The people working over there are friendly, but some of them do'nt show always that they know what they 're doing. For example: We ordered a taxi for the morning to go to Sariska's tiger reserve. The taxi driver was not there and they had to call him later.
The room was fine.
They're busy with building the hostel (2017) It looks like it is going to be a lot better.
Decent rooms but there is scope of improvement in service. The hotel staff assisted in addressing the requirements in the room (basic requirements such as room freshener, extra pillow etc), but needed to knock them time and again to get the service. Staff needs to be more prompt. Food served is of good quality, compared to other options near by.
We had booked two deluxe rooms. The hotel is part of a local chain of hotels. It is probably an old property, recently renovated. So although the exterior looks a bit shabby, the rooms are modern, well-equipped, clean and comfortable, significantly better than some of the neighboring hotels for the same price. The bathrooms were equipped with liquid soap, hand lotion, shampoo, shower gel etc, and there were bathroom slippers as well (not common for most standard hotels in India). Overall, I was quite impressed by the quality of the rooms, given the price. There is a separate entry (other than the one through the reception) which leads upstairs, where the bar is located, adjacent to a common balcony for all the rooms (where smoking is permitted, since the rooms are non-smoking). From the balcony, a passageway leads to the rooms. Although the bar is located next door, there is no noise/disturbance, although we were there during new year's eve. The location is also perfect, a few minutes' drive from the entry to the Bala Quila and other historical attractions. It's also a few minutes' drive to the Jaipur road (which leads to the national highway) . There are several shops in the vicinity as well, which is really convenient. There is free car-parking in the area in front of the hotel (common to all the hotels in the enclave). The hotel also serves non-vegetarian food (otherwise, not so common to come across in Rajasthan). Overall, definitely value-for-money. Would definitely like to stay here again.
My only complaint about the hotel is its service. One needs to dial the reception for room-delivery of food, and there is no coordination between the reception and the kitchen. In fact, at times, the staff were almost rude. There was no hot water in one of the rooms, and when we complained repeatedly, they opened another vacant room for us (to use the washroom). But there was no hot water in this room either. Thankfully, one of the two rooms we had booked had hot water and all four of us had to take a bath there. In addition, bread-toast and boiled eggs for breakfast took nearly an hour to arrive, which really delayed us for our day-trip to Bhangarh. Minor: Tucked away in an enclave of hotels, some belonging to the same chain, it might be a bit difficult to locate this hotel. Had the service been better, this hotel would have received a much higher rating from me.
Since, it was late checkin we had no option but to stay put. The place was not economical but cheap. Loud music and disturbance till late night from the bar on the 31st night that disturbed the family.
To add to our misery Bed linen was filthy. Housekeeping was a concern so was the ambience. Only saving grace was the friendly staff. Needs to undergo a lot of changes to improve and be equipped for family bookings.
I booked a single occupancy room online, but when I arrived at hotel and actually saw the room i was totally shocked to see that it was just a box with attach bath, I immediately changed my mind and luckily I got call from two of my friends so I changed my room to a double bed room in the same hotel, with an extra mattress over floor. Room service is good, they provided drinking hot water even at 12 o clock at night. It cannot be said that it's cheap or expensive, it's like average.