of our customers recommend this hotel.
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Average Guest Rating
Room Quality (3.7)
Service Quality (3)
Dining Quality (2.7)
Resort Rawla - Individual ratings and reviews:
DEEPALI from Mumbai, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 16 Mar 2008
Safari tent was spacious with all the facilities. I had my meal in the restaurant it was fantastic in taste. The location was wonderful near the hotel. Staffs are co-operative and helpful. It was an excellent stay in this hotel.
MR. K from New Delhi, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 24 Jan 2008
Cultural programmes at night and bonfire that was great. Food was very bad in taste needs to improve a lot. We were staying in tent it was very spacious and finely cleaned. Staff and service was ok. Over all it was an average stay.
ABDUL from Bangalore, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 07 Jan 2008
Rawala camp, we had booked 2 safari tents.. what found were small(tiny) tents.. just two people can get in and sleep.. so had to upgrade to swiss tents paying extra 2100/- per tent per night.. again there is no running hot water.. only in morning they provide.. for our bad luck.. they said heater did not work.. so they provided one bucket.. of water.. again no professional service.. just. Location wise its 5/6 km before actual sand dunes.. it has both advantage and disadvantage. somewhat peaceful.. but u miss sanddunes..
JAIMOHAN from bangalore, India recommends this hotel - Posted: 03 Jan 2008
Only on our arrival we came to know that the safari tent does not have a separate Toilet for each occupant and also it is not as safe as the other tent. We had to upgrade to Hut as the amount charged for the Swiss tent was exorbitant. The food served had only one Non-veg curry which was not sufficient for all the guest.
It is one resort where I see that the Drivers of the taxi are allowed to freely roam inside the Camp at odd times,They are not provided separate area. We also observed that some of the huts were used by the Drivers of the Taxi as the rooms were vacant. Also the common toilets for the Safari camp and the Huts were used by the other local inhabitants. Also the place from where the camel ride is done has to be reached on our own vehicle. We had to pay extra Rs.200 to the taxi to reach that place.