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at Nana Ki Haveli

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... my late arrival and early departure without incident. The suite is worth the little extra, I was fortunate enough to be...
We stayed 2 nights in November 2016. We had the bigger suite, which had a nice sitting area and 2 robes in the closet. The beds...
... breakfast being in India. They don't have bucket in bathroom.Room service is not available. They are not providing even tea n...
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rebekahwoodward wrote a review Nov 2017
London, United Kingdom4 contributions
Having been in India 3 weeks Nana Ki Haveli was a welcome oasis of quiet and relative luxury. The hostess Mrs Singh and her daughter were wonderful, accommodating my late arrival and early departure without incident. The suite is worth the little extra, I was fortunate enough to be granted an upgrade and enjoyed the extra space.

For the cost I found my stay to be excellent value.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled solo
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ToucanSam787 wrote a review Dec 2016
Houston, Texas79 contributions56 helpful votes
We stayed 2 nights in November 2016. We had the bigger suite, which had a nice sitting area and 2 robes in the closet. The beds were standard and the bathroom had standard amenities. The owner did her best to provide hospitality, but this kind, older lady had to do everything herself. I got the impression she really needed some help. You can tell this was once a lovely, elegant home, but now it needs some plaster repair in places. I couldn't get hot water, even after waiting an hour for the tank to heat. I would've taken a cold shower but there was no water pressure. It's located in the old city near a chicken market. It would not be my first choice for Jaipur.
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Date of stay: December 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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823swatik wrote a review Nov 2016
Bengaluru, India137 contributions10 helpful votes
Stayed here for 2days with family.Property is good n gives u the feeling of old havelis. But the issues were- they don't provide Indian breakfast being in India. They don't have bucket in bathroom.Room service is not available. They are not providing even tea n water in the room.
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Date of stay: November 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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AKD wrote a review May 2016
New Delhi, India1 contribution
I stayed here with a friend for the Jaipur literature festival. This house (because it is truly a home) is a stunning example of 19th century havelis. In January the birds are singing, you can hear temple bells, and all is quiet, despite being right next to the center of town, and right off a big road.

Auntie - the lady who runs the haveli, and her daughter, (and the adorable dog), are perfect hosts. Don't expect impersonal hotel-type setups, because this place is all about home. I was glad to go down and sit in the small dining room to have eggs and toast and tea every morning. And auntie gave me all the necessary advice on taxis, how to avoid traffic, and the whole know-how of how to navigate a city without having to deal with the 'tourist-y' brouhaha. My family was staying at another haveli while my friend and I stayed here - and I stopped by there a couple of times to drop my mother. Let me tell you this - no amount of pomp and circumstance can compete with coming home to a quiet, beautiful, historical home. Fancy hotels and bed and breakfasts don't hold a candle to this place. It has the feel of a mini-museum, everything is authentic, and if you want a posh hotel - don't come here - because this is the kind of place that time slows down and everything is calm and beautiful.

I stayed in the suite, and the room is STUNNING with gorgeous furniture, and original artwork. Walls are thick, and cold can seep through them - but the history of this place made it all the more pleasurable to cuddle down in blankets and sleep.

Recently, my younger sister and her friend went to Jaipur alone. I was concerned, and even more so when the website has wrongly booked the dates. However auntie was happy to welcome my sister into their house, give them an excellent room, and my sister agrees that she has never stayed in a more peaceful place. Auntie took care of her, and it was so comforting to me to know that my sister had a place so safe as this.

HIGHLY RECOMMEND if you want a place that feels like home. I'm tired of hotels, and this place is heaven.
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Julie A wrote a review Jan 2016
Mumbai3 contributions1 helpful vote
Nana Ki Haveli is a stunning family haveli. The rooms are comfortable and have lovely furnishings and finnishing touches, Crisp white sheets and large fluffy towels are welcome treats not often found in India.
The hotel is a nice quiet oasis and just a short walk to the pink city.
Internet is good.
Mrs Singh is the hostess with the mostess and serves a lovely breakfast which you can have on the terrace or dining room. Nothing is too much trouble for Mrs Singh and she always makes time to chat and help out with anything.
I came for 5 days and stayed for 9 as I felt to happy, comfortable and at home.
Thank You Mrs Singh.
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Travelled solo
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