Kamal was a homie; he helped us set up our camel trek, which was a great time, then when we got back, we were able to use a room for the full day until our midnight train ride (a bed to chill in and a hot shower were the best things we could have ever asked for at that point).
We came to Jaisalmer at the end of our trip to India. The first thing to notice is that compare to other places, Jaisalmer is a very quiet place. When we arrived to the station, there was someone from Sagar Guest House waiting for us, which felt really nice. As soon as we arrived, all the stuff made us feel like home. Sagar has a rooftop restaurant with amazing food (veg only). The people preparing the food are amazing, the service is great, so much that you feel it is almost personalize. It is important to mention that we got sick when we arrive there (something we ate at the train), so this guys, knowing about our situation, took care of us and prepared food that help us recovery very fast.
The room that we got had a nice view to the desert. It was spacious and clean. The bathroom was fair considering this building is an old Haveli. But overall is a very good place to stay and rest.
Sagar also organizes desert safari, so we highly recommend you to do this. You can either spend the night in the dunes or go on a one day trip (as we did). The experience is amazing, you get to visit some abandoned villages, a hidden lake, ride a camel, go to the dunes, and spend the rest of the afternoon cooking and eating rajasthan food.
We highly recommend this place if you are going to Jaisalmer.
Me and my husband stayed in SAGAR guesthouse for four nights. Staff is awesome, rooms are clean, food is great, the location is perfect. We really felt at home during our stay in this guesthouse. Words are not enough to describe how awesome this guesthouse is.
Everything is great. :-)
A beautiful hotel in a beautiful fort, rooms are big, everything is clean, the employees and the owner are so friendly, they will give you everything you need and a beautiful rooftop where you can eat and enjoy the view of the desert and all the jaisalmer fort. Congratulations to them.
Me and my sister stayed in Sagar guest house in late November, even though we booked last minute we were accommodated and even picked up from the bus stop. The staff spared no expense in making us feel comfortable and welcome. It has a fantastic and reasonably priced rooftop restaurant offering a range of different foods, the chefs are very talented and very happy to tell and show you how they make the food. We also booked a Camel Safari through the hostel and we got exactly what we wanted. We had come to Jaisalmer to see and ride camels in the desert and wanted to avoid the touristic safaris that take large groups of tourists to resorts and markets. We had none of that and instead saw the incredible natural landscape, slept under the stars and met local villages, and local people. We had a knowledgable and friendly local guide, Sambo, who we thoroughly recommend and overall had an amazing and unforgettable experience.