standard A/C Room
- Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet
Price for 1 Night
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- Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet
Sat, 28 Jan – Sun, 29 Jan (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
The Royal Suite was full of lovely trophies of stuffed wild animals and a full built Tiger. The ambiance was a typical Rajputana Royal Hunt. The AC was ineffective due to large size of the room. Food options were excellent, avoid Chinese food but Indian food was superb.
(based on 486 reviews)
Beautiful rooftop restaurant with delicious food! Stunning had-painted murals around the hotel and in parts of the bedroom. Basic room with a very hard bed, but clean with a hot shower. Average inclusive breakfast. Wifi was only working reception. Friendly staff.
Sheets had stains on them, definitely weren't washed. The rooms are run down, walls dirty, we felt the need to use our own sleeping bag liners as sheets for the first time in India. Wouldn't stay here again, though the dinner was OK. We were not in the main building, we suspect we may have been in the overflow rooms which might be "guide" rooms. The lobby and restaurant were nice. No wifi in room.
Stayed here 1 night on the way to Bikaner, Not good experience. Hotel is near station (4KM) ,Quite We booked 3 bedded room and from check in time (5.30 pm) I was complaining for non cooling of A/C till 10 pm but reception was sending some non qualified man and nothing was happening. The room was on 2nd floor specious with bikaneri interior but no ventilation, we simply pushed the night with suffocation as if you open small window then pigeon start coming inside, person at reception was cool and not interested in solving problem. It is observed that this hotel is paying more attention to foreigners. Restaurant on 1st floor, open to sky was good but very expensive against the quality. B.fast was very limited choice and not at all tasty, wondering how this is one of the highly rated hotel. Hotel is good but maintenance is not satisfactory.
I'm going through a trip in Rajasthan, where everywhere I'm greeted by a smile. I believed that is the hospitality of Rajasthan, before I came to Harasar Haveli. Here in greeted by a shout and threat. There's a young staff named Saroj, who thinks he has the right to shout at and threat guests. Reason: I had booked a deluxe room 4 months back; but since I came from Jaisalmer, I came in the evening and I was given the most horrible room, at the back of ground floor. And I had requested to change the room. But, according to them, they are fully booked. So the staff shouted at me and threatened me. The room was so bad and poorly ventilated, that it looks like a cave even in broad daylight. One side windows open to the dining room, which definitely can never be opened. We still agreed to stay in the room. But, as soon as I entered the toilet, I saw strands of hair lying on the floor. The bath place was extremely dirty. I again went to the reception and requested them to change the room, but to deaf ears. They were so busy then chatting with foreigners. This is a place in India, where foreigners are given A class treatment and Indians receive horrible treatment. One staff came to check my toilet, picked up the hair and left. We stayed in the room for the next 45 mins, but no one came to clean the toilet. This place is the perfect example, where a wonderful building can be made a horrible experience just by rudeness and racist behaviour of the staff. I feel sorry for the owners. And warn all my fellow Indians to stay away from this place. Never believed Rajasthan hospitality can be this bad, before I experienced it myself.
We had a large room, hot water, the breakfast was fine and there was a nice open air area. A few things were not doing as they should but nothing of note, just the usual Indian situation. It was a good place to stay.
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