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Reviewed 31 March 2018

We had 3 nights here during Holi and, for the price range, it's about what you would expect. Reasonable sized rooms with antiquated a/c and a bathroom that does eventually discharge hot-water .........all over the place. The hotel is alcohol free, meat free and shower curtain free. Because the rooms all circle a central courtyard containing the restaurant, it can be a bit on the noisy side. The pool area is pleasant and the water refreshing but watch your step as the concrete surrounds are super slippery.
We managed to get a fridge delivered to the room but the wi-fi had trouble finding it's way - very intermittent at best. You pay for everything including water and wi-fi which is disappointing but at least the staff were friendly and helpful. If you're desperate(like me) you can get a beer at a couple of nearby restaurants. I call them silver bullets and you'll know what I mean when you get them.
Pushkar is the Koota Beach/ Ibiza/Cancun of Rajasthan - full of young and scruffy Europeans getting high on goodness knows what. If not for the fantastic, crazy Holi celebrations,( and the chance of a camel ride) then I'd suggest giving it a miss.

Room Tip: Avoid anything on the ground floor or close to elevator.
  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Tony F
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Reviewed 11 March 2018

The rooms are adequate size, but the beds are hard, the bathrooms are dingy and needs to be upgraded or disinfected and sanitized, and hot water is spotty at times if any. Breakfast was lacking in choices, fruit not kept covered as flies and insects abound, everyday the same breakfast options. A ten minute walk down a dirt and dusty and sometimes congested road that leads to the main part of town. WiFi charge is 100 IDR/day, we asked to try before we buy and they let me test their network speeds using OKLA and the results were 0.015Mbps down and 0.001Mbps up so we opted not to purchase their WiFi plan. We stayed here on a tour so we probably won't be coming back again. The swimming pool was unheated so it was very cold. The towels in the rooms and pool area needs bleach, grey towels are uninviting. Our room was on the 3rd (top) floor and in the mornings you can hear the monkeys running and jumping around up on the rooftop just above our room chasing each other around the solar panels and piping and their howling can get loud at times. Housekeeping and cleaning is upon request only, we just went down the hall and grabbed fresh towels each day. Check out time is 10am.

Room Tip: Ask for one of the rooms along the pool out back away from the main tower and street.
  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Michael W
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Reviewed 10 March 2018

We stayed here during the Holi Festival. Granted, there are lots of tourists in town and extra challenges because of the Festival of Colors but this hotel did not rise to the occasion. This hotel is a bit of a walk from the center of Puskar, but only a few rupees if you take a tuk tuk. The main portion is three stories around a central courtyard with a pool and some additional bungalows at the rear of the property. What is not so great about the hotel includes 1) window a/c unit in the room which never worked 2) no refrigerator and unwillingness to provide ice for cold drinks. If you wanted anything (even water as this is a dry hotel) you had to buy it from the restaurant 3) few non-vegan choices especially for the breakfast buffet 4) grumpy staff, never smiled and acted like we were a real inconvenience.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
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Thank expat326
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Reviewed 12 February 2018

This is a 3 star hotel, with 4 star looks and a 2 star plumbing system. It takes around 20 minutes for the hot water to come through probably from a neighbouring state but that’s the case in a lot of Indian hotels. Once it’s through it’s fine. The entrance and lobby of the hotel belies its three star rating and the price. As with most hotels the staff are welcoming and helpful. The hotel has a nice little pool area and lovely looking grounds. It’s situated about 15 minutes walk from the lake and market street with some nice little restaurants within minutes. The rooms are large and sparcely decorated with a TV/Satellite but without wi-fi throughout the hotel unless you pay the 100INR which is a bit silly. Nevertheless it was the fastest internet we came across so we paid the fee.
We found the beds on the hard side but we there only one night. Breakfast was acceptable with the usual euro-indian options so overall, good value.

  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Pete8761
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Reviewed 11 February 2018

The location was not very convenient especially wandering back to the hotel in the dark at night. We had rooms on the 3rd floor at the opposite end of the hotel to the road so there was an outlook of the area surrounding Pushkar and the ropeway. As others have said paying for Wifi - per device - is a bit on the nose.

The management were perfunctory and the breakfast buffet with very limited.

The rooms were basic and compact with a couple of extra chairs for relaxation. Good hot water. We had to go out on the terrace for wifi connection.

A mob of monkeys woke us in the morning leaping about on the hotel ledges and the nearby properties which we found entertaining. If we had slept with windows open (not likely at this time of the year!) we may have had unwanted visitors. Perhaps a warning regarding the monkeying about is necessary in these rooms.

Room Tip: Not on ground floor. At back of hotel near the lift.
  • Stayed: January 2018, travelled with family
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Thank Tracey M
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