Rangniwas Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRangniwas Palace Hotel Udaipur
My father and I stayed in this old Haveli./ It had a beautiful cool marble-decked swimming pool. The rooms had a fan and air-conditioned. They were very reasonably priced. The outside doesn't look very pretty, but once inside it is a delightful tired colonial era haveli. Walking distance to the city palace and the outlook over the lake. The staff couldn't have been more helpful, I would definitely go back.
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... the green painted town appeared happy. Everyone smiled and not a coke can or tourist heckler in sight. I loved it.
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