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 Bunny S on Mar 03, 2015Hotel
We were travelling with friends and it was time for Jaipur, we did not expect much from this hotel just knew reviews from Tripadvisor were really good. We reached hotel early morning In entrance there was a small garden which was well maintained, we could not see many indians,. Rooms and bathroom were neat and clean. Overall a decent stay.
by yotsmn on Feb 28, 2015Hotel
My wife and I spent 4nights in a Superior Double room (breakfast included) at the Arya Niwas.]
All in all we enjoyed our stay.
• Hotel and surrounds (inside the property) were clean and well maintained.
• Room was spacious and had a window overlooking the front garden area. Fly screens allowed windows to be left open
• Good /effective airconditioning
• Bathroom was large and clean (see Cons below)
• Room was equipped with a fridge and safety deposit box
• While the hotel was down a side street only about 50 metres from the main road, noise wasn't a problem.
• Staff throughout the hotel were friendly and professional - restaurant waiters were excellent.
• Restaurant food was delicious and inexpensive with plenty of variety to choose from
• Included breakfast was also very good with a wide spread (to order) . You could have seconds if you wanted them.
• Photos and sample bowls of food were situated near the counter to make ordering for the uninitiated easier.
• Indoor or outdoor dining was available including on the lawn area and along the verandah.
• Free WIFi worked well
• The hotel location was close to the old part of town and many markets.
• Railway station was nearby - pre arranged taxi transfer to station ( arranged through hotel) was 150 Rp
• Hot water in shower was a little temperamental and slowed to a trickle of some occasions. Took quite a bit of fiddling with the taps to balance temperature.
• When overhead fan was turned on in the bathroom it kept blowing the shower curtian against you while showering - not a big deal
by snk99 on Feb 27, 2015Hotel
We have stayed at this hotel many times. It is just super. Compliments to 3 generations of Bansals. Everything is nice. Food is very very good too. One suggesstion - why not have automatic clothes washing and drying machines? I think hotels must provide this service and not simply offer 12 hour laundry service. Need is for 3 hours! Aryaniwas is capable to do it.
by Avril B on Feb 24, 2015Hotel
We enjoyed a two night stay after receiving two separate recommendations from friends and acquaintances.
Our tour company discouraged this booking, claiming the hotel was 'below standard', but we insisted.
Glad we did - the room was clean, bathroom enormous and restaurant and reception staff polite and helpful.
Loved the al fresco garden area where we befriended some fellow travellers over breakfast and dinner.
A homely and pleasant place, tucked away behind the busy city streets.
by Lamdre2010 on Feb 24, 2015Hotel
We were very pleased to have been given the tip to stay at Arya Niwas Hotel in Jaipur. It was just the perfect place from the noise and pollution
of the big city. But must say the food was the best!! Each evening we would contemplate going elsewhere but to be honest Jessica, my daughter and I ended up staying in and eating the wonderful home cooked Indian food from the kitchen. While there sppeared to be many westerners there who opted for western food -they were missing out. This restaurant serves the best home cooked style food I've eaten in India over the years. Its just simple and well done with top quality ingredients. I particularly enjoyed the spinach salad (yes salad) to which i added their beetroot salad. Not something I would normally do in India. Sigh...I never thought I would miss having paneer paratha with pickle and chutney for breakfast as a west australian.
But great place, loved the garden setting and the wonderful gift shop.
I'm headed back there this week after a trip to Pushkar - wouldnt stay any where else.
Also tip if you are interested in getting to Bagru for some block printing the green 26 bus leaves conveniently from the left side of Sansar Chandra Rd up towards Chandpol. Only 500 metres or so up the road from Aryra Niwas. Costs 20 rupees for women ( they get travel discounts) and takes about 1 hr and 15mins depending on time of day.
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