Overall the hotel was worth a stay.
Fri, 31 Mar – Sat, 01 Apr (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Overall the hotel was worth a stay.
The Camel Ride and the Cultural show is good. But the rest is very average. Hot water is only available for 3 hours in the morning. The running water is dirty. The linen is poor and the blankets inadequate. Not worth Rs. 5000 a night at all!
The experience with this property was very disappointing. We were staying in tents it was not comfortable at all. Staff and room service was poor. Food was average in taste. Will not recommend to others. Its an below average property.
The food was excellent of the restaurant. Staffs were helpful with friendly nature. I had stayed in Deluxe Tent it was well maintained having all the facilities. I would recommend this hotel to others.
I have booked for deluxe tents that was very spacious and finely cleaned. Service was good. Food was tasty. I will surely recommend to others.
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it was worst experience of new year evening. as the management allow local person (single also) with guests who paid too much amount for this evening. No security of families from management as local persons dancing with glass and bottles over the heads after drinking, they were dancing with the artists. Although Male female toilets are separate but ladies toilets are used by Males and no one from staff is bother to stop them. If anything happens anywhere, no one trace that as no CCTV camera for security. Food was worst. Nothing to appreciate.
This hotel had great things you could do like a camel safari and a jeep safari across the desert as well as seeing the sunset. On the day of our departure the hotel was not very reliable and trustworthy because they did not call any taxis to take us back to the Jaisalmer City. Eventually however they offered us their own cars and we got to Jaisalmer on time. The entertainment at night was great with Rajasthan music and Dancers. The food was not very good because it gave some of us diarrhoea. We had to request for beds to be made in the morning - maybe because of the rush around new year eve.
We were on an organised group tour and stayed one night at this safari camp. Apparently the tents have recently been refurbished and the accommodation looked OK, but the bed was like a rock. I would have been more comfortable on a quilt out on the sand. Additionally, there was no underlay and the sheet was placed straight on the "mattress" - ugh! (I use the word "mattress" advisedly - it sure wasn't innerspring and whatever it was stuffed with originally, it had compacted down so hard that there wasn't a mm of give in it). Consequently, I didn't sleep a wink and the next day felt quite unwell as a result. Other aspects of our stay were passable (eg meals, camel ride and entertainment), but unfortunately I could not recommend staying here. And a "PS": why can't the camel drivers, or someone, pick up the rubbish that's left lying all over the sand dunes? It was disheartening to see plastic bottles and general rubbish just being trodden into the ground by the camels. The drivers were very keen in asking for their tip, but in English that word has two meanings......just saying.
Everyone in our tour group was worried about the camel safari and camping. No need. The camel safari was wonderful and didn't last long enough. They're not the prettiest animals but there's something kind of graceful about them. We even stopped for a beer half way! Accommodation was in the form of luxury tents with an ensuite (toilet, shower, basin). I did see a mouse running across the channel between the bedroom and bathroom the next morning but that's nature for you. We had an evening meal and breakfast and although choice wasn't as extensive as if we'd been in a hotel, no complaints whatsoever. Entertainment was provided in the evening in the form of a music/dance group which was AMAZING. Seriously, we were all captivated. Four of us stayed up chatting in the entertainment area and one member of staff didn't seem too happy - I assume he wanted to go to bed. Chill out, mate!
The hotel is just located of the highway into the desert. The first look of the interior landscaping of the resort itself tells you they have tried to keep it as authentic as possible. There were no hassles in check in and we had taken the A/C cottage and we had to walk through sand to reach there. The room was big and again had a traditional look. What really impressed us was the bathroom which was quite big and good. The A/C was quite effective in keeping us away from the heat outside. The food in daytime is brought to room due to heat outside and eating in the portico of the room was great, They had a fixed menu for lunch which was of the local cuisine and it was made quite well and was filling. Evening time the camel safari to the desert for sunset was a great experience which I would recommend you definitely should not miss. The night time cultural programme was authentic traditional rajasthani songs and dance performance followed by buffet dinner of the local cuisine which was good. The feel of the area where dinner and morning breakfast is served is amazing as it is a open air courtyard and you have the feeling of having a meal under the stars. Overall it is a experience we would not forget our lifetime. A few negatives were the charges for alcohol was quite high (bottle of beer 250) also little spooky in daytime as very few guests are there.
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