Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City Jaipur
Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... up to the top level of the fort. The fort itself is wonderfully designed, and is surrounded by a wall that reminiscent in design of the Great Wall of China (only 16 miles long, though), and designed to protect the fort from Moghul invaders. The fort is a magnificent place to visit.
Next was a tour of the city of Jaipur, often called the “pink city” for the pink color of many of the building walls in the old ...
... to them) and everyone joins in. Apart from
that people, just seem to use the temple a bit like we use an English pub. They
drift in, give themselves a quick blessing and then sit and chat to their pals.
The other noticeable difference is the noise. They are either chanting the
songs or chatting and believe me they can talk for India. It is all very convivial and as Captain Kirk
would say, “it is church Jim, but not as we know it”. ...
... back home at Ann Summers so at least they were unique.....
With payment made, Imran magically returned so off we went to Monkey Temple. At last. And just in time for sunset…..don’t you just love it when a plan comes together? We were feeling a tad shell shocked, how had we allowed what had happened to just happen? Imran was muttering away about making sure we allowed a guide to accompany us up the path to the ...
... started to sway in the gusts, the heavens opened and the lightening crackeled and cut through the sky as we entered the storm. There was so much lightening that night, it looked like the sky was going to be ripped apart by these blue white bolts, like resembled, to us, fault lines of the sky and it was like we were witnessing some incredible phenomenon where the sky would, at any second, simply split apart and burst. Road side advertising signs stood in tatters, the last ...
... built on a hillside, with an army barracks built next door. The palace has many entertaining areas, with hooks in the walls to hang tapestries and tents for the summer. They had massage and Turkish bath areas, manicured gardens and black and white marble inlaid with mirrors from Belgium. The architecture incorporated Muslim, Hindu and British tastes to play nice with all the influences that the building had to endure. In the afternoon some of the girls went shopping, but I ...