Surya Royal Hotel

Address: 11 Jhalawar Road, Kota, Rajasthan, 324007, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 11 Jhalawar Road, Kota, is near Jhunjhunu.
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    Travel Blogs from Kota

    Bundi - our little Indian paradise

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Sep 05, 2014

    32 photos

    ... a wrong turning!

    We also met a family from Luxembourg who, thanks to us, believe they saw Mars on their trip to India. Why? Because we saw the red planet glowing above the Palace and shared our astronomy knowledge with them, they were very impressed...It wasn’t until we said goodbye to them there was a power cut in the whole town and we quickly realised that the red glow ...

    Sustain your heritage and feel glorious.

    A travel blog entry by thorben79 on Sep 06, 2013

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... much better shape, but this one was my maharaja dream come true. Sadly, if that big lottery win comes one day, classical music in the UK is going to loose out after today, and Bundi palace would come off the 'heritage at risk' list - if that sort of thing exists in India. I should ask the people from the archeological survey. The pictures will tell the rest of the story. In other news, I also visited an ancient step well, and had a peek at another lake ...

    She'd trade Colorado if he'd take her with him...

    A travel blog entry by gr8escape on May 26, 2012

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... mangoes and look out on the lake that is almost completely covered with water lilies.

    The last two stops in the city are less impressive, though interesting. We spent a few minutes at the “84-pillar cenotaph” also known as Chaurasi Khambon Ki Chatri. It is most notable for its age. It was built in 1683 to commemorate one of the Raja’s foster brothers. Today it sits in an open dirt field all by itself, with some rubble at the ...

    The Bright Blues Of Bundi

    A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Feb 01, 2012

    2 comments, 87 photos

    ... to be honest. Despite the quite large number of tourists in the town itself we were suprised to find hardly any tourists here at all, particularly in the the hill fort at the top where we probably saw only 1 other group of people for the hour or so we were there. The views that you get at the top alone should be reason enough to draw people up there as you get a great view over the whole city. It ...

    Interesting but hard to get to...

    A travel blog entry by carolerich on Dec 25, 2011

    16 photos

    ... was pride of their position etc. There are some very good paintings still in fairly good condition and one room is kept locked and only opened for viewing under careful watch because the paintings are in very bad shape and UNESCO has asked that no photos be allowed – flash or no flash. Our guide was very informative and we heard lots of stories about the Hindu gods. There is one high level of the palace with a lovely garden and views ...