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If you're expecting a hotel experience & service, this is not the place for you. It is run by a family that stays within the Haveli alongside its guests. The house is small and has a lot of stairs which I would not recommend if...More
We arrived at night by tuktuk through the narrow road that leads from the the clock tower. The road is incredibly busy but not in a bad way. From the road it is a few steps up a most un prepossessing alley to the front...More
The King suite (Lord Ganesh room) we had was on the top floor. View from the room was very nice: the fort.
Size of the room: ca. 4x5 metres. Bathroom normal size. Beautifully decorated room, but no suite.
Location okay, but there are better locations...More
Our family of 4 adults just spent 3 nights at this central Havelli. Down an alley off the Main Street, it was still quite noisy at times from a nearby mosque, street dogs & motorbikes. You can only reach it by tuk tuk. The rooms...More
We really enjoyed staying here: The very helpful Ganesh, wonderful roof top view, and location to the rest of the city all excellent. Organising meals can be a little hit and miss and I think you have to prepare them in advance if you want...More
As fare as I can remember, I had a king size bed, room about 18 qm, my room at the 1. floor had an outside bathroom, just for this room, 3meters out of the room. Actually no problem. Everything was clean and in a good... More
As fare as I can remember, I had a king size bed, room about 18 qm, my room at the 1. floor had an outside bathroom, just for this room, 3meters out of the room. Actually no problem. Everything was clean and in a good shape. This house is unique.
Breakfast was incl. and has been served at the rooftop.
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