Hotel Adhbhut, Jaipur
311 Sagar Road, Badrinadh Colony Near Badrinadh Temple, Amber, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302028
Ranked 257 amongst 1586 hotels in Jaipur
Hotel Adhbhut Reviews (10)
Top Reviews of Hotel Adhbhut
I have been there with my family as we have returned from Ajmer. The stay was for some rest as we had a flight next day to Lucknow. The rooms were very comfortable and we also loved the food. The place also has a great view of the beautiful city which was a plus point. We do appreciate the staff as they were very helpful.
One of the best hotel in my opinion. Never seen hotel like this what a management and superb food quality. The room was fully decorated and neat and clean with a very large space. Very fast service and well care of visitor. Each and every facility they provide in a very short time so must visit here really a good one.
The other hand it is a good idea to book this from Jaipur. Nice food and drink was good. Room service is good. Value for money. Best abdominal best price for your help with the following week best and most importantly time with couple.
When we had stayed for 3 days in November 2015. Food is decent, and the room is simple but well maintained and spacious. Staff is well trained, highly professional and friendly, staff is cooperative, ambiance is relaxing, well overall experience is good. Food was mouth watering, I really need to mention that, location is the most driving factor of this hotel, and in other things service is awesome. This is what my random observation for this beautiful hotel.
I have visited Jaipur with my family and stayed 2 days at Adhbhut and we had a good time. The hotel is really very big and nice traditional types. Rooms are very nice good and well-organized. Food quality, taste is awesome and we love it. The place is nice peacefull. Overall, good!
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