Convenient Hotel's Location Is near Jaipur Railway Station
Welcome to the heart of the Rajasthan region of India! At the Country Inn & Suites, the hotel's location puts guests near the Jaipur Railway Station, only a kilometre away, and the airport, just a 12-kilometre drive. Some of the world's grandest attractions are just steps away, including Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal. Tour the stunning 18th-century City Palace, or head to Ganpati Plaza for handmade clothing and jewellery sure to wow friends and family back home. Whatever brings you to the city, the Country Inn & Suites Jaipur is your home away from home for a relaxing, comfortable stay.
The hotel is located near these attractions:
- Amber Fort (12.6 km)
Once the home of Rajput royalty, the gorgeous, white-marble Amber Fort overlooks Maota Lake. See the 16th-century structure reflecting in the lake's serene waters as you tour the spectacular gardens and sandstone temples. Jaigarh Fort is located nearby on the same hill.
- City Palace of Jaipur (3.6 km)
Still a royal residence, the beautiful City Palace is a monument to the enduring work of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. Built in the 18th century, the palace includes gardens, courtyards, temples and a unique museum with enthralling exhibits.
- Ganpati Plaza (0.7 km)
In addition to several on-site dining establishments for grabbing a snack while you shop, Ganpati Plaza draws crowds again and again for its popular modern clothing and traditional Indian handicrafts. If you feel like splurging, this is the place to find incredible jewellery items to suit every taste. Best of all, the plaza is only a short walk from the hotel.
- Hawa Mahal (3.2 km)
Designed with 953 windows with intricately carved latticework to provide ventilation and privacy, the famous Hawa Mahal is known as "The Palace of the Winds," and is part of the City Palace complex. Built at the end of the 18th century, the Hawa Mahal is only 10 minutes from the hotel.
- Jal Mahal Talav (9.4 km)
Called the "Water Palace," Jal Mahal Talav is located in Mansagar Lake and is mostly underwater. Only the top floor is visible, and it is stunningly beautiful. 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)
With an eye to the sky and amazingly detailed stone work, Jantar Mantar is a marvel of the Mughal age. Visit the largest stone observatory in the world, to see the astronomical instruments that were once used to provide information about the stars. The observatory still provides accurate data today.