The best time to visit Jaipur is during the winters when Jaipur climate dwells a temperature ranging from a minimum of 13 degree to 25 degree. Jaipur offers a hot semi-arid climate and the temperature remains relatively high all through the year. The summer season in the city begins by mid of March and continues till June.Monsoon season begins in July and continues till September. Monsoons bring rain, but do not give much relief from the scorching heat. Winter season begins in November and continues till March.
Jaipur, often called "The pink city" is the capital of the Indian State of Rajasthan. Jaipur is renowned for its fascinating monuments and colorful markets, gorgeous handlooms and wonderful laid out gardens. The people are cheerful and friendly. Jaipur along with Delhi and Agra form the Golden Triangle of Indian Tourism. Searching for a place to stay is not a difficult task as you can pick and choose from several lodging options depending on your budget. The hotel choices range from heritage properties and 5-star heritage hotels in mid-rung and budget hotels Jaipur is one of the ideal places to try out some authentic Rajasthani cuisines like Dal Batti Churma, Mawa kachori, and Ghewar.
While we are no strangers to the fact that Jaipur is known for its historical monuments, palaces, royal weddings, nonetheless it is equally known to be a shopper's paradise. the Rajasthani stuff it has in store. Shabana Azmi came to Jaipur last year to shop for her house. She wrote on a social networking site, "Driving to Jaipur for the day to shop till we drop for our Khandala house." For those who want to do jewellery shopping, Jaipur is the 'it' destination. It is famous for its jadau, lac and kundan jewellery of precious and semi-precious stones. Very recently, when Hugh Jackman came to India with his wife, they visited Jaipur and shopped for Rajasthani block printed fabric and lots of jewellery. Also, whenever TV actor, Manav Gohil, visits Jaipur, it is front-of-mind for him to visit the local markets to buy jutis. He said, "The jutis are amazing and whenever I come to the city, I get loads of them." The perennial favourite markets in Jaipur are: Bapu bazaar, Chaura Rasta, Tripoli bazaar, Maniharon ka rasta, Jauhari bazaar, MI Road among others. From Rajasthani kurtis, jutis to ethnic saris, it's a one-stop destination.
The vibrant bazaars of Jaipur with its traditional attires, arts and handicrafts, semi-precious stones, gems, and artificial jewellery , attracts visitors from all over the world. There are 470 hotels in Jaipur including luxury, heritage, budget, cheap hotels. Among budget hotels in Jaipur, Golden Hotel Jaipur offers 30 rooms of different categories to fit into your needs. It is located nearby Central bus stand and Railway station. It claims that it is one of the best cheap hotels in Jaipur that offers two-star facilities at budget- price.