Holiday Inn Jaipur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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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This is a trip my mom took me and my younger brother. Just the 3 of us, going for an adventure in India. We arrived at New Delhi airport late evening and stayed at a friend's condo nearby. The next day we were set to start the adventure in Jaipur. We got in an old jeep. It took us few hours before we reach to our first destination.
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... agreed it was a wasted salad chance! Georgia had some loose leaf green tea and also indulged in a carrot cake, which was nice but not for me. On a bit of a coffee high we had a look round the ethical anokhi clothes shop which was quite expensive. We went outside to find our AR for the day who had disappeared without pay, and we were told by another he had left and he would take us to chaweliwala market for rs30, however he persistently tried to take us to the supposed ...
... As we wandered down the street we'd hear the price drop by 100 rupee increments till we'd turn around and buy what we wanted. The final price was more then often less than half the original price. This is my first trip overseas and I'm not sure if this tourist vilification is more prominent in overseas countries, but I'm not a big fan of it but it felt good when we ran our last purchase down from 1200 rupees to 300. We spent our second day in ...
... started in the late 16th century and continued for 150 years until the Maharajas decided to shift the capital to Jaipur since the town of Amer was running out of space.
After visiting the Amber Fort, we took jeeps down to the base of the hill where we were able to take photos of the fort from a distance. Then we came back into Jaipur to visit the City Palace, the relocated home of ...
... my family is from China. They are generally more curious about our offspring. Olivia and Elias get their cheeks pinched, head patted, and their picture taken with strangers. They both handle it with aplomb. Given the value of sons in Asian cultures, unsurprisingly Elias gets the most attention of all of us.
We have about a week in India left. After that, we leave Asia and head to the Middle East, and this first leg of the journey will be over. Onward to the next 100 ...