I stumbled across this place as it was highly recommended. The rooms were spacious. But it is an aging facility. So expect shower with no pressure (we ended up using a bucket to actually have a proper wash). Breakfast as basic, just toast. The resident vegetarian dog was a…
Best quality/price we got in our entire India trip. The owner and her daughter are very sweet. Rooms are clean. The whole place is wonderful. Close from the old city gates. We totally recommend it!!!!
Nana Ki Haveli is absolutely gorgeous. A house undoubtedly filled as many stories and rich history as the art and decorative pieces that fill the rooms and hallways. Unfortunately these stories remain largely untold as there is a weariness that has settled over the secrets…
In our trip to Rajasthan we stayed in many havelis, this one was the most expensive and the worst we’ve been. Rooms need urgently maintenance: bad matress, old and dirty sheets, no water pressure in the shower. This haveli is recommended in the Lonely Planet guide but i…
The Nana Ki Haveli is a gem of a hotel. Beautiful balcony surrounds the courtyard, rooms are spacious and clean. The lady of the house is a warm, kind soul, and her pet dog is very sweet. Definitely a good find for the weary traveler!
"Ask for a quiet room - and you shall get one"
"Our upper floor room/suite adjacent to the stair was spacious & attractive - a little dark but comfortable outdoor seating is available immediately outside, overlooking the courtyard.."
"Request a room upstairs in order to have a nice lounging space outside the room."
"You need to ask Mrs Singh to turn the wifi on when you want to use it - and it doesn't work in all rooms, but it does from the balcony outside. The rooms with the best wifi are (apparently) the noisiest. I use ear plugs so it's not an issue."
"Call them before you come"