Pushkar - 305022,
140 km from Jaipur, 270 km from Udaipur and 220 km from Jodhpur.
: Heritage Hotel.
About the Hotel
Pushkar Palace is a heritage hotel, built about 400 years ago by the
Maharajah of Kishangarh on the edge of the Lake Pushkar. The palace offers a
spectacular panorama of the 400 temples, banks, sand dunes and the Aravalli
Hotel Pushkar Palace has well appointed 36 Deluxe Rooms and 15 Suites with
all facilities in the rooms. Hotel has two floors, most of the rooms
including all suites are overlooking the lake and has garden view.
Spacious Air Conditioned rooms for single, double, triple and family
accommodation are available with satellite television, telephone and minibar
and other facities. Quality mattresses and linen are being used to make the
stay more comfortable. Each room has different period furniture, frescoes,
family portraits and decoration of old paintings, which create a great
Prince's Restaurant : Rajasthani and Indian cuisines are served with great
care from the royal kitchen to make your visit a rich experience in Indian
The resort provides a modern and spacious Swimming Pool in an Oasis
setting, Ayurvedic Massage, Steam bath, Jaccuzi and Sona Bath, Golf driving
range, Chipping/putting green, Travel Desk, Laundry Service, Doctor on call,
Money Exchange, Sand Volleyball Croquet, Spot Polo, Pool Table Library, A
variety of Indoor games.
It is semicircular lake around which there are 52 "Ghats". The
max depth of the lake is 10 mts. The lake is a holy place and is known as
the king of the "Trithas". The bath at Pushkar is thought to be
more important than at any other place. The holy dip in this lake on Kartik
Purnima is thought to be salvation giving.
The most famous temple in Pushkar, this is the only temple dedicated to
Lord Brahma (the creator of the universe according to Hindu mythology) in
the entire country. You can identify it by its red spire and by the image of
a hans(the goose considered sacred to Lord Brahma).This temple built with
marble is decorated with silver coins and there is a silver turtle on the
floor of the temple.