Amet Haveli

Outside Chandpole, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Outside Chandpole, Udaipur, is near Fateh Prakash Palace and Rajiv Gandhi Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Udaipur

    The city of sunrise

    A travel blog entry by annavan on Apr 13, 2014

    ... in the world no wonder none of them drink it and those who do are crazy. For the third time we went back to Millets of Mewar restaurant tempted by the amazing food, lovely decor and top service. We received beaming smiles from the young waiter as we walked in which was nice. We spent the rest of the night here sharing different dishes to taste as many as we could. By 11 Ni and I were both knackered so left for our hotel with full bellies looking forward to a good nights ...

    Udaipur: the Venice of India (apparently!)

    A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Apr 11, 2014

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    We arrived in Udaipur after a 4 hour journey train ride from Pushkar and stayed in a basic hotel which had a nice rooftop view over the lake. The owner Rahil moonlighted as a tailor and without us asking was kind enough to invite us into his shop. His claim to fame was that he provided designs of clothing for Zara and had made dresses for Dame Judy Dench. He even produced a photo of Dame Judy Dench inside his tailor shop as ...


    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Mar 11, 2014

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    ... romance is a bit harder to feel. All along the waterfront are shops, restaurants, travel agencies, hotels and havelis, (family run home stay type accommodations). The quaint narrow streets that wind through the town were built just big enough for people and oxen carts are now clogged with honking, exhaust spewing cars, tuk-tuks and mini buses! We chose to wander a bit further away from this where we experienced the old city ...

    Jeux sans frontiers?

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Nov 15, 2013

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    ... br> We arrive in Udaipur at 1.45pm. The rickshaw man wants Rs200, twice the normal fare. He says it's because the road is closed for 'the festival'. We seem to have heard this story about closed roads a few times before so I am sceptical and haggle. We meet in the middle at Rs150. We speed through the town until we come up against a barrier. Rickshaw man tries to squeeze through the middle but the soldiers are having none of it. I think he tries to plead the case of 'foreign ...

    The White Lies of Udaipur

    A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Aug 28, 2013

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    ... as hell. Probably the fundamental flaw in him owning a clothing shop... He'd had a (luckily quite cheap) deposit from us, what more could he want!? I didn't feel guilty running away from this guy, especially when he asked where we were staying and if we're coming back! I wasn't so keen for him to come knocking on our door and demanding money so we had dinner on the other side of the river. Next stop for tailor made dresses, probably China. Where we'll request ...