I think that some previous reviewers have been a little harsh. If you want a characterful old building, you can’t always expect corporate hotel luxury. We thoroughly enjoyed our night here. Our suite was oozing charm to the extent that we forgave the single glazed windows and ancient plumbing. Yes, there could be improvements, but too many would detract from the ambiance and history of the building. Dinner in the Palladio restaurant was a real treat, the garden setting and fire pits lent a great atmosphere. Food was good and the service superb. The maitre d’ took the time to visit our table and chat to us about his career as an ex footballer. If you can put up with some shortcomings, and don’t expect 5 star pampering, you’ll have a nice stay here.
Very tired hotel . Dated rooms . Pool area really unattractive . Service totally shocking . Like really rubbish they just can’t be bothered being friendly or nice or helpful. This applies to reception, housekeeping and restaurant . I’m so disappointed
This was an experience to remember! Beautiful, almost opulent, newt, clean, bright and centrally located. The food and service were excellent and the hotel was within easy reach by Uber to all the beautiful landmarks of Jaipur.
We stayed here with a large family grp for 3 days 2 nights. The stay was marred with terrible housekeeping sevice, terrible and bug infested beds, unclean toilets and damp stinky room. Although the booking mentioned would need extra beds in some rooms, the beds were not set in advance, extra towels were not provided, pool towels needed to be asked, the toiletries were half used bottles, dental kit and room slippers had to be asked and waited for. The food was tolerable on the first day but a repeat of the same menu on the second day. All in all the stay was good only due to the company and the property didn't do anything to add to it. Not recommended for a family stay or someone who wants to experience a good spa and a peaceful holiday.
Such a lovely property. Central. Big grounds. Lovely pool. But like many Rajasthan heritage properties little thought given to contemporary needs. Where can I charge both my phone and tablet? Why do I need to get out of bed to turn off the reading light?
We have recently stayed in this place for two days and I would not recommend anyone for the following reasons Staff are not welcoming at all, they don’t make eye contact or greet you anytime. There were lizards on the outside of our room wall and some insects/bugs inside our room, we had to close our luggages all the time so that those insects would not go inside our luggage. Our room consisted of a small seating area, bedroom and a bathroom, only the bedroom had the AC. We used to turn off the AC when we go outside and turn it on when we come back to our room in the late afternoon. In about 20mins, the bedroom temp was 22 degrees (we set it to this number) which was great, but the bathroom temp remained about 32 for a long time, we kept the bathroom door open so that cold air could go in there. I am sensitive to temp differences, and got a migraine headache on the first day. We were three people, the bedroom had two twin beds, so we needed an extra bed. The extra bed mattress quality was very poor, after two consecutive days of sleep, I got back pain. Bathroom shower was very basic with a shower, a bucket and a curtain, no tub. Breakfast choices were very limited compared to other hotels we stayed at with similar price ranges. There was a cat who was waking us up early in the morning with a high pitch noise.…
Entered the hotel with great expectations, but totally disappointed with the room provided. These rooms are not that clean and great for the money they are charging. They are just like lodge rooms with a bit of heritage touch. Staying here in the standard room with the huge price tag is totally money waste. There are much better hotels who charge less than this and provide 100 times better rooms, amenities and services. Please check all other options, you will get better hotel. You will be given a room in separate wing may be they are servant rooms, you will not get room in main haveli or other good looking buildings of haveli. Till now I travelled in 13 states of India and I never get such cheap quality room for the price they are charging in the entire hotel range I stayed. Never ever choose this hotel if you want to stay in their standard room.…
I had booked two rooms at the hotel to bring in the new year with some friends. The rooms were really underwhelming , specially since the pictures looked pretty good. To begin with, they (the pet-friendly ones that I had booked ) were rather small for a palace hotel and cold looking (white marble floor) with no rugs to add any warmth or colour. Also, the fridge in one of the rooms was leaky . And the rooms had not been deep cleaned, specially given the fact these were COVID times But the most disappointing was the breakfast... Tasteless and no variety . This was the only palace hotel with such a poor breakfast spread . On the plus side were the good restaurants that served delicious lunch and dinner. Also, the location of the hotel was really central ( close to most places) and yet it was quite secluded. And the lovely grounds and lawns were great for walks.…
The property is beautiful and well spread out. The rooms are huge and quite comfortable with a sit out area, a walk in wardrobe area. Amenities inside the room are basic. Hotel grounds are beautiful and there are peacocks on campus. Did not try much of the food as I was there only 1 night, only had the buffet breakfast and the spread was decent.
Beautiful garden with two (independant) restaurants and a pool tucked away from the main building. Rooms are individually furnished and differ in size. We preferred the ones in the main building on the first floor that face an inner court yard with lounge furniture and traditional swing. A nice breakfast being served in the main dining room, decorated with period pictures and memorabilia. Staff was polite throughout, but at reception just average. Location is ok, but a bit to far to walk to the old city. A tuk-tuk will get you there in no time for 40-50 Rupees.