Sunder Palace Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunder Palace Guest House Jaipur
We are in the Sunder Palace guest house (and this bloke knows how to charge for every little thing, hot water for coffee/tea, clean towel, internet access, A/C he don't miss a trick, I guess that's why we are the only people here and 4 in a room)
Find a cheaper better place, this place even charges to eat here, 15% on the bill and serves nothing but veggie meals
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