- Reviews: 781
Maharaja Palace: A low end hotel which is conveniently located
This is a no frills place that is ideal for a short stay. The rooms are clean. There is room service of vegetarian food. If you are just looking for a place to stay without any fancy additions then this is the place. I would not stay here since I prefer better ambience, but I would recommend this to anyone looking for clean and well located accommodation. They have air conditioned and non ac rooms.
Very near the bus stop, auto stand and railway station.
- Reviews: 45
Hotel Holy Family: Hotel in peaceful Raja Park,Jaipur
There are many hotels in this posh and peaceful locality of Jaipur. We stayed there as group of relative and hired the whole hotel for engagement ceremony of my brother in law.
Unique quality is the small lawn and view from terrace.It is wonderful view from hotel terrace of Moti Dungri temple.All rooms are small with double bed,AC,Cable TV and attach Bathroom.Unique is the Hotel manager Mr.Robinson who is a helping guy from Kerala.
- Reviews: 2
Karni Niwas: nice budget hotel
Rs 650 for double room with ceiling fan, got a newer room in the back which was nice, with bath tub (no shower curtain so you still soak the place), warm water showers but our top floor room didn’t seem to have enough water pressure to get a warm shower in the mornings, large room and large bathroom, very clean, satellite TV, room service, downstairs internet for Rs 1 / minute and a phone that can be used to make international calls, rooms with A/C available too for Rs 900, friendly owner, includes a ride back to the train station and ask about the fair priced rickshaw driver to see sites around town (better than battle-bargaining with rickshaw drivers on the street)
- Reviews: 111
Laxmi Palace Hotel: What a great place
Spotless place with objects d' art placed in prominent locations. Great breakfast at more than reasonable prices. The owners are delighted to see you and the staff are personable and eager to help. There is a balcony where one can be served cold beer -- at great prices -- and meet other travelers. This was my best hotel experience in India
The views of the mountains and forts and the watching the street life -- quiet street -- was fascinating. The
- Reviews: 358
Hotel Ghoonghat Palace: A budget hotel in Jaipur
It is interesting how the hotels in India get their stars. This one should have been a 3-star hotel, but I would describe it a 1-2 star hotel.
Almost dirty bed linen (perhaps no, but at least very weary and old), dirty carpets, small room.
Perhaps suitable for those with very low budget.
We didn't choose this hotel; it was part of our package tour to Agra (Taj Mahal) and Rajasthan (Jaipur).
Nothing that I would remember right now.
- Reviews: 3
Hotel Lake Palace: Rajastan's Friendliest Hotel
I have stayed at this hotel many times since 2005. The staff are really helpful and friendly and treat me as a friend, inviting me to all the events that are taking place in the hotel.
The area is quiet and it is a wonderful place to see the sunrise over the Jal Mahal.
- Reviews: 805
Hotel Karnot Mahal: Ancient haveli converted to heritage hotel
The hotel is allocated in the middle of the Pink City with a starnge entrance, but as soon as you step inside, a beautful garden appears with comfootable and real Indian style places to have rest.The room was clean and nice.The hotel own generator so we didn't suffer from power cut and hot water was also running.From the roof you can get a great view on the pink city.
- Reviews: 10970
The Holiday Inn hotel is only 10 mins from the city centre and close to many of the major attractions.
They have 72 rooms & suites which have a hair dryer, tea/coffee making facilities, satellite TV and mini bar. Room service is available 24 hrs also.
The hotel has the Palms coffee shop which serves both an international and Indian cuisine which is open from dawn to midnight. The bar is also open until midnight serving imported wines and spirits. The restaurant overlooks the courtyard and serves Indian dishes for lunch and dinner.
- Reviews: 351
Vaishnavi Guest House: hidden by the train station
By chance ended up here as my train was six hours late to Jaisalmer and enede up haveing to stay in Jaipur another night. Got stuck at 5 AM looking for a hotel and at the mercy of Raj the Rickshaw driver and ened up here. It was too expensive, but quite nice. Food was fantastic and had a suite for 800 Rupees, in a neighborhod in fron of the station.
Fantastci Food at rooftop restarant.
- Reviews: 57
chit chat: away from the smog
an extremely cosy hostel,maybe the best one i had in india.the rooms are spacious and three of them share an internal garden,far away from the smog and the traffic of the city.The guys working there are extremely nice ,with the right people sharing with you the garden could be a great experience(if you meet john an aussie married with an indian it will be great fun).there is a restaurant as well with excellent food inside the complex
- Reviews: 2929
Hardik Palace Hotel: Hardik Palace Hotel
200Rs room with double bed, bathroom attached. Address is D-19-20, Kalwad Scheme, Gopal Badi, Jaipur. Near to Sindi Camp Bus Station, 5 minutes walkable to railway station.
- Reviews: 2929
Hotel Amit: Hotel Amit
Hotel Amit 200Rs room with double bed, bathroom attached. Located on the main street near to central bus station.
- Reviews: 2929
Hardik Palace Hotel: Hardik Palace Hotel
200Rs only for big clean room with bathroom attached and restaurant available located at Sindi Camp Bus Station, behind railway station, 5 minutes walk only. Why I prefer here was its convenience to buy train ticket and also but bus ticket and at night I can eat the best fish curry chapati. Sindi Camp BS is where you can buy bus ticket on the spot and choose the bus on the spot. Many long distance sleeper buses with good condition and clean around here, tourists travel long distance can buy tickets here.
How to get there?
When arrived Sindi Camp BS, the road is quite big with many buses parking at roadside. Many Auto workshops around, yes you just walk towards it and in one of the alleys you can see Hotel Hardik Palace.
- Reviews: 384
Athithi Guest House: A nice place, but not the first choise!
Another nice place to stay is called Athithi Guesthouse, quiet closed to the center of the Old city.
It is the normal Guesthouse but with very cleaned rooms with A/C.
Here you will find also a lot of organized groups,. So that’s probably why I didn’t enjoy so much my stay here and I left the morning after!
The only one thing worng is that the staff isn’t so nice and helpfull.
It costs quiet a lot to being a GH, as a doubel runs beetween 500/700Rs.
So, if you have a choise, this should not be your first one, better the Jaipur Inn, no doubt!
- Reviews: 548
A nice touch were the tall *attractive young male staff, all wearing traditional costumes, turbans and all. Here is the front of the hotel.
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