by Bluemissmew on Mar 03, 2012
The Heritage Retreat is a remarkable blend of craftsmanship and service. From the moment your car drives through the wooden gate you are transported into another world and treated like royalty. The chef is amazing. The rooms have the most comfortable beds and pillows you'll find and the bathrooms are enormous with a private garden door. Treat yourself while in India, you'll feel like you're at home here. Thank you to everyone for such a special stay!
Rich & Lana (from Canada)
by brijesh s on Feb 22, 2012
we stayed at this beautiful resort duringour jaipur trip.the resort is very beautiful the villa is beutifully appointed and well equipped plus very spcious the out site garden was very large the architect did avery great job the groundsare nicely grooms with beutiful status the pool was lovely food is outsanding service is good really great resort
by Ashish K on Apr 06, 2013
Hotel is situated in deep countryside some distance from Jaipur. We stayed as had work in Kukas. The hotel was new then, but service was coming together well. It has four small cottages linked together around a courtyard for each cluster. Furnished in ethnic style. The staff was very nice and provided us meal in the room the day we landed late at night, as were tired. Breakfast was good. The General Manager himself tried to meet as many guests as possible. Utilities are all well catered for and function well.
Hotel is a bit expensive when compared to other such places in Jaipur. But worth a stay.
by Shivir on Sep 14, 2012
We stayed at the hotel for a couple of nights earlier this year and the hotel itself is lovely. Let me first put forward the rough edges:
1) Coffee Cups not cleaned by housekeeping when we returned to the room after they were done cleaning.
2) The hygiene and maintenance of the swimming pool needs to be upgraded - I do understand that it is still being constructed.. but once there is public access it needs to be top notch or not there at all.
3) The food was mediocre at best and needs some serious sprucing up - especially considering the price you pay!
Overall they need to get their act together on the little stuff - but the experience in itself was great.
The hotel itself is easy to find - and the drive in is quite spectacular from the rose petal shower to the massive gong (or was it a drum? cant remember!). The staff is extremely helpful and polite and made the stay very pleasant.The rooms are large and wonderfully laid out with all amenities you could ask for. The bathrooms are spectacular - with the large marble clawfoot tubs and walk in closet and dressing area! The lawns are well maintained and the little one had a great time crawling around and playing on the lawns.
I just think that when you have such a strong platform to make a perfect experience for a guest it gets wasted if the experience is only great. And thats my only advice to the hotel and its staff- focus on the little things! But yes I would recommend this for a holiday away from Jaipur - It is a 20 min drive into Jaipur if you want to be there - but this location is great for a short break from the NCR / or even if you want to setup base to visit Jaipur but not really spend too much time in the City.
by Urja K on May 30, 2012
Had stayed at The Heritage Retreat in October last year, for 3 nights. The property is located a good 10-15 km outside Jaipur City, bang in the middle of fields. Even the grounds of the property are little more than simple lawns and flowerbeds - it looks like a colony of bungalows rather than a luxury resort.
But that's the only quibble in an otherwise splendid, world-class property. The 'rooms' are absolutely gorgeous - each with its own enclosed front yard complete with antique-looking armchairs, spacious sitting and dressing areas, antique furniture and art, and the most awesome four-poster double bed. The bed and pillows are comfortable and luxuriant beyond belief. :)
And the bathroom is beautiful - funny way to describe a loo, but that's exactly how it is. A deep, old-fashioned free-standing bathtub with clawed feet, a glassed-in shower (with Crabtree & Evelyn toiletries) and a glass door leading to the tiny enclosed backyard make this bathroom spectacular.
Coming to the food - I only had breakfast here since I was on a business trip, but the royal blue and white breakfast room in the outdoor verandah is stuff of dreams. The staff was very courteous and served me a delicious omelette because I reached before their breakfast buffet was laid out.
To sum up - exquisite rooms, friendly and helpful staff and good food. Go there if you want to just relax in your room and not do any hotel-arranged 'activities'
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