Palkiya Haveli

Address: Mokha-para, Kota, Rajasthan, 324001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Mokha-para, Kota, is near Jhunjhunu.
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    Travel Blogs from Kota

    Bundi, Dust, Forts and the real Rajasthan

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Sep 12, 2013

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    ... welcome. The Pratap Palace was really just a three story modern hotel in Chittorgarh with little charm. Chittorgarh was quite similar to many other towns I have so far visited. Again it was blanketed with a fine persistent brown dust, which not only made me cough like mad, but coated the vehicles and the plants like snow. The hotel whilst being comfortable was pretty ordinary. The restaurant was quite hilarious. The waiters were numerous, but ...

    The Royal Palace

    A travel blog entry by joelsk on Jan 31, 2013


    ... and poor. We have seen much opulence in the various palaces we have visited and then squalor right next door. It's hard to get used to seeing cows, wild boar and goats all over the streets and herds of cows taking up a complete lane of the highway. We are enjoying trying new foods (at least I am. Ellie is being dull eating dal all the time.). A trip here is something we would recommend. It is making is appreciative of all we have in ...

    What a disappointment!

    A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Oct 29, 2012

    7 photos

    When i was in Delhi i met an Israeli guy who had spent 1 month travelling round Rajasthan and he said that his favourite place he had been was Bundi. I thus had high hopes for the place, but unfortunately these were sorely dashed upon getting there. There was (another) Palace come Fort to see which wasn't worth the entry fee and that was it. the Palace was very ...

    Sleepy Bundi

    A travel blog entry by jas_lucy on Mar 05, 2012

    ... Up in the Bundi palace and fort it seemed as though the monkey ruled the area. You could hire a long stick to defend yourself against the monkeys for 10rupees (about 12cents) but we decided to brave it. The guards to the palace repeatedly told us "monkeys problem" "monkeys problem". One guard showed us the scars on his legs from monkeys but it should be noted that he got the scars from trying to kick the monkeys. ...

    Celebrating the Birthday of Jesus

    A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Dec 26, 2011

    27 photos

    ... different in India…

    The house in which we are staying with the family is 450 years old, of which they are very proud and has quite some history to it. It is a bit maze like in its structure; it has tiny windows and very steep, narrow staircases. The guest house is named after Hadee Rani, a famous noble woman who once lived here. She became famous on the day of her wedding. During her wedding celebration there was an army preparing to attack the city. ...