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Shack – The Restro Cafe
Shack – The Restro Cafe is a chain of cafes and restaurants located in Jaipur, Udaipur, and Kasauli. These Cafés are a must-stop for people who visit Jaipur, Udaipur, and Kasauli and who want to enjoy the North Indian, South Indian, Chinese Cuisine in the great ambiance.
White Mushroom V Inn Jaipur combines a unique design and unique style, offers guests a universal service that allows you to hold an event of any format.
The hotel is elegantly designed with 23 Luxurious rooms, Roof Top Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Exclusive Café Lounge, Banquet Hall and Board Meeting room.
The hotel is located in the heart of the city (2 km from M.I. Road, 2 km from Railway Station, 3 km from Pink City), allowing you to cover this distance in
less than 10 minutes.
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Jaipur is the largest city and the capital of Rajasthan. It was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amer on November 18, 1726, after which the city is called Jaipur. The city is classified as one of the most populous city in the country. Jaipur in Rajasthan is popular throughout the world as the pink city of India.
The pink city is planned by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya and has the distinction of being the first planned city of India. Popular throughout the world for its colorful jewels,the capital of Rajasthan combines the charm of its ancient history with all the advantages of a metropolis.
From the Indian Capital New Delhi, the lively modern city Jaipur is located at a distance of 260 km. Together with Agra (240 km), Jaipur is part of the Golden Triangle that includes Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Being a popular tourist destination in India, Jaipur serves as a gateway to other tourist destinations such as Jodhpur (348 km), Udaipur (421 km), Jaisalmer (571 km) and Mount Abu (520 Km) in Rajasthan.
As for the sweet dishes of Jaipur referred to below, it includes Ghevar, Gajak, Feeni, Mawa Kachori, Meethi Thuli, Moong Thal and Chauguni ke Laddu.
A trip to Jaipur would not be complete without a visit to surrounding places such as Amber or Galta, but without abandoning the walls of the pink city there are a handful of
interesting visits that you should not forget that make Jaipur one of the most beautiful cities in the country.
Known as the Palace of the Winds, this peculiar structure is little more than a facade in one of the most populous areas of Jaipur’s old town. It was built in 1799 and today is the emblem of the pink city. From the street, there is a building of five heights that in its interior is little more than three meters deep.
Its windows with lattices were used by the women of the zenana to be able to contemplate the life in the city far from the indiscreet eyes of the pedestrians. You can access the interior of the palace by a ramp and see Jaipur from another perspective. For this, you have to pay for the entry and an extra for taking pictures.
The best time to see this place is early in the morning when the sun rises and there are few people on the street. Directly opposite there are some shops, and going up some stairs you get to the roof over them. This point is ideal for taking photos.
This palace is located in the heart of the pink city and has been the residence of the rulers of Jaipur since the first half of the eighteenth century. The large complex has a fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture, with large public buildings without walls, something very common in any Mughal residence. The palace currently maintains a private part closed to the public that remains the residence of the royal family, while the rest of the complex works as a museum, which shows in different buildings magnificent collections ranging from royal robes to weapons or musical instruments.
Do not miss the huge silver urns that are shown in the Diwan-i-Khas and that served Madho Singh II to transport sacred water from the Ganges to London when he visited the British capital in 1901. Nor should you forget to see the Courtyard of the Lovers (Pritam Chowk) which has four delicately decorated doors that represent the seasons open.
Sawai Jai Singh ll built five observatories in different cities, the one in the pink city being the largest and best preserved. This king was an enthusiast of astronomy, he was always aware of the progress in this area worldwide. The observatory of the capital of Rajasthan was built between 1728 and 1734 and looks like a gigantic sculptural composition in which each of the 16 instruments of the enclosure has a certain function, such as alculating the temperatures that will be reached in summer, predicting the arrival of the monsoon or the possibility of floods.
And even today these instruments are still used. The entrance is paid and it is best to hire a professional guide to explain the function of each instrument and curiosities about the history of the place.
Unlike in most Indian cities, walking through the bazaars of Jaipur is simple. The pink city is urbanized with parallel and perpendicular streets, which makes it easy to navigate in them. Each area specializes in a type of merchandise, so the search for an item is simple once you are at the right place to buy it. In Johari Bazaar there are many shops with precious stones and also the stalls of the greengrocers that are located at the end of the street.
At Chhoti Chaupar, you will love the fragrance of flowers at the stalls where they sell garlands of marigolds and other flowers. Tripolia Bazaar has many fabric stores and Maniharon ka Rasta is the street where you can buy those fantastic bracelets that adorn the arms of all
Ishwar Laat /Swarga Suli Stamb
This minaret is one of the best-known landmarks of Jaipur. It was built in 1749 by Ishwari Singh to commemorate the victory in front of his stepbrother Madho Singh Later Ishwari ended up committing suicide before the unstoppable advance of the Maratha Army. His 21 wives and concubines threw themselves into the fire of his funeral pyre. Located near the door of Tripolia (in the bazaar of the same name) you can access its highest part from where you can enjoy the spectacular view of the city. The entrance is about 50 meters from the minaret, in Chandpol Bazaar.
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“ Last Minute Booking ”
Friendly staff, good food, restful stay. Thank you!! I will return on my next trip It is a well-lit hotel and the staff is concerned with their patrons’ safety. Internet is fast and consistent which also helps in planning the next part of my trip.
– Laury E (Boston, Massachusetts)
“ Excellent clean value for money hotel. ”
We recently visited this fairly new hotel in Jaipur, I can only say this was the best of all the hotels we visited in India. The rooms are spacious and clean, the air con. works perfectly, and any requests are met with a smile.
– Glynis H
“ Awesome Trip ”
In month of August I went in Jaipur with my family. I seen Hotel V Inn on trip advisor wow awesome property and also on posh location in the heart of city. Staff was good neat and clean hotel good service with great facilities. I have to recommend to everyone please if you are going in Jaipur one time stay in this Hotel.
“ Great Hotel”
I came here for work and one of my client decided to meet up at this hotel so I agreed. Firstly, I would have never thought of writing any review or anything about the hotel. I just thought to do my work and leave but the services this hotel gave me, made me to write about it. We have got everything in our room we asked for like the food and stuff. The food they served us was delicious and seemed real fresh. They have the nice ambiance and they surely maintained it very well. The environment this hotel has is very calm and soothing. The view outside the hotel is also very nice and admirable. The management of this hotel is also remarkable. Everything in the room and the room itself was very neat and clean and well managed. I had a great time and also completed my work. Great hotel and experience.
– Rushi Singh (Mumbai, India)
“ Stay With Friends”
Few years back me and my friends came to this place to enjoy and spent a really great time together at this hotel and this time too we had spent our time here again. This hotel seemed to be so great, I cannot even explain. The food these people serve has the best taste and the restaurant they have is also very nice. The room they gave us to stay was also very nice and spacious. The ambiance of the hotel was very soothing. We got everything in the room available. The staff members were very cooperative and gentle. This place is real nice and have calm and great environment. The rooms were so clean that we didn’t need to make a complain. Everything of this hotel is great and even improved from the last time. Great stay.
– Hement Bharadwaj (Hyderabad, India)
“ Worth Stay ”
The stay at this place is worth of every penny I spent here. The hotel is wonderful and have outstanding ambiance with well-maintained rooms. I have got everything in the room I wanted or thought of, available. I stayed here with my family and every member of my family loved it a lot. The room we stayed in was very spacious and have every single thing neat and clean. The food we had was very delicious. The services we were provided were top-notch. I loved the Jaipur and so this hotel and would love to stay here again.
– Sagar Awasthi (Bengaluru, India)
“ Nice Hotel ”
It was nice residing at this hotel. I stayed here for like two days and really had a great experience. The services, the food and the maintenance was brilliant. The ambiance of the hotel was very soothing and very beautiful. I really enjoyed my stay here as I didn’t experience any kind of problem in there. The food I had there seemed fresh and delicious. The room was very well prepared, everything was available in the room and also very neatly and nicely sorted. The view outside the hotel was very nice and I have to say that Jaipur is great, I really admired it a lot. Nice hotel.
– Kajal S
“ What a Warm Welcome ”
I have always seen in tv when people visit a hotel they welcome with a traditional style. Me and my friends visited this hotel, and we were surprised when they welcomed us with the traditional style. We felt really good. The service they provide proves that they value their customers. Also location wise this hotel is amazing because it’s nearby to city and also to railway station. They provide shuttle service also. The rooms were clean and the bathroom was also neat and clean. We took the premium rooms. The rooms were classy; all the facilities were there. Also the food in. Their restaurant is tasty and has many varieties to it. Overall we had a lovely experience and enjoyed our stay.
“ First-Class Rooms ”
I think this is a new hotel because never heard about white mushroom in Jaipur. Anyway I enjoyed a lot. specially the room was attractive. new and very we furnished was. 2nd their service was up to the mark. quite impressive with everything. room heater was a great thing I don’t get everywhere.
– Rahul Panditji (Panipat, India)
“ Best Hotel In Budget ”
I went to this hotel with a friend of mine and we enjoyed our stay. Service was good and food was awesome. They have a rooftop restaurant which gives a great view. The hotel is very well maintained and exceeds expectations considering the price they charge.
– Puneet T (Faridabad)
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