Having read the previous reviews I will keep my comments fairly brief as there is not a lot more to say and I agree with most; particularly the bits about the market area and buzzing motorbikes, very hard beds, so-called 'holy men', ageing hippies, amazing wall and ceiling decorations (particularly in the bathroom), views of the lake and ghats, total vegetarianism and no Kingfisher beer(!), no internet. However I don't understand the comments re the breakfast as we had a very good full buffet with eggs and plenty of fruit included. Maybe it was just a staffing issue. We were only there one night as part of a guided tour (4 adults plus driver) around Rajasthan. While this hotel didn't match up to the other Heritage resorts and Trident Hotels we had stayed in, it was perfectly comfortable, had great views and was close to the town and sights. In fact it was just as I had expected 'heritage' hotels to be like. One night in Pushkar was enough for me as I was totally over the repeated reminders by our guide that we would have 'luck' if we threw flowers in the lake and that although there was no begging allowed we could 'donate' to the upkeep of the town at the office right beside us. The vegetarian aspect didn't really bother us as we had become used to ordering vegetarian dishes elsewhere and found them tastier and more interesting than meat and chicken dishes.
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- Pushkar Lake Palace is located in a sacred Pushkar Lake and flanked by open fields and hills. ... more less
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