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Juna Mahal Boutique Homestay

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Ada Bazar Ada Bazar, Daga Street, Jodhpur 342001 India
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#12 of 224 in Jodhpur
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This is 472 year old home (haveli) formally used by a brahmin family who served as a priest for the royal family temples. The homesay feature five boutique suites with indisval a/c and balcony converted from the home stay. All the suites decortaed with ancient sand stone carved and 6 to 11 windows OFFERING natural light brahmin family rooftop restaurant serving vegetarian food with relaxed atmosphere. Sand stone jaroka with beautiful carving.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Rooftop bar
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Rooftop terrace
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rulldemolins wrote a review Jul 2019
Madrid, Spain256 contributions70 helpful votes
Hotel is an old family haveli, very nice building. Location is convinient, 15min walk to Clock Tower and 20min walk to Fort. Rooms are spatious, clean and comfortable bed. Staff is professional and friendly. However, we spend two nights but could’t varelly sleep. A/A was old and it was only possible to turn it on (freeze, heavy noise) or off (very hot). There is also a temple nearby and prayers sing very loud at night until 12 am and start over again at 4 am till 7am. It’s not the hotel fault but I belive is worth sharing the experience with other travelers for their consideration.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Romy L wrote a review May 2019
London, United Kingdom32 contributions8 helpful votes
Currently sat in the lobby very sad we can't extend our stay. We've loved staying here and couldn't recommend it highly enough. Nothing is too much trouble and the service is fantastic- Ganesh is brilliant. The whole building is stunning, as are the rooms which are spotless and incredibly comfortable! Some of the best nights sleep we've had in 8 months travelling and really nice to stay somewhere in India that is properly clean. We really enjoyed our dinner here one evening and found it reasonably priced. The rooftop is amazing, such beautiful views of the blue city and the fort. The location is perfect and tucked away from the hustle and bustle. We cannot recommend enough and will be back!! Such an experience to stay in this historical home, so well preserved and tastefully
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Date of stay: May 2019
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nicholascarey wrote a review Apr 2019
India163 contributions24 helpful votes
I did not make a reservation for this place. I had seen a price online, and since it was low season, was hoping to knock a few more dollars off. But the wife of the homestay is quite clever. She showed me the room available (the same as online) but said it was 2000 rupees instead of 1300 as it said online. I showed her the booking.com page and said it looked to be the same room, but she said her husband had made a mistake on website and that it was a different, nicer room she was showing me. We settled on 1200 for the first night and 1000 for the second. Not much of a bargain, but one nonetheless. I had a king room with en-suite bathroom and it was beautiful, which is why I was willing to spend energy negotiating for it. The AC works well. Wifi is hit or miss. If you want hot
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Ludovico C wrote a review Mar 2019
London, United Kingdom47 contributions48 helpful votes
The hotel is potentially an hidden gem. The building it’s beautiful, room was clean although very small and position good, 15 minutes walking to the clock tower. The family owning the hotel however doesn’t do anything to make you fell welcomed, it’s actually the opposite. We didn’t feel comfortable sometimes. Also, the breakfast for the price you pay it’s ridiculous. Dining there is also more expensive than elsewhere in the city
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Date of stay: March 2019
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PRajput wrote a review Mar 2019
Pushkar, India5 contributions2 helpful votes
Very clean and friendly homestay u can find with a back view of a Fort. Working guys r very helpful and friendly. Owner is also very understanding and friendly. Location is nearby all tourist spot. Recommended with a 5 STAR
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Michael wrote a review Feb 2019
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WOW this is a fabulous place. From the minute u walk thro the door u will b taken by the attention to detail & beauty of the place. Set in the old part of town it is less touristy. But still only a 15 walk to the clock tower market along a street full of hustle & bustle & a further 2 mins to the ‘hotel’ area. And it is just around the corner from a wonderful sweet shop. It is a family home where the family live in the back of the house & the 5 rooms in the front are let out to paying guests. The rooms r spacious, clean and nicely decorated in harmony with houses architecture . There r blankets & heaters if the evenings get cold. Air con & fans if it gets too hot. The staff r always on hand & happy to please. It has a superb roof terrace with 360 degree views of the city &
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Date of stay: February 2019
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DeltaXray wrote a review Jan 2019
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom19 contributions4 helpful votes
The havelli really has been carefully adapted to preserve its original charm, and the family still clearly cherish it as their home. We enjoyed the roof-top restaurant for our breakfasts and evening meals, and wonderful views of the old city and its blue-washed walls. The old city becomes very lively between 10am and 9pm, and the noise from the streets takes some getting used to. The calls from the temples begin even earlier, and if there happens to be a wedding procession (there were 3 during our stay) then the music and fireworks will add to the soundscape. We enjoyed being immersed in the noise of the city (mostly) but some people might find it more of a challenge. Personally, the wonderful views of this colourfull town, surrounded by the fort, the palace and the mountains,
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Date of stay: January 2019
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Holexa wrote a review Dec 2018
Berlin, Germany3 contributions1 helpful vote
The rooms are really beautiful, the view from the rooftop is also amazing. The stuff is sooo friendly and caring. I would highly recommend this Guesthouse also because of the food, the food was very delicious!!!
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Date of stay: December 2018
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LynetteToo wrote a review Dec 2018
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia45 contributions9 helpful votes
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The room advertised is exactly as per photo, full of charisma and unique since this is a century-aged building. The 2 Nepalese staff was very attentive and concern about our stay and feelings as opposed to the host family which has no interaction at all. The homestay was located on a side road of the bazaar, which is very near to bazaar yet it is located in the tranquil neighborhood. It is not accessible by car due to the narrow lanes of the old town and only by tuk-tuk or walking. Do enjoy the sunrise at their rooftop early morning while enjoying the view overlooking at Mehrangarh Fort. The stay at the homestay and meal served at rooftop restaurant was value for money. If you do not mind to pay extra, do choose the king suite. It would be better if the host family has a
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Date of stay: October 2018
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Francesca wrote a review Nov 2018
6 contributions9 helpful votes
This little hotel/homestay has 5 rooms for guests. Ours was quite spacious and very well decorated in traditional Indian style: I particularly loved the wood doors closing with a bolt and padlock and the wood window shuts! Sooooo cute!! The owners are very friendly and so is the personnel. Cleaning standards were good, too. Food is served on the roof top terrace with a great view over the blue city. The food was nice, too. The location is very central, just 10 minutes' walk from the city centre (example the clock tower). The hotel is located in a side road of a bazaar, which makes it really quiet while still being very near bazaar. At first, when we arrived, we were totally unsure about staying so close to a bazaar: we feared it would be noisy and just not right for us .
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Date of stay: November 2018
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PRICE RANGE
$19 - $40 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
IndiaRajasthanJodhpur DistrictJodhpur
NUMBER OF ROOMS
5
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