Park Prime Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C-59 Prithviraj Rd., Near Statue Circle, C-Scheme, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302 001, India
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 64% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples68
  • Solo83
  • Business77

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26° 55' 31.9300" N 75° 49' 29.4500" E26° 55' 31.9300" N 75° 49' 29.4500" E

Forum Posts

Jaipur to Udaipur on a Sunday

by doclee

We are visiting in October and are scheduled to travel from Jaipur to Udaipur on a Sunday. Are there any direct flights from Jaipur to Udaipur on that day? Several sites on the internet give Jetair flight 9W709 or 9W2207 as leaving at 0700hrs and arriving at 0745hrs but I am unable to find the Jetair site at which I can book. All the search engines fail to find this flight but come up with flights via Delhi of Mumbai, typically with waits between flights of between 4 and 7 hours. Does anybody know whether Jetair flight 9W709 or 9W2207 actually exists and if so how can I book onto it? Failing that, is there a train between the 2 cities which doesn't go overnight?
Travel by road, I'm afraid, is for various reasons ruled out.
Many thanks for any help.
Tony Lee

Re: Jaipur to Udaipur on a Sunday

by lynnehamman

It seems that all the flights go through Delhi or Mumbai.
Your alternative is to go by train, which is a comfortable and safe trip.

Train from Jaipur to Udaipur info:

train number 2965 leaves Jaipur 22.28pm. arrives Udaipur 6.10am.

See website for booking:

Re: Jaipur to Udaipur on a Sunday

by GlobeTrekr

We traveled by road with private transport from Jaipur to Udaipur and we are still alive!!!

I don't blame you for ruling out travel by road in India. Although we had a good, safe driver who listened when we reminded him we are in no hurry and for him not to attempt any risky was still a bit scary from time to time.

He was our driver for over a week and I can honestly say that we were much more worried by the driving behavior of other drivers. Overall, our driver was safe and alert at all times. We booked him out of New Delhi but he lives in Jaipur. Wish I had his contact info to pass on to you just in case you would consider private tranportation but I don't!

If you can secure a driver like the one we had then you're in good hands. Otherwise, you have no choice but to fly or take the train.

Re: Jaipur to Udaipur on a Sunday

by illumina

We travelled by public bus and survived too! I can understand you not wanting to do that, but as a last resort, it's honestly not that bad.

Re: Jaipur to Udaipur on a Sunday

by RituPrasad

We returned from India last month. We went from Jaipur to Udaipur by road. We wanted to take a flight but it got cancelled. In case you decide to change your mind, it took us 6 hours. The road was not busy at all and the road was in very good condition. Ask your driver to drive slow if he is speeding.
Enjoy your trip.

Re: Jaipur to Udaipur on a Sunday

by Purush

Trains are quite safe and enjoable too. Jet airways site is:

I think they have a flight from Jaipur to Udaipur. Otherwise check spicejet flights or Kingfisher airlines.
Else there are plenty of buses (Private & Government) Luxury- try that out. Prefer Buses run by government (RTDC)

Happy stay in Jaipur.

Re: Jaipur to Udaipur on a Sunday

by tapuya

Udaipur is far from Jaipur. It is almost 405 km away from Jaipur.At least 8 hours from train, you have to travel . The fastest train to Udaipur is 2965 - gwl udz sup exp which departs at 22:28 Hrs from (Jaipur) and reach (Udaipur) in at 6:10 Hrs. 2965 - gwl udz sup exp has 7 stopages taking total duration of 7h 42m to reach Udaipur. Other method is by bus but you can face road or traffic problem . At least you have to keep around 10 hours for journey in your mind. Rajasthan is a very big state. It takes time to reach from one place to another place.
Or you can book a private car to reach Udaipur ,so you can start in the morning and till evening you will be in Udaipur. On the way you can enjoy your journey .
I do not about flights.

Travel Tips for Jaipur

Cows in the street

by georeiser

The Hindus consider the cows in India as holy and they are allowed to freely roam the cities whatever traffic around. This looks strange to foreigners, but you will get used to it. It is always like that everywhere you go. The hindus believe the cows are wise and show a motherly calm.

GPS coordinates:
26° 55' 33.7900" N 75° 49' 31.6300" E

The Hare Krishna musician

by georeiser

A Hare Krishna man played music in front of a roadside restauranton the main road between Agra and Jaipur. I gave him 100 rupies for filming and took some pictures. He gave the money to the restaurant, so I guess he was employed by the restaurant to drag tourists into the restaurant. Anyway, he was a funny guy and a good musician. (See movies)

Rent a Rickshaw and visit Jaipur

by schlumpf

The easiest way to visit Jaipur is to rent for a whole day a Rickshaw. First of all, you gotta be definitely clear to the driver. He will drive you some times into some shops, where the seller will pay him a commision. So, if you do not want to get stressed all day long, be clear with him, maybe pay him something more, but in this way you are sure to avoid those stuff.
The day could beginn with the visit of the Hawa Mahal, then he could drive you to the Monkley Temple and the Fort. After visiting the amzing Monkley temple you can rest a bit in a bar beside the buildings, wehere the atrmosphere is pretty relaxed and where you can chill drinking something cold, as here the temperatures are definitely hot!
After that he could drive you back and reach on the way Jal Mahal and get you back to the City Palace and the Jantar Mantar.
After all that, he could drive ytou to the Tiger Fort and leave you in the Flower Market.
In this way you visited all the sites of Jaipur in one day, and on the second day you can reach Amber fort and spend here few hours.
For such an itinerary (considering to avoid all the stops in shops and so on), do not pay more then 200Rs total.

Simply wait for a Rickshaw and bargain!

Hawa Mahal/Winds Palace


Poet king Sawai Pratap Singh built in 18th century this palace of winds. This is the most easily recalled landmarks of Jaipur and is also its icon. Located in the city Palace it is best viewed from the outside for the palace is really a facade. This five-storey building overlooking the busy bazaar street is a stunning example of Rajput architecture and artistry with its pink delicately honeycombed 953 sandstone windows known as 'jharokhas'. It was originally built for the ladies of the royal household to watch everyday life and processions in the city from their veiled comfort.
Most people come here to get a view of the facade but they can also climb to the top for a wonderful view from the latticed windows. There is also a small archaeological museum there.
Open 9 AM to 4.30 PM
Entrance Fee Rs 5
Camera Fee Rs 30 and Video Rs 70

Palace on Wheels

by Preetibandooni

Just pay attention to these things:

Do not wander around alone. The Indian passengers are best buddies for trying shopping; they can help you with the language can get some decent bargains. Debi, the saviour helped several.

Enter the train only if you are an avid train journey lover and can enjoy the long hours of journey on a moving train.

Ohh...and of course...don't forget to book your tickets in advance...for the train gets full way early


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 Park Prime Hotel

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Address: C-59 Prithviraj Rd., Near Statue Circle, C-Scheme, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302 001, India