The Wall Street - A Business Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Wall Street - A Business Hotel Jaipur
This was the cleanest and most comfortable accommodation we stayed at in India. The rooms were big, the bed comfortable, the staff were helpful and professional, the food in the restaurant was excellent. Location was also good
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Well we had an interesting night, the air conditioner was noisy and useless and the power kept going off so when it came back on it would make this huge noise, We may as well have been lying on the tarmac of an airport runway! Still loved it. Had a leisurely breakfast then it was back on the bus heading to Jaipur, the trip was in reverse so had to …
... of the week, is set according to these horoscope signs as well. This completed our time in Jaipur, and really our time in India. The following day we headed to the airport, but that meant driving 260 kilometers from Jaipur to Delhi. We traveled a main artery in India, a highway that connected Mumbai to Delhi, which made us believe that this would be a nice road - we were wrong, the trip was painfully long, with potholes throughout that had to be swerved around. Avoiding ...
... night we had to go with a room with a shared bathroom and no AC, but we could change the next day. The highlight of the hotel was the Peacock Restaurant on the roof where we had every meal for the next 3 days.
In the morning, we did a bit of sightseeing. Jaipur is known as the pink city for fairly obvious reasons, although it actually looks more orange than pink but there you go. The first stop was the large complex containing the City Palace. ...
... The drinks were held each night before dinner. Again the palace and surrounds gave off a very colonial air of what the old raj was like. Set off to ride the elephants up to the old Amber Fort, 7 Klms out of Jaipur and was a bit shocked to find lots of tourists, unexpected after Rajisthan. The elephant ride wasn't quite as expected. For a start the elephant could hardly make it up the hill and I can guarantee I have not put on ...
... park, with no seat belts we weaved in and around cars and trucks at a rapid pace, no such thing as lanes or sides of the road just drive and beep the horn as if invisible. Eventually we managed to get to the door of our hotel unharmed. We booked a hotel on the main bazaar, absolute madness, cars, people, cats, dogs and cows all jammed into a busy narrow street, the hardest sight was the young kids falling around after sniffing clue, this ...