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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      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 ...

      Bundi: Somewhere near the face of the sun

      A travel blog entry by gr8escape on May 25, 2012

      1 comment, 62 photos

      ... that’s the scary place from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom where they rip your heart out. This one is called Bundi Palace and they don’t eat your heart, but today, I think it boiled some parts of my brain! The walk up to the ticket counter was hot – but the hike up the black slate cart path 200 feet above the town just about finished us. I was medium rare and starting to sizzle. You have no idea how ...

      The Bright Blues Of Bundi

      A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Feb 01, 2012

      2 comments, 87 photos

      ... we had seen at Daultabad but then it was a different kind of experience. Where as that had ben well preserved and offered a structured route, this was far more of an ancient ruins deal that you could explore more freely. This also gave you the opportunity to see the city from above, something I would definately advice. The evening saw us indulging our homesick fantasies as we went to a pretty ...

      Interesting but hard to get to...

      A travel blog entry by carolerich on Dec 25, 2011

      16 photos

      ... down, the owner turned out to be a man we met last night at our hotel. He is somehow related – we knew he also owned a guest house but didn’t know this was his. He was very welcoming and the food was terrific.

      We wandered around Bundi – the bangle market, vegetable market and everything else market. Always interesting for us.

      Later in the afternoon, Annan, our driver took us out to Jait Sagar, a ...

      A step too far off the beaten track?

      A travel blog entry by wickens on Sep 28, 2011

      19 photos

      Off to Bainsrorgarh Fort today via road and rail again. The train journey was more hectic this time, with us all squeezed into smaller seats, alongside large Indian families. Still less chaotic than expected, though, and we all agreed that the toilets were absolutely fine, more akin to the BR train toilets of old. Even Zach could handle them.

      No drama this time with people scrabbling to get onto the train, so we ...