Country Inn & Suites Jaipur near Top Attractions
Whether you are here on business or holiday with family, you can find plenty of nearby points of interest to keep you entertained. The Country Inn & Suites Jaipur is conveniently near top attractions like the Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal. You can tour the 18th-century City Palace, or shop for clothing and jewelry at Ganpati Plaza. With easy access to Jaipur Railway Station, just a kilometre away, and the airport, just a 12-kilometre drive, travel in the area is stress-free.
Visit these nerby attractions:
- Amber Fort (12.6 km)
Tour the spectacular gardens and sandstone temples at this 16th-century structure. Once the home of Rajput royalty, the gorgeous, white-marble Amber Fort overlooks Maota Lake and is located on the same hill as Jaigarh Fort.
- 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 unique exhibits.
- Ganpati Plaza (0.7 km)
Take the short walk to this plaza for a day of shopping for clothing and traditional Indian handicrafts, and then dine at one of several on-site eateries.
- Hawa Mahal (3.2 km)
Known as "The Palace of the Winds," Hawa Mahal features 953 windows with intricately carved latticework to provide ventilation and privacy. Built at the end of the 18th century, the Hawa Mahal is 10 minutes from the hotel.
- Jal Mahal Talav (9.4 km)
Your visit to Jaipur would not be complete without a stop at this stunningly beautiful attraction. Called the "Water Palace," Jal Mahal Talav is located in Mansagar Lake and is mostly underwater. Only the top floor is visible. Though the palace was originally used for royal parties and duck hunting, today's best views are from nearby Nahargarh Fort.
- Jantar Mantar (3.6 km)
The largest stone observatory in the world, Jantar Manta is the place to see a collection of astronomical instruments once used to provide information about the stars. Be sure to notice the amazingly detailed stone work that made this attraction a marvel of the Mughal age. The observatory still provides accurate data today.