x The average starting price for a place to stay in Udaipur is £35 per night.
733,near bade purohit ki haveli imlighatExcellent 93%
purplezebr My partner and I originally booked to stay here for 3 nights - we have now been here for 2 weeks and are finding it really difficult to leave. This has been a fantastic experience in every way imaginable. The guest house itself is beautiful. Each bedroom has been individually decorated with care and consideration. Beautiful throws and decorative hangings have been added to each one, giving them a comfortable, warm, homely feel. The upstairs rooftop restaurant has amazing views of Udaipur and unobstructed views of the mountains. If you are disciplined enough to wake up at 6am, you are guaranteed to see a breathtaking sunrise and for those who prefer a late morning, the sunset is equally as spectacular. Rizwans mother does the cooking and everyone we have met here agrees that it is the best food they have tasted since arriving in India. Everything is cooked fresh, using as much local produce as is possible. Every meal has been a culinary delight! Hot water is in constant supply as a result of their solar powered showers! This was an essential purchase for the family, not only so they could ensure their guests the luxury of a hot shower at any time, but consideration was given in regards to environmental factors also. If the excellent location, food and facilities aren't enough, the hospitality we have received from the moment we arrived has exceeded our expectations by far (and that still does not give it enough justice). Rizwan, his sister Farheen and his parents have taken great care of all their guests. Nothing is too big an ask for them and in every way imaginable they are eager to assist you. I had a birthday during my stay here and I have to be honest, I can't remember the last time I had a birthday like it! Not only was the upstairs restaurant decorated for me, but Rizwans mother also cooked me a special local Rajasthani dish. When I didn't think the experience could get any better, I was presented with a specially decorated birthday cake, with my name on it! It was incredible and the tastiest pineapple cake I have ever eaten! The evening ended with fireworks and much merriment! It was a wonderful experience that has left me feeling very lucky to have had this opportunity. I cannot praise the Mewargarh family enough for their generosity, care and friendship! It has been a real privilege staying here!
7, Bhupalpura, Opp. Kothari Bhawan Near Shastri CircleExcellent 90%
25-26 Navghat Next to City PalaceExcellent 90%
hereismatias Guys. Frankly speaking. This is by far the best option to stay in Udaipur (go to Udaipur, it's shockingly beautiful!), ask for Vicky, one of the hosts (the most helpful and friendly guy in India so far) and check in there for at least 3 or 4 days to soak yourself in one of the most amazing cities that I've ever been. 10 points to Udai Haveli. Don't go to the Lonely Planet recommended places, are highly overpriced/rated. Have a good trip fellas!
33,Gangour Ghat,Near Bagore Ki Haveli UdaipurAwesome 88%
hanuman ghat,chand pole udaipurGreat 82%
Gangaur Ghat Marg Near Jagdih TempelGreat 82%
1, Lal Ghat, Lala Sahib Ki HaveliGreat 80%
namaste10 Booked through TravellersPoint but they weren't expecting us as hadn't checked their emails. Luckily had two rooms, though one was in another building and later found they asked another guest to leave to accommodate us, and hence at short notice she had to find another hotel. Rather unfair on her.
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