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Sadayaton Ki Pole, Gundi Ka Mohalla, Navchokiya, 342001 Jodhpur, India
21 April 2016
눉I booked the double bed room with fan (no AC/no TV, with unsuitably sized wall sockets - where my Canon camera's charger didn't fit - had to purchase one from outside). This was a smallish room with a queen sized bed and was in the basement below ground floor of the Haveli, reached by steep steps, that was difficult to go up and down each day. This was not mentioned in the room description. I had to request them to use the second doorway downstairs to get in and out to avoid the steps - which they readily accepted. Food was average and mild in taste (I had Indian poha and upma for breakfast in Rs 60-70 range and tea costing Rs 40 - which is very economical) - charged separately than the room cost of almost Rs 600 per day in April 2016. I didn't try their Italian/Chinese dishes, but they claim they are well liked. Being Indian, I ate Rajasthani thalis in local restaurants near the places I visited during the day instead of at the hotel. I wish they improve the cooking a bit. I also wish they could provide medium-high sitting stools within bathrooms for easy sitting as I preferred Indian style of bathing with water bucket (though they also have showers). Rest was all okay.
눇My room costed Rs 1170 for 2 days & 2 nights in mid April 2016 - it was a great deal I picked up on booking.com as it was nearly the end of tourist season with 42 degrees celsius temperatures outside. Location of the hotel was within 2.5 kms of the main Mehrangarh fort, but more than 10 kms away from Umaid Bhawan Palace and Mandore Gardens. Though one could walk up to the Mehrangarh fort early morning through inner lanes from the hotel in 30 mins, I preferred to save my energy by taking local transport (auto rickshaw @ Rs 70 up one side to the fort's Nagor / front gate and Rs 70 from there via Jaswant Thada through Rajasthali emporium to Clock Tower and Nai sarak with all the shops). Auto stand was near the hotel, though its entrance is hidden from the main road by another hotel called Jaswant Palace. I asked the auto rickshaw driver to lead to Gundi Mohalla from the train station at Rs 60. There are also provision shops to buy water, chips, biscuits and toiletries a few meters from the hotel. The bathroom outside my room was clean, and they provided 2 sets of towels with soap and shampoo on my arrival. The service boy was quick, enthusiastic and very sincere about room service - but there are intercoms inside rooms.I just gave a shout to call him down to my room, but he came quickly. Best part was that rooms are quiet and decorated with old style Indian architechture and paintings - for the artsy kinds. In house cook and manager were good to get local information about tourist spots / transport etc. Doors and exterior walls of rooms had beautiful paintings of Rajasthani royal and village life.The inhouse roof top restaurant had comfortable seating and great views of the city. Manager recommended going to Osiyan for camel riding on sand dunes by taking local government run bus from Powta Bus Station - which was the cheapest transport (Rs 50 one way - it took 1.5 hrs to cover 70 kms and then back).
19 April 2016
눇The staff is very nice and helpful... Good bedroom with a beautiful view!
17 April 2016
눇Great location. Amazing decoration. Total pleasant experience to stay.
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