Dec 26: The hotel seemed like a good decent bet when we booked it. However, against our payment of Rs.7600 for 2 nights, it seemed that we were in a hotel worth Rs.760. The location is in the quieter place of Jaisalmer which is good. However, the rooms are quite a disappoinment considering rooms in Rajasthan. In our entire trip, this seemed to be the most ordinary. The rooms are small in size and have hardly any place to move around. The bathroom though a bit good sized become a bit dirty once used the first time. The room service was so bad that everytime had to call multiple times to get some stuff. Even for water, we brought bottles of mineral water as not sure of the quality as we had kids with us. Not a place we recommend unless one is on a tight budget or rather low budget.…
Very nice hotel.Hotel rooms are so clean and prity with good management.Hotel service is excellent.Hotel staff nature is very caring.I will stay again in Hotel Sanjay Villas with my next trip.Thanks for Hotel Sanjay Villas for become my trip great.
I quite liked the quieter location of this hotel as the area around the fort can get a little loud and hectic. The manager was very helpful and friendly whenever I saw him. The room was fine, although the WiFi didn't reach into my room so I had to walk out to the lobby whenever I wanted to use it. The food was a bit pricey and on one night I had such difficulty trying to communicate with the staff member in the restaurant that I just didn't bother eating there. The Natraj restaurant in town I found to be a better alternative.
This hotel pretty much provides the bare minimum. We paid INR 7190 booked through Yatra for 2 nights. May be the price was high due to Christmas period but looked even higher considering the room conditions. We felt like we paid more than three times of its deserved price. Their behavior (specially one of the their staff) made my experience even worse. That guy did not know how to speak to the guest. When I complained about corridor lights not working, instead of explaining the reason, he asked, 'room ki light to jal rahi hai na?' that too with great attitude. When we asked for the refill of mosquito repellent already present in the room, we were challenged by the same person to find a mosquito in Jaisalmer. Their food was so expensive that we preferred to eat outside. In the name of included breakfast, we were offered two aloo parathas with tea OR bread omelette. If you are looking for good experience during your stay in Jaisalmer, I would suggest to avoid this hotel. And yes, avoid booking from Yatra as well as they did not pay any attention to my complaints. Also, I notified yatra that there is no swimming pool in the hotel as mentioned in their site, I got the following response. Now from where I could get the snapshot (I assume he meant that by saying snapshot) of swimming pool, if it’s not there :) "In reference to your mail, Kindly note nowhere is mentioned there that wifi is free ( wifi facility is there but not free ) and swimming pool is there, if you can check, kindly share the screenshot for the same."…
The hotel is about 1.5 KMs from city centre in a residential area. You have to take a Kutcha road to reach the hotel. If you do not have your own vehicle then it is very difficult to go to main city centre every time. The hotel gave us towels and napkins stinking with vegetable oil. At the time of check out the hotel gave us bill far in excess of what was agreed upon. They charged GST @ 28% instead of 12% which is applicable on hotel bills all over India.
This is an old haveli that was turned into a hotel. Very nice building. Our room was spaceous, the bed quite comfy, bathroom was clean. Very noisy old aircon, so we switched that off, a fan was enough anyway. Rooftop restaurant gives you a nice view on the fort. Staff was very friendly.
This hotel pretty much provides the bare minimum. They told us they didn't have wifi even though there are signs everywhere saying they do. There are food menus in all the rooms but they said the restaurant was closed... every day. They wouldn't take us to the railway station and it was 11pm. It's pretty far from the center as well. But they do have clean rooms and beds so I'll give them that. Wouldn't stay there again.
I highly recommend to stay at sanjay villas. The staff is very welcoming, helpful and smiling. The food is also very good at their beautiful rooftop. The room was wide, everything was clean and quiet. The hotel is not located right in the centre but it is an advantage since the centre is quite noisy. You can walk to all the places (fort, lake, centre) : 10 minutes maximum. It was a real pleasure to spend 3 nights there, the staff has made me spend a very nice stay in Jaisalmer.
This has been a most pleasant stay. The staff. The restaurant. The quiet location. It was very pleasant all in all. The room was very comfortable and very clean. Built on the outer part of the city and still only a 15 minute, very pleasant walk to the market and fort area. A new building with a good Rajasthan vibe. Desert excursions are arranged right here at the villa with knowledgeable guides This is a good spot that is in my book for my next stay in Jaisalmer.
I had visited Jaisalmer for a three day trip with my family in the month of February 2017. We selected this place to stay after having a chat with Mr. Uday Kumavat, the owner, who was very courteous and pleasant. As some people have pointed out, this place is a bit away from the main city. The result is less noise pollution and a pleasant stay. The staff is courteous and ever helpful and we did not have any problems with either housekeeping or anything else during our stay. The food was good and was cooked and served according to our needs. So here are all the good and bad points from our experience Good points - No noise pollution, pleasant stay - Courteous and helpful staff - Special accommodation for drivers, if traveling by taxi or your own vehicle - Nice clean rooms, Excellent housekeeping Negative points -Lack of cross ventilation in rooms. Although the rooms have windows, we found it difficult to keep them open due to drainage stench and mosquitos. It would have been better if the windows had some sort of mosquito nets. -The place is surrounded by open drainage canals which leave out unbearable stench - Lack of wardrobe in rooms. Keeping aside the minor shortcomings I would recommend this hotel to everyone who plans to visit Jaisalmer. I would specially like to thank Mr. Uday Kumavat for his excellent and helpful gesture and his staff Prahladbhai and Dawoodbhai for ensuring a very comfortable stay for us.…