This is a beautiful stylish old haveli hotel, full of Indian décor. We had very large and bright room. In addition to a very big double bed, arm chairs and a big day bed in one of the windows. The hotel is within walking distance of everything you would want to see in this delightful little town. Dinner and breakfast was served in a lovely dining room at the back of the ground floor and they even had a shop selling Indian clothes and gifts, but be warned, my wife purchased a rather nice and not cheap, white top, but a sleeve has dropped off after a single wearing! The staff were very helpful and the hotel was extremely clean.
Beautiful hotel with very warm and welcoming staff. Hotel was mmaculately clean throughout. Room was exquisitely decorated, one of the most traditional decor of our stay in Rajasthan. Highly recommended
I think, in the coming months and years, when I look back on this trip, our stay in Bundi will be what I remember - the sweetness and beauty of this town, it’s people and ambience. This hotel contributed to our stay. It is beautifully and artistically decorated. We had a large and comfortable room with inset window seats. There is a nice restaurant downstairs. One small suggestion I would make would be to include more variety in the breakfast including fresh fruit. Other than that, a great stay.
What a wonderful hotel. Beautiful characterful rooms, lovely food and courteous, smiling staff. Nothing was too much trouble for them. They arranged transport for us from Bundi Train station, an amazing guide for the Palace (see our review of Garh Palace, Bundi) and at very short notice a taxi to Chittaurgarh when our train time was altered. You won't regret it if you book this hotel, I promise you.
Hotel Bundi Haveli, Bundi Ideally located in the lovely town of Bundi. All the sights are within walking distance. Despite the central location we found the hotel was very peaceful and the perfect place to chill out after a busy day exploring. Staff are very helpful, polite and courteous. Nothing was too much trouble. We ate breakfast and dinner at the hotel and all meals were fine. Very good value for money. Costs for room service (tea tray), and laundry service very reasonable. We booked through Bookings.com and the room rate was very good. However, we were delighted to be offered a free upgrade on arrival. Stayed February 2019.
I think this is probably "best available" in Bundi, which has plenty of "haveli style" guest houses , but they all looked scruffier than Hotel Bundi. To be fair , the split level suite room we had was spacious, quite attractive and had good quality furniture , but the bathroom was a bit basic: no hot water at the basin , no basin plug, and rather feeble shower. The roof terrace I suspect is permanently closed (monkeys are a real nuisance in town , ALL the rooftop cafes are barricaded against them). The ground floor dining area is all brightly lit, but no daylight, cold and rather soulless. Just functional. Not a place to linger. Food was very average to basic. Although the town has been praised as "undiscovered gem" I cannot agree..its just another scruffy place with nothing…
Hotel is well worn and very noisy. Rooms surround a center courtyard and conversations and noise travels up to to upper floors. Walls are thin. My room had no outside window. Instead, I had a frosted window to the hallway with no curtain, so hallway light came in.Also, unbelievably, a 2nd large frosted window (with no curtain) was shared with my neighbor's bathroom. Every time they used the bathroom, their bathroom light shined into my room. And I could hear them showering, using toilet, etc. A strange arrangement. Bed and pillows were not comfortable. Sheets were old. Staff was friendly. Breakfast was fine. I'm puzzled by other reviews that say this was the best hotel they stayed at in India. This was definitely my worst stay. I had a sleepless night, and would definitely…
We stayed three nights. The hotel is well placed at the end of the main old town street. Staff are friendly and when we had a small problem with the electrics they were concerned , attentive and sorted it immediately. Rooms vary of course and ours was large with a window seats and a good bathroom. Hot water and excellent shower at any time of the day. All very clean. The dining room is a bit thin on ambience BUT THE FOOD IS EXCEPTIONAL. We travel a great deal and on this trip to India we stayed in places at different levels but nowhere was the food better than here. Ashok looks after ordering and service. He is friendly and concerned that all is well while the chef is outstanding. REcommended
Bundi is somewhat of the map in Rajasthan and understandably so. Despite being described as an “undiscovered gem”, this is really quite an unexceptional place. Who writes this stuff! However there is a certain charm about being a smaller town with its decaying palace and village environment. If you do decide to visit then for accommodation this would appear to be the most upscale available. There are restaurants to choose from as well in Bundi. Two night maximum! Rooms clean, well enough equipped and the staff very willing. Having walked around did not fancy the alternatives, basic has its limits.
Lovely, romantic and historic feel to the rooms. Staff was excellent and went above and beyond for our friend who celebrated her birthday while we were at hotel. Mango cake and flowers! Would definitely stay there again...oh, and the food in their restaurant, some of the best in town...
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