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 AmeetBajwa on Mar 28, 2015Hotel
Long time overdue review which I have been planning to share. This was one of the most memorable & comfortable stay experience in recent times. It was 2N/3D stay with
family & kids. We stayed in two AC Superior Double rooms. The hotel has beautiful garden and a cool verandah where you can enjoy your meals. Chitra Cafe has nice selection of tasty vegetarian dishes combined with quick service. The only exception is the eggs in the breakfast menu. One of the best scrambled eggs with toast that I have ever eaten.
It has its own parking and very helpful caretaker who assist you during entry & exit. This was one of my priority to stay in a hotel with secure parking. All floors are connected with elevators beautifully decorated. The hotel has a Royal charm. It is 5 min drive from MI road where you can go for fast food, restaurants like Copper Chimney, Handi & Lassiwala. It is not far from the Hawa Mahal, Bapu Bazaar, Badi Choupad, Chhoti Chopad on one side and Vidhan Sabha area, Museum on the other side.
The hotel is very clean & popular among foreign tourists too. The staff is very courteous and helpful. Travel desk gives you the required information.
The rooms on the top floor have a very beautiful view. All rooms have neccessary accessories and toiletries. Room Service is efficient. Aircoditioning was good. Room had a mini fridge and safety deposit locker. The free-wifi was a big hit with the kids. The hotel is away from the noise of the city inspite of being in the middle of the city. For those travelling by train, it is very close to the railway station.
We would love to visit this hotel again and recommend to others.
by harour on Mar 21, 2015Hotel
The previous reviews already speak for themselves. The hotel is excellent. Rooms ale clean, everything works, hotel is beautiful, there is a small souvenir shop and a library. The style is great. Staff is polite. Owners are very friendly. The garden is beautiful. The only minus comes from the Chitra cafe: food is safe and the kitchen is open, but if you are looking for real Indian food flavors, this is not the place. The food is very mildly spiced and tastes more like something you could get as well in Europe.
by ruthojen on Mar 20, 2015Hotel
I love the staff. The restaurant has fabulous food. The rooms are clean, but not sparkling.
The hotel is becoming more and more popular so you have to book well in advance.
The masseuse at the Hotel is lovely, the garden restaurant promotes tourists meeting each other, yoga classes are offered. It is a pleasant place to stay, fun, and if you repeatedly travel to India, this is a good place to meet up with your friends.
You get what you pay for. The deluxe rooms have more space and a view.
For a stronger massage, go next door in the Amber Tower, Mr. Chandra is a wonderful masseuse. Don't be put off by the sketchy staircase.
Next door, on the rooftop of the Amber Palace is an Italian restaurant that is about as Italian as I am Indian. Recently a mosque joined the neighborhood and the call to prayer is pretty loud, but I slept through it. If you are dainty, bring ear plugs.
by marigold2015 on Mar 16, 2015Hotel
I spend 4 - 5 days at Arya Niwas every year and I am never disappointed. In fact each time I'm pleasantly surprised by the discovery of a new service at Arya Niwas. Their restaurant experience at Chitra Cafe is a real delight. Excellent vegetarian food of excellent quality. I recommend this hotel to every traveller who is conscious of clean, comfortable and reliable services.
by Pawan K on Mar 15, 2015Hotel
Many friends told me about Arya Niwas but i stayed away for last three trips, by chance i got to stay at Arya Niwas,. It is hotel of my
long awaited wish like come true , It is an old designed hotel with clean and hygiene on priority and most wonderful thing is homely food of all sorts and service is also systematic and ok. Desk staff is co-operative. I would recommend to every body going to Jaipur at leat have a visit to hotel and some food at cafeteria in evening time .
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