Shop, tour and explore the outdoors in Jaipur
Our location places you within walking distance of Ganpati Plaza, where you can shop for Indian handicrafts and savor delicious meals at one-of-a-kind eateries. Guests of Radisson Jaipur City Center enjoy easy access to nearby attractions like Amber Fort and the City Palace of Jaipur. Marvel at 18th-century architecture at Hawa Mahal, or explore Jal Mahal Talav, a picturesque palace submerged in Man Sagar Lake. With the Jaipur Railway Station within a kilometre of the hotel, you can travel to the area’s top attractions with ease.
- Ganpati Plaza (0.7 km)
Find authentic Indian clothing and traditional handicrafts at this shopping plaza within walking distance of the hotel. When you need to get off your feet awhile, visit one of several restaurants located in the plaza.
- Jantar Mantar (3.6 km)
Visit Jantar Mantar, the largest stone observatory in the world, and check out the collection of astronomical instruments and the amazing, detailed stonework that made this attraction a marvel of the Mughal age.
- Hawa Mahal (3.2 km)
Take the 10-minute drive to this 18th-century structure, known as "The Palace of Breeze." Hawa Mahal features 953 windows with intricately carved latticework to provide ventilation and privacy.
- City Palace of Jaipur (3.6 km)
This 18th-century royal residence stands as a monument to the enduring work of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. Tour the palace gardens, the courtyards, the temples and a unique museum with intriguing exhibits.
- Jal Mahal (9.4 km)
To get the best views of this unique destination, visit nearby Nahargarh Fort. Called the "Water Palace," Jal Mahal is located in Man Sagar Lake and is mostly underwater with only the top floor visible. The palace was originally used for royal parties and duck hunting.
- Amber Fort (12.6 km)
No trip to Jaipur would be complete without a stop at this impressive edifice that overlooks Maota Lake. Located on the same hill as Jaigarh Fort, Amber Fort offers tours of the spectacular gardens and sandstone temples found throughout this 16th-century, white-marble structure, which once served as the home of Rajput royalty.