Rajwara Palace Hotel, Jodhpur
Police Line Rd, Opposite Veterinary Hospital, Ratanada, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342011
Ranked 7 amongst 504 hotels in Jodhpur
Rajwara Palace Hotel Reviews (50)
Top Reviews of Rajwara Palace Hotel
Hello guys i am back wit new experience of hotel in Jodhpur. Rajwara palace hotel not have so much standard but it is very good budget palace for middle class. Last month my friend is there and he tell me that service and food in this is very excellent. So i will share it with you
The hotel experience was truly great and we stayed longer due to good food and service. The rooms were very awesome and the value for money. The hotel was a budget one and with that we had not much amenities however services were good and AL time efficient.
The hotel was near to the market. The hotel was located in the city. The appearance of the hotel was very nice. The garden and lawn were not available in the hotel. The behaviour of staff's was very nice at the hotel. All amenities were available in the room. The sightseeing was near to the hotel. The activities were not available in the hotel. The best part of the hotel was room service. I would recommend this hotel to upcoming travellers.
Truly delighted in the stay in your inn, we ought to have stayed long however, time imperative. Staff was profoundly agreeable, incredible support of the rooms and a great area to stay in Jodhpur. Flash of the stay is the sustenance served by cook was simply made to suit our taste. Well, I ought not neglect to thank the MD of the inn for his backing and direction. Truly a jewel of a man. I will say its great bar uniquely for Indian guests recommended.
Agro tourism means tourist activities of small-scale, family or co-operative in origin, being developed in rural areas by people.Hotel is too good & peoples are too much cooperative & we feel like a home we are staying thanx to holiday iq for giving such chance to put our feedback........
Rajwara Palace Hotel Overview
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