Located in a narrow street, so narrow that even a tuk tuk( let alone a taxi cab) cannot access it, so be prepared to drag your luggage at the risk of stepping into the open sewers running alongside. The staff is untrained so much so that they just swept the room and left the rubbish outside in the narrow passage. Certainly not geriatric friendly with risers so high you are left huffing and puffing. There was no room service and without in-house telephones we had to shout out to the staff. There were no heaters in the room so the stone haveli felt cold and desolate. Though apparently the furniture looked antique it was covered with a thick layer of dust, making it look filthy. The made to order breakfast was average. The shower was good with hot water but the bathroom wasn't cleaned nor was the bath linen changed during our entire stay of 4 days. Best avoided unless you are a Westerner looking to reinforce the stereotypical image of India as a dirty, filthy country.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This is 472 year old home (haveli) formally used by a brahmin family who served as a priest for the royal family temples. The homesay feature five boutique suites with indisval a/c and balcony converted from the home stay. All the suites decortaed with ancient sand stone carved and 6 to 11 windows OFFERING natural light brahmin family rooftop restaurant serving vegetarian food with relaxed atmosphere. Sand stone jaroka with beautiful carving. ... more less
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