Mandawa Haveli Jaipur

A Beautiful Haveli Turned Into Hotel !!

Set in an area close to shops and restaurants, this informal hotel in a stately building dating from 1896 is 3 km from the striking Hawa Mahal, made of pink and red sandstone. It’s 4 km from Jaipur Junction railway station. Relaxed rooms feature ornate, carved-wood furnishings. Suites add living rooms, minifridges, tea and coffee making facilities, as well as air-conditioning. Room service is available 24 hours. Amenities include a restaurant with courtyard seating, as well as an outdoor pool, cooking classes, and Ayurvedic massage treatments. A doctor is on call.


The seventy-room Mandawa Haveli is one of the most spectacular Havelis to have been constructed in Jaipur. Originally, these wonderful Havelis were created as townhouses by the landed gentry and wealthy businessmen of the day. They were often grand affairs with terraces and several courtyards which served to provide shade as well as keep the houses light and well ventilated, essential in the harsh climates of Rajasthan. Today, many of these have been converted into charming hotels. Mandawa Haveli was originally built in 1896, as the townhouse of Thakur Bhagwat Singh Ji the 15th ruler of Mandawa. True to form, it is resplendent with terraces offering views of Nahargarh Fort, shaded verandahs for the hot summer months, beautiful gardens in the cooler winter months, and boasts some of the best architecture of the day. The modern additions of a swimming pool, and choice of restaurants, add to the experience.

Located in the heart of Jaipur, Mandawa Haveli is a beautiful haveli turned hotel that combines old-world charm with present modern-day luxuries & amenities. Mandawa Haveli is the perfect base from which to explore Jaipur, from the gracious lifestyles of its regal past to its modern incarnation as an exciting & vibrant 21st-century city.


Mandawa Haveli Jaipur Address: Sansar Chandra Rd, Pink City, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001

Mandawa Haveli Jaipur Contact/Phone Number: 0141 402 1194


There are many elements to Jaipur, some expected and some not quite so! It is the capital of, and the gateway to, Rajasthan, but it is also one of India’s fastest-growing cities, with a verve and vibrancy that is addictive. It is a city where modern technology and design rub shoulders with ancient monuments and traditions which showcase the wonderful juxtaposition of old meets new. For the traveler, it is the history and heritage they seek, and the stories are woven into its forts and palaces and monuments, the better-known ones being the City Palace, The Amber Fort, The Palace of Winds, and the Observatory but there are many more to discover. There are fascinating temples, both ancient and modern, where age-old traditions take place. And its labyrinthian old townhouses and countless treasures with its bazaars, designers, street food, and age-old culture. Jaipur is also emerging as a soft adventure destination, there are city as well as countryside cycling routes, treks to ancient forts, horse riding, and hot-air ballooning. A great way to spend a weekend in a city that you think you may already have discovered.


Built-in the Jaipur style of architecture with numerous pillars and arches the Haveli is located in the heart of Jaipur City on Sansar Chandra Road. The hotel combines old-world charm with the best of present-day facilities. There are 70 well-appointed rooms with intricately carved wooden beds; historic photographs and king-sized royal portraits. There are pleasant courtyards, a swimming pool, lawns, and terraces with a view of the splendid Nahargarh Fort. It has a beautiful dining hall overlooking one of the terraces. Candlelight dinners can be organized on the rooftop on request. An intimate restaurant opening into the garden offers an a la carte menu serving Indian food with an emphasis on Rajasthani cuisine hotel offers special arrangements for gala evenings of folk dances, music, and puppet shows, traditional welcome with tilak and garlands, Rajasthani lunch and dinner and sightseeing trips to Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, The City Palace, and The Jantar Mantar. Friendly, charming service and attention to detail pamper discerning travelers.


Located in Jaipur, 650 m from Sindhi Camp, Mandawa Haveli features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV with cable channels and a seating area for your convenience. You will find a kettle in the room. Rooms are fitted with a private bathroom equipped with a shower. There is a 24-hour front desk at the property. The hotel also offers car hire. Jantar Mantar, Jaipur, and City Palace are 2.5 km from Mandawa Haveli. The nearest airport is Jaipur International Airport, 13 km from the property.