The Royal Courts hotel definitely had a grand look. The rooms, service, food were all of good quality. There is still scope for improvement.The best place was the open swimming pool area. Very good for relaxing.
Location is right in the middle of the desert. So, pretty isolated. Best to be in the hotel before it gets too dark.
Liked the place and would recommend a stay here. Gives you the feel of living in the midst of the desert.
We had our worst experience of a 4 start property. This property should actually be rated just .4 star rather then a 4 star. The property itself is good, but it is managed so poorly that the you will have the worst stay ever. Cons: > Located 10 kms outside Jaisalmer > No mode of transportation available (Autos, private taxis), although the hotel can arrange for one. But due to hotels location, you end up paying for 20 Kms extra if u want to visit market or any other sight seeing. > No market near by, no fun activities. > I was happy to see the pool, but just before jumping into it I saw such big mosquitoes, and other water insects that it would have been a nightmare to have a bath in the pool. > The food was sick, tasteless. I had to actually ask the manager what will be available fresh as we were the only couple staying in the hotel that night. > B.fast had nothing except stale parathas and some foul smelling Jam. > Worst was when the AC stopped working at 1200 am in night, and could hardly see anybody in the hotel to seek help from. Although when called the manager at 3.00 am in the morning, he shifted us to another room. I summary, i will never recommend this hotel to anyone.
Nice, big 'expansive' rooms.The architecture is such that the rooms are on two levels around the pool area..that i presume prompted the promoters to name it as such.The walls in the so assumed royal court, outside the rooms , are very beautifully done up with mustard and yellow colours in kind of floral patterns.This looks very good and the pictures we took here lent a very nice, Rajasthani background.
The dining area as against the size of the hotel rooms and other utilities,was small and nowhere royal.Food is ok...rather was.I'm sure they must be working on it to be called a royal treat.Located close to proposed airport,it is a 5 km drive from the city centre so watch out if are using public or shared transport.The pool is fairly sized.Enough parking.Overall neat....but the rooms were a sell out.I liked it.
It is a great, very quiet place. If you are in for tranquility, this is a great choice. On the other hand, if you are looking for loud entertainment, you might be slightly disappointed.
The staff is friendly and helpful.
The building it self is appropriately modest. There is aircon in the rooms as well as the fans, the rooms are clean and the bathrooms are spacious enough.
The food was good, but nothing out of the ordinary.
I guess the best thing about this place is its remoteness and simultaneous reasonable comfort, if that is what you looking for.
A hotel cannot be worse than this. Don't be fooled by the photographs. The rooms stink, TVs dont work, ACs dont work in some rooms, and you have to beg for basic services. This place falls under the Dharamshala category