Holiday Inn Jaipur
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Jaipur
Had a one night stay at this hotel. The interior's is beautiful, maintaining the Indian's traditional culture and architecture elegantly. There is a small garden in the middle of the hotel. Very relaxing. The service and food are somewhat satisfying. Was advised to stay-in during night time as the surrounded areas are dark and very quiet.
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... was a lot better than the one in Delhi. Truth be told, I was so very surprised seeing it from the outside and my surprise did not lessen when the room was shown to me. It doesn't have an attached bathroom, but with fresh clean sheets, a clean towel and a roll of toilet paper, I honestly didn't have anything to complain about, at all. I paid my remaining balance of Ru255. At this point, a girl, backpacker, while, in her twenties walked in. I overheard her haggling ...
... habitacions en un palau d’un maharajà. Era preciós. Les nenes no es creien que ens quedéssim allà. El nostre objectiu a Jaipur era simple: veure el Palau dels Vents i relaxar-nos a la piscina i al gimnàs d'aquell fantàstic hotel. Vam estar contents de saber que ens havien donat una habitació millor. Ens vam mirar amb mirada de complicitat quan van obrir les portes de la nostra habitació: Un pavó reial ...
... our hotel. Full of English northerners who were how do you put it, interesting. Having been asked where we were going next for then earl to be asked! It really is odd how people can't see we are together sometimes, as we move as a duo Our driver was waiting to whisk us through lots of little villages to get us to Jaipur. Although bumpy in parts we managed to sleep!! Arriving in Jaipur it's busy but we don't see much of it as we ...
... Rajasthani handicraft. We walked to the Jantar Mantar: the observatory on stone built in 18th century by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. The huge masonary instruments were used to study the movement of constellations and stars in the sky. We then drove out of the Old City to see the Polo Grounds where Ragu used to play Polo. On the way we saw "pink" official buildings and Albert Hall which was dedicated to Prince Albert when he Visited ...
... which includes the outdoor throne room. Then you pass into the further interior of the fort, containing a spectacularly geometric formal garden, and at this point it becomes pointless to try and verbalize the specifics of the journey. The Fort is a maze of twisty little passages, all alike, which wend around a half dozen interior courtyards and up and down a half dozen stories – and that's just what’s accessible in that part ...