|Taj Rambagh Palace Hotel, Jaipur|
Taj Rambagh Palace Hotel
|Architectural style||Indo-Saracenic architecture|
|Town or city||Jaipur|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob|
The first building on the site was a garden house built in 1835 for the wet nurse of prince Ram Singh II. In 1887, during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh, it was converted into a modest royal hunting lodge, as the house was located in the midst of a thick forest at that time. In the early 20th century, it was expanded into a palace to the designs of Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. Maharajah Sawai Man Singh II made Rambagh his principal residence and added a number of royal suites in 1931.
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