In the outskirts of the stunning City of Lakes, Udaipur, Parijat is located in a quiet area surrounded by greenery. The villa has colourful, vibrant interiors accessorised with expensive artefacts, paintings and rustic yet chic furniture. It is ideal for couples. Spend your evenings under the open sky, next to your private pool as you look out to stunning views of the Aravalli hills. Immerse yourself in Rajasthani culture at Parijat.
Distance from Dabok Airport - 24 km
Distance from Udaipur City Railway Station - 22 km
Distance from Udaipur City Bus Depot - 22.5 km
Distance from Britona Market - 350 m
During your stay at Parijat, we personally recommend
A trip to Nathdwara Temple
A visit to Eklingji Temple
A day at Mewar Biological Park
The famous Lake Palace, located in the middle of Lake Pichola is one of the most beautiful sights of this city.
9,999 / night
Min. Duration Of Stay: 02 Nights
Validity of Stay: 1st April, 2021 - 30th June, 2021
Rooms / Unit: 01
Optional Transportation Cost
Travel to your destination in a ITH Safe Car: Ex-Jaipur at a special rate of 5,499 / Day (TnC Apply)
Vehicle Type: Sedan.
Bookings will have to be guaranteed with 100% advance payment at the time of confirmation, any cancellation post this is non-refundable.
Disclaimer: ITH Limited reserves the right to amend the terms & conditions of this offer, including extending, withdrawing or discontinuing the same without any notice, without assigning any reason, at its sole discretion and without any liability due to the dynamic nature of homestay prices. *All terms & conditions with regards to individual property accommodation rules will apply. Please note that taxes may change as per the notified rules by the state / central government and will be payable by the guest in addition to the current package price. State Govt entry rules with regards to Covid testing will apply and guest has to undergo mandatory covid testing if required. The seating capacity allowance of vehicle is based on the latest information from state/municipal/local authorities. However, the local authorities’ on–ground may still enforce restrictions on seating which is subjective as there are no clear laws regarding this.