THREE STAR HOTELS IN UDAIPUR
Udaipur, previously the capital city of the Mewar dynasty, is now a key tourist destination in the state of Rajasthan. The sights and sounds of Udaipur are sure to awaken the artsy travel buff hidden within you. The valleys, gardens, palaces and lakes certainly have all got lengthy stories to narrate about Udaipur’s glorious bygone eras. Founded in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh of the Sisodia-Rajput clan, Udaipur is known by its popular name - “City of Lakes”. Besides being a hotspot for heritage tourism, Udaipur is also an upcoming educational hub in the country. The restoration project of the National Lake Conservation Plan (NLCP) has included five major lakes in Udaipur - Lake Pichola, Doodh Talai, Fateh Sagar Lake, Swaroop Sagar and Rangsagar. Udaipur experiences tropical weather conditions characterized by humid summers and cool winters.When it comes to 3 star hotels in Udaipur, there should be plenty of options available. Finding three star hotels in Udaipur has become easier now. Treebo now has four top-rated properties in Udaipur. The best thing about booking a 3 star hotel is that the room-space is relatively on the higher side, apart from full furnishings. They are mostly located next to major junctions and intersections in the city and are likely to be a stone’s throw away from good restaurants and shopping centres. These hotels also feature mid-sized (and reasonably priced) restaurants that offer all three meals of the day. Even though room service provision might vary, amenities such as fitness centers, valet parking, and swimming pools are part of the package.While visiting the ‘Venice of the East’, ensure that your itinerary includes major tourist attractions in the city such as the City Palace a huge lakeview complex with a two-hundred year old history, Jag Mandir a palace converted into a luxury hotel, Monsoon Hilltop Palace that offers spectacular views, Gulab Bagh and Zoo, Shilpgram a tribal village that doubles as a showcase of the region’s festivals, Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal a museum that houses Rajasthani folk art, and Sajjangarh Biological Park a zoological garden. Dine royally at some of Udaipur’s best such as Ambrai, Rainbow, Khamma Ghani, Harigarh, Tribute and Raaj Bagh.