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|Distance to city center||10.5 mi|
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The place is a good oasis away from the chaos of Jaipur, the staff are very attentive at whatever need you have and they will remember very small details, special thanks to Lexman and Yogendra. The room is nicely decorated and well proportioned as the rest of the premises. The food they serve is quite traditional and of good quality.
There seems to be a venue near by that runs weddings and one night the music was quite loud until 3AM, which was not nice. I tried to find someone to see if anything could be done, but reception was locked and no-one to be seen. Also, food prices are a bit expensive for what they offer. You are far from any restaurant so stuck there, and the options are not value for money. No option of a small dish, is buffet or nothing and we didn't like that. Lastly, staff are very attentive, but at times it can be a little over zealous and can be invasive.
Comfortable and clean. Staff is nice and polite. Historical site. Great view of the stars.
Expensive, remote. Feels a bit haunted at night.
The place was gorgeous, room large, comfortable bed, nice bathroom, great service for the most part. It was far from the city, but quiet, country feeling, if you like that kind of thing.
Very limited choice for food, and there is nowhere close by to eat. This place needs to decide whether it is a hobby of the owner who lives there, or a full-fledged hotel. Hire a chef and have a menu with choices. Breakfast needs to be a bigger window and they seemed confused when I asked for sliced cheese. They asked me the night before when I wanted breakfast, and I said 7:30. I didn't get served until almost 8, and all I asked for was pineapple and cheese. The wi-fi only works in the bar, and this was very inconvenient, as I was on a working holiday. It is very cheap to buy a portable wi-fi in India, and they could have it in every room upstairs.
Staffs are very kind. The swimming pool is amazing. Big and comfortable room.
There is no transfer service from hotel to airport. Meals (breakfast and dinner) are very good, but cost is very expensive. Swimming pool is amazing, but nearby not so clean to lay down and rest. Far from the touristic spots of Jaipur.
A truly restful and attractive place to stay, it was a wonderful place to rendez-vous with my 2 sisters from England! It is more of a small hotel than a homestay and the staff were friendly and attentive. There was always plenty of hot water. We enjoyed the wonderful atmosphere, the meals and sitting on the upstairs balcony. The quiet location is a little bit out of town from Jaipur but extremely convenient for visiting the Amber Palace.
We felt the meals were overpriced, especially the dinner, and since the property is located a bit far from town we did not have much other option. There was no wifi in the rooms.
With a stay at Khas Bagh in Amer, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Amer Fort and Nahargarh Biological & Zoological Park. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
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