Home away from home

We stayed at six different hotels during our vacation at Rajasthan.

The shortest sojourn was at Hotel Sagar, located in Lalgarh Campus, Bikaner. The total duration of stay in the room was about one hour, but we all loved the place. Given a chance to visit Bikaner again, I would love stay there again.

In front of Jharokha
Brief rest at Sagar Hotel, Bikaner


However, the accommodation we liked the most was at SRP inn, Mount Abu. The place was reasonably priced and was accompanied with the good food. The cleanliness of the place excellent.

Dining Room SRP Inn
Resting place at SRP Inn
Amicable atmosphere of SRP Inn
A moment in front of the lens

Maharana Fateh Singh of Udaipur and Mewar built Anand Bhawan nine decades ago as a Guest house to accommodate Senior British and Indian officials. Thereafter it became the official residence of Prime Minister of Mewar. After independence of India, the Anand Bhawan was converted into State Hotel. The stay at Hotel Anand Bhawan was comfortable but service of one of the butler, Mr. Rathode in dining hall was rude. Anand Bhawan offers fantastic view of the Fateh Sagar Lake and Sajjangar Palace.

Anand Bhawan, Udaipur
View of Fateh Sagar lake from Anand Bhawan

The stay at Hotel Panna, Chittorgarh was comfortable and the food was simple and good. But the hotel being understaffed, service was a bit delayed.

Cosy Hotel Panna

We faced an unfriendly attitude of kitchen and dining staffs during our stay at the RTDC Hotel Moomal, Jaisalmer which forced us to skip complementary breakfast. The lodging facility was average. The outside decoration and reception area was good.

Moomal looks best from outside

Our final stay at Hotel Galaxy, Jodhpur was pleasant and comfortable. Sorry, no pics to lure you this time!