Resplendent in the hues of its magnificent past, Jaipur is one of the most vibrant destinations in India. The capital and the largest city of Rajasthan, it was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II ,in 1727. Folklore has it that in 1876, the city was painted a warm pink colour to welcome the Prince of Wales (King Edward VII). Since then, the ‘pink city’, as it is lovingly called, has retained its rosy blush, which has charmed travellers from around the world.
Surrender to the charms of this beautiful city when you stay at Trident, Jaipur. Located en route to the famous Amber Fort, the hotel offers stunning views of the Mansagar lake and Jal Mahal. These vistas are best admired from the hotel’s 132 rooms and suites. Tastefully appointed, the rooms are well-lit and airy and offer all the modern amenities such as a spacious wardrobe, an LCD television, a personal bar and high speed Internet access. An intimate ‘jharokha’, at the end of each room is perfect to take in the panoramic views of the lake or the landscaped gardens, with the Aravalli range forming a dramatic backdrop. The soothing views are perfectly complemented by a selection of dining options, wellness and recreation facilities. The highlight though is our signature Trident Kids’ Club, a private, supervised play area for your children and a perfect place to let your children embark on their own fun filled holiday!
Trident, Jaipur is perfectly positioned to enjoy the city’s landmark monuments and bustling bazaars.
Elegance and comfort welcome you when you enter the 130 rooms and 2 suites at Trident, Jaipur. Inspired by the rich cultural heritage of the city, the rooms blend convenience and classic charm with discreet technology. En suite bathrooms with luxury bath amenities, high speed Internet, in-room safe, a personal bar and 24-hour in room dining are some of the features designed for your comfort. Enjoy a relaxed sleep on our 8" posturepedic mattresses and Mallard duck feather pillows, or just put your feet up and enjoy the views of the Mansagar Lake and golden sunsets in the Aravalli hills.
Rajasthan is not only famous for its majestic forts and lakes, but is also home to one of the most vibrant cuisines. The Rajput Royals loved elaborate feasts, while the nomadic desert tribes brought in the rustic influence to the food. There is a generous use of spices and grains and no Rajasthani meal is complete without ample ghee (clarified butter) or sweets. We suggest you keep the calorie count aside when you dine on authentic dishes of Rajasthan at Jal Mahal, our main restaurant. Our chefs also offer a range of dishes from European and Asian cuisines. For a fine al fresco dining experience, The Verandah offers some mouth-watering grills and barbeques. If you want to keep it light, the Mansagar Bar offers a delicious snack menu along with a choice of fine wines and spirits.