Amargarh Resort

Address: Close to Pal Balaji Mandir, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342003, India | 4 star lodging
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This 4 star lodging, located on Close to Pal Balaji Mandir, Jodhpur, is near Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Mandore Gardens, Balsamand Lake and Garden, and Mahamandir.
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          • Outdoor pool
          • Adult pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Conference facilities
          • Banquet room
          • Babysitting service
          • Room service
          • Laundry
          • Meal plan
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Amargarh Resort Jodhpur

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

          Day 11 ~ March 17th

          A travel blog entry by tsd-india on Mar 17, 2014

          7 comments, 43 photos

          Happy Holi/St. Patrick's Day!

          We started our day with the delicious breakfast at the Devi Bhawan Hotel. Our nice tour guide provides us the white Indian-style shirt and pants to wear today for the Holi festival. We headed to the Jaswant Thada temple (Hinduism) for the royals only. If you look outside you will see the King Bhawan’s home, which is 3rd most beautiful house in the world.

          Afterwards, we went to the Mehrangarh Fort. One of the ...

          I could never be blue in the Blue City

          A travel blog entry by funkinfrance on Mar 05, 2014

          5 photos

          ... a sign for the airport but was actually about 3K from the airport. Fortunately, we still found our way to the airport with plenty of time to catch our flights - Maddie's on to Darjeeling and mine back to Hyderabad.

          Since getting back, I have had a whirlwind of experiences in Hyderabad. On Thursday, Anne, Thalia, and I got sushi, which surprisingly wasn't half-bad. Friday was the big move for the VOICE office, and afterwards the ...

          Zip lining and miñiture painting class

          A travel blog entry by cliona on Jan 14, 2014

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... our plaids! Ticket guy was back, so off we went to buy some international tickets, where the guy told clíona that she looked like barbie doll with her blond plaided hair, hahaha miriam couldn't stop laughing!
          We got an audio tour again this time, which was really nice as they pointed out a lot of details we wouldn't have noticed otherwise. This was our favourite fort so far, art work is beautiful in there.We had a walk round the shops ...

          Pushkar Camel Mela and Holy Kartik Purnima

          A travel blog entry by davidobrienvt on Nov 16, 2013

          3 photos

          ... in the palace, we continued on our adventure to Pushkar. We were still thankful for a lovely visit to this city, where the food, clothes, and sites were plenty, we have the shoes and photos to prove it! We drove to Pushkar and stopped for lunch at a local Indian restaurant off the road. It was filled mostly with farm workers and maybe some truck drivers. By the way, the trucks here are the most colorful and crazy things you'll ever see, and there are a ton of them. Many ...


          A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 17, 2013

          ... and employed a Polish designer, the Palace was completed during the Second World War, is very impressive. Unfortunately we could not afford to stay at the Hotel which occupies half of the Palace, whilst the remaining sections are the Residence and Museum. India still has Maharajas however they have no power.
          Another rickshaw ride down to the bazaar for one hour, mind you these streets are crazy but we survived it and the return journey.