I'd recommend but there was room for improvement.
Very large suites.
Friendly and helpful staff. An army of young lads eager to help.
The shower head needs replacing.
Very few English TV channels.
Enter through the gates and your transported to a beautiful garden with creative touches everywhere you look--bowls filled with rose petals and marigolds dot the pathways that meander from one relaxing spot to the next. As an artist, I found the Mandore Guest House inspiring with it's inviting, thatched, circular huts painted with symbols reminiscent of a bygone era. Altars, statues, the colorful, painted paths all offered opportunities for photography inspiration. With lovely views of the gardens, the huts offer modern conveniences like spacious, well lit bathrooms, great water pressure and on demand hot water. The large bed was welcoming after a full day of sightseeing.
The restaurant is clean, delicious and the setting, with it's view of the grounds, is truly special.
The Mandore is a real getaway and gem from the bustling town which is a walkable distance.
The owner, Sanjay Gehlot, is a gracious, attentive host. He also runs Wild Eye Travels--his knowledge of the people and their offerings in the area made for an enriching and unforgettable experience. Sanjay takes care of his guests. He personally made sure some of my purchases were sent home properly.
I highly recommend Mandore Guest House.
Hotel staff is so Good, Polite.Management People also Very Good.
Specially Uncle, Who is seating in office is very good personality.
I stay there with my family, only for 1 night, but My family really enjoyed such a nice & beautiful place.There rooms you can see on their own website also.They provide same rooms as shown on site.I take only break fast there, but Food quality was very good.
In hotel, you forget outside world.You feel a real natural,cleanliness environment
As name suggest - Guest House.... It's not only guest house.... It's a resort....
In future, if I want to stay in Jodhpur, I prefer only such Hotel... Thank You
The approach road is slightly congested and can put one off, as the property is tucked away in a small lane and may be difficult to find. However, once you are inside, it is a good place. Rooms are really large and the bathrooms are almost equal to the room size. Well maintained and clean. Overall the property offers a natural feel.
Food quality was good. Not bad, not exceptional either. We asked for an early checkout and breakfast and were able to get it. So, on the whole, no complaints.
The beautiful courtyard with tables, bench swings, reading nooks, lit walking paths and a sampling of local flora is surrounded by comfortable guest rooms. Mine was a circular yurt-style room with a beautiful fabric veiled ceiling and large stone bathroom. It was restful and comfortable. The grounds are a wonderful retreat from the busy streets of the city. The restaurant provides great food and the rooftop was a perfect platform for yoga. Sanjay Gehlot and his father own the property and do an amazing job at making sure you are taken care of. Sanjay also runs Wild Eye Travels. He is extremely knowledgeable and a great resource for and contributor to the surrounding communities.