No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Jagat Retreat Udaipur
Travel Blogs from Udaipur
... reconstructed. A drummer accompanied some singers. Incense and garlands were about. There were carvings on most of the interior columns, the floor of irregular chunks of marble. A bell suddendly clanged, leading to a bit of a frenzied atmosphere inside. Richard is no longer an Indian temple virgin, describing same as ...
... a beautifully carved 18th century marble alcove watching the sun go down, looking across to the City Palace and the havellis. Just perfect. We went back to the room only to find out they had left us some Hennessy and some beautiful chocolates. What service! Our bonus day saw us with even more decadence - after our own pond side table for breakfast, more poolside bliss, double brandies and backgammon, cocktails, an ancient Indian Vedic horoscope - man ...
... was a roof top bar just opposite our hostel, where we had another vodka and got talking to a group of really nice guys, one is called Marcin and is from Poland but travelling through Asia on his own. All in all a saved day filled with lovely people and a gorgeous city, maybe even the most beautiful place we have been so far we love Udaipur already and it kind of reminds me of my home in Germany a big lake surrounded by mountains and little villages. Very ...
... hey, we had arrived and after
changing to a lighter, air con room when the only English speaking
staff turned up (I guess Indore isn't on many tourists routes;
confirmed theory when he said we were their first western guests in
the 18months they had been open!), we settled for a bit and Paul
crashed having not slept much on the train. There were two big malls
right next to us, so we did make a trip out to them later that day
where we found western food ...
... I have seen in India just because it's so bizarre.
The road we were driving on was single lanes but very busy with traffic, in particular plenty of Tata goods carriers, I love these trucks due to the fact that each one is decorated individually by the driver and some of them are really pimped in an Indian style. All of them have 'blow horn please' painted on them (normally at the back) and many are also decked out in marigold garlands too, the main thing is they're all ...