Hotel RajMahal is a hotel that brings the gracious comfort and elegance of home. The hotel is a perfect place for both Business and Leisure travellers to stay with utmost pleasure with its various facilities of food and beverage and recreation such as Banzaara - The Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Nazaara - The Rooftop Top Garden View Restaurant, Madhusala - A well-stocked Bar, Prashant The Swimming Pool on Rooftop, 24 hours In Room Dining, and various options for Banquet and Convention. Guests can select from tastefully furnished, spacious rooms across Executive Suite and Prestige, Regular, Standard and Super Deluxe rooms categories. Each room is aesthetically done up and appointed with amenities such as air-conditioner, satellite television, direct-dial telephone, iron/ironing board, comfortable double/twin bed and couches with a tea table. There is an attached bath complete with toiletries in every room. The in-site restaurant Banzaara offers an array of multi-cuisine specialties to the guests. There is an elegant poolside restaurant too called Peshawari, commanding a panoramic view of Guwahati city. Guests can try out sumptuous sweat meat at the lobby level pastry shop Manan. Those in mood for some drinks can head to Madhushala, the in-house bar stocking a range of fine wines and spirits. There is a pool within the premises where guests can take a refreshing dip and calm their senses. Business travellers are facilitated with a well-equipped conference hall seating 40 guests, well-suited to host meetings and seminars. This in addition to a round table boardroom, a poolside banquet place and business centre complete with internet access and fax facility. A host of other facilities provided by Rajmahal include bookshop, laundry service, foreign exchange counter, doctor-on-call, safe deposit locker, room service and spacious parking lot, among others. The travel desk helps guests plan a sightseeing tour of Guwahati and nearby attractions, like Assam State Museum, Gateway of Guwahati, Srimanta Sankardev Kalakhetra, Pabtora, Kamakhya Mandir and Anthropological Museum.