We stayed here for a couple of nights on our tour of Rajasthan. It’s a very modern hotel on the edge of town which meant there was nothing within walking distance.
Room was big with a balcony and everything in there was of a good standard. Staff were good and food was decent, lots of variety at breakfast and the evening meal was better than the majority of hotels.
We never went to the spa or swimming pool as we were out and about.
When we arrived we were on a small minibus and it seemed a long way out from the centre, but having been dropped in the centre we took a tuk-tuk back which could navigate some of the smaller streets and suddenly it didn’t seem that far out , fare was something like R100 to R150 I can’t remember exactly.
At night with the lighting in the gardens it looked wonderful.
- 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