HOTELS IN UDAIPUR NEAR LUV KUSH INDOOR STADIUM
Luv Kush Indoor Stadium is a famous indoor sports centre located in Zinc Park, Udaipur. It is suitable for all kinds of indoor sports like table tennis, badminton, billiards, etc. It is often host to national level and state level championship tournaments and receives many participants during that time. The stadium is about 23km from Udaipur Dabok Airport, and around 3.2km from Udaipur City Railway Station.Since this stadium is often host to many tournaments, there are many hotels in Udaipur near Luv Kush Indoor Stadium where participants can find accommodation. These hotels come in a wide price range which is suitable for everyone, and offer services which will make your stay very comfortable. Basic amenities like well-furnished air-conditioned rooms, TV, mini fridge, and water heater are available in every hotel, along with services like free access to Wi-Fi, guest laundry, and complimentary breakfast. There are some Treebo hotels in this region where you can enjoy flexible timings of check-in and check-out. Not only that, the neighbourhood around this stadium is also home to many pocket-friendly restaurants. Apart from enjoying at the hotels near Luv Kush Indoor Stadium, Udaipur, you can also enjoy a hearty meal at these hotels.There are many places worth visiting in Udaipur. As suggested by its nickname, the city of palaces and lakes, it is home to many grand palaces and lakes, such as the City Palace, Lake Palace, Pichola Lake, Jaisamand Lake, etc. There are also many gardens and recreational places in the city. The Gulab Bagh and Zoo is famous for its beautiful collection of roses. Saheliyon Ki Bari is a historical building which, once upon a time, used to be the house of only ladies. It has now been turned into a small museum. Shilpgram is a small tribal village where many cultural festivals of Rajasthan are held. The properly made mud huts and the village setting give the feel of a rural environment. Jagdish Temple is also very famous among tourists and locals alike, while the Ahar Museum houses many rare artefacts and historical pieces.