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There are 323 hotels in Jaisalmer reviewed by actual travellers. The top rated Jaisalmer hotels are Hotel Oasis Haveli, Hotel Jasmin Home, Mangalam Resort. The lowest available tariff for Jaisalmer hotels stands at Rs.200 and highest hotels rate is approximately Rs.28750. The cheapest Jaisalmer hotel deals are available at Rs.4. You can search for Jaisalmer Hotel
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There are 3 Five Star Hotels in Jaisalmer and most popular 5 star hotels in Jaisalmer are Fort Rajwada, Suryagarh, Hotel Brys Fort There are 84 Three Star Hotels in Jaisalmer and most popular 3 star hotels in Jaisalmer are Gorbandh Palace, Himmatgarh Palace, Dholamaru Hotel, Nachana Haveli, Narian Niwas Palace Hotel, Jawar Niwas Palace Hotel, Deoki Niwas Palace, The Gateway Hotel Rawalkot, Heritage Inn Hotel, Hotel Rang Mahal.
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There are 223 Budget hotels in Jaisalmer which are priced below Rs. 2500. Tariff for hotels in Jaisalmer starts from 200. Cheap hotels in Jaisalmer may provide basic amenities like a private bedroom, colour TV, Telephone, AC, 24-hour front desk and housekeeping staff on call. These hotels are affordable and value for money.
There are 41 Luxury hotels in Jaisalmer which are priced above Rs. 5000. Tariff for Jaisalmer hotels starts from 5000 and goes to 28750, which is charged by Jaisalmer luxury hotels. Luxury hotels in Jaisalmer include premium amenities like bathtubs, jacuzzi, sauna, massage services, swimming pool, fitness centre or gym, bar/lounge, restaurant, Wi-Fi, dry cleaning services, valet parking, banquet hall and conference rooms for business meetings.
After my booking this Hotel with agoda. Com I got a email from Abu Safari, the contents of the email is as under:- Thanks you for choosing Abu Safari Hotel! I offer free pick up from the train or bus stand, so please just let us know when and how you will arrive so that we can be waiting for you! I also want to advise you to please be careful of other people asking where you are staying. There may be people that will try and scam you, pretending they are me to lure you to their hotels, or maybe telling you that my hotel is closed or is far from the city center. We do not pay any commission to any booking office in any city so do not let anyone try to change your booking with us. That is why I have had my name, Abu, tattooed on my right arm. Or alternatively, one of my employees will have a sign saying Abu Safari on it, please look for it just outside from the station and if you shouldn't find it you can take a tuctuc and I will pay you back when you reach my hotel. My vehicle is a white 4WD with an AbuSafari. Com sticker, number plate 1386. Do not listen to others saying we are booked out or trying to mislead you. And if you want to have fun just have a Bhang Lassi and join our super special non-touristic Camel Safaris where camel are flying like magic carpets !!! You can just join our every-day group safari or, if you prefer, we can organize your personal desert tour. Our 2 Days 1 Night Camel Safari includes free pick up services from your location, shower facilities at our hotel, a room to freshen up and free luggage deposit at the hotel. The journey includes a 50 km ride by AC car to reach the desert + 2 hours by camel to reach the isolated, private and non-touristic camping area in the desert. Included are plenty of delicious food, fresh fruits, cool water, turbans, bed and blankets. You get to sleep outside, under millions of stars after a wonderful night beside an open fire. Wake up to an incredible sunrise and have a delicious breakfast before your next camel ride. After your safari experience, you will be able to use our shower facilities and a free drop off to your next location within the city. We offer several options according to your preferences: 9am 5pm (the next day) tour with Micheal Jackson and Lady Boy camels! This tour includes jeep transfer to and from desert (50 km of a crazy way into the desert) All meals provided (2 lunch, 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast), bottled water, fruit, your own camel who will bring you into his Desert, optional bed, tent and village tour +alcohol (beer, whisky), folk gypsy dance performance and obviously a traditional rajasthani turban to protect you from the sun. 3pm 1pm (the next day) and ride Jhonny Walker and Shakira camels! This tour includes jeep transfer to and from desert (50 km of a crazy way into the desert) all meals provided (1 Dinner, your own camel, beer, village tour +alcohol (beer, folk gipsy dance performance and your typical rajasthani turban! Please contact me by phone for any help at: +91 887527888 Also, check us out on facebook at Abu Safari Jaisalmer. Looking forward to meeting you! Best regards With best regards, Abu. Abusafari. Com/ Booked our Flight tickets from Chennai and travelled by Jet Airways to Delhi and from there to Jodhapur and to Jaisalmer by train This is the first time our visit to Jaisalmer, all the locations like shopping malls and city center multi cinema theaters, and also the railway station and other the most important places were very near to this Hotel. Premium deluxe room with king bed All rooms speacious that was allotted to me and comfort. Good quick check in check; it was so cold tower and welcome drink at the hotel a day before was a nice relief. Prompt internal staff had excellent service from all personal. The frontdesk was nice amazing people. The facilities and free Wi-Fi in the room and housekeeping was very good food is delicious while cleaning the room looked great, he did a very good job. ARN REDDY
Last week we had an extended week end and I spotted this as the best opportunity to plan a trip to our (me and my wife) long time love "the golden city of Jaisalmer". We have seen this historical town in the great move "Sonar Qila" and many other movies, songs and commercials and that was enough to give one shot at least. Overall experience was really awesome and we already decided go again to this mesmerizing place. The hotel we decided based on the location but it turned out to be the best hotel not only because of its location but also due to its ambiance, hospitality of the owner, the hotel and restaurant staff, the tour pack they offer, the food and the co residents (mostly families and couples). Thinking of the month of October we have opted for a Non AC room but were afraid due to the weather of Delhi before leave but to our surprise the temperature was not that harsh at Jaisalmer and at night the Non AC room was quite comfortable. Rooms are made up in the royal Haweli style with the golden Jaisalmer stones with nice interior. Over all feeling was of living in a Haweli. The tariff are not very high and they provide free pick and drop from Railway station. The Desert safari offered by the Hotel was actually the best thing we opted for instead of going to the regular sand dunes. The safari included the Bada bagh, Jain Tample, Kuldhra but the highlight was 1 hour camel ride to the lonely sand dunes (they claim these dunes to be the private property) for sun set. Really Picturesque place with very less number of people around you and that was such a scenic beauty and then at the end a cultural folk music program at Sam sand dunes followed by traditional Rajasthan dinner. The food at the hotel was also nice and they were very much accommodative for your preferences and choices. We, on request, had LAL MAS and the portion was not as expected but the tasty and was out of the world and he served that to us at 11:30 pm as per our wish. Dinner in the roof top restaurant with the Sonar Qila on the back drop gives an awesome feeling. Now some advice for travellers. Nathumal Haweli, Patwo ki Haweli and the fort are on the walking distance from the Hotel so no need to hire Auto because that will charge 100 to 150 Rs from one place to other and I strongly suggest you to buy some souvenir from the locals celling on the corner or road side (instead of fancy shops) with this money and that will give them food and courage to continue their work on art and culture. Gadisar Lake is really good place to go in the evening and you can take Auto from the fort as that is bit distant, feed the fishes there and that will bring the thrill when you see 100s of fishes looking towards you for food. The new place has a small museum and if you have time you can go but it has entry fee and camera fee and not much to explore for visitor as most of the area is restricted for either hotel guests or the family. I strongly suggest to hire guide (after negotiating price) at Bada Bagh (Rs 100) and Fort (Rs 200-250) because that will provide the soul (story) to the body (to you tour) and help you take Photographs if you are a couple or even with friends :). For our next trip to Jaisalmer, we have already jotted down the points which we want to focus on and that include customization of our desert safari to spend more time on Dunes, avoid Jain Temple (until you are a devotee) and Kuldra. One more thing, this is not a luxury hotel therefore carry your shampoo and body wash because they provide a small piece of bath soap and a roll of toilet paper with towels that is it and that is al-right.
After passing by cars that pull "desert-sailors" up in the blue sky, suddenly the driver turns off the well paved road towards left into a sand-road.
Mhh... Fearing a bit to get lost in a "Nowhere", the arrival at Damodra Desert Camp proofs immediately that "Nowhere" can be heaven.
Two friendly dogs and a few very nice people form the welcome committee and made us feel immediately at home.
The so called Swiss tents - all set up in a decent distance from each other to grant privacy - are beautifully decorated. What I loved most was the attached bathroom giving a rustic feeling without compromising on comfort.
Surprisingly and at first a bit uneasy about it: there are no locks on the tents. But fast we found out that this camp works with their own people, all from the nearby Damodra village; it's like a big family and without knowing how, suddenly you feel becoming a part of them.
Christine, the American business partner is the only "firangi" but she is such a lovely complement to Priviti, the local "entrepreneur", who designed great excursions like a camel ride at sunset to the sand-dunes, or what was really the top - a short drive to the lost village. Story and site not to be missed!
In the evening they offer a lovely cultural program, including music, dancing, puppet show, fire-eater, while serving tasty starters from the tandoor to the guests. After a buffet dinner with fresh local and international dishes - yes, there were Spaghettis too! - it's just magical to step back to the tent or climb up the "watch-tower" under a sky of million stars.
As we stayed for two nights: only suggestion for improvement: The rooms should be made/cleaned on the second day. But I think Christine has already taken care about it for the next visitors.
Affordable close-to-culture experience with luscious amenities
If you are looking for a wintry night to remember among the sand, rich Rajasthani folk culture and lip smacking local food - this is the place to be. Make no mistake, this place actually is in the middle of the desert, a few clicks from the Indian border with Pakistan. Hence, all you get is unadulterated air and the rich whiff of Rajasthani culture.
At first glance, the resort, occasionally visited by skittish deer, looks like a run-down set from an old Hollywood ghost town, replete with ropes, and broken horse carts and horns. Its once you enter that you get hit by the welcome wagon of tribal dancers and singers from neighbouring tribes, adorning you with flowers, vermilion and sindoor tilak and singing welcome songs in their tribal language. The front office, is nothing much to look at. Soon after the formalities are over, we are ushered to our rooms, uh tents which are independent twin sharing ones, complete with a sit-ins at the front, a bedroom in the middle and bath and wash at the end. The best thing about this place, NO TV. So its actually a vacation. If you're one of those whose idea of vacationing is to 'veg out' in front of the TV. All I could say is, you should've stayed home.
The bed is complete with comforters and blankets for those lovely wintry nights and a fan and air-conditioning for those summery nights and days. The bath and wash has all the compliments that one could expect from a star hotel room. Each independent tent has lamps out in the front and has sands and dunes for miles as your eyes stretch out at the back. of course you have the protection and fencing all across the perimeter.
The array of local songs and dance along with a few tricks is a treat to enjoy with like-minded people while you gorge on Indian snacks, nuts and a bourbon. gastronomical delights provided by the kitchen and dining (lodged in a separate tent) has the menu fixed, but if you ask for something local that you like, arrangements could be made to please you tummy senses.
The ideal thing to do is to come here with a vehicle and hold onto it until you're gone. However the resort does have a lone ride which does trips to and from the main city - Jaisalmer.
CAMELS - would have forgotten it, if it wasn't the adventure racing that ensued on a cart ride with the animals across pure sand dunes. if you're not a fan of the animal, would advise you not risk the independent rides on the animal, as depending on the time you spend on the ride, it could leave your back a bit sore.
All encompassing, the sun, the sand, the food, the camel ride and the magical, mystical aura of the place while you sit out on the middle concrete bonfire place nursing your drink, looking up to the starry night on a wintry weather, smoke coming out of your mouth and nose. Its priceless.
When I was planning our tour to Jaisalmer, I was more than confused with respect to accommodation we need. I generally give most importance to the location of the hotel. However, I am also fascinated by heritage tag. But, accommodation in hawelis and hotels near the Palace and/or near the fort was being discouraged by a few travellers and organizations. The single most point which made me to go for Gorbandh Palace was the fact that guests of Palace on Wheels are taken to this Hotel on weekend for their dinner.
Without knowing much, I reserved one suite for one day and one deluxe room for the other day. We were not at all disappointed. In fact, more we explored the property, more it came as far better than expected. The property is located outside the city but the city itself is small and therefore, the taxi charged us Rs. 150/- for the hotel. On arrival, we were greeted with a garland and a cold beverage. The property is new and modern hotel construction, huge, with a "Heritage/ Rajasthani/ Jaisalmer" look, well constructed, excellent and nice. It has more than 4 lawns, inside the campus.
The suite was huge and well-decorated, fully equipped. The size of Deluxe room also was spacious, bathroom was also modern and spacious, neat and clean. Both the Suite as well as Deluxe Room had in-room tea/coffee kettle, with quality tea bags. Linen was neat and clean. The beds were large, clean and comfortable with multiple soft pillows. The ground floor Deluxe room had 2-chairs and a refrigerator and an attached small private lawn at the back. The quality of shower can be judged given the fact that though we spent one night at Tented accommodation at Sam (which had all the necessary arrangements for a hot shower), we opted to have our shower at Gorbandh Palace which is not only modern but also had a lot of complementary stock of toiletries and good pressure of water. The quality of sleep we had at Gorbandh was excellent.
The lawns, grounds and swimming pool of the hotel all are excellently maintained. Our room, whether suite or deluxe was quiet and the temperature was fine. Complimentary breakfast buffet was elaborate and provided a very good coffee on demand. Room service was good. Staff courteous.
They had also arranged an evening of Rajasthani cultural show in their lawns for their guests. I had ordered for Lal Maas in the dinner, which I presume was served from previously cooked and stored/refrigerated dish. Had the la-carte food in the restaurant been better, I would have given my par-excellent to the property. My special thanks and regards to Ms. Aruna of Delhi sales. Strongly recommended because it deserves.