The owners are amazing, they take care of you and are so friendly. The room was so clean, there is hot water, breakfast, good chai, good terrace and a rooftop.
Los duenos, padre e hijo, son geniales, son muy atentos y simpaticos. La habitacion estaba muy limpia y hay agua caliente, desayuno, buen chai, una terraza amplia y una azotea.
Room was clean for Indian standard, smoking was allowed in the room, so there was a bit of cigarette smell.
Wifi worked ok too and was free.
The food here was actually good, too bad that we got sick in Varanasi and couldn't eat much, and couldn't eat spice because of sore throats. The desert climate can make you sick suddenly if not used to it.
The people who ran this guest house are friendly, though English is quite limited. But they are honest with payment which is really important especially when it was cash only! Location is good too, but Pushkar is small so everything was in walking distance.
Only negative thing was that we had no hot shower one night. When we checked in we did ask beforehand if there's hot water running all the time because we read previous reviews, and the son confirmed yes. But then when we went to complain there was no hot water it became another tune, saying we should've let them know before taking shower... so that was weird and confusing.
I think we overpaid our stay, but I'm pretty sure it was due to the camel festival which only happens once a year. And totally worth going to see!
Not right in the centre of town but a 5 min or less walk.
These rooms were overpriced. Not sure if they had put price up for Camel Fair but 2000 rupee a night was twice as much as you would want to pay.
Room was basic, no aircon, fan only and fairly small. The beds were hard and you got a short sheet and thin blanket. The design of bathroom meant that you had to walk over wet floor from shower (no squegee provided) to get toilet. Flush on toilet was dodgy and we had to get it fixed once.
The shower had about 3 holes which the water would spray out so we showered under the tap half way up the wall.
Had my laundry done, which they left til the last minute and was still damp when i needed to pack it up the evening after putting it in.
Me and my girl friend had a very nice stay here. It's a family run business and they take what seems like a lot of pride in their property, sweeping and cleaning every day. They also enjoyed cooking us Indian food (i think from their home) nd telling us about the dishes - the special thali was nice and enough for 2.
They were always very friendly and up for a chat, from the moment we arrived, until we left. They also invited us to join them in a Diwali Puja.
The rooms were nice, clean and well priced. The hotel is a ~20 minute cab ride from Ajmer and a couple of minutes walk to Pushkar bazaar and lake. It's nice to be out of the way of the hustle and bustle of the market .
I would definitely recommend for anyone going to Pushkar.
Where do I start? The bathroom and room were filthy. The wifi was useless. The staff were uninterested, not even asking how my stay was. It was noisy at night. The shower was room temperate at best. The towels were possibly antique, I used my trek towel rather than touch my skin with it. We moved after one night to somewhere cheaper which had a balcony, a clean room and bathroom, shelving and towels which I could bring myself to use. He also neglected to take my deposit off my bill until I reminded him, probably human error but an unprofessional nail in the coffin for me. I'm no princess and have stayed in budget hostels and hotels in India and other places but this was one of the worst!