Among the holiest Hindu cities and one of the oldest cities in India, Pushkar is a religious hub for the pilgrims and tourists who flock here in large numbers every year. Situated north-west of Ajmer, Pushkar is built around its holy lake which was created by Brahma, according to legend. The two places are separated by hillocks making Pushkar a small religious town. What makes is special is the existence of the only temple of Brahma in the whole world. The sight of hundreds of devotees forming religious ablutions on the 52 ghats surrounding the lake is common throughout the year. Although the time of the year doesn’t matter for the pilgrims, the months between Octobers to march is ideal for visit having moderate weather. Being a highly visited town, there are hotels in Pushkar that are suitable for all sorts of travellers. Inns, palace hotels, resorts, havelis and home stays are common and come in a wide range of services and prices. Online Pushkar hotel booking ensures your rooms are ready to move in as you arrive.
Treebo has some of the best hotels in Pushkar in terms of its amenities and location in the city. But what set apart Treebo are their extremely affordable price that goes easy on everybody’s pockets making their stay worth it. Set at prime locations across the city, the hotels make it fast and easy to get to a popular tourist destination or a commercial area. Treebo has a reputation for having the best budget hotels in Pushkar based on the amenities they provide such as air conditioned rooms with en-suite bathrooms and Treebo toiletries, LDC Tv with cable/DTH connection, coffee table, fridge, complimentary WiFi and breakfast. The prices are a steal being in the ranges of INR 999 to INR 1999. The Treebo Pushkar Legacy is fine example for budget hotels in Pushkar by Treebo. The fully furnished rooms offer a private balcony and absolute privacy with world class amenities. It also offers parking, guest laundry, a travel desk for information and restaurant on premises offering appetising food. It is located one kilometre from Pushkar lake, Jami Kund and the Bramha temple. Pushkar hotels like these are ideal for leisure travellers as they offer a comfortable place to relax after a long day of sightseeing. The hotel is 13 kilometres from the Ajmer Railway Station and 180 kilometres from Jaipur Airport.
The epicentre of the town, Pushkar Lake, being surrounded by the 52 bathing ghats and 400 temples, is a sight as incredible as it is holy. Temples are mostly what you find in the town and a lot of them are worth visiting starting with the Brahma Temple; the only temple built to worship the Hindu deity Brahma. The Varaha Temple, the largest one in Pushkar, and the Sri Punchkund Shiva Temple, are said to have been built by the Pandavas. Being a religious destination, most of the food available here are vegetarian and a diverse cuisine in that. The popular ones are a rice dish called pohas served as breakfast. For a fuller meal try out the restaurants such as Shri Vankatesh, Sixth Sense, Naryan Café, Out of the Blue and Om Shiva Garden Restaurant. For shopping, hit the Sadar Bazaar, which is full of small shops selling gift items and souvenirs. Other places worth mentioning are Lala International, Maloo Enterprises and Khadi Gramodhyog.