I found the rooms spacious and warm, however a little on the modern side in terms of the decor (you expect something rustic in the city of palaces and lakes). It's about 30 minutes from Lake Pichola (where most of the tourist attractions are), and finding local transport isn't easy in a city like Udaipur. The resort is beautiful and well-kept - very large, so golf carts have to shuttle you around the place. The food is just about average (dismal breakfast spread, and average lunch/dinner) - just 1 restaurant for the day, and 1 bar opens up in the evening. They put a few tables by the poolside with traditional local music and call it "poolside dining" - not impressive. The spa is well located (open air swimming pool with a few of the hills) but very small, just a couple of massage rooms and a sauna that hardly works, and no steam. And the hotel doesnt give free wifi to guests?! You can stay at Ramada if you aren't planning on spending too much time at the resort, and want to spend most of your time exploring the sights of Udaipur.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set Majestically the resort offers breathtaking views of the Monsoon Palace (Also known as Sajjangarh) as well as Lake Pichola. The resort has a tranquil, salubrious setting, wonderfully recreating the romance of the past and yet completely in keeping with the 21st century luxury, making it a Hotel that lends itself to discovery and continual surprise. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ramada Resort Udaipur Hotel Udaipur