It was a great stay with friends, experiencing local music with good food. All the rooms gave a very authentic royal experience. The pool can also be used to beat the heat if required. Burja haveli captures Rajasthani vibes perfectly!
Pet friendly only the cottages are selected , they have very less manpower hence don’t expect immediate actions on your requests . Good ambience and village culture seen but selection on food menu is too limited . Overall good for one time visit
It was an overall beautiful experience to stay at Burja Haveli. Very Homely, Polite Staff. We also met the owners of the property. They are so humble & generous in nature. The Food is excellent, true flavours of Rajasthan. A memorable stay.
What an outstanding and peaceful place to visit within 200KM range from DELHI. We have visited on very next day of Diwali. This place is the House of the owner and approximately 15 years back the most of the portion he turned into beautiful Hotel. Thanks a lot for experience us the feeling of Haveli. - Food is just simply superb and taste beats the best of any top lined restaurant's in Delhi. Rates are reasonable. Max 500 for Couple - Very Humble Staff and Owner & his family gives you a very homely feeling. - Outside sitting ambience is perfect for Candle Light Dinner, very cozy seating near Live Roti making prepared by local old village lady. - Roof top is great for those who wants to enjoy drinks and Bonfire specially in winters. - Place is full of Nests and one can hear the sweat voice of birds in morning as well. - The walking area is full of Amla Tree's which we have picked up ( as it was allowed :P) - Rooms are pretty simple and feeling peace and serenity inside. - The painting and art on wall is emasculate and gives you a feel pf local heritage of Rajasthan culture. - Last but not least.... The Tea is simply world class. - One can walk out from Haveli to experience the village people lifestyle Conclusion: Its a must visit place for anyone. Value for money, outstanding food, experience local village and core culture of Rajasthan. Will visit again with friends and family again. Suggestion: Book direct for Best Deals and Discounts and don't expect high profile rooms.…
Incredibly beautiful green and colorful ♥️ Has a heritage theme and the food is super delicious especially the traditional Rajasthani food. It also has a huge garden with a treehouse. It's so peaceful that you can hear the sound of the chirping birds ♥️
Amazing hospitality, really well maintained property. Staff is very polite which is combined with spotless clean rooms. You will see some Rajasthani folk dance being performed which enhances your experience
Had an amazing experience..in love with the ethnic heritage haveli the ambience was good . experienced a good quality service from staff...the rajasthani food was amazing and would like to go there again and again..and yes the tree house and centre canopy was a must watch and a perfect place to spend time with family and friends..at a very reasonable budget
I have been in this hotel many times. They offered me high level of professionalism and hospitality. This is a very pocket friendly hotel with exceptional services. Keep it up Team Hotel Burja Haveli. I’ll come back soon :)
I had checked out with my family members in end December 2019 after seeing the advertisement in social media. The Hotel is quite far (approx 40 kms) from Sariska. The room is so small that you can not walk. The TV is in another room which is old style(Non flat). Facilities provided are so cheap in room. Compared to the rent,you feel cheated. The temperature was around 5 degree Celsius and there was no arrangement of room heater. I was wondering if we had really come here for leisure? During night, there was power cut and whole hotel premises plunged into dark. Generator was run during day and not in night. My children, who were in other room got frightened owing to total darkness.I tried to call reception but intercom was dead. I called mobile numbers of hotel but no one picked. It was horrible experience in this hotel. I have been to many places in India and abroad but this is worst destination in my history. I had to cut short my stay and returned after a day.…
An old heritage haveli converted to a hotel. Stayed in the cottages which was a walk to the Haveli (housed the restaurant and some rooms). Dinner on both days were super delicious with lal Maas, chicken curry, dal tadka and the local Rajasthani rotis. Breakfast was pretty good too. This was even better with the staff service who were all great. The cons - cottage rooms which did not look too clean and wish the bathrooms were better. The noise on the highway and the early morning prayers was another annoying distraction. But of course, the prices were reasonable so would call it a VFM package