Hare Krishna Guest house located near the Jodhpur fort was pretty average. It is a budget property so you can stay if you are travelling on tight budget. The staff was polite and well behaved with good hospitality.
We had an ultra budget room with the toilet separate, but just outside the door and the shower was downstairs. Absolutely no complaints whatsoever. We loved being in a traditional haveli/building for all its character. The owner Mr Poonam couldn't have been more accommodating despite being extremely busy, and helped us to get bus tickets for our onward journey. The hotel is right in the centre of everything. There are more deluxe rooms which look gorgeous and beautifully decorated and all mod cons, but obviously more expensive. We couldn't fault it for the price of 550 rupees per night. We would definitely stay there again. For those that complain about noise, just to say Welcome to India.
I stayed in Hare Krishna guesthouse for a night when there had been a booking error with my intended hotel and they didn't have a room. Got passed onto Hare Krishna, and paid 1800 rs for a shabby and depressing room decorated pretty much entirely in shades of brown. The bathroom and toilet weren't clean, and the bathroom smelled to the extent that I tried to avoid using it. Bathroom ceiling had a hole through which wires were poking. The hotel was extremely noisy at night, and I was glad to have brought earplugs. Had a late breakfast at the restaurant, where they seemed a little surprised to be serving anyone. Food adequate. Plus side: Wi-Fi strong, room decent size, central location. Staff reasonably helpful, although I'm a little suspicious that I was overcharged for my tuk tuk to the airport. I paid less per night for my similarly-sized room at Singhvi Haveli during my previous stay in Jodhpur, which was lovely, charming and clean.…
Clean,hot water, very nice staff. Felt more like a homestay than a guest house, manu showed us to all the awsome local places we would never have found. And probably the best view from the roof! Realy recomended
I like to travel alone and found this place at booking. Arriving at night and sleep without checking in was not a problem. As a backpacker you are Always happy when the hospitality is good. They Will help you with everything: WiFi, cloth washing and drinks of you like. Sleeping at Hare Krishna is like sleeping like a local, because of the beautiful place!
This place was great for a budget hotel. We stayed in the Deluxe Room which had hot water and AC. It was clean and comfortable within 7 mins of Clock Tower. The management was great and friendly. The lost the 5 star for me because they offer a cooking class with the owner’s wife but she doesn’t speak English so their son has to translate everything and it feels very awkward. We stopped the class immediately and instead went to the class with Rheeka at Spice Paradise 4 mins walking. Would definitely recommend.
Absolutely traditional home stay guest house.......I suggest everyone to stay. Jodhpur traditional old market is near by. I also suggest everyone that when you travel rajasthan must book ur room in old part of that city which ur going to travel. Thanks
We had a great time at Hare Krishna! The location is perfect in the old center, everything is on walking distance (market 5 min, fort 10min). And it’s located in a quiet street: a relief after all the noisy hotels we stayed. The rooms are really nice and authentic and the biggest plus: the family is SO kind and helpfull!! Loved it!!
We went for the budget room with a shared bathroom. The staff was very welcoming at arrival. The rooms and the bathroom could have been cleaner and it would be nice if it would have had more Windows as there was only one very small one. I guess we got what we paid for.
To begin with; I am a budget traveler, a flash packer of sorts, and look for hotels in the $30 USD range. If I go over budget, no worries and if I find really cheap accommodations that suite me that’s an added bonus. So far on this trip, November- December 2017, all the hotels I have stayed at are pretty much the same. No matter what price I paid (500 - 2500 INR) at any given hotel, I have found the cleanliness to be substandard, the rooms outdated and in need of serious remodeling and maintenance appears to be non existent. Typically the bedding, linen, pillows and towels are worn, stained and should be replaced. Hot water and water pressure can be an issue and I have at times skipped a shower. Amenities are totally lacking, mostly you get a roll of toilet paper and a bar of soap. Most budget hotels do not clean the rooms on a daily basis, seems to be upon request. Wi-Fi is hit or miss, some places it was quite good, others not so much. Never found much in the way of English language channels on the television so I did not watch it. As I traveled in December air-conditioning was unnecessary but I did turn on the fan from time to time to drown out noise and blow away mosquitoes. India is noisy, and I found most hotels to be as well, from a combination of street sounds, staff and guests. A visit from a mosquito or two was a nightly occurrence at just about every hotel I stayed at. In all honesty, none of the Indian hotels that I stayed at deserve more than three stars. Now to the review: I paid a walk in rate of 1500 INR per night, which was not too bad in my opinion. The room was larger and more comfortable than some of my other choices. The Wi-Fi worked well and the hot water was pretty good. The people that own this hotel are very friendly and helpful. As far as cleanliness and amenities; see my above rant on Indian hotels.…