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 devendra_ingle on Aug 29, 2014Hotel
We stayed at Arya Niwas for 3 days,hotel is situated at convienient location with peaceful environment,very near to all the monuments like city palace,Albert hall,zoo,jantar mantar etc.
Although food is veg but tasty.(portion is very small).Rooms are clean spacious and bathroom is huge with bathtub,24 hrs hot and cold water.
by Sue E on Aug 22, 2014Hotel
What a great hotel. The staff were very courteous and helpful and I especially liked their system of giving you a card when you left your key so you didn't have to reveal your room number - made you feel really safe. The location is good being close to the bus and train stations and the walls of the old city. Plenty of autos around if you needed to go further. I had booked a standard single AC room as I arrived in Jaipur early in the morning and had a train to catch very early the next morning meaning that unfortunately I didn't actually stay overnight! The room was just perfect, very clean and roomy for a single what's more it had everything you could ask for especially at such a reasonable price. A good sized wardrobe, safe, writing desk, flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, soap, shampoo, bathroom slippers and clean towels. The bathroom was huge with a bath as well as a shower - just remember to take your universal plug. The restaurant had a good choice of food at reasonable prices and I thoroughly enjoyed my thali and liked the fact that I could choose 2 of my dishes, not come across this before. I would highly recommend this hotel and will definitely return if I'm lucky enough to find myself in Jaipur again.
by Deutsche-Reisender on Aug 19, 2014Hotel
An extremely nice and clean hotel, well located in the city! A safe place to stay in with a very good environment inside. You can find autos etc to travel
to prominent places from barely a few yards from the hotel gate.
The staff is very helpful and well spoken & informed. The rooms are clean, spacious and very well kept.
The hotel restaurant called Chitra Café is really nice and convenient for refreshments and the food is very well made and homely! Had dinner here every night and loved it.
The hotel has free wifi too which comes in handy.
All in all I would highly recommend this hotel and would stay here again.
by Pratsha on Aug 18, 2014Hotel
We stayed at Arya Niwas for 1 night.
The hotel is a couple of kms from the city center (i.e. old city, for leisure travellers). However, ample transportation is available in the form of autos (50 - 70rs for most places in the city).
We arrived very early into Jaipur (around 5am) and did not have a reservation until 12 noon. The staff was helpful and showed us to the lounge, a large (very) room with a double bed, bathrooms and books. Here we rested till a room could be allotted to us, which was around 9am (depends on the availability etc we were informed).
The hotel was well maintained with a round the clock pantry, restaurant (great comfort sandwiches), variety of teas and coffees and food).
The room was tiny, and had a small balcony facing the road. Clean, and worked OK for us.
Note: we paid 2070 for our room, plus taxes when we booked through booking.com. When we actually got there, we realised that rooms were available from 1000-1800. So, either only the top tier rooms are distributed to booking.com or we got plain unlucky as the cheapest one was 2070.
Best to book elsewhere, or call the hotel directly.
by Sasjay on Aug 18, 2014Hotel
Want to relax after touring the big city this is the place it has a heritage feel with the furniture and paintings. There's a lovely garden to relax in to have a meal, simply sit to read a book or meet with friends, family and business people. A great vegetarian restaurant with a diversified menu serving both Indian and western taste. It's clean, friendly staff helpful with all travel arrangements, tours, business meetings, room services, etc. Excellent value, safe and secure. It's also a good place to meet others if your traveling alone, a good place for the elderly who want to relax and take occasional tours, many business people world wide stay here because of it's convenient location and peaceful atmosphere after a long day of work. I'm always coming back here after many yrs because they make you feel at home.
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