I stayed here with a friend for the Jaipur literature festival. This house (because it is truly a home) is a stunning example of 19th century havelis. In January the birds are singing, you can hear temple bells, and all is quiet, despite being right next to the center of town, and right off a big road. Auntie - the lady who runs the haveli, and her daughter, (and the adorable dog), are perfect hosts. Don't expect impersonal hotel-type setups, because this place is all about home. I was glad to go down and sit in the small dining room to have eggs and toast and tea every morning. And auntie gave me all the necessary advice on taxis, how to avoid traffic, and the whole know-how of how to navigate a city without having to deal with the 'tourist-y' brouhaha. My family was staying…
Down a back street off a main road,this period mansion offers quiet,comfortable,traditionally furnished rooms with seats on a balcony overlooking a courtyard. The landlady gave me breakfast in the courtyard, with birds singing in the trees an antidote to the extremely noisy city outside. Don't be put off if the gates are closed when you arrive - the side gate is just on a latch- knock on the door.
Nana Ki Haveli is a stunning family haveli. The rooms are comfortable and have lovely furnishings and finnishing touches, Crisp white sheets and large fluffy towels are welcome treats not often found in India. The hotel is a nice quiet oasis and just a short walk to the pink city. Internet is good. Mrs Singh is the hostess with the mostess and serves a lovely breakfast which you can have on the terrace or dining room. Nothing is too much trouble for Mrs Singh and she always makes time to chat and help out with anything. I came for 5 days and stayed for 9 as I felt to happy, comfortable and at home. Thank You Mrs Singh.
This small charming haveli is run by lovely family and this makes it very charming. You can sit on the balcony in the morning and soak up the sun. The rooms are spacious, the bathrooms need a bit of new touch. They serve two types of simple breakfast, but happy to provide with extra refill. As the haveli is very nice, the area around is a bit dogy during the night. Better not to walk and directly take a tuk tuk.
I've been to Nana Ki Haveli for 3 nights with my family, and I've spent 3 wonderful days there. It is really different from Famous Hotel chains and is a good way to discover the "real" India. We were welcomed by our owner late at night, which was really kind. The Havely is quiet and a bit out of the city, which is nice when you've spent a day in crowded areas. The owners are discrete and thoughtful, and they will always do their best for you to have a nice stay in their Havely. We've also been told that the veg food of the house was excellent! In a nutshell, I would recommand Nana Ki Haveli to people that want to discover smoothly India, meet locals and discover and have an authentic and nice place to stay in Jaipur!