayatri Devi before its conversion into a hotel. At first, a garden house that belonged to a noble servant, and later was taken over by the state as a hunting lodge. Rambagh was changed into a grand royal residence by an English architect, Sir Swinton Jacob, who outlined large portions of the palaces in Rajasthan. To this, improvements were consequently done, and on the event of the marriage of Man Singh to Gayatri Devi, his third spouse, designers were called from London to redesign the royal residence as their picked home. Rambagh has sparkled on the worldwide circuit for its moving balls turned into the discussion of the glitterati, ever since. Today, the suites still hold their magnificence; the fountains continue to play in the Polo Bar, the formal restaurant has a painted roof reminiscent of the numerous gardens and courtyards are very much kept up by the Taj Groups of Hotels. The palace has a gigantic 106 visitor rooms and 4 suites,along with an espresso shop, and aopping arcade.