by Belinda D on Apr 16, 2014Hotel
We arrived by train after midnight and were warmly welcomed and taken to our room for 3 people.Room was comfortable and with balcony, bathroom clean and nice environment, a relief
after a long train journey. Staff willing to help and provide a town map and feedback forms available to provide suggestions.
Good value for 3 people. Less than half an hours walk from train station, though a little difficult to find at night time, and walking distance to transport, shopping and tourist bus that can be taken to the Amber Palace and Old City. Jaipur is too large a city to walk so location near or in the Old city is important to make best use of time. Restaurant available.
by Pankaj G on Jan 15, 2014Hotel
It was very good experience. The staff is highly professional. All issues are resolved immediately. The rooms are clean. The best part is there are tip boxes at a couple of places in hotel where you can give tip which is shared by all staff members.
by Arantxa M on Feb 08, 2013Hotel
This hotel was awesome. The garden is lovely and the terraces too. There is a library inside, a shop, restaurant and a massages room. The bedrooms are clean, confortable, big and really nice. The breakfast are cheap and really good. We recommend it to everyone. It was our best hotel in all India with cheap price
by lfcdhiraj on Jun 14, 2015Hotel
i have been coming to this awsumm place since i was introduced to this around 4 yrs back by a colleague from office. its a kind of place, boring silent
people like me just love. the serene eviron, culture of this place is just too big to resist...food is awfully desi type where you get to eat things which are too difficult to find outside.....tinda, kheer, parwal, torai are things we define as boring Ghar type.....I am here on most of weekends, spending like 3-4 hrs reading, relaxing, enthralling the beauty of this place.....just too big to miss....!!
Be here!! there's no other like this.....!!
by Hasselfree on Jun 13, 2015Hotel
I had been visiting this hotel in old days of late 80s and 90s as i used to visit Jaipur 3-4 times a year for business. And now we went to Jaipur twice,once at the beginning of our Rajasthan Tour and once at the end and when we ended our journey, and spent our last night at Arya Niwas before taking the flight early next morning.It was like freshening up all my memories of the past, in those days their restaurant was Self Serviced and the Grand Mother of the owners used to be serving the food like your own mother at home, it was such a pleasure to come back to the hotel after a busy day and being served like a family, it used to be a perfect end of the day for me, and, i still had the same feelings staying here again, the younger generation looking after the family hotels lives by family principals and they look after their guest very well.Rooms are clean as ever, well appointed and well equipped.Restaurant still serves that home cooked like Veg Food.Even though now you are served on the table but the smile on the face of the staff makes all the difference.Thanks Arya Niwas Team for taking care of us, Malika & Harish Varanasi
by Biplav on Jun 22, 2015Hotel
Located in the centre but away from the traffic, this small oasis is a place worth the consideration of the backpacker and the mid-line budget traveller - from short to
The rooms are small, but the tariffs are smaller. The restaurant offers hearty marwari cuisine at decent tariffs. The staff are pleasant.
Its one of the few hotels that has a loyal customer base from outside India, courtesy the Lonely Planet - which has done well by mentioning it in the space reserved in it for Jaipur.
by Damanjeet on May 20, 2015Hotel
So if u are planning to go for a quiet homely lunch and are not in mood for the commercial thing or the expensive food place then Arya niwas is
the place for you!
Nestled in a corner in the city at SC road, it offers one of the most unique food and how it is ordered . Neatly placed in small bowls and covered with transparent cover on top is an assorrment of daal, sabzi, veggies , curries, koftas and the works . Pick up a pencil and note down your own menu and order at the counter ! Viola in 10 mins ur served near perfect home tasting food at a very economical price. The setting is more of a Parsi resteraunt with a chequered table cloth and comfortable wooden chairs! Some can also order some amazing shakes and juices that is saved here before you order your meal. The air conditioning is nice and easy and not a blast on the head. In the evening you can take ur food to the lawn chairs and table and do justice to ur hunger pangs with a star studded sky. Also do relish the very tasty custard or the sweet Kheer. There is a nice tuck shop for picking up curios , bags, books, postcards, etc.
a must visit if you are planning a lunch in the city . And yes do take a selfie with the haveli look in the background ! Happy landings !!
by Tushar P on May 27, 2015Hotel
I stayed there for one night on business trip. Worth going again. Rooms were clean done in old fort style. Breakfast was good. They accept all major credit cards and reasonably close to heart of the city
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