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Village Adpur, Palitana , 364270 | Show on Map
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Located approximately 2 km from Adpur Lake, Vijay Vilas Palace offers a swimming pool and lawn. This property in Palitana is accessible from the Palitana Railway Station, which is 9 km away.
This accommodation in Palitana has well-maintained guestrooms, equipped with essential requisites.
Rooms include conveniences like television, bottled/drinking water, makeup mirror, and attached bathroom with hot/cold running water. Along with a host of conveniences, Vijay Vilas Palace has various facilities that include travel assistance for tours and sightseeing.
Additionally, conveniences such as housekeeping and room service are also available. Travel hubs nearby include Palitana Bus Station (9 km) and Bhavnagar Airport (68 km). Visitors can explore tourist spots like Samovasaran Temple (8 km) and Shetrunji Lake (16 km).
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by lboutet on March 10, 2018
This beautiful house is located outside palitana, close to the temples. It is very quiet, charming, simple but nicely decorated rooms and good beds. The guest and his staff are very welcoming. The food is good, maybe too adapted to western taste.
by Lindon H on February 12, 2018
this hotel was absolutely great we had a choice of rooms and stayed out the back the dining was in the courtyard, a brilliant setting, good food and service this is good value for money our driver had a room in the house the owner was very welcoming the approach to the hotel is through the country side down narrow lanes between the farms we enjoyed our interaction with with the local community. always very satisfying experiencing 'real' India
by Raj G on February 9, 2018
We stayed two nights in order to visit the Jain Temples. You can see the top of the Temple from the property. The property is well maintained. It is a very old large house that has been converted into a B&B. Most rooms in the main house are probably dark. We stayed in one of the 4 rooms on the main floor facing a nice courtyard. These are apparently newer rooms. They are bright and very lovely. Recommend choosing one of these four rooms in the courtyard in the back of the main house. The food is excellent. They serve you so many dishes in each meal; it is like an individual buffet. Our breakfast and dinner was included in the price. We also had lunch for a modest Rs. 350 per person, and the lunch was just as delicious as the dinner. The hostess is delightful. She is a bit shy but if you engage with her, you will find her very helpful. The place is family owned and run. The main attraction is the jain temples on top of the mountain. The hostess suggested we climb it from the Palitana side (the main entrance) and return on the opposite side where the hotel is (and you can see the hotel on your descent and the scenery is different). Ask the hostess to tell your car driver to drop you at the main entrance and pick you up on return on the side where the hotel is. Our total walk to the top and return took about 6.5 hours. Make sure to start the walk by 6 am. We first thought of renting one of those chairs that either 2 or 4 porters carry you on, fearing we may not make it (at age 75). Glad we did not do it. It is worth walking up if you can. However, being not very athletic, we have been sore in our calves for several days after the climb. No regrets. (By the way, the porters will mob you when you get out of the car. Tell your driver to get them away from you and tell them firmly you don't want them. As much as it is understandable that these folks need work, it is a bit annoying. They will likely continue to pursue you for a while, just be prepared to tell them no and finally they will give up on you.)
by Indiaphil on January 30, 2018
Clean rooms, basic but clean bathroom all in a very beautiful setting. The host is so sweet and charming, you really feel that she wants you to have a good stay. The food was some of the best we had on a recent trip to Gujarat, and plenty of it too. Hope to come back one day for the place, the food and the people.
by Nathan P on October 12, 2017
When we arrived we were greeted with a very warm welcome by the owners and staff. We were quite apprehensive at first sight as the place has a lost in time appearance similar to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. We were shown to our room in the main house and the view that greeted us through the open rear room double doors was spectacular, the Shatrunjay Mountain was in full view. We had a swing chair on the balcony and was bought a welcome chai. I could go on for hours about this place and felt very comfortable and welcome here. Everyone was friendly and warm. As you are more or less in the middle of nowhere, its hard to get a phone signal and wi-fi is limited. There is not really anywhere to eat in the local village but you could go to Palitana in a Tuk Tuk if you really need to...... BUT DONT...... just eat here. Oh my goodness, the food is incredible ! breakfast is simple, toast and an omelette, coffee, jam, tea, water, bananas. But if you stay for lunch and dinner, prepare for your senses to be overloaded, and your stomach. For 200 rupees you can have a lunch fit for a king. I am vegetarian and how they managed to create such a variety of home cooked food is beyond me. Dinner is a 300 rupee banquet, again, loads of different dishes are served every meal with rice and chapati and then puddings are milk based heaven. The food is cooked fresh for you and the kitchen is spotless. I have been to India many times and always get the dreaded Delhi belly, but not here ! I must admit to wondering how I would spend 8 nights here as there is not a lot to do. However, after 2 days I was so relaxed that I could have stayed longer. This place allows you the freedom from a hectic life, it makes you rest and relax, a trait that most of us have lost ! We did climb the mountain twice, once from the local village, Adpur and once from Palitana. We then took a Tuk Tuk to Hastagari and climbed to the temples here as well. The experience was summed up when I asked if I could get a bottle of water out of the fridge and was informed "This is your home" and it really did feel like home and staying with family. I will be back......
by Lindon H on February 12, 2018
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