Dhobi (Washing) Ghats
This gracious 18th-century haveli, set on the water’s edge in the Gangaur Ghat area, was built by a Mewar prime minister and has since...
The beautiful Bagore-ki-Haveli hosts the best (and most convenient) opportunity to see Rajasthani folk dancing, with nightly shows of...
The terrace restaurant set high atop the Udai Kothi hotel has tables and cushioned alcoves around the rooftop pool and is especially...
Amet Haveli · interesting places nearby
The cuisine at this scenic restaurant – set at lake-shore level, looking across to Lal Ghat and the City Palace – does justice to its fabulous position. Highly atmospheric at night, Ambrai feels like a French park, with its wrought-iron furniture, dusty ground and large shady trees, and there’s a terrific bar to complement the dining, which is strong on Rajashani dishes and nonveg options..