I stayed at this homestay as they call it in india. Compared to the noise and tumult of any indian city, this is a haven of quiet and calm. There is a garden providing greenery, flowers and a fountain, many lovely works of art, lovely indian food for breakfast and lunch and the opportunity to meet interesting people from all over the world who seem to come back time after time.
We stayed for 3 nights at this place. It’s an old boutique place with a rich history and very well furnished rooms. The owner Mrs Deepali Singh was kind enough to give us an early check in at around 9am. Kishore the cook did an amazing job catering to our requests. The lawn outside is very well maintained. We visited this place as it got referred to a friend of mine who has stayed with them twice in the past. Obviously, his choice was great for us as well and we would highly recommend it to all our friends.
Loved this place. Nicest example of a restored older building we saw in Jaipur (except for the art deco cinema!). Owner extremely welcoming (though the rest of the staff could be a little friendlier), breakfast fantastic (the home made bread!), HUGE lovely room with a beautiful en-suite, and really good value. It's on a bit of a noisy junction, but our room was peaceful. A pleasure to stay here. Recommended.
Excellent place for a family outing. We were a large group and took 8 rooms. The hotel was good enough to give us rooms on the top floor so we could gather in the homely drawing room without disturbing other guests. The food was homely and out of this world. Its the kind of food that you can have everyday without getting bored unlike bigger hotels with their sharp taste food. Deepali Singh made us feel as we were living in a friends house.
I cannot recommend this place enough. The value was astounding for our trip, and the stay was incredible. Every aspect of the experience was above and beyond our expectations, a refreshing oasis for foreigners who are unfamiliar with India's unique travel language. First, the structure and rooms are aesthetically reminiscent to only the best parts of colonial design. However, do not let this discourage you into thinking this is an inauthentic experience, as the staff, service, and food were absolutely the best India has to offer. Concerning the food, I would recommend dining in the hotel at least once during your stay. They served fantastic and authentic Indian food, making us feel right at home. The only minor issues we had were a few lapses in hot water delivery, but you can call the desk to remedy this.…