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Thu, 02 Mar – Fri, 03 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
(based on 36 reviews)
Very nice hotel. Old building with his own history. There are old family photos on the walls make hotel home and cozy. Good stuff, good service.Very high step may not be suitable for people with disabilities.
Fantastic place right in the middle of the beautiful pinkcity. Authentic rajasthani feel and great management team. The place will give you a glimpse of the royal days of the town. Food is delicious with traditional local dishes available as well.
Travelling across India - from North to South - this was the first hotel after the northern ones which was extremely comforting: with hot water available in ample quantity, sunny rooms, a variety of breakfasts, friendly and secure ambiance and, what's more important, the staff who is trying hard to make your stay comfortable. The managers spoke good English, were very helpful and were reacting to all requests instantly and flexibly. And the roof... Haven't been there at a restaurant, but simply having such roof and a chance to step out in the morning - to enjoy the sun, the air, etc - is a nice bonus. Someone said about hotel being close to the wedding spot - that's right. Didn't have a chance myself, but the chance is there.. Good luck to the hotel and its owners and managers. What is important - is that the hotel is future-oriented - it develops every year, improving this or that, expanding... so one can expect guest-oriented service there.
Great budget option in a heritage hotel, the manager speaks perfect English and is extremely accommodating. The hotel also has a beautiful new restaurant and a rooftop terrace. Rooms are simple and pretty. Highly recommended !
I booked a room at Mahar Haveli after reading the reviews here. My wife and I were travelling from Delhi with our eight-month-old son and we were worried about the facilities available for the child. These days an infant-friendly hotel is hard to come by. Thankfully the owner and his staff were very kind and they allowed us the use of their kitchen which we used liberally to cook rice, daal, raagi, and their mixer to crush the food. With the baby's needs taken care of we could rest easy and had a great time at Jaipur. The Haveli also boasts of a good and affordable restaurant serving a range of North indian non-veg and veg dishes. In that part of Jaipur I doubt whether there is a better restaurant but tourists looking for a good meal are likely to miss it because of the location away from the main road. The food was not at all spicy or oily which is a rarity in India. The hotel is conveniently located in Old Jaipur near most of the tourist destinations like Jal Mahal, Amer and Jaigarh Forts, and City Palace. The bathrooms were also neat and quite spacious. It is a good budget hotel. You won't find anything fancy here. But by simply offering us their kitchen, these people won me over. Try asking that at a big hotel, and you will come across a big bureaucracy weighing the pros and cons of allowing a guest into the most "sacred" place in the hotel.
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