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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kohinoor Jaipur
Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... are under pressure from the locals to bring their tourists to certain restaurants and shops so on a few occasions we found ourselves in textile factories being pressured into buying scarfs and sitting in dodgy restaurants eating overpriced food.
In Jaipur we again felt how much we stood out, at times we felt like Z list celebs and locals would ask for ...
... sellers. I don't recommend the site to anyone travelling alone. It was the only place I decided to get a guide, and I learnt nothing about the place, I was just led from one vendor to the next. Then he took me to a corner of the building covered in scaffolding, and told me it was the kissing corner, and that couples came there to kiss to get good luck. Because I was alone, would I like a kiss from him? Uh, no thank you. I'll keep dealing with being an unlucky ...
... that is OK and the legs of the PJ's were so thin, leaves a lot to the imagination.
Were given one hour to run loose in the Choti Choper, a bazaar however with the Hindu festival fast approaching, it was chaos but good fun to try and weave in and out, again the wallet remained closed. Unfortunately little children are sent out by their parents to beg, becomes annoying but we kept saying "no , no, no".
... camp but consummately professional hotel manager (called Eric) who promptly informed us he had upgraded us to the Royal Suite, and demonstrated a master class in communicating that he had not been tipped enough by Dave without actually saying so or causing offence - genius. This whole tipping business is a bit of a minefield. The rooms were spectacular, the pool cool and refreshing, and the food non-toxic and delicious. Who could ask for ...
... world (140 feet) and accurate to 2 minutes. It has another large sun dial that is accurate to within 20 minutes.
Jaipur is really a beautiful city, most likely the most beautiful that we have seen in India. The old town is so unique and maintained so beautifully and the new part of the city has some beautiful new buildings. Tomorrow we go to Agra to see the Taj Mahal.