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Reviewed 19 September 2019

The hotel is ok, but we had a few issues. Like, having to ask for clean sheets on our bed when we arrived and having to be incredibly patient whenever we wanted to get breakfast on the roof terrace/restaurant. The location is good though and when we met the owner, Josie, he was very friendly.

Date of stay: August 2019
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Thank M5495YBchristophers
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Reviewed 23 July 2019 via mobile

Hotel is an old family haveli, very nice building. Location is convinient, 15min walk to Clock Tower and 20min walk to Fort. Rooms are spatious, clean and comfortable bed. Staff is professional and friendly.

However, we spend two nights but could’t varelly sleep. A/A was old and it was only possible to turn it on (freeze, heavy noise) or off (very hot). There is also a temple nearby and prayers sing very loud at night until 12 am and start over again at 4 am till 7am. It’s not the hotel fault but I belive is worth sharing the experience with other travelers for their consideration.

Date of stay: July 2019
2  Thank rulldemolins
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Reviewed 14 May 2019 via mobile

Currently sat in the lobby very sad we can't extend our stay. We've loved staying here and couldn't recommend it highly enough. Nothing is too much trouble and the service is fantastic- Ganesh is brilliant. The whole building is stunning, as are the rooms which are spotless and incredibly comfortable! Some of the best nights sleep we've had in 8 months travelling and really nice to stay somewhere in India that is properly clean. We really enjoyed our dinner here one evening and found it reasonably priced. The rooftop is amazing, such beautiful views of the blue city and the fort. The location is perfect and tucked away from the hustle and bustle. We cannot recommend enough and will be back!! Such an experience to stay in this historical home, so well preserved and tastefully decorated :) (we also adore the pug!). Thank you Ganesh!

Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Romy L
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Reviewed 21 April 2019 via mobile

I did not make a reservation for this place. I had seen a price online, and since it was low season, was hoping to knock a few more dollars off. But the wife of the homestay is quite clever. She showed me the room available (the same as online) but said it was 2000 rupees instead of 1300 as it said online. I showed her the booking.com page and said it looked to be the same room, but she said her husband had made a mistake on website and that it was a different, nicer room she was showing me. We settled on 1200 for the first night and 1000 for the second. Not much of a bargain, but one nonetheless.

I had a king room with en-suite bathroom and it was beautiful, which is why I was willing to spend energy negotiating for it. The AC works well. Wifi is hit or miss. If you want hot water, you need to wait for the tank to be hot (best to warn them you’ll want a shower when you arrive).

You will primarily deal with a Nepalese boy named Ganesh. He is very well intentioned, however his English isn’t great so it slows down communication. But he’s very sweet. I tried to make bus bookings or taxi but staff wasn’t too helpful.

Overall I’d say it is worth it for the building and the location is good. You get a nice view of the fort from the rooftop cafe, but service isn’t their specialty. If, like me, you want a nice, cool room to relax in, while you sightsee, this is a good choice.

Note: this hotel is in the old town. No cars allowed, only Tuk Tuk’s. You MUST negotiate price. They’ll try and charge you 250 rs to go anywhere. For short distances, aim for 50. For larger ones, like the Bhawan, max 150!

Also, the pug is adorable.

Date of stay: April 2019
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Reviewed 21 March 2019 via mobile

The hotel is potentially an hidden gem. The building it’s beautiful, room was clean although very small and position good, 15 minutes walking to the clock tower. The family owning the hotel however doesn’t do anything to make you fell welcomed, it’s actually the opposite. We didn’t feel comfortable sometimes. Also, the breakfast for the price you pay it’s ridiculous. Dining there is also more expensive than elsewhere in the city

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank 208ludovicoc
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