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Hotel Burja Haveli Rating4.0/5, based on 79 Review(s) Price: Rs. 3,400

Hotel Burja Haveli

Vill. Burja,7th Mile Stone Rajgarh Road,, Alwar , 301001  |  Show on map





Mon, 30 Jan - Tue, 31 Jan | 1 Room
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    • 4.0
    • Hotel Burja Haveli

      (based on 79 reviews)


    • Terrible 3
    • Poor 2
    • Average 9
    • Very Good 41
    • Excellent 24

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Great service Great service

by smithface on November 19, 2016

Lovely quiet location, fantastic service and good food. Definitely one of the nicest places we stayed on our trip to India. Staff were so friendly and helpful. Pool was lovely too and the gardens are really nice.

oh Yes!! this is the place to be in Alwar oh Yes!! this is the place to be in Alwar

by aks123cp on November 1, 2016

Well the reviews certainly did help and we choose this Bruja Haveli for our recent getaway this long weekend. The burja haveli palace is outside the alwar city, enroute to sikrandra and rooms and foods are awesome. i chose the super delux room. Its a very quite place and once can certainly sit and read a good book. the palace has nice expanse and you can go for a stroll in the garden as well. The staff is very courteous and made the stay pleasurable. will certainly recommend to visit if nothing more, at least a meal, may be a dinner as the options are more in evening , one can get typical rajasthani food.

Completely overpriced Completely overpriced

by rmcn23 on October 23, 2016

This place is totally overpriced. We were expecting to stay somewhere relaxing, clean, nicely decorated but what we got was the total opposite. The place needs a lot of work doing to it before it can describe itself the way it does on their website. The staff are lovely and attentive. But that is the havelis only saving grace. The grounds have the potential to be lovely and a nice space to spend time, but the pool (which was very clean) has no comfortable seating around it, or sun beds, so it's a somewhat awkward experience. The same can be said for the seating area in the middle of the haveli. The concept is nice, but the seats are old and uncomfortable and nothing is clean. Our room was dirty. There were marks on the sheets. The toilet was black when I wiped it with a cloth. Nothing had been properly cleaned. The bed was rock hard and no matter how small a movement made a loud noise and rocked. The tv in the room was very old and the channels only worked occasionally. The wifi was terrible. The food was completely overpriced but as you're outside the town itself you cannot go elsewhere. This place has real potential, and the staff work hard, but it needs a revamp desperately, or otherwise it needs to reduce its prices.

Saving grace of Alwar trip Saving grace of Alwar trip

by AshishSPanwar on October 12, 2016

I travelled to Alwar in October (I keep repeating this fact on each review for context) without knowing much about Alwar as such. On Tripadvisor I came across this place and the reviews were very encouraging. This place is bang in the middle of a village called Burja. As you come off the main road, you first enter the gate to their huge lawns. You follow the arrows painted on the walls taking you to the restaurant (This place is know for its food. Covered in more detail below.), you suddenly see a closed gate (almost a dead end). The guard manning the gate would open it for you and you come out of this gate, cross the small road and enter into another gate which is the real Burja Haveli gate. Congratulations... you made it. Park your vehicle and make your way to the reservation desk. The moment you enter you'll see the courtyard. It's neither too big or small. There is good amount of greenery inside the courtyard and it is decorated aesthetically. There are rooms on ground as well as first floor. We stayed in first floor room. Initially I was skeptical of the room but I was pleasantly surprised to see a hall and a bed room for my stay. Even 4 star hotels in Metro don't give you a hall unless you shell out a bomb. Now remember, this is a 240 year old haveli, so don't expect 5 star comfort and facilities. Enjoy the great hospitality the staff would shower on you. I believe this was the best place to stay at Alwar, because I really enjoyed my time in doors too. Partly because it was damn hot outside and partly because Alwar has so few things to offer in terms of places to visit. I realised later that Burja Haveli is a landmark in Alwar as most people know about it and you would even find it marked on the map of Alwar. This place has a restaurant and a bar too. Since I travelled during Navratras, I missed out on having fun at the bar (I'm sure I would have enjoyed it thoroughly), though I absolutely loved the dishes served in their restaurant. Go past the spelling mistakes in their menu card and just taste the amazing dishes. Based on one of the recommendations in a comment in Tripadvisor on Burja Haveli page, I tried "Rajawadi Kofta". Man.....I ended up having more than my fair share of this dish that day. For the first time in my life I actually relished cashews in a dish. The koftas were so soft and melted in your mouth. Now remember that Rajasthani cuisine is quite well know for tantalising taste buds and it can be spicy too. During evenings people would trickle in to their restaurant. The bagh (garden) is also beautiful. It's quite big and you could see many things from vegetables, flowers to fruits growing here. I saw trees laden with Amla and Amla all around. We enjoyed Amla pickle (achaar) with our parathas in our breakfast and also purchased a few jars. They also have a swimming pool which I think is recently built. It's an outdoor pool and I enjoyed a dip in that pool. Overall the stay at Burja Haveli was very good. If I'm ever travelling back to Alwar, I'll make it a point to stay here and this time I'll enjoy the Chandni bar too!!

Regular spot for dinner Regular spot for dinner

by Piyush K on September 29, 2016

Well, Alwar is my hometown. And I have wonderful friends back there. Whenever I visit Alwar, Burja Haveli is a must visit at least one time. We have used their restaurant and bar. Food is authentic and delicious. The chef is a gentleman and will be present if you ask him to describe the dish. Most of the faces are quite familiar to us as we usually visit 10-12 times in a year. They have set up for a small group as well as large family, you can enjoy your evening there and in winters they have folk musicians too to amuse you. Recommended to everyone.

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Demo Trip if travelling with family will suggest Super delux rooms, they have more space with fridge

by aks123cp on November 1, 2016

Demo Trip Do try rajwari kofta and bejad ki roti

by Piyush K on September 28, 2016

Demo Trip ground floor rooms are better

by Aartee1975 on March 16, 2016

Demo Trip All rooms are specious, ground rooms are little dark, rooms on the second floor are good with sunlight.

by urmimalaghosh on February 17, 2016

Demo Trip All rooms are equally good

by karljerome on November 24, 2015


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  • The primary guest must be at least 18 years of age to check into this hotel.
  • As per Government regulations, It is mandatory for all guests above 18 years of age to carry a valid photo identity card & address proof at the time of check-in. In case, check-in is denied by the hotel due to lack of required documents, you cannot claim for the refund & the booking will be considered as NO SHOW.
  • Unless mentioned, the tariff does not include charges for optional room services (such as telephone calls, room service, mini bar, snacks, laundry etc). In case, such additional charges are levied by the hotel, we shall not be held responsible for it.
  • In case suitable proof of identification is not presented at check in, the accommodation can be declined to guests posing as a couple. will not be responsible for any check in declined by the hotel due to the aforesaid reason. ( and shall not be able to process any refund )
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