- Reviews: 234
Discovery guest house Jodpur: Chepest,neat and clean guest house
Discovery is a lovely family run hotel in the heart of he blue city walking distance from clock tower. Owned by Raj and his wife there is a charming atmosphere that flows through the hotel. The rooms are clean and spacious with lovely paintings on the walls.great view from roof top restaurant.
- Reviews: 805
Kuchaman Haveli: Real Heritage Haveli
The Haveli was belong to Kuchaman Thakur built in 1826 for own house exquisite redsandstone carvings in old city Jodhpur.Spotlessly clean, traditional rooms have nice and comfortable antique beds.All the rooms are decorated with an eye to traditional details and historical themes of Rajasthan.
From the terrace Majestic view of the Mehrangarh Fort and the view on Blue city Jodhpur.
- Reviews: 2
Sunrise Guesthouse: Good place to stay at Jodhpur
The options for stay at Jodhpur are galore, lots of Haveli type guest houses. I just went into one which caught my eye, Sunrise guesthouse, i went in to enquire. The guy running the place showed me a room, it was huge with a double bed, a couple of cane chairs and lots and lots of room. Figure this, the room had three doors opening up to balconies outside. And the price.. just 150Rs, i took it immediately without even checking the other rooms. The only downside was that the bathroom was shared, i didn't mind it much as there were no other people staying there. The next day, i moved into a double room with attached bathroom, it was a little smaller but for 200 Rs a steal. Everything, including the bathrooms was clean, modern and spotless. I loved the place and will recommend it to anyone travelling to Jodhpur.
- Reviews: 27
Mandore Guest House: A Home away from Home
It was a sheer pleasure to stay in this property. It is a truly genuine guest house where I have stayed till date. Ethnic surrounding covered in trees and greenery welcomes you. The rooms have all the basic amenities and are all dressed in ethnic Indian culture. Toilets are very clean. Strongly recommended for some one looking to experience rich Rajasthani heritage and food.
This a place run by the family. This is what separates it from the rest of the places you tend to stay. Entire family members ensures that you are treated like a member of the family. The food served is one of the best Rajastani food you can lay your hands on. Its served outside the room and hence also give you a chance to interact with other guest/owners. There is no TV in the rooms and hence forces a person to come out of it and sit outside and enjoy the freshness of green pollution free environment. And to top it all you have Happy & Pepsi, two very affectionate dogs to help you get out of misery (if any).
- Reviews: 55
Niky Hotel: Budget Hotel
Its a fairly new property, and has been decently built keeping in mind more of an overnight traveller. Food is vegetarian and is ok, nothing special. Breakfast was sad and service was quite poor. But, I guess those are just teething problems and probably they need wel trained staff. Should get a proper satellite TV service since the TV was out of signal for most of the time.
- Reviews: 833
Govind Hotel: Govind Hotel
We arrived in Jodhpur by night train and left again by night train. Therefore we needed a place to store our luggage and take a shower.
Govind Hotel is very close to the train station and the owner is very friendly and helpfull. We got a small room for 300 Rp for day use. Also the hotel offered a Village Safari and Exchange Services (very good rate!). The rooftop hotel has a nice (but bit distructed) view to the fort. And a note from their website: Govind is the only Hotel not paying any commission to any autorickshaws or taxis (as mention in the latest lonelyplanet guide book), so when you touch Jodhpur you will hear many stories like Govind Hotel is a bad place or it is closed down. Please don't be carried away by such stories.If you want to come here tell the taxis driver that you want to go to the main GPO or the railway station.Govind is just opposite the GPO and 5 mts. walk from the railway station. So be wise and follow this important note.
- Reviews: 3084
Rohet Garh: Marharajas's Palace for Guests Comes with Culture
The only place to stay in Rohet, a village outside Jodhpur, is at the Maharaja's home. The small palace is surrounded by walls, and inside there are beautiful gardens and a swimming pool. The rooms are well kept and appointed with family heirloom art, and each opens to the garden. The Maharajah himself is available for tours. We didn't take his tour, but we did have a chance to converse with him for awhile after dinner. The only problem we found it that a larger tour group could come and take all the better rooms. We were lucky in that we arrived prior to the arrival of a group, and so had the pick of rooms. Dinner is excellent, and after dinner, Rajasthani musicians entertain even the smallest audience. This place was an excellent value.
What is unique about this place is the whole package of village, Maharajah, and the variety of traditional ceremonies in which one can engage. These experiences aren't created, but an authentic part of village life. See the link below and my Off The Beaten Path Tips for Rohet. There I have more images of the hotel and of the activities in which we took part at Rohet.
- Reviews: 10970
Nimaj Palace Hotel: Enroute to Jodhpur
This was a Heritage Hotel that we stopped at for lunch in Nimaj ( Marwar Region). It was over halfway on our journey between Jaipur and Jodphur . The hotel is a rural retreat hidden away in the middle of a maze of small lanes and walkways in Nimah.
They have 20 Rooms and Suites all with baths. The rooms are spacious with colourful wall hangings. There is in-house laundry services and parking facilities. Varius activities can bee arranged from the hotel such as chariot rides, camel and horse rides as well as safaris
- Reviews: 596
Sarvar Guest House and Rooftop Restaurant: Hospitality with Honesty in Jodhpur
Friendly family run guest house with clean spacious rooms that are a good value.
Self contained bathroom
Air cooled fan
Fantastic views of the fort and city
200-250 rupee for double room
The best part about this guest house are the views from the roof. They are really fantastic.
- Reviews: 311
Govind: Right by the Station
Handy little place, rooms are clean and fine for exploring the town. The guesthouse has a rooftop resaturant which isn't bad but you can get better food minutes walk away. We used the place just for the day as we arrived from Mumbai very early in the morning and were leaving very late at night. Govind has day rates to coincide with the train to Jaiselmere. The staff here are very nice and all in all a good choic considering we weren't actually in teh hotel that much.
- Reviews: 805
Dhillon House: Dhillon Guest House
Rajasthan is one of the best place to enjoy the unique opportunity to know an Indian family and there culture / customs through their Paying Guest Scheme.So whenever you visit India, don't forget to visit Rajasthan.GUEST HOUSE IS Very Very Clean Room all Rooms attched Bathroom peaceful and very good food this Gust House Run by Punjabi Family Profaser Mr B.S.Dhillon.
There you can learn about Rajasthani Cultural.The Family are very friendly.
- Reviews: 17
Dhillon House: An excellent guesthouse
We spent only one night in this family run guesthouse. The rooms are nice, really clean and comfortable and simply gorgeous homemade food is served in the garden. You can also watch how the food is prepared. Run by a punjabi family.
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