• Experience the royal grandeur of the Diggi Palace Hotel

  • Experience a timeless sense of tranquility amidst urban chaos

  • Experience the myriad flavors of royalty

  • Experience the culture and traditions of Rajasthan

A Kaleidoscopic Journey

Situated in jaipur, an oasis in the barren landscape of Rajasthan, Diggi Palace is a poem written in stone more than 150 years ago. With its intoxicatingly rich history, array of havelis and frescoes on its walls this place will surely give any traveller unforgettable experiences.

"To know nothing of what happened before you, is to forever remain a child."

Rooms & Suites

Dining

Baradari Mahal – A Gourmet Restaurant

"Rule with the heart of a servant. Serve with the heart of a king" - Bill Johnson

Jaipur Literature Festival

Host to the biggest Literature Festival in the world right from its inception, Diggi can really boast of this jewel in its crown.

Our Guests Say

  • "Tranquility in the middle of a city!"

    We stayed here for three nights during our trip to India, and it was by far the most friendly and welcoming place we stayed. Those who worked
    at Diggi Palace could not have been more accommodating and helpful. The location is perfect, central and easily accessible, and it has a
    grass lawn, peacocks walking around and beautiful gardens. We had a huge double room with high ceilings and large double bed.
    The only small criticism was the weak shower pressure, otherwise we had a fantastic stay. We loved the cooking course, and
    really enjoyed getting to know the manager and his wife, and learning more about the culture. The restaurant also serves
    the most amazing butter chicken, the best by far!

  • "Peaceful haven"

    Set fairly close to the centre of the city, this is a quiet little oasis that could be miles away from the hustle and bustle of town.
    Check in was very efficient and the rooms were spacious and well equipped. Everything worked fine.
    The gardens were nice and shielded the hotel from the outside world. There was traditional Rajasthani dancing in the evening,
    plus a puppet show (as per most better hotels in the area).
    I had a half tandoori chicken for dinner which was superb. Breakfast included some standard Indian options, but the chef was
    also frying bacon and eggs, so it seemed silly not to.
    I'd certainly be happy to stay again, although I didn't see or try the pool. Next time...

  • "Real Indian charm at Diggi Palace"

    Our favourite hotel in India so far. Lovely comfortable room , one of many set around the central lawn . Our relaxed open
    air breakfast spot kept us entertained with Pine squirrels ,Parakeets, and Peacocks. Choice of breakfast included hot dishes
    cooked while you watch and a variety of pastries and teas. The staff were all entirely helpful. The location is only a short
    (but manic!) tuk tuk ride from the centre of the city, shops and markets.

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