"Very pleasant stay with staff at the hotel being particularly helpful - helping arrange a reasonably priced shuttle to the Amer Fort. Well located too - walking distance from the Wind Palace. Room wasn't noisy."
The price is £40 per night from 31 May to 1 Jun£40
31 May - 1 Jun
2.6/5 (10 reviews)
"Interior design should be renovated. This hotel looks so obsolete. Anyway, a location is very convenient to city palace and Hawa Mahal. Also, a marketing is great: let clients try cookies inside hotel’s rooms; later on they buy cookies downstairs."
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You'll want to browse the exhibits at Central Museum and Museum of Indology. Some landmarks that you won't want to miss include City Palace, Nahargarh Fort and Jal Mahal. You might spend a leisurely day outdoors at Ram Niwas Gardens and Sisodia Rani Palace and Garden.
"Came at night. Hotel's door is closed. There is actually no sign on the door that it belongs to the hotel. Called their phone multiple times - no answer. Only after banging on the door really hard did a guy open it. It took me 25 minutes in the middle of the cold night to get them to open the door."