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See the best of 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' with Real Holidays

Visit the forthcoming movies fictional setting of Bangalore, or combine the filming locations of Udaipur and Jaipur with Indian specialist Real Holidays

 
PRLog - Feb. 1, 2012 - Adapted from Deborah Moggach's novel These Foolish Things and due out on 24 February, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is a comedy starring Judi Dench, Tom Wilkinson, Maggie Smith and Bill Nighy as a group of retirees who are lured to live out their days in a recently-restored Indian palace hotel.  This turns out to be the incomplete and decrepit Marigold Hotel, whose naïve young owner (Dev Patel) has run out of cash.  

Though set in Bangalore, the John Madden-directed film was in fact shot in Udaipur and, predominantly, Jaipur.  The all-star cast will ensure it does big business at the box office, and the exotic Indian scenery should tempt many a cinema-goer into booking a break to the subcontinent.  Here are some options to visit the film’s fictional and actual settings from Real Holidays:

Bangalore
The action supposedly takes place in Bangalore.  Once an uninspiring IT centre, the city has become a hip, happening metropolis.  Many young Indians have flocked to work there, tempted by the excellent nightlife, culture and restaurants, while an accent on horticulture has earned it the nickname of India’s ‘Garden City’.  A seven-night itinerary combining Bangalore with the temples, palaces and markets of Mysore costs from £1,041 pp including flights (one overnight), transfers and sightseeing tours.  

Jaipur & Udaipur
In the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur, scenes were shot outside the City Palace, in the airport and railway stations, in the World Trade Park and at Tripolia Bazaar.  The Marigold Hotel was created in the existing Revla Khempur, located around 40 miles outside Udaipur.  Visit the Revla Khempur, and admire the Rajput-era palaces and various lakes of Udaipur, and Jaipur’s Amber Fort and jewellery markets, on a seven-night Rajasthan itinerary.  Prices start from £1,250 pp including flights (one overnight), transfers, two nights in Jaipur, an overnight train to Udaipur, three nights in Udaipur, and sightseeing tours.

Book both packages via Real Holidays (020 7359 3938, www.realholidays.co.uk)

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Real Holidays is a tailor-making specialist operator providing high-quality trips to India, Sri Lanka and the Maldives.  Come to them not just for the staples – Rajasthan, Kerala, etc. – but for much more unusual destinations, itineraries and accommodation.  

Ends – 31 January 2012
Press: Richard Mellor at Travel PR (020 8891 4440 / r.mellor@travelpr.co.uk).

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Travel PR is one of the leading travel PR agencies in the UK with over 30 clients covering trade associations, hotels, tour operators and tourist boards.

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