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 _steph91986 on Oct 25, 2014Hotel
We stayed at Arya Niwas for 2 nights while in Jaipur. It is located in a busy part of the new city. The hotel is older, but has a great amount of character. It was so peaceful in the midst of chaos. There was a lovely garden patio area, where we spent one afternoon sitting and relaxing. The hotel was clean. It maybe isn't 5 stars on western standards, but the charm it had made it worthwhile. It was reasonable priced, and the rooms were good sized. It is also connected to the Chitras Cafe, which serves excellent food. The hotel also offers yoga classes and can help with arranging tours (tho we didn't use this service). A great place to stay while in Jaipur!
by danni p on Oct 20, 2014Hotel
While searching on net i came across this hotel.this place have everything.The staff was very helpful and their self service restraunt is too good.I stayed there for 2 nights.every one
who is planning to visit Jai Pur must stay at this place especially tourists.You'll be pleasantly surprised walking into this place. Clean, well organized, top notch and very helpful staff, great location (walking distance from bus station), and great food. For a budget hotel, you can't go wrong. You'll love it. Be sure to ask for a room with a balcony.
Liked — The relaxed atmosphere
Disliked — its very good over all
Tips/Secrets — dont miss to stay at this place while in jaipur
by Kimthane on Oct 31, 2014Hotel
We stayed at Arya Niwas for 3nights in Oct '14 while in Jaipur. The hotel is located just off a congested part of the city, but once you enter
the premises it is so quiet and peaceful.The staff was courteous and the hotel is clean. The cafe serves good food which can be enjoyed in the garden patio area. We were upgrade at no extra cost since the rooms we had booked were not available. Also on the last day the hotel let us keep our luggage in the luggage room at no extra cost.(our train was to depart at 8pm and checkout is 12noon). There is a tip box at the reception, so one need not tip the personnel every time.
On the negative side , there is a mosque nearby which uses a loud speaker for prayers at 5am and this was a bit disconcerting on the first morning (nothing ear plugs cannot solve :) )
by NimishZaveri on Oct 30, 2014Hotel
Our family had no issue with the stay and food . Superior Deluxe Rooms were clean and AC was a bit cold for us. The staff was courteous and provided
good service. Infact we arrived at 5:30am in morning but the hotel manager provided the rooms at 7am inspite checkin time being 12pm. They serve Veg food and we were ok with the taste. Surely would suggest to stay in Arya Niwas.
by ChrisJ45 on Oct 24, 2014Hotel
I have travelled extensively all over India and have stayed in hotels of all kinds and stars! Rarely do you come across a places which ticks all the boxes and
scores in all departments like the Arya Niwas. Located in a busy commercial part of town - its sufficiently off the road to be extremely peaceful and even tranquil.
The rooms are decent sized, well ventilated, neat and clean. The staff too is most courteous and helpful. The lawns are just super and its so calm and peaceful that you could spend hours on the lawn with your cup of your drink of choice (ooops ...no alcohol allowed in public areas) and a book or just your thoughts. For me personally the food was a slight....a very slight....let down. There is no non vegetarian fare on the menu and the portions were small sized...but thats just me...
Having said all this...I hate to write this but I must....there seems to a slight air of superciliousness in the serving staff, I dont know why...they were polite for most part but I did get the slightest feeling of I-dont-care-much-for-you-cos-you-not-white-skinned! I am sure the management would beg to differ but I know haughty help when I see some. But then its a great place to stay all in all ...I feel my little experience should not deter anyone from staying there.
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