Situated in holy town of Rajasthan, revered for its centuries old lake and legendary temples, Pushkar, Hotel Pushkar Palace offe
Situated in holy town of Rajasthan, revered for its centuries old lake and legendary temples, Pushkar, Hotel Pushkar Palace offers its guest a delightful heritage stay with all modern services. The property is located at a distance of 3.5 km from Pushkar Terminus Railway Station and 400 m from Bus Station. The nearest airport to the city is the Jodhpur International Airport that provides an easy access to the guest.
The popular tourist excursions nearby to roam around the city are Pushkar Lake(31 m), Pushkar Yoga Garden(1.2 km), Brahma Temple(1.3 km), Savitri Temple(3 km) that are in proximity of the hotel. Many food joints and shopping markets are available in nearby areas.
The hotel host an array of modern amenities like front desk, parking, car rental, laundry and many more that are provided to make the guest feel homely. Each room at the hotel is spacious, well crafted and complete with premium furniture that adds classic ambiance to the hotels heritage. Facilities like air-conditioner, television, telephone and mini-bar are given to offer luxury stay. Every room has an attached washroom with hot/cold water supply along with essential toiletries.
Great views of the ghats. Nice veranda to relax after a day around Pushkar.
Reviewed 2 months ago
Location is great but the facilities are not matching with the pricing they have charged.
Nice place of stay in Pushkar
Reviewed 3 months ago
Nice location, just on the bank of Pushkar lake. The long balcony outside facing the lake is awesome. The rooms are having old photos of royals and miniature paintings. Very spacious. The dressing space alongside the washroom was unique and private.
Reviewed 3 months ago
Staff was very courteous, the location was lovely but restaurant was dingy with no view. However from the courtyard, the view of the lake was lovely.
Reviewed 5 months ago
Very nice place, but the small dining rooms make it sad for meals and it's a pity the roof terrace is not better used and furnished.