Panorama Guest House
About Panorama Guest House
Operating a 24-hour front desk, Panorama Guest House is located just 50 metres from the well-known Lake Pichola. It features a rooftop restaurant, offers complimentary parking, and provides free Wi-Fi access throughout the property. Situated within 300 metres from the notable Jagdish Temple, the guesthouse is just 500 metres to the City Palace. Udaipur Railway Station and Bus Stand are 3 km away, while Udaipur Airport is about 25 km away. Fitted with tiled flooring, the rooms are simply furnished with a wardrobe, a cable TV and seating area. The attached bathroom comes with shower facility and free toiletries. Panorama Guest House has a tour desk that can assist with bookings of sightseeing excursions and travel arrangements. Luggage storage, currency exchange and laundry services are available on request. Guests may also rent a car to explore the area. The in-house restaurant serves tasty Indian, Continental and Chinese dishes, accompanied with panoramic views of the lake.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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