Hotel Megh Niwas, situated in Bani Park, near the railway station is centrally located and is a beautiful private property turned into a hotel by Mr. and Mrs. Singh who have been running it for 32 years. The property has a lush lawn in the front and a glistening swimming pool at the back. They offer standard, executive and deluxe rooms including comfortable amenities and appeasing views. The rates start from Rs 4,800 and go up to Rs. 7,000, (breakfast excluded). If you stay on the ground level in a lawn facing room, make sure to enjoy your morning tea or coffee in the verandah overlooking the beautiful lawn.
Hawa Mahal, which translates to "Palace of the winds" or "Palace of the Breeze" is fine work of architecture constructed in red and pink sandstone that sits at the edge of the City Palace in the middle of the bustling city. The royal family of Jaipur still resides in the City Palace with a section of the palace turned into a museum with select visiting hours for tourists.
1135 AD; is an opulent Maharaja's dinning room within the Amer fort that offers an array of authentic Indian dishes. Right from the decor to the service, this food experience transports you back in time. Read the full review on https://www.zomato.com/review/ypavBD#rra-ypavBD
Just be ready to spend a bomb on the experience but I can tell you that it will be totally worth it!
You could head over to Shikar Bagh for a lavish Indian meal to satisfy your food belly.
SUVASA; Also situated on Jacob road, across the Achrol house, is a Jaipur based apparel and furnishing brand. They offer a range of block printed fabrics and accessories that make smart daily Indian and western wear. They even have a range for dogs and I picked out a cute blanket for our toy poodle, Doodle. I bought a beautiful pastel coloured floral printed saree for a very reasonable price, and a beautiful pair of gold lotus earrings (Rs. 325) My mom picked up a nice cotton shirt and so did my father, with a funky zebra print on it.