Hotel Padmini Palace

27 Gulab Bagh Road, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 27 Gulab Bagh Road, Udaipur, is near Fateh Prakash Palace and Rajiv Gandhi Park.
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    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Apr 02, 2014

    49 photos

    ... of interesting facts and fiction with plenty of antiques to look at, also with audio sets you can go into your own world for a couple of hours without being sold something. We had a look around the motor collection before heading to our hotel for the night. We were staying in a Heritage hotel which are usually good but felt after the Taj it might be a bit of a downer but when we walked in the room ...

    Lost in the lovely little Udaipur lanes

    A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 23, 2014

    6 comments, 18 photos

    ... even tho I don't get it. Itchy nose, running nose, sneezing and occasionally watery eyes. How odd if it is !

    I decided to go up to the City Palace and have a nose around, the pictures looked absolutely stunning so was looking forward to it. En route, I booked myself an eyebrow thread and massage later in the day to finish in time for me to go to a traditional Rajasthani dance and puppet show.

    I walked up to the palace and called into a cafe on the way to cool ...

    Leaving the beaches, heading north

    A travel blog entry by brodie.selby on Feb 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... between 100-200 years old. Mumbai's streets are all 2-3 lanes wide, which motorbikes quickly dart around freely like a motorbike race. Conversely, Udaipur's town planning was not done with the intention for it to become a city to hold hundreds and thousands of locals, or the influx of travellers. Streets are all one lane wide and bikes must squeeze past oncoming cars, and the occasional stray cow which slowly wanders the street with no real intention. Most ...

    Jeux sans frontiers?

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Nov 15, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Looks like it's the window for senior citizens, the disabled and civil servants too...interesting grouping. I am third in the queue...the old man at the front is taking forever. Finally it is sorted out, by which time the person in front of me has given up and gone away so I am next. I thrust my paperwork through the window before anyone else can push in. The man cannot read Ian's writing...what train number, what time? I rack my brains to remember desperately hoping I ...

    Udaipur, you are what we were looking for!

    A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Aug 28, 2013

    32 photos

    ... bags as you do in the tourist areas but instead we were met with household goods, conventional clothing and small grocers. We snacked on samosas and walked on to the vegetable market wher we saw the daily routine of the marketers. Fighting the heat and after taking one or two wrong turns we somehow made our way home from exploring. We enjoyed some Rajasthan pizza which more closely resembled a vegetable pie for an afternoon snack then relaxed in our hotel until dinner. ...