The Bundi Inn has a lot going for it: mainly the hard working, friendly and helpful staff. We had booked what was supposed to be the best room which was in reality small, with no space to store or hang clothes. Definitely not worth the extra cost. The hotel is close to the Palace and other places of interest.
Next time I won’t take TripAdvisor certificates too seriously. This haveli is one reason for that. I was given a so called luxury room for 2000 per night. The rest were budget rooms and weren’t available I was told. But the room wasn’t worth more than 1000 for sure. Besides the bathroom geyser wasn’t working and thought I complained about it, no one cared to do anything. Worst is, after 2 days I was asked to leave when I had booked the place for 4 nights already. The reason given to me was even more absurd. Apparently a group of foreigners was expected and they wanted the room to accommodate them. Why? Because they pay more money. How unprofessional was that. I obviously REFUSED to check out. But it wasn’t a stay worth 2000 per night at all. There’s no wifi as well. AVOIDABLE.
Bundi Inn is a beautifully restored home away from home, and well taken care of by a very friendly couple. We had a nice room just under the rooftop with lovely terrace to relax. The other rooms partly are looking inside the floors but have a romantic decor. The hotel serves food, so have a bite for dinner. The skills of the cook, who is also working as Porter and cleaner etc. can be raised... but he is very friendly. Would warmly recommend the place!
Stayed for 2 nights. It's a beautiful old haveli. It's right in the middle of the old town with great views of the palace. Staff were very friendly and the room was lovely and comfortable. Would stay again!
We arrived late, after a hair-raising drive from Kota with a taxi arranged by the hotel, who tried to rip us off. The owner Jaishree was most apologetic and explained he wasn't their usual contracted driver. She had been responsive to questions in advance of our arrival and continued to be very helpful during our three-night stay. Our room on the first floor at the back was small, but tastefully decorated and with a clean fully-functioning en-suite. More importantly, it was blissfully quiet. The roof-top restaurant has a spectacular view of the palace, with fort behind and the town sloping away in the opposite direction. Food is cheap and tasty, and served with an enthusiastic smile by the kitchen staff, who were happy to accommodate early starts and late finishes. I would…