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The owner Late Mr. K.L. Soni, in his times was one of the best artists of Miniature Paintings in Udaipur. By his experience of Art, he has renovated this haveli with a very subtle taste. After his death, the family has followed his taste & spirit.

It is a beautiful hotel in the traditional Rajasthani haveli style. It is located on the corner of Lalghat on the banks of serene Lake Pichola. The hotel is in easy walking distance to all the popular monuments, the pichola lake, bazars, gardens and restaurants. It offers amazing views of Lake Pichola, the Old City, Lake Palace, Jagmandir Island Palace and the rugged Aravali ranges. The family and staff are committed to serving you and making your stay comfortable, enjoyable, and eternally memorable.

POONAM HAVELI is perfectly situate in the heart of the old city at equal distance from the City Palace, the famous Jagdish temple, Pichola lake and Bagore ki haveli. It is 25 km from the airport and about 4 km from the railway station & bus stand.

Attractions in Udaipur:
  • Palaces, forts located on hilltops, serene lakes make Udaipur a jewel among the cities of rajasthan.
  • The most impressive attraction in Udaipur is the magnificent City Palace. The complex contains museums and crystal gallery.
  • Down from the City Palace or on many ghats are boats landing where you can take a ride around Lake Pichhola and enjoy a beautiful sunset.
  • Jagdish temple above the busy crossing of jagdish chowk is the main temple of Udaipur. He is dedicated to lord Vishnu.
  • Sahelion ki bari, a beautiful garden with flowers, trees and fountains is 4 km from Poonam haveli.
  • Sajjangarh fort also called monsoon palace is atop a hill overlooking all the lakes and the city.

Attractions Arround Udaipur:

Eklingji (22km):

Eklingji is a temple complex of 108 small temples of 8th century. The main temple of Shiva has four-headed sculpture in black stone.

Nagda was first capital of Mewar kingdom and now left with ruins of temple known as Saas-bahu temple dated 10th century.

Nathdwara (48 km):
Timings: darshan at 05.30, 07.15,09.15,11.30-12.15, 15.30, 16.30,17.00, 18.30.
This temple dedicated to Krishna contains an idol, Shrinathji, from the 12th century. This idol was moved from govardhan hill near Mathura on 17th century to protect it from Aurangzeb’s campaign against Hindu worship.

It is small temple complex on Udaipur to Jodhpur route via Sadri. Ranakpur is widely known for its white marble Jain temple dated 14 th century and much older Sun temple in the big complex.

Kumbhalgarh fort is founded by Maharana Khumbha dated 14 Th century and has perimeter walls that extend 36 km claimed to be longest in the world after “The great wall of China”. Fort once had over 360 Hindu and Jain temples.

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