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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Jaipur
We stayed overnight while on our golden triangle tour. The accommodation was very comfortable. Internet was a pain. Paid for 90mins wi-fi and the server was down, so couldn't use. Ended up using free internet computers in the business centre the next morning just before we departed. Enjoyed room service for dinner. Buffet breakfast the next morning was very good. Location good. Park across the road if you like to walk/jog/run. Rooftop pool fantastic. Views over city great. Gym very basic and very hot. Staff helpful. Doorman had a great personality and look, particularly the beard and piercing green eyes!
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Another big day....
After the buffet breakfast, we headed out to the Amber Fort. We watched the elephants and their drivers arriving for the day. They carefully bend their ankles to position their feel like suction cups as they walk. Then it was our turn! It was actually a long ride up the hill. Check out the videos and pics. We talked the the …
Had a breakfast of Dosa ( a savory crepe filled with potatoes and sauces on the side) while Tommy continues to enjoy his eggs. We stopped by another astrological site, had bus bazaar fun and enjoyed the wildlife.
Side note: In shops, the electricity goes out and they have back up generators...interesting!
We traveled to a …
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