India’s famed pink city, with a unique character that is quintessentially Rajput, is more than a gateway to Rajasthan. Jaipur has a bit of everything, from the wonders of its many historic forts and palaces, to the rich vibrancy of local culture and bustling energy in its vivid bazaars.
In honor of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II becoming the first Ambassador of India to Spain, the interior of All-day dining is inspired by the theme of Spanish art and architecture. The handmade flooring tiles, colonial wooden beams, use of terracotta color, stucco, and plaster wall finish, are some of the noticeable Spanish-influenced features in that room. . Elements of various materials such as wrought iron, stone, and ceramics are used in wall hangings, chandeliers, and artifacts are craft-fully placed to elevate the entire experience of the guests. Photographs from his visit to Spain are placed to connect the guests to that era.
Named after the native spotted deer that frolics in the surrounding forests, Chital is one of Jaipur’s most atmospheric lounge bars, minus the city chaos. It serves a fine selection of Indian and international spirits, paired with a Continental food menu. Soft lighting, antique gold and copper embellishments, lithographs and trophies build a relaxed retro mood. The bar is conveniently adjacent to our stately billiards lounge where guests can carry across their drinks for a game and conversation over the astonishingly lifelike painting of African lions by iconic German wildlife artist Wilhelm Kuhnhert.
Buttercup yellow walls bearing mounted trophies, earthy rust furnishings and a central chandelier lend an old-school charm to Audhi, our North Indian cuisine specialty restaurant. Our chefs work with the freshest produce from the in-house organic farm, and guests are encouraged to engage with this sustainable farm-to-table process. Wholesome regional dishes are prepared on a traditional open-fire oven (chulha) for an intense smoky flavour to the simplest of lentils, millet breads and meat curries. Served a la carte or as pre-plated thalis, they assure a feast for all the senses. Splendid views from the restaurant enhance the magical ambience, promising memorable lunches and dinners.
The location of the outdoor bar is such that one can thoroughly enjoy the unobstructed panoramic view of the sunset from under the age old Siras (Albizia Lebbeck) Tree. Once it gets dark then either the full moon or the starry lit sky along with the sound of the crickets has its own charm and add some drama to the evening.
Dress code-Depending on the weather and occasion, it can range from decent casual to romantically formal( preferably no pointed heels for the ladies)