Our second time here. Well located right on the lake and in a quiet spot away from the hustle and bustle. Reception laid back but fine. There is an old feller on the gate with a spear who seems to spend most time sat talking with his mates, that's fine. We were on the top floor which can be accessed by a lift A communal balcony runs along the rooms with chairs allowing You to sit and enjoy the view of the town and ghats. The rooms are pretty much as they would have been a century ago, very colonial. The dining room is gloomy and serves a dreadful breakfast. Eat out. Just round the corner is the Om Shiva Garden Restaurant. Set in a quiet garden serving quite reasonable food at cheap prices. Theoretically Pushkar is dry but we got LARGE gins, cheap.