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Rajasthan Holiday Guide to Rajasthan Tourism, Travel Holidays

Rajasthan Accommodation

Budget
Typically a budget Rajasthan hotel means no air conditioning, small simple rooms, and limited facilities. Sometimes you can upgrade to a slightly more expensive room to add air conditioning.

Hotel Ratnawali – Mirza Ismail Road, Jaipur
One of the cheapest accommodation options located just three minutes from the railway station. The simplest room does not have air conditioning but has all the other necessities such as hot and cold water baths, telephone with kitchen and laundry services. It also has a vegetarian restaurant serving both Indian and Rajasthani cuisine.

Mid Range
Mid range Rajasthan accommodation usually includes air conditioning, a necessity for summer while commonly including a range of services and facilities making your stay that much more comfortable.

Hotel Neelam – Motilal Atal Road, Jaipur
A hotel in the middle price range located just one minute from both the rail and bus stand in Jaipur. All rooms have air conditioning with attached baths, a mini bar, television and telephone. Their in house restaurant serves a variety of food including Chinese and Indian.

Hotel Parras Mahal – Hiran Magri, Udaipur (near Paras Cinema)
Also very close to both the rail and bus stations, this hotel, although a bit more expensive, has additional services that more than make up for the price. Apart from the air conditioning, it also sports a swimming pool, coffee shop, cyber café, currency exchange, a travel desk, health centre as well as a shopping arcade. What more can you want! They also have two places to eat, Deepawali, for multi cuisine restaurant, and Swati is a 24hour coffee shop. Alternatively there is the Urvashi bar where you can go to relax after a long day touring Rajasthan.

Top End
With top end accommodation you can expect to be inundated with facilities and services at the highest level of hospitality.

Hotel Mansingh Towers – Sansar Chandra Road, Jaipur
Services here include air conditioning, a pool, health centre, beauty saloon, baby sitting, shopping arcade, executive lounge, and travel and money exchange desk. The restaurant serves a range of cuisines for you to choose from. Standard rooms differ in price to the Maharani Suites where the prices almost double.

So whether you are looking for budget or luxury accommodation for your Rajasthani holiday, you should be able to be riddled with choice. Modern Rajasthan tourism is widely known for its hospitality and has many internationally awarded accommodation in the area.