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Taj Lake Palace
The icon of Udaipur, this romantic white-marble palace seemingly floating on the lake is extraordinary, with open-air courtyards, lotus ponds and a small, mango-tree-shaded pool. Rooms are hung with breezy silks and filled with carved furniture...
Haveli Braj Bhushanjee
This rambling, authentic, 200-year-old haveli is run by the very helpful and knowledgeable Braj Bhushanjee family, descendants of the former prime ministers of Bundi...
Jagat Niwas Palace
This leading midrange hotel set in two converted lakeside havelis takes the location cake. The lake-view rooms are charming, with carved wooden furniture, cushioned window seats and pretty prints...
Spacious gardens, spick-and-span rooms well furnished in traditional style, a cheery atmosphere and friendly staff are the name of the game at the very well-run Mahendra Prakash...
Professionally run by two helpful, efficient brothers, this smart midrange option has spotless, unfussy rooms with good beds, some decorated with attractive block-printed fabrics. Book corner room 11, 21 or 31 for views...
Hotel Poonam Haveli
A fairly modern place decked out in traditional style, friendly Poonam has 16 spacious, spotlessly clean rooms with big beds and spare but tasteful decor, plus pleasant sitting areas...
Run by an artist family, Krishna Niwas has smart, clean, all AC rooms; those with views are smaller, and some come with balconies. There are splendid views from the rooftop, and a decent restaurant...
The highlight at this glitzy concoction of a hotel is the wonderful rooftop terrace, where you can dine well or swim in Udaipur’s only rooftop pool (nonguest Rs300); there’s even a Jacuzzi with a view. Rooms are comfortable, spotless and well appointed.
Just under 2km from the fort is this luxurious and blissfully tranquil hotel with an inviting pool, rambling gardens and winter campfires...
Hotel Bundi Haveli
The exquisitely renovated Bundi Haveli certainly leads the pack in terms of up-to-date style and sophistication. White walls, stone floors, colour highlights and framed artefacts are coupled with modern plumbing and electricity...
Kasera Heritage View
Another revamped haveli, Kasera has an incongruously modern lobby but offers a range of slightly more authentic rooms...
Just outside the town’s west gate, Katkoun is a completely revamped haveli . It boasts large, spotless rooms offering superb views of the lake or palace and has a good courtyard restaurant (mains ₹65 to ₹200).
Hotel Gangaur Palace
This elaborate, faded haveli is set around a stone-pillared courtyard, with a wide assortment of rooms on several floors...
Ummaid Bagh Resort
This lakeside tent hotel is a nice option if you fancy staying 3km from Bundi centre. There’s a tree hide for watching Jait Sagar’s birds (best from November to February).
This slick hotel has spotless, fresh rooms with decent beds behind solid doors, and offers free train station or airport pick-ups. It’s eye to eye with Jagdish Temple so many of them have interesting views; all rooms have AC and TVs...
Hotel Raj Palace
Occupying a grand 300-year-old haveli with an imposing entrance, this rambling hotel has a variety of rooms – so inspect a few. A bonus is the quiet yet convenient location and the helpful staff...
Hotel Pratap Palace
This is Chittorgagh’s best option, with a wide range of rooms, a convenient location and travel-savvy staff. The more expensive rooms have window seats and leafy outlooks...
In beautifully secluded, tree-shaded grounds just off Hwy 32, 12km south of the temple, Aranyawas has 28 attractive rooms in stone-built cottages...
Brijraj Bhawan Palace Hotel
High above the Chambal River, this charismatic hotel has drawn exclusive guests since 1830. It was built to house the British Residency and is named after the current Maharao of Kota, Brijraj Singh (who still lives here and runs the hotel)...
Jaisamand Island Resort
Jaisamand Island Resort is a modern stylish hotel in a wonderful, secluded location 20 minutes by boat across the lake. The pool has a brilliant setting but isn’t always full and there can be an air of neglect. Discounts are often available.
Garden View Hotel
About 300m north of the central bus stand, the pinkish-coloured Garden View has decent, comfortable rooms in dull brown and white tones, plus a multicuisine restaurant and large lawn.
Shiv Niwas Palace
This hotel, in the former palace guest quarters, has opulent common areas like its pool courtyard, bar and lovely lawn garden with a 30m-long royal procession mural...
Fateh Prakash Palace
Built in the early 20th century for royal functions (the Durbar Hall is part of it), the Fateh Prakash has luxurious rooms and gorgeous suites, all comprehensively equipped and almost all looking straight out onto Lake Pichola...