- Reviews: 235
Amar hotel: Nice stay and friendly owner
When I went to Bundi from Bikaner(My city). coming time I stay one night in this hotel in Pushkar(halfway).my friends took me here what a good choice! Good location, decoration, food and great view! Owner Doctor Alone was the character to meet, a well-known local ‘Brahman’ that will share with you lots of funny stories..most of hotels in Pushkar don't have car parking but here I could park my car and holy lake of Puskar is on walking distance from this hotel.view from rooftop was fantastic.
Beautiful garden restaurant.
- Reviews: 143
Ambey Palace: Amazingly perfect little place
After checking several guidebook and user recommended hotels we struck upon this one. This was the best of them all. Here's why:<br/>1. Very clean -- white sheets!<br/><br/>2. Very big. Also has a geyser and TV. Also has AC but that costs more.<br/><br/>3. Has a shared balcony (with the adjoining room) overlooking the street below. Don't worry it does not see much traffic so you can sleep sound and still gaze at the life below or at the full moon.<br/><br/>4. Terrific location! Close to the main market yet far enough. <br/><br/>5. Only 4 rooms. So you won't be bothered much. Do choose the best room, 108, or the one next to it, 107.<br/><br/>6. The BEST part: in the average-traffic month of March we got their best room for Rs350. That is crazy good bargain!<br/><br/>This is a less known wonderful little place. Some LP recommended hotels had no vacancy and yet charged double than this guy.
The location. My first choice was Third Eye but after going there I realized it was a bit too remote from the city. This one is away but not too away.
- Reviews: 145
Hotel Kanhaia Haveli: Nice family-run hotel
We stayed here in 2001 and 2008. <br/><br/>In 2001 it was named only:Hotel Kanhaia. The family took really good care of us. It was a nice place to relax, and made our stay in Pushkar even better! <br/><br/>In 2008 the hotel was under renovation to become Hotel Kanhaia Haveli, from budget to midrange. <br/>The old mother recognised us after almost 8 years! "second time Pushkar!" she said, when we came looking for a room.
Nice Family, rooftop restaurant.
- Reviews: 1
CHEAP ECONOMIC BUDGET HOTEL: AROMA ROYAL HOTEL PUSHKAR AJMER RAJASTHAN INDIA
FACILITIES<br/>*12 A/C or Non A/C Rooms/Suites with Attached baths with running hot and cold water Individual Temperature control Circuit Colour T. V. <br/><br/>* 24 Hour Money Exchange <br/>* Doctor on call <br/>* Secretarial Services and fax facility <br/>* Parking facility <br/>* Packed Meals for overland travelers <br/>* Exclusive Accommodation for .. business travelers <br/>* Information Counter<br/>* High Speed Internet <br/>* Room service <br/>* Travel counter <br/>* Safe Deposit box<br/>* Laundry <br/>* Air Shuttle <br/>* Hot Water <br/>* Front Desk <br/>* Taxi Booking <br/>* Safari <br/>* Guide <br/>AROMA is located near Brahma Temple , it is only at a five minutes walk able distance from central bus stand . The fair ground is only at a distance of 3 minutes walk from AROMA. Even though it is close to fair ground , Even than quite atmosphere prevails to make your stay comfortable meaningful & memorable one. All other places of tourist interest, bazaar, are with in walking vicinity.<br/> <br/><br/>AROMA HOTEL Provides you at nominal cost , well furnished AC/Non AC and spacious rooms with attached bathroom with cold & hot water facility round the clock. Various types of accommodation to suit individual.
Aroma Hotel Pushkar, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India (Cell No. +91-9414002129, E-mail: email@example.com)offers a relaxed and contemporary atmosphere in which to enjoy a lively mix of traditional and evolved modern Indian cuisine. As an upmarket Indian Hotel, Rajasthan has become synonymous with going beyond expectations. We have always strived to be at the cutting edge of eating out and tried to pay that little extra attention to detail, which we hope makes dining with us an experience to savour. We understand that a Hotel is the satisfaction it continues to give to customers The most loved tourist spots in Rajasthan (India). A City of Peace and Spirituality
- Reviews: 805
Ram Kuti Guest House: Low budget
Entrance is in the nerro street from the main road, but when we reach in side the gate of the Gust house becom in the open aeria with little garden.The gust house is very clean and peace full.The rooms are attched bath A/C.
- Reviews: 4
Paramount Palace: Good option for a place with a bit of character
Stayed here on my last visit to Pushkar. Hotel has rooms that cater to every budget from 100 Rs basics to 650 Rs balconied bedrooms all with attached bath.<br/>I found staff very friendly and helpful , room was spacious , bed comfortable and bathroom adequate. Revisited them now , nice to see rooms getting painted in preparation for season.
Very reasonable rooftop restaurant with a good all round view of the lake as well Pushkar .
- Reviews: 4
Atithi Guesthouse: good budget option
Second time in Pushkar and this time decided to stay on the outskirts of the town away from the market and lake area which can be a bit hectic and noisy . Atithi is well situated only about 4 mins walk from the main market yet on the fringe of the town.Its a small guesthouse consisting of 2 floors set around a tiny but well kept garden, there are even 4 tortoises in the garden that complete the serene feel to the place.<br/>The ground floor rooms are your basic budget ones and the first floor slightly better rooms that are tiled.We opted for the first floor.<br/>Room was clean and bed comfortable . bathroom adequate and Pappu the owner very friendly and helpful without being in your face the whole time.<br/>We went in July so was off season and very quiet and just what we wanted.
- Reviews: 253
Raj Guru Guesthouse: GREAT GREAT Family-run GH
Just about 3 minutes walk from Pushkar's main shopping district, the Sadar Bazaar Road. Though you cannot see the lake from the rooftop here, Rajguru GH is a very tranquil place hiding away from the croud with a nice small garden court. The guesthouse only has 7 rooms, and the prices range from 250-350 Rupees. All rooms are basic but really really clean, safe and comfy. My greatest impression about this place is its owners, Mr Niti and his father, they're very kind and helpful. I really recommend the GH for single travelers, senior couples but definitely NOT for groups with more than 3-4 pax.
- Reviews: 85
Exotic Resort & Adventure: The place to camp in Pushkar
This is much more than a camp site. The tents are already there for you and they are better than some hotels I've stayed in....in fact quite a few.<br/><br/>I don't know the price because it was part of a tour, but whatever it was, it was worth it.<br/><br/>The tents had beds, and good beds actually. Electric lights. Carpet! Running water and a sink! A proper flushing toilet! A shower! I've never been in a tent like it before, absolute luxury.<br/><br/>The camp site is enclosed and guarded. <br/><br/>Included in your price are meals there and they are pretty good. Vegetarian only.
You can get a camel cart into the main town from within the camp complex.<br/><br/>Contrary to popular belief, you can buy alcoholic drinks at the campsite. The rest of the town is dry.<br/><br/>Leave your bucket outside when you go to bed and in the morning it will be full of hot water for you to wash in. Great service.
- Reviews: 23
Exotic Resorts and Adventures EraCamp: put off in Pushkara
We booked the Royal India Tour of Rajasthan/Golden Triangle by Indus Travel of Canada, Hi Tours inIndia, to coincide with the Pushkar camel fair and religious pilgrimage. I checked TripAdvisor reviews of all the hotels listed for the "superior first class" level and found them overall quite satisfactory. Subsequently there were quite a few changes(to lesser accommodations). In particular the hotel in Pushkar was to be a tent. When I asked I was not given the name of the tent but was sent 4 photos and the description "...please find attached photographs for the Pushkar tents. You will have similar tents as shown in the pictures. Here are some of the features: “Swiss Tents - large, two proper camp beds with sheets, blankets, pillows etc. Attached to each tent is your private washroom tent, complete with flush toilet, shower (cold water), basin, and long table for your essentials. Each tent has jute floor coverings, lighting, chairs both inside and out. Each tented area has service personnel, to clean up your tent, replenish towels, soaps, TP etc. Well, KMart and Saks Fifth Avenue are "similar" in that both sell women's clothing. But the tents at Exotic Resorts and Adventures EraCamp were quite unlike what she described or what I read of in TripAdvisor reviews of other tent camps in Pushkar. The mat did not completely cover the floor; a large gap in front of the washstand let water soak the ground to make it muddy. There were no chairs inside; the plastic ones outside badly needed washing. The washstand had a mirror so small and poorly angled it was not possible to shave; the spigot did not clear the edge of the sink, so a dirty cup had to be used to collect the water to rinse with. The toilet was filthy, its bottom caked in mud(rickety shower adjacent) and its top smeared with a darker brown matter - your guess! At least the bland food was inexpensive. See my photos.
- Reviews: 8151
Lake View Hotel: Great lakeside location
The rooms are very basic here but it's the view over the lake (hence the hotels name) that is worth the money. I was shown two rooms upon arrival - one with a WC and sink and one was just the room but was a good size. I took the one with the WC and sink which was Rs200. There are a couple of communal showers nearby. I think they are better budget places around but if you want a place with a view then you can't get much better than here. There's a restaurant on the top floor/balcony which does reasonable food and is good to sit at at sunset.
- Reviews: 882
Hotel Shanti Palace: Authentic atmosphere
I’d rather not comment….the scene speaks for itself…for the propensity of Indians to use hypertrophied names and association of words for the most humble place, shop or business….. Holy cow, what a palace!
- Reviews: 12
HOTEL OM: BUTGET OPTION
IT WAS GOOD ENOUGH FOR A 2 NIGHTS STAY. COMFORTABLE MATRESS, CLEAN, AND ALSO VERY CHEAP. 200 RUPIES
HAS A POOL, FRIENDLY STAFF, BUT CHECK 2 TIMES ALL INFORMATIONS YOU NEED FOR BUSES... SOMETIMES THEY DO NOT KNOW...
- Reviews: 2495
Pushkar Fort: Good Hotel
In the desert, just a short distance outside the town, this hotel offers nicely furnished huts or tents. Both are almost identical except, well, some are huts and some are tents. Bathrooms included in both are to a high standard. <br/>Entertainment for us in the evening included a performance by the best fire eater I've ever watched.<br/>Food in the restaurant was an adequate buffet and breakfast was included in the price.
- Reviews: 596
Hotel Venus: Good Budget Accomodation in Pushkar
The Hotel Venus is a friendly place located right on the Sadar Bazaar Street. The rooftop restuarant serves good Indian and Chinese food with descent Italian and continental food. The rooftop views over the street are great and you can sit by the hour and watch.The staff provides good services and nice smiles.
The rooms are:<br/>clean<br/>self contained bathroom<br/>western toilet<br/>hotwater<br/>ceiling fan<br/>double bed<br/>quite courtyard<br/>150 rupees<br/>350 rupees during Camel Fair<br/><br/>You are only 20 minutes walk to the Fair Grounds during the Camel Fair
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