Felt very happy in our cheapest accommodation in India for 250 rupees. The only drawback is the open airchannels in the middle. Late arriving Indian guests made an awful racket around midnight for a long time, and it travels through the airholes.
Mittu was lovely and looked after us really well. Not sure, though, that the food he cooks with so much love is the the best we've had, but it was okay, and the view great.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- \Hotel Ganesh is run by the former and current camel drivers and it is a unit of Ganesh Travels. It is recommended by the Lonely Planet for best camel & jeep safari into the Thar Desert at the most reasonable prices. This hotel is situated in the heart of the city and is a walkable distance from all the major tourist places. ... more less