BUSINESS HOTELS IN JAIPUR
Besides being the capital city of the state of Rajasthan, Jaipur is also its largest city. Telling umpteen tales about its glorious bygone eras, Jaipur which is referred to as the ‘Pink City’, is a prominent tourist destination in North India. Previously the stronghold of rulers from the Rajput clan, Jaipur still stands as an ode to their rich heritage with a number of forts, palaces and marketplaces now having turned into major tourist attractions. Jaipur experiences a hot semi-arid type of weather with ridiculously hot summers and relatively cool winters. The monsoons here are marked by reasonably heavy rainfall and occasional thunderstorms. Winters months are indeed the best time to visit the city as temperatures are pegged between 10–15 °C. Jaipur stays connected to the rest of India by way of excellent road, rail and air transport systems. While Jaipur is positioned on the NH 8 between the metropolitan cities Delhi and Mumbai, Jaipur acts as the headquarters of the North West Zone of the Indian Railways. The Jaipur International Airport is just 10 km away from the heart of the city.Noteworthy corporates such as IBM, Wipro, Infosys, and Cisco have all set up offices in the city and hence, a number of business hotels in Jaipur have popped up to serve the business-traveler niche. Typically, these hotels are equipped with business-related amenities such as free Wifi, sufficiently large conference rooms with desired electronic equipments, enjoy convenient accessibility, and enable speedy check-in and check-out processes. They also come with in-house restaurants providing breakfast, lunch and dinner, apart from a limited ‘evening snack’ menu. So, go ahead and book rooms at some of the best business hotels in Jaipur.A visit to Jaipur is always synonymous with exploring the extensive historical heritage that the city offers to its visitors. Post completion of business transactions, you can check out some of Jaipur’s exquisite tourist attractions such as the City Palace which boasts a blend of Mughal and Rajputana architecture, Jantar Mantar observatory with a huge sundial, Hawa Mahal a magnificent five storied monument, Jaigarh Fort which holds the world’s largest cannon, and Jal Mahal which is set amidst the Man Sagar Lake. If your hotel happens to not have good restaurants, you can always dine out at restaurants like Kebabs and Curries Co., Barbeque Nation, Jaipur Modern Kitchen, Mughal Rasoi, Dragon House and Suvarna Mahal.