If you want to stay at a satisfying heritage site in Jaipur, India, this is one of the location
by Amirudra on
I had planned for a 7 days Rajasthan tour on my own, which ended in Jaipur, where I did not want to tour much, instead stay in a heritage haveli/ palace. After searching through the net, this place I found mostly positive reviews.
Upon arrival and the first look this place doesn't look like a hotel, instead it looks like a old/ worn out house, but the real charm/ beauty was inside. Each room is unique, with a simple heritage theme and yet magnanimous. It's a 300 yrs old property and the rooms have been maintained immaculately. Large spacious rooms and bathrooms. It Exactly what I wanted for my stay at a heritage site. It's a traditional building without lift but has stepped slope for easy climbing floors. Extremely homely meals , with two dinning halls (one courtyard for less guests, and another arched hall for large number of guest.
I will not do justice to this piece of review if I don't complement the staff. Each and every staff is extremely helpful and overtly welcoming making your stay befiting a traditional Indian phrase "athiti devo bhabo".
Will look forward to come back again.
Nice traditional Indian hotel
by 78leoh on
It is a interesting hotel has nice rooms in Indian traditions. We stayed 4 nights in a spacious room on 3rd floor. The room was beautifully decorated. Staff has been very kind and helpful. The breakfast was good. Its walking distance to major sections of Pink City. WIFI is slow, but owner said it will be upgraded to fiber very soon. I recommend it.
Magical Haveli in the city!
by Kristin P on
We LOVED our stay at Saba Haveli. The rooms are big and beautifully decorated with local antiques. The Haveli itself is like being in a museum which is slowly and carefully being restored to its former glory. I loved walking around the place and taking in all the intricate details of its design. If you appreciate old architecture, be sure to ask the owner to show you the rooms that still haven't been renovated, they are simply amazing! We also enjoyed a delicious dinner on the rooftop with a beautiful view of the fort and a small fire to keep us warm. The staff was amazing and very friendly and accommodating. Thank you for a wonderful stay in your beautiful home.
Do not Murge from the outside
by mgialdini on
The outside appearance is deceiving. The lack of outside restauration is more than offset by the wonderful decora inside the huge rooms, all' in Local traditional style. The staff is kind and helpful and efficient. Great stay.
Personal Experience at Saba Haveli
by AGRATAJTOUR on
Saba Haveli have few are Good Room, if your European they will give good rooms, first priority for Foreigners if you are Indian they change mind we stayed two nights with my Italian Clients. I cheek personally there only 5/6 Rooms they give my client some room is very good but some are normal rooms. Too Much Disturbing a Noise of Dog Need to be a work in progress.
I dont suggest Saba Haveli for My clients its my personal opinion behalf of my personal Visit this Haveli.
Note: According to Haveli & services Cost very High, there are no tea making facilities in all Rooms, no cleaning rooms, you can call they can do clean your room. But staff friendly & helpful.