Sadly the worst hotel we stayed in during our 26 night stay in India. Uncomfortable beds with rock hard pillows. No bed sheets provided just an unclean blanket which we reluctantly used because the room was freezing (we stayed at the beginning of January). Only one towel provided which did not look very clean. If the price was cheaper then it would have been ok but for 3000 INR it was expensive for how basic it was. We stayed in much nicer accommodation for 400 rupees less per night in other parts of Rajhastan. Lack of service was apparent, an example is we arranged an airport transfer on our last day. It was early morning, 5am and when we checked out, we were told to walk 5 minutes down the road and then wait?! Luckily we went back to ask the guy to show us because the taxi was not there and it took 20 minutes and several phone calls to the driver 'via' a friend to get the taxi to show up.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience the serenity and beauty of the white city while staying at The Little Prince Heritage Home. Just steps away from Chand Pole, our hotel is an oasis in a busy city.Udaipur, in the heart of Rajasthan, is a city of majestic palaces and beautiful lakes. Here, adorning the banks of Lake Pichola and standing witness to the historic City Palace, The Little Prince Heritage Home captures all the romance and splendour of a royal era. At the Little Prince Heritage Home we ensure that guests are treated to special moments. ... more less
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