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Khatu Haveli

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Khatu Haveli was built in mid 19th Century. Since then, six generations of the Khatu family have lived in the magnificent Haveli.Khatu Haveli was built by Thakur Sobhag Singh. (Thakur is the title given to the ruler of the fiefdom) His son, Thakur Hari Singh was the Commander in Chief and Chief of Police in Jaipur during the pre-independence era; his only surviving grandson amongst six brothers, Brigadier Amar Singh and his wife Sushma Singh presently run a portion of the Heritage Haveli as a small boutique property. A haveli is a structure typically built around a courtyard. A large haveli comprises of two or more such structures with the courtyards interconnected. Khatu Haveli comprises of three spectacular courtyards and like most haveli's is characterized by magnificent arches, verandas, galleries and terraces.
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Breakfast included
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Fortunately we came upon this haveli because of it's location, very reasonable price and good reviews. Not living in the UK, we'd never heard of the BBC TV series 'The Real Marigold Hotel', where it's prominently featured. We couldn't believe our fortune as we checked into the
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Not unlike other guests we chose the Khatu Haveli as our base in Jaipur having watched the Marigold programme, a reality tv show with minor celebrities. The haveli and our rooms were fine and the view from the roof terrace is breathtaking and the location central and handy for
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A real pleasure to stay here. Khatu Haveli is a heritage property in the same family for 6 generations and the current owners provide a first class service, starting with a complimentary pickup from the railway station. Rooms were comfortable, clean and well equipped. Food
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Lovely hotel, we had a really beautiful room. Really quiet. Nice roof terrace and social areas. Lovely breakfast and dinner - served as a buffet. Friendly staff. Slightly isolated location but easy enough to get around and fairly central for everywhere. Highly recommended!
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A little gem of a place tucked behind huge doors. Once inside your first thoughts turn to Dr Who's tardis. The website photos make this guest house look sumptious. But reckon these pictures to be several years old as things were not as pristine. The bathrooms were not as clean
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Hi. We booked before travel. We stayed at The Tigress resort. We travelled by train from Jaipur, this was booked by the owners of the Haveli. Great experience.
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Is there a safe in the room or reception? Thanks in advance
Hi Claire. No safe as such but there are cupboards where you can lock your valuables. The Haveli is also quite safe and secure. Enjoy Cheers Charles
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Sorry for the delay in answering....You would not want to go out side of the Haveli after dark, unaccompanied ,everyone is expected to sit for dinner at 8.30 and that will go on till 9.30 -10.0 pm. Hope this helps
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Three round pins, we took adaptors for Asia
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I'd recommend booking trips when you get there. Local trips to palaces and forts can all be arramged at a moments notice and travel using the tuk-tuk or taxi 'supplied' by the hotel. Entry to the sites is cheap and the queues aren't long at all. If you want to go further afield and venture to Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal - which I'd strongly recommend - then we it was possible to book train tickets from the hotel. The journey can be completed in a day and your tuk-tuk driver will take you to and from the train station. Other trips include an early morning elephant ride to one of the forts which we didn't complete since we'd heard so many bad reports about how the elephants were treated and how the handlers 'fight' for your trade when you arrive. Perhaps you'll get better advice from somebody who has completed such a trip. The hotel is very compact and it won't take you very long to meet your fellow guests and discover if you can join them in any trips. Hope this helps and have a great holiday Neill
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"Rooms on the upper floors are probably brighter"
"Courtyard rooms are quieter. Other rooms on the first and second levels are accessed by deep and steep stairs."
"Choose a courtyard room if steps are a problem."
"Room at the top have a fabulous communal balcony !! If you can't do the stairs choose a ground floor room"
"The Maharaja Suite is delightful. Go on, spoil yourselves!"
US$ 42 - US$ 63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndiaRajasthanJaipur DistrictJaipur
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