Bundi Vilas

India

Open:  Bundi Vilas is open all year.

Location:  Bundi Vilas is set against the walls of Bundi Garh Palace above the town of Bundi in Rajasthan.  There is a train station in Bundi with 2 direct trains from Delhi. The next nearest station is Kota, about a one hour drive from Bundi. There are frequent trains from Delhi to Kota.

Rooms:  There are 7 guest rooms with air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms with power showers and terraces.  Rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and a telephone. A selection of toiletries is provided.

Activities:  Guests can explore Bundi, with its old walled town, havelis, markets, bazaars and step wells, as well as the lake, palace and fort. .The hotel can arrange excursions to local sites of interest including the city of Kota. Staff can take guests bird watching.   

Facilities:  The roof terrace, where breakfast and dinner are served, has views over the town and Jait Sagar lake below. The food is north Indian vegetarian cuisine. They offer beer and Indian wine with dinner. There is an outdoor pool. Massages can be arranged.   

Dining:  Meals are taken at individual tables on the terrace.  

Children:  Children of all ages are welcome.

Health:  We recommend malarial prophylactics for travel to India.

Communication:  There is free W-Fi internet access.

Notes:   Please note that Bundi Vilas can only be reached on foot from Bundi, which is quite a steep climb. Therefore this property may not be suitable for persons of limited mobility.  

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Client Rating for India 5/5 from 130 reviews

The journey to the haveli already has you intrigued - the streets are narrow and full of life. After a short steep passageway the haveli rises impressively before you. Its elevated aspect affords you fantastic views over the city but most impressive is the view at the foot of the Bundi Garh Palace. As the day draws to an end, you can watch the monkeys by sunset return to claim the palace for themselves. As night draws in the castle is uplit and illuminates the thousands of bats tumbling out of the darkened windows - fabulous! The rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated - the water in the shower however didn't warm up very much. Our evening meal was served on the rooftop with an open fire to take away the chill. The food whilst tasty, in comparison to other meals we enjoyed on our tour of Rajasthan, was quite basic. Quirky place to stay, in a quirky city.

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