The Hotel is just 3 minute walk to main group of temples, the location is perfect. It is very good budget Hotel in Khajuraho. The staff is quite friendly and helpful. Cleanliness is up to the mark and experience quite smoothing and calm.
The owner organized for us to be picked up by tuktuk from the railway station at 8 pm: 8 kms from the small town centre. The room was spotless,large,had good water running and hot water after a 15 mn wait for the boiler in the morning in your own bathroom,it then lasts all day. The beds were comfortable,sheets clean and flushing toilets. The owner was very cultured and helpful, with suggestions on trips. We also booked an Ayurvedic massage for both my husband and I, very practical in a room within the hotel: the masseurs were very competent and it was lovely to relax after long days in the heat admiring temples. The hotel provides simple breakfast at very reasonable price,and water bottles too. Go to the lassi bar 200 m from there, they make delicious banana lassi and honey pancakes, for an alternative. I would recommend this hotel, it's a gem, very reasonably priced,and very comfortable and friendly. Don't be put off by the low price!…
will give 5 stars 1) Location. Very close to The Khajuraho Group of Monuments. 10 minutes walk and you are there 2) They do have a ot of marble:) So it will not be hot at summer 3) Kind receptionist 4) Clean. Maybe not the most white beds, but clean and fresh, just used a bit. But for india really clean, expesially when you come afters street and market 5) Market is just outside the door, so fresh fruits all there and few restaurants as well. 6) Despite central location it was very quiet 7) Well. We asked how to get to city Orchha (it is amazing city, very much recommended). They proposed taxi but price was really high for this trip:) Later they proposed really lower price, but we already found a taxi by our own. But what can i say, it is very normal for many countries, not just for India, but for many other countries and hotels. Just check on your own, ask or pay and enjoy. Thus will not rate lower.…
I tend to plan trips well in advance and so emailed this property twice for availability in August 2019, asking for rates as well as some other questions such as availability of an English speaking guide to tour the temples and type of breakfast served. I did not receive an email in reply so called the property. The hotel phone rang for a good minute and then ceased to ring without the option to leave a voicemail. I then called the mobile line and a man immediately answered: I explained to him that I had sent an email asking for availability and he repeatedly said August is so far away, why are you interested so soon? I also explained that I had other questions in my email, and his next response was, Why are you asking what I offer for breakfast? That is not the proper way to ask the question! He repeated, "you should not be asking what is available for breakfast!" Very strange- I routinely ask what food options are available at the hotel where I want to stay, to assess if I need to search for alternatives. I cannot understand why this gentleman was so affronted by the question, and worse still simply did not reply. There was nothing untoward in my request, and I find it odd that the gentleman reacted so unexpectedly. Sad to say, but I will not call back…
Just spent 3 nights at Hotel Marble Palace and wanted recommend it to other travellers for it's helpful management, spacious rooms with good level of cleanliness, comfy beds. The aircon and TV are a little antiquated but all were in working order so don't be put off at first sight! Also the only hotel I have stayed at in over the last 2 weeks with constant hot water and decent plumbing i.e a toilet that flushes properly, working taps etc - makes all the difference! Generally a very pleasant stay.
Good- Clean rooms Good AC Friendly, responsive staff Great location Needs improvement - We were not met at airport as we were supposed to be Hotel supposed to have clothes dryer (and I think a washer — at least it has the symbol for both)— it did not. At the very least should have had a line on roof. I really hate when places do not have the amenities they claim to have. We are glad that we had an extra day here. It was great fun walking around old town and seeing daily life. Also took a walk and explored two museums. We enjoyed sitting at the little vendor on what passes as Sugar Lake. He has cold water, ice cream, and other snacks — and bonus, we were charged the same price as locals.
Great location as the hotel is in the main small market area yet quiet and peaceful. The Western temples are barely a few minutes walk away which makes it very convenient. Staff are friendly and helpful and one of them even walked us to the main gate of the temples to show us the way. They even arranged the safari for us with the pickup from the hotel. As we arrived early in the morning since rooms were available allowed us to check-in early. Overall a good cozy homely feel to the place. If I visit again will surely stay here.
We stayed 3 nights in Marble Palace hotel in Khajuraho. We had a spacious room with a good working aircon and comfortable beds. The room was clean and the staff was friendly and helpful. Not a pushy attitude for selling daytrips or massage but more into giving information about the city. The hotel is situated in the middle of the town, very close the the most important temple group of the town and also close to some nice restaurants. I definately recommend this hotel to people who like to stay in a hotel with good value for money.
hotel marble palace is near to western group of temple(2 min walk). rooms are large but not well maintained. hotel manager is very rude but staff was good. no food available. avoid this hotel in winter season.
Hotel Marble palace was just 300m from the Western group of monuments. The elder person who took care of the place was very nice and walked me through the rooms and let me choose it. The rooms are quite spacious, clean and simple. The bathrooms were also clean, though not modern. The air conditioning was quite good.