Jaipur was the last halt of our 10-days trip of Rajasthan. The property was good, clean and peaceful. The owner / caretaker is a sweet lady who puts all her efforts to make the stay comfortable for her guests. The property is located right in the heart of city, very close to Hawa Mahal, Bapu Bazaar etc., though the lane where the hotel is situated, is little tacky. Only problem is lack of staff and limited option in breakfast which could be problematic when you are travelling with the family.
As mentioned by others, a lovely place in an ugly area. Good hot water, the usual slow but consistent internet, a 15 minute walk to the walled city, 15 minutes to the Albert Hall Museum. Mrs. Singh is sweet and has a sweet dog. She serves only continental breakfasts. During late afternoons you can sit on the second-floor walkway and watch distant kites flying, a welcome relief from Jaipur’s chaos.
We stayed 2 nights in November 2016. We had the bigger suite, which had a nice sitting area and 2 robes in the closet. The beds were standard and the bathroom had standard amenities. The owner did her best to provide hospitality, but this kind, older lady had to do everything herself. I got the impression she really needed some help. You can tell this was once a lovely, elegant home, but now it needs some plaster repair in places. I couldn't get hot water, even after waiting an hour for the tank to heat. I would've taken a cold shower but there was no water pressure. It's located in the old city near a chicken market. It would not be my first choice for Jaipur.
Stayed here for 2days with family.Property is good n gives u the feeling of old havelis. But the issues were- they don't provide Indian breakfast being in India. They don't have bucket in bathroom.Room service is not available. They are not providing even tea n water in the room.
Wonderful place to relax. This classic house is well suited to make your stay in Jaipur more comfortable, nice rooms, AC and the house keeper that will provide you with Chai whenever you need. It is a bit hard to find and depending on the outside temperature you will need a rickshaw to get to the touristy areas in Jaipur.