The Raj Palace Grand Heritage Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews The Raj Palace Grand Heritage Hotel Jaipur
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I went for an early morning swim to wake up and then had a shower. We then set off for a 5 hour trip today. We stopped for lunch at Midway Lodge.
We also stopped at Fatehpur Sikri which is a town surrounded on 3 sides by a wall and a man made lake. The Raj built it in honour of a wiseman who had blessed him so that he would get a baby boy. It …
... English, math, science, history, reading, writing etc. The kids were adorable and very excited to see us. We handed out the supplies directly to the children so we could talk with them. The school was so space there was nothing on the walls and no electric lights in the rooms but the kids were all behaved and obviously learning. I'm really glad we went to visit.
Once we got to Jaipur we visited the main market. What ...
... so I did not utter a word of
complaint. I suggest that it is worth referring to Cathy for confirmation of
Our little cabin in the gardens was a delight as was the
food in the hotel restaurant and we retired to bed reflecting on a splendid day
on safari. I had another recurring dream. This time I was being pursued by a
gigantic tiger AND jelly woman whilst using a walking stick to keep me upright.
... amp; highlighted with with white line. The main purpose of the palace was for the Royal Ladies to observe everyday life on the street below without being seen. The Palace has 953 small windows which allows the breeze to travel through to keep cool in the summer months, hence the Palaces name. We hopped back on our tuk tuks and headed about 15km out of town to Amber Fort, which is a Palace complex on top of the hill. As we approached the town, the view of the fort ...
... good for the diet, every cloud has a silver lining.
So, up bright and early the next day, we were ready for Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan and according to our Lonely Planet guide:- ‘an enthralling historical city and the gateway to India’s most flamboyant state’. Now, Graham and I have long been fans of Lonely Planet guides but I have to say we were becoming less and less enchanted with their guide ...