DeviGarh

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Village Delwara, Tehsil Nathdwara, , Rajasthan, 313001, India
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
70%
177
Very Good
16%
42
Average
8%
21
Poor
2%
6
Terrible
1%
5

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 47% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Solo66
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A very unusual hotel in India

by straehle about Devi Garh - Delwara

The Devi Garh is a fairly new hotel located in or just outside of the town of Delwara. Our tour company chose this for its proximity to Ranakapur - although it is still a three hour bus ride away. There is probably nothing closer. If our room is any example, the furnishings are all built in and of stone (see picture). The hotel is on many levels and is not really disabled friendly although there are elevators. There is a dining room and the food is adequate. We were on a tour so the hotel and food prices were included in the tour price. This hotel is a unique experience for the rooms alone. (See photo below). I think this is one of the better ones as it is a two room suite with a connecting room, but I suspect they are all furnished in the same manner. The hotel has nice gardens, a great view of the surrounding country and is only a short walk from Delwara, where the people are friendly and there are lots of people type photo ops.
The other two outstading features are the views and the walk to town to really mingle with the locals. The staff took us and found a couple of local boys to lead our trip. It was very inexpensive for the great pictures.

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Devi Garh SuiteDevi Garh Suite

Courtyard- Jag Mandir Palace(venue for ShakespeareCourtyard- Jag Mandir Palace(venue for Shakespeare

Inside Shalimar with brothersInside Shalimar with brothers

LAKE VIEWLAKE VIEW

Travel Tips for Udaipur

Ranakpur Temple: A few words about Jainism

by hydronetta

Main belief of Jainism, (founded in the 6th centrury BC), is non-violence towards all living creatures.
Jain are strict vegetarians, some even cover their mouths to avoid swallowing flying creatures accidentally. Jainism attracted a lot of followers among wealthy and politically powerful in west India.
Their art is outstanding visible by their two masterpieces: Ranakpur and Dilwara in Mount Abu.

Another high option

by Willettsworld about Sun & Moon Roof top Restaurant

This is another high rooftop restaurant in the Gauguar Ghat area which is just north of the City Palace. Again, the views over the lake gives this restaurant its major draw and appeal. I had a quite good chicken curry here along with rice and naan and a nice chat with a couple of tourists which you tend to do in these sort of places. Usual king of Indian/Chinese menu. Not a bad place so would recommend.

Lake Pichola

by josephescu

Pichola Lake derives its name from Pichola Village was submerged and Maharana Udai Singh enlarged the lake after he founded the city. He built a masonry dam known as Badipol and lake is now 4 km long and 3 km wide. This picturesque lake encloses the Jag Niwas Island and the Jag Mandir. And, the City Palace extends along its eastern banks.

Take a short boat ride from the jetty (often referred to as Bansi Ghat) at the City Palace to nearby Jag Mandir Island, which has the crumbling remains of a small (abandoned) 17th-century palace. Jag Mandir has some stunning carvings, including a row of huge elephants and a finely crafted cenotaph.

Boat trips 10.00 am to 17.00 pm from Bansi Ghat
Tariffs:
(1/2 hour cruise) Adult: Rs 75/-, child: Rs: 40/-
(3/4 hour trip) Adult: Rs. 150/-, child: Rs: 75/-
(1 hour solar boat) Rs: 1200 up to 8 persons.

Udaipur City Palace Rajya Angan Chowk

by munki


The palace complex is entered by the Tripolia Gate. After buying your entrance ticket on the right, you will enter a massive courtyard with excellent view of the city. This huge courtyard leads to the Chandra Mahal.

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 DeviGarh

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Address: Village Delwara, Tehsil Nathdwara, , Rajasthan, 313001, India