Stayed here for 2 nights and had the whole place to ourselves. Owner Mrs Singh and her daughter were very welcoming. No restaurant on site other than for breakfast but provided pears and boiled potatoes for our baby when we arrived in the evening. Place is full of character and beautiful antiques. Not much in immediate vicinity but just a 5 min (and 10 rupee) tuk tuk ride from the old city and some great bazaar shopping.
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 very sweet thing and greeted us warmly each time. Location was average. It was tucked away down an alley. No much in tHe immediate vicinity. Being a Muslim neighbourhood, I got stares walking up and down the street. Luckily I was not on my own. But if I was traveling solo, it would have been but unnerving.
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 hidden within these walls. A breath of fresh air (hot showers, broader breakfast menu, history) could really bring this Haveli back to life and return it to what would have once been a vibrant and luxurious home.
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 completely disagree with their opinion. Even if it’s near the old city (15 min walk) the hotel is located in a bad neighborhood, special at night time and i wouldn’t recommend it for female solo travellers. Also there are no cafe, restaurant or any decent place to have lunch or dinner nearby. The host is very nice lady but the place doesn’t worth the money.
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!
Excellent rooms, very spacious best place to stay, value for money breakfast quality is excellent overall best experience in jaipur its very unique an traditional botique hotel very rare to have such an beautiful experinnce
Having been in India 3 weeks Nana Ki Haveli was a welcome oasis of quiet and relative luxury. The hostess Mrs Singh and her daughter were wonderful, accommodating my late arrival and early departure without incident. The suite is worth the little extra, I was fortunate enough to be granted an upgrade and enjoyed the extra space. For the cost I found my stay to be excellent value.
The rooms aren't clean and the breakfast is only tea, bread and an old home-made jam. You can ask for eggs, but you have to wait that they go to the market to buy them. It takes one hour. The amenities are very old and malfunctioning. The pictures you see here doesn't look have been done from travelers. Those kind of pictures show always details, here there is none of that kind. These are beautified, professional pictures. The picture showing the entrance, for example, doesn't show the trash discharge there, with crows and chicken rests from slaughter thrown there. The area around is a miserable slum area. The two stars are only because it was for sure a nice place in the past, but long time ago. Not the money worth, you can find much better for less or same price.
This place was ok. Big spacious rooms but very cold at night time. Very poor showers - hot water but you had to dance to hit the droplets. Not in a great area, but the host is a lovely lady. It could be awesome , it just needs some TLC. I think you can get better value for money else where.