Family accommodation in Jodhpur

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I will be in Jodhpur for 4 nights relaxing and seeing sights, shopping, in October. Can anyone recommend a hotel with a pool, some stuff to amuse my daughter, who is 8. She and my husband are first timers to India. Id like heritage style, not boutique, safe, comfortable, room service etc. Cost isnt an issue.
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Hi there,

Providing you a link from Hotels section.

This place seems to have pretty good reviews.

http://www.indiamike.com/india-hotel...jodhpur-h3529/


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Umaid Bhawan. Forget the rest.
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Originally Posted by Scandojazzbuff View Post Umaid Bhawan. Forget the rest.
Thanks for that Scandojazzbuff,

Just had a look at their website.

Absolutely Stunning !!!!!

Yep, I'll take it.

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Ive booked umaid bhawan in Jaipur, 11400 for 3 nights for 3 of us inc breakfast.

Is the umaid bhawan in Jodhpur as good as the Jaipur one looks???
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Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur is totally different than Umaid Bhawan in Jaipur.. no comparison between both the properties....

Umaid Bhawan Jodhpur costs more than US$ 550 per night in the month of October
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yes ive priced it, very expensive.....looks amazing though....wonder if not very child friendly as so posh......
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you can also consider The Ajit Bhawan (a heritage hotel in Jodhpur) http://ajitbhawan.com/html/index.html as your second option
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It's not got a pool but we loved our stay at the Ratan Vilas, especially with the room we got. The staff are so lovely, it's family run and the family stay in the hotel, with their daughter who's a similar age to yours I think.

The grounds are lovely, the food sublime and the courtyard restaurant is a lovely setting.

Most of the photos on its review page are mine, including the room. http://www.indiamike.com/india-hotel...jodhpur-h3521/
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thanks will look now!
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Originally Posted by richardswife View Post yes ive priced it, very expensive.....looks amazing though....wonder if not very child friendly as so posh......
You did say price was not an issue. The one in Jaipur is a far cry from the Jodhpur digs. C'mon, live a little.
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price isnt an issue in that I can afford it, but its value im bothered about. You are tempting me though!! Have you stayed there with kids?
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ratan villas looks nice but as we are there 4 nights would like a pool really.....this is our "chill" part of the trip
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Originally Posted by richardswife View Post price isnt an issue in that I can afford it, but its value im bothered about. You are tempting me though!! Have you stayed there with kids?
Sorry, mine are all grown and abandoned.

Value? I have no way of answering this as it is very subjective. These hotels are unlike most of the posh hotels in Europe where you will actually pay more than in India. These are elite class joints. When you are in Jaipur, just visit Rambaugh Palace and I think you will get the picture fast. You can stay somewhere else and just give the difference in price to the kids on the street.
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Ocean tragic, ratan villas does have a pool????

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