Ram Pratap Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRam Pratap Palace Udaipur
Ram Pratap Palace located just off the lake Fateh Sagar in Udaipur "the city lakes and palaces", an enchanting hotel combines old World charm with modern comforts. Ideally located on the banks of the lake Fateh Sagar is the spacious Raaj Bagh Garden Restaurant, which is accross the street from Hotel Rampratap Palace. The hotel is mere 5 kms away from the railway station and 25 kms from the airport. The palace hotel offers a breathtaking view of lake Fateh Sagar and the beautiful Aravalli ranges.
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