Narain Niwas Palace
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Room service
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsNarain Niwas Palace Jaipur
Only went for a drink but it was absolutely gorgeous and will definitely go back for a meal and an afternoon bath in the pool!
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I am staying at Arya Niwas a lovely budget hotel in Jaipur. It is very comfortable, quiet and filled with people from all ages and all over the world. I can tell about a lot of them that they come here often as a retreat or for work, months at a time. I met up with Liz and Zak at the Indian Coffee House for breakfast and had some Idli (steamed rice …
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... Luckily, tire store is about a half mile away from where we ate. Bus driver told us it would take a while to change a tire. So, we waited outside and watched how he changed the vehicle's tire.
Earlier in the week, Russell assigned me to be the "phone boy" because I was the only one who knows how to use a cell phone (not a smartphone). Russell or Jennifer would tell me ...
... so I hopped on a rickshaw and headed straight to Indian Coffee House for another treat of its menu - this time a snack portion of its curried mutton biryani. Paid another visit to Lassiwala but they were already sold out by 4pm.
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