Fort Chanwa Luni
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFort Chanwa Luni Jodhpur
Converted Fort with rooms in new wings. Rooms are large and well appointed, No Wi-Fi. Staff are helpful and buffet for diner was reasonably priced good food. Evening programmes of dancing.
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