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Ballarat, Australia

hello. would the evening dinner be suitable for children aged 8 and 10?

6 months ago Answer

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London, United Kingdom
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Sure....as long as they like Indian food. It's very casual.

6 months ago
Auckland, NZ
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Sure just let the chefs know, these guys aim to please!

6 months ago
Johannesburg, South Africa
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oh yes. Its not a very formal venue, there is a rooftop restaurant. Contact Garima, the friendly and very courteous GM if you need any special arrangement

6 months ago
Mumbai, India
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HeLLo,

First of All greetings and Last Month I visited Ur City and it is really Fantastic..

It is always a Heavy Dinner at any place of Rajasthan..As they try to make U feel really good,so if Ur children are hebituate to a heavy Dinner then take or U can ask them to prepare some sof delicacies Too and I am sure they will happy to help U on this regard.

Welcome to India and Welcome to Rajasthan...and Do Enjoy Ur upcoming stay...

6 months ago
London, United Kingdom
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Kezzarooney

As to "suitable" it all depends upon what you mean. If you mean will they enjoy it ? I see no reason why not: you can dine inside or out and I imagine that they have dined in up-market restaurants before. The waiting staff are friendly and helpful.

Moreover, this hotel is very professionally managed by general manager Ms Elizabeth Raine. I am sure that if you let her know in advance if you have any special requirements for your children that they will be accommodated. Contact details are on their web site - just search rawlanarlai, or phone +919928011813.

Hope that helps.

6 months ago
Sydney, Australia
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No problems at the restaurant as they are very accommodating but assume you are referring to the Stepwell Dinner. At 5500 rupees per person inc taxes it is a very special Thali dinner (more than we could eat). A memorable evening; the ambiance created by the singing of the yogi and the oil lamps around the Stepwell (dont want to say too much as it may spoil your wow). Very special for a couple but you could end up less enamored if you have to worry about the children exploring in the dark especially around the Stepwell.

I am sure the hotel would be able to provide a suitable alternative with supervision for the children if you ask them.

Don't forget to enjoy the leopard safari and village walk.

6 months ago
Toronto, Canada
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If your children are curious and can easily stay up until 11pm, they would love it!

6 months ago
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Hi we loved this hotel, but didn't do the step well dinner as we had been to a similar one at a different place, however we saw both nights we were there people leaving after predrinks for the outing, there were no children staying when we were there, but I would imagine if your children are worldly enough to travel throughout India it would be wonderful, the food at the i house restaurant is wonderful if you choose otherwise,

6 months ago
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