Jaipur Inn:
  Jaipur, India
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TripAdvisor Reviews (186 reviews, 5/5)

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  • 5/5 (Based on 186 reviews)

I first stayed at the Jaipur Inn as a back packer in 1983, fairly soon after it opened. I got to know the family then and have kept in touch, especially with the son of the owner who lives in England. I have just returned with my wife and two daughters for the first time in 28 years. I knew the hotel had been upgraded - it is now 4**** in my view - but crucially the warmth and friendliness experienced all those years ago had not been lost. Highlights were dinner on the roof with its spectacular views of the old city and a dawn walk to the Tiger Fort with Pushpendra, the owner's son who manages the hotel. And of course seeing Wing Commander Bhargava, the owner, still keeping everything shipshape. This is a place to come for the home away from home feel: clean, efficient but above all friendly.

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  By James H on Oct 10, 2011

Jaipur Inn welcomed me into their big family as soon as I entered the door. With such polite and friendly staff it was the first place I felt comfortable staying at since I arrived in India. The rooms were very well equipped and they even arranged a tour for me and a friend. The highlight for me was the GORGEOUS rooftop where you have a 360 degree view of Jaipur. I only wish I was around for Diwali as the rooftop bar must be one of the best places in the whole of Jaipur to watch the firework and light displays!! If you find yourself in Jaipur around Diwali I urge you to visit the Jaipur Inn rooftop bar and you will not be disappointed. Thank you for everything...I hope to come back soon.

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  By RoseRoux on Oct 10, 2011

Staying at Jaipur Inn was a beautiful experience in many ways. Comfy rooms with all modern amenities, good food and easy to arrange tours at reasonable prices are just some of the features one normally looks for when on vacation, but the eye candy rooftop ambiance was just awesome...................................The privilege of staying at the Jaipur Inn was the mesmerizing sunrise we got to see courtesy the owner. You would be in an elite club of a few, who have been bestowed with the delight of feasting your eyes on such a breathtaking sight, if you stay there. A brisk walk in the fresh morning air which takes you through the deserted streets of the Pink City......until you reach your destination, a view that is immortal, you'll feel a cleansing of the soul you never felt before, a faint happiness......probably from the feeling of accomplishment after exerting yourself on the walk.......just WOW!

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  By Aman S on Oct 10, 2011

I came to this hotel as part of a GAP Adventures tour (Roam India) and stayed for two nights. The hotel was clean with good decor and everything is really well laid out - a very welcome change from the other places I've seen in India! The owner takes groups at 5am every day up a nearby hill to see the sunrise over the city. He took me today even though I was the only one and it was fantastic. I'm very satisfied.

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  By Wanderlus... on Aug 08, 2011

We spent one week at the Jaipur Inn and it was great. The owner of the hotel, Pushpendra treated us like family, giving us all sorts of helpful tips and making sure we were comfortable. Sunset on the rooftop was beautiful, the restaurant, Café Jai offered meals that tasted like they were homemade, and even offered pizza, which appealed to my 16-year-old daughter. On our last night Pushpendra invited us to cook a course to share for dinner and then he and his wife would join us. He bought all of the ingredients and he gave us access to the kitchen. I was mortified because cooking is not my strength. The others and I decided that we’d be safe with chocolate chip cookies and a scoop of ice cream. The sugar was granulated, the chips were sprinkles, and our cookies looked like toasted mashed potatoes. Pushpendra and his wife were very generous with their compliments and we had a fun evening. We had an outstanding week volunteering in Jaipur and the experience was definitely enhanced by our “home away from home” at the Jaipur Inn. I highly recommend one choose a hotel that broadens ones outlook, heightens ones perceptions, and gives one the opportunity to experience and perhaps better understand the life that flows around them. This type of opportunity often occurs more often than not in a “budget” hotel. I would consider the Jaipur Inn much nicer than a budget hotel with a very reasonable price.

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  By Karen R on Aug 08, 2011

Pushprender the owner of this hotel is a thoughtful and attentive host. He took us on dawn walk and made bookings for our onward journeys (with a small commission) and always made sure we were comfortable in our rooms. Cafe Jai that is homed within the hotel is a great wee place to eat and the staff there are very helpful, always making sure the 19 people in my party got fed quick as they could manage :) Pushprender will help you get the most out of your stay and help you with any information he has available.

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  By G10BRM on Jul 07, 2011

Jaipur Inn is offering great value for your money. I loved the privacy, professional approach, peace, its in-house restaurant, staff, entertainment, facilities, connectivity, location, complete beg of hotel amenities and most importantly the sound and dance of peacocks in calm environment. I would really recommend staying here. I booked it by yatra and got a deal coupling the hotels’ deal that was awesome.

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  By rajs23 on Jun 06, 2011

We stayed there for a short period (just one night). Our trip was unplanned and our plan was made at 7 PM to go to Jaipur.
It was tough to find a hotel, One of my friend contacted the Hotel. and We got our room booked straight away. We reached Jaipur Inn around 1'o clock and didnt have any dinner. The guy at the reception took the pain to wake up the pantry guy and got us few soft drinks and chips.
We decided to go out at 2 A.M to find some good restaurant for dinner. The reception guy helped us alot, suggesting us many good restaurant, over all me and my two other friends were really happy.
I would seriously recommend Jaipur Inn for any visitor coming to Jaipur.
The staff was friendly and very very helpful.

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  By Anshu_Ver... on May 05, 2011

i first stayed in this hotel in 1999 when i joined coca cola as sales manager for rajasthan. since i was from delhi so i had to hire this hotel reccommended by my junior. now i am back in delhi and work with some other company but whenever i travel to jaipur i continue to stay here and suggest my colleuges also to stay here . in ther last 12 years it has canged a lot. now there is gen. set so no electricity problem, there is lift now. it is extremely safe,neat clean and hygenic place to stay in the mid of jaipur with bus stand and railway station hardly one km from this place. rooms and food quality is very good. above all its owner mr. pushpendra bhargava is very decent, soft spoken and thorough professional person. even if you stay for longer period he ensures you dont miss ur home. its home away from home.
deepak vaid.
general manager,
cryogenic food processing private ltd,
46, rama road,
new delhi 110015
mobile no 9971170044 and 9910333043

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  By deepak85 on May 05, 2011

We stepped in the hotel with no pre experience. However, welcome was great. It felt as if we are in a Home away from Home. Nice Stay, nice service and good experience. I would recommend, who ever drops in Jaipur, must experience the hospitality at this Hotel. The words, cannot explain the experience, it is you who will be the final ex plainer.

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  By MITTAL120 on Apr 04, 2011

Very clean, peaceful and beautiful place. Room was well equipped with all amenities. Adjoining garden with the room offered a very soothing place to relax after day's excursions.

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  By kneha on Apr 04, 2011

My room was great, couldn't fault it. Well worth the money.
The Food was fine too. Loved the rooftop view...which always seemed to have an awesome breeze during the warm daytime.

It might be a bit out of the way if wanting to walk somewhere like Jantar Mantar, but just outside on the roundabout you'll find several tuk tuks stationary, even if you miss them, they won't miss you! :)

The guy who works behind reception was always polite & helpful, pointing out the notice on the door indicating that the Elephant festival wasn't beeing held in it's usual place. Also being quite sympathetic when I came back from holi, covered in pink powder.

I'll be back next year!

(james. UK)

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  By spud-UK on Apr 04, 2011

When I checked in the Hotel I was welcome by the Owner, as I had a talk with him. He was very generous and humble. Great person to speak with. Hotel is just 10 min from station and bus stand. If you take a rick then pay only Rs.50/-. The hotel has a very nice ambiance. The roof top is a nice place to sit and have a chilled beer. Good breakfast. Room service is also excellent. Rooms are very neat and tidy. Worth your money.

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  By khvishwan... on Apr 04, 2011

While the Jaipur Inn is a bit further away from the Pink City than some other hostels and hotels, it is a great place to stay. Rooms are clean and well equipped. The Inn has a restaurant that serves simple breakfasts. There are three computers for paid Internet access. The owner who runs the Inn took over from his father. He is very attentive to his guests and even organizes early morning walks to the fort. Make sure to bring some chocolate with you and the owner will 'melt' :) In the evening go for a drink on the rooftop terrace (with bonfire) and don't forget to take a look at the photos that turn the staircase of the Inn into a gallery of photos of India, taken by guests of the Inn. Highly recommended!!!

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  By joeribt on Mar 03, 2011

My girlfriend and I stayed here and had a great time. The staff is very helpful and sociable, particularly the manager, Pushpendra, who leads a daily morning walk to the nearby Tiger Fort. Pushpendra is extremely accommodating and even arranged for me to go play at the local private golf club. The bar on the roof has a great atmosphere and is a perfect place to watch the city life while sipping a cold Kingfisher. The rooms are spacious yet cozy, and you can really tell that this is a family-run establishment where a great deal of thought is put into even the smallest of details. The kitchen also serves up delicious curries.

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  By rwebberc on Mar 03, 2011

We stayed at this hotel during our stay in Jaipur. I loved this city and the stay at the hotel allowed me to experience one of the best memories of the trip. The hotel owner Mr Pushpendra Bhargava offers hotel guests to join him each morning for a sunrise walk up to tiger fort. Guests meet him at 6.15 to walk through the streets of jaipur and up the steep hill to the fort to watch the world wake up. I was lucky enough to get up for the walk on the morning of the jaipur kite festival. the climb was tough and you have to keep up with mr Bhargava to ensure you do not miss the sunrise but it was well worth the tiredness as it still remains my best membory of india.
The hotel is nice, basic but clean and the shower was nice and warm and the small cafe provides nice food. it has a nice roof terrace which a bar and from this place we flew kites. if you are visiting jaipur go to this place i loved it

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  By charlie_p... on Feb 02, 2011

The perfect place to stay in Jaipur. It is clean and nicely decorated. Quite and cozy. It feels like a much more expensive hotel then it is, with everything you need and nothing you don't. And the manager is always on hand to help with questions, give touring advice, tell you about local classical Indian music, good restaurants or lead a sunrise walk through the city and up the tiger fort. It's important while traveling around to have a place that feels like 'home' , where you can completely unpack, unwind, and just relax and that is Jaipur In.
It is also centrally located to access the train station and all the cites in Jaipur
In fact we were so happy at the Jaipur Inn, that we decided to change our plans to travel further in Rajasthan and just hang out in Jaipur and stay in "our room", where we could have morning tea outside in the sun, and just feel at peace. I highly recommend this place to anyone traveling to Jaipur. A great deal!

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  By Neserian on Feb 02, 2011

Stayed at this hotel for two days and was really happy with this discovery. They have cute rooms which are extremely clean and their staff is extremely helpful and had many useful tips. Also liked their rooftop garden which is a great place to unwind.

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  By Bom123 on Feb 02, 2011

Jaipur Inn offers great value for money. It's a very well maintained hotel that's run by a thorough gentleman, Mr Pushpendra Bhargav (I'll add my little story at the end of a shorter review for those who don't have the time to run through the entire write-up).

Jaipur Inn offers very clean, tidy and spacious rooms. Everything's perfect: the hotel ambiance, the nice and bright restaurant; the people, and the very clean linen. There is no room service, but this is hardly something to crib about because everything else is exceptionally good. The restaurant offers good food; you must try their pancakes that are made to perfection.

And now, the longer version:
on the flight to Jaipur on 21/12/10, I got really sick and wasn't well at all. I was meant to travel to Jaisalmer on the same night, we hadn't booked any hotel for that day. However, as evening approached, my health deteriorated further and there was no way I could have made that journey to Jaisalmer. We were booked at Jaipur Inn on a later date (24/12/10) and so I thought of calling them up. I spoke to Mr Pushpendra Bhargav and in spite of my calling him very late at night (around 23:00 hours), he heard me out and gave us a room for that night though he had to juggle a couple of things around. So my friend and I landed at the hotel around midnight and had a good night's sleep. The next morning I was still unwell, and so we had to extend the stay further. December is peak season and Mr Bhargav had to juggle a few things around again to accommodate us once again. I can't thank him enough for all his help and support during our stay. He's a thorough gentleman and runs the place with a lot of professionalism and aplomb. I'm definitely going to visit Jaipur again and I will most certainly stay at Jaipur Inn.

I highly recommend this place to everyone.

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  By Scorpio_1... on Jan 01, 2011

Jaipur Inn is not the 5* Oberoi or Taj Hotel chain, it's much more fun. The Inn is unpretentious, yet has lots of character. Clean sheets, lots of hot water, way nice\helpful management, internet, a laid back but professionally operated hotel. I would reserve a room here for my mother (and I like my mother). The location makes one walk 8 minutes to shops and restaurants, in 20 minutes you can walk to some of the great sites of Jaipur. Or, motor rickshaws can take you to town, bargain for half what they ask and settle somewhere in-between. The manager frequently leads a fast 6am walk for sunrise, and a leisurely walk back (bring your camera) as the city wakes up. There is an Indian laddu sweets shop down to the left 1\2 block you can try. I will stay here again, and I would make reservations for my guests here. For my wife this was vacation, for me I was working as I checked locations in India for my guests. RustyTraveler.com

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  By RustySmil... on Jan 01, 2011

I've been to Jaipur Inn last november (2010). It is a simple hotel without the luxuries of more expensive hotels but its simplicity comes with cleaniness and a friendly atmosphere. We established a warm friendly relationship with the owner, Mr. Pushpendra, who took us to the Tiger Fort to watch the sunrise. It was indeed a wonderfull experience. And what a view!!! We really enjoyed our time in Jaipur Inn. I highly recommend it.

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  By TiagoRodr... on Dec 12, 2010

I'm staying at the Jaipur Inn through the Help Exchange program, I receive my room and one meal a day in exchange for manning the roof top bar for a few hours in the evening. A great way to see another side of Jaipur life and plenty of free time to explore the rest of the city and the surrounding area.
A great hotel in a quiet area, just a short ride to the Old City and MI road.

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  By andy-wing on Dec 12, 2010

The manager had all of the rooms unlocked, lights on and water heaters running for our group arrival, making it much easier to check in. The rooms were spacious, each room with its own personality. The entry has mosaic pottery form the area -- beautiful and upbeat.

If you are lucky, Mr. Pushpendra will invite you along on his rigorous morning walk to watch the sun rise from the fort. But be warned -- it is rigorous!

Expect Bonfires (in other words, reasonably contained fires) on the roof top with drinks in the evening with music wafting up from the street from wedding parties. Watching kite flyers during the day if it is the season.

What a lovely hotel. Convenient to the old city and historical sites, this place is a gem.

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  By msenigmat... on Dec 12, 2010

Very nice and clean hotel for a great rate. Very close to the Pink City. Manager is warm and inviting. Enjoyed a very brisk walk and climb to the top of Tiger Fort during the stay. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.

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  By sandycole... on Nov 11, 2010

It was a very late when we reached the hotel. Their service was awesome even at that hour. They helped us locate the place, checked on our comforts and stayed around till we settled in, all this at 1 am! The food was ok, could have been spicier. Their roof top is simply amazing. I am looking forward to going there on a vacation.

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  By Nishadv on Oct 10, 2010

roof garden.. excellent view of pink city , waiting place ..with old book collection,chess,carom nice place to relax ..good cafeteria attached to waiting room..well managed

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  By largechen... on Sep 09, 2010

This inn is unlike any other I have seen in India. The lobby is a great place for socializing and relaxing, with a cafe, fans, a friendly staff, books, and board games. The rooms are clean and air conditioned, location is great, and overall it is a great value for the money. I would recommend this for couples and large groups alike.

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  By rlopez199... on Sep 09, 2010

I visited Jaipur Inn last year in August, although my stay was only for a couple of days, but I liked it so much, that since then, Jaipur Inn is the only hotel I've been recommending to all my friends and relatives visiting Jaipur.
The rooms are immaculately clean, very good architecture, excellent decor, one just feels at home. The rooftop restaurant gives excellent views. There's even a small and well kept library (with options of reading and returning, and reading and exchanging books). The hotel is located in the best locality of Jaipur with railway station and bus stand being just a little more than a km away. And still it's so well tucked in that your sleep won't get disturbed with any traffic sound.
The best part, is the welcoming staff. The owner himself takes utmost care of the guests, engages with them in small talks whenever he's around, giving useful tips about what to do and what not to do in the city.
Best part of the story - all this at a very affordable price, and strictly no commissions are entertained, so there's a zero probability of being cheated.
I've been staying in Jaipur from last one year, and I'm yet to see a better hotel.

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  By Ashu_Niti... on Aug 08, 2010

I have stayed at Jaipur Inn over the past four years. I've seen A/C added to the room, labels added to each light switch, and the entrance area enclosed in an eco-friendly way with evaporative coolers providing escape from the heat. The hotel has remained remarkably consistent. The proprietor, Pushpendra, lives two door away and manages Jaipur Inn actively. The rooms and bedsheets are clean, you can get answers to your questions (in English), and food is delicious. The cafe is operated independently, with guests needing to fill out their own order sheet. The food (traditional from Rajasthan) is REASONABLE and DELICIOUS.

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  By Golden-Pi... on Jul 07, 2010

The Jaipur Inn was nothing like I expected. I used a local travel agent to book a small 6 day trip for mine and my father's last week in India. We were visiting an orphanage that we support in Chandur Bazaar for 2 weeks and we decided we would spend the last bit of our time in India just traveling. I had never heard of the Jaipur Inn, but our travel agent booked a a 3 night stay for us there. It was extremely pleasant. The rooftop on the Jaipur Inn gives a stunning of the city and surrounding mountains. Jaipur is a lot like Southern California or Spain.

The Jaipur Inn was excellent. The rooms are huge and you have a deck outside your room which is great for kicking back and watching wild peacocks as they pass you by while drinking some Kingfisher beer. The staff is wonderful. We had such a wonderful time that we booked an extra night's stay. Enjoy.

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  By dannydean on Jul 07, 2010

i travel to jaipur 2 or 3 times a year for business and having stayed in a number of different hotels in the city this one has come up trumps. clean quiet and friendly and located in a very good area. the wing commandor seems a very nice chap who actively asked me what i thought of the hotel and how he could improve. tarrifs seemed excellent value and i would recommend this place to anyone

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  By kermit24 on May 05, 2010

After my tiring travels through Rajasthan, it was a pleasure to arrive to this hotel and be greeted by the friendly staff. My room was very comfortable, nicely decorated and with everything I needed for a happy stay.

Best value in Rajasthan!

The owner and his wife truly take care of this hotel as this has been a long time family business.

Enjoy your stay!...Oh also, they speak French :)

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  By Riseandsh... on Apr 04, 2010

This hotel challenges most notions of conventional hotels though in the most refreshingly original and good way. Great personal touches in the decor and makes the entire experience rather interesting and liveable. A touch of home.
You dont get bored, though some of the features can do with some tightening. Would be happy to stay for lengths of time without getting bored which is what a frequent traveller wishes hotels could achieve.
The restaurant is a highlight though the prices there dont match with the general feel. But good wholesome food.
Strongly recommend this for people who hate synthetic conventional hotel rooms which make you claustrophobic.

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  By debmops on Apr 04, 2010

This is not a typical business hotel. But as a business traveler, I find this a very pleasant and practical place to stay in. The rooms are spacious and give a 'like home' feeling [feels good while working], the cafe is quite and has an old-world charm that allows me to use the premise as my 'temporary office' while I am in Jaipur, the service is genuinely warm. Also, as a business traveler, this is a great place to meet people for interviews or business meetings.

I guess all this is a result of the direct, yet interrupting supervision of the owners who also stay on the property.

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  By prajakt on Mar 03, 2010

Absolutely fabulous hotel. Real value for money.

Very well organised, maintained and thought. Its beautifully decorated.

I personally liked the camp fire in the roof terrace. I'm really surprised as to how they keep the costs low.

Definitely should stay in hotel.

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  By Roope21 on Jan 01, 2010

This hotel was a pleasant surprise. I was traveling with a group and on a budget, so couldn't believe this lovely family run hotel fit within our budget. It is decorated with beautiful blue pottery tiles by an artist just down the street. I had read Jaipur is known for this blue pottery. The owner's son was there to greet us and throughout our stay was always happy to help with anything. The hotel has an amazing rooftop garden and in the evening they build a fire so you can sit and enjoy drinks in the evening. There's also a cafeteria on the first floor where you can grab your breakfast in the morning. My room had several large windows which filled the room with sunlight and it was very clean and well taken cafe of. As a family run establishment you can tell they really care. I highly recommend!

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  By patrekker... on Dec 12, 2009

I stayed at this hotel in a twin room (25) for two nights of during my third week in India which had included five star and honeymoon type resorts, and found this just a wonderful place to stay. First and most importantly after over two weeks without much sleep, this was the most comfortable bed I had found in India.

Other things I loved:
Great staff, very friendly and helpful
Breakfast was lovely, and a great variety was offered in the menu,to suit any tastes
Variety of settings to enjoy time spent at the hotel -rooftop garden, downstairs outside area, cafe (there are even books to borrow) - this place really is more beautifully set up for guests to enjoy time at the hotel than any other I had seen.
Lots of tourist information in the lobby
3 internet terminals availableat great rates (40rs per hour)

We found our room on the first floor very quiet, but as it is a reasonably busy location the other floors would have some noise (definitely within my tolerance level though).

Would absolutely stay here again,and plan to next time I am in Jaipur for sure.

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  By Dopeytwo on Oct 10, 2009

neat and tidy, airy and beautiful rooms
lovely lounge
cool collection of books avlb for guests (not for sale, mind u but u cn borrow during ur stay)
table tennis, chess, carrom , internet room , a tree top room, do i sound like an ad ????

beautiful place, genuine hospitality, delicious foooooood

this was my second visit to jaipur and my second visit to Jaipur inn too
when u r at Jaipur, Jaipur Inn it is :)

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  By Sangitaa on Oct 10, 2009

It was a Fantastic stay at Jaipur Inn.
The stay made our trip More Memorable. It was a royal feeling staying at that place, and the food was good too.
The place was good, surroundings were Natural.

Value for MONEY !!!
In all, a great Experience !!

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  By PoojaVerm... on Oct 10, 2009

A friendly, family run hotel right in the heart of Jaipur .All rooms are comfortable, stylish, quiet. The owner Mr Puspender is very welcoming. The bed was comfortable and the room/washroom was very clean and well maintained.
Great rooftop terrace where you can eat, drink, or simply sit back and enjoy the view. Good value for money.
Jaipur Inn is a great hotel.Highly recommended
Rakesh Gulati
Delhi

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  By RakeshGul... on Sep 09, 2009

Having been in a couple of average and one pretty bad hostel so far during our trip, this hostel was eactly what we needed to get us back on track. Rooms are genuinely really nice and clean with a flat screen tv, and a lovely bathroom. The staff are friendly and the manager speaks fluent english and is pleasant and helpful. Internet access, a cheap cafe, and roof top terrace all add to the hostels charm, making it more than adequate for travellers and backpackers and equally nice for families or anyone else.

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  By princessj... on Jul 07, 2009

This was a great hotel. Very affordable (very affordable). The guy at the front desk let me use his wireless signal for my laptop. I gave him like $1 for 4 hours, and I had about 5 coffees and 5 bags of peanuts while sitting in their nice little table/food area. This place had a good vibe. I gotta tell you I really did not like the actual city of Jaipur, so being at a nice hotel was completely awesome. We also had a few beers on the roof. That city is so much nicer from the rooftop of the Jaipur Inn than if you have feet on the ground. HIGH 5 to this place!

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  By AnimalCra... on Jun 06, 2009

My girlfriends and I stayed in the Jaipur Inn for 2 nights in March 2009, a friendly, family run hotel right in the heart of Jaipur. A short walk from the "pink city", the owner and staff were very welcoming. Our room was comfortable and clean with a small balcony - everything we needed. We particularly enjoyed the table tennis out front and the roof top terrace which offered the most beautiful view of Jaipur and the surrounding areas.
Highly recommended.

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  By gmtonio on Apr 04, 2009

The Jaipur Inn is a friendly, family run establishment in downtown Jaipur, India. Just steps from the "pink city," it is within easy walking distance. The owner is virtually always in the lobby, greeting his guests and searching for ways to make their stay more enjoyable. My room was unlike any I have ever stayed in, and I loved it. It had an exotic eastern feel to it. The b ed was comfortable and the room was very clean and well maintained.
I also enjoyed the rooftop terrace where you can eat, drink, or simply sit back and enjoy the view.
Jaipur Inn is a great hotel. Stay there.

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  By palmret on Mar 03, 2009

We arrived here late at night after a long and tiring day in which we took the train from Delhi to Agra, spent the day in Agra and then got the train on to Jaipur. It was just what we needed: laid back, calm, welcoming and quiet and peaceful. The founder of the hotel who is a retired Wing Commander in the Indian Air Force was very keen to get feedback from us and was a delight to talk to.His son now owns and runs the place.

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  By RaysonPea... on Mar 03, 2009

I thoroughly recommend the Jaipur Inn for short stays in the city. Me and a friend stayed for three nights in December '08 and found the staff extremely accomodating. The manager was always on hand to offer advice and arranged a days excursion to Ranthambore tiger park at a very reasonable price. The location is ideal; the hotel is on a relatively quiet street but walking distance to the train station, and city palace.

The rooms are pleasant and clean. Not exactly luxurious but good value for money and certianly no complaints. And the breakfasts were pretty nice too.

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  By prarmitag... on Mar 03, 2009

I recently visited jaipur with my mom and sister for 2 days for a quiet escape from the hustle bustle of the city life in Delhi. I wanted to make sure that we stay in a nice and comfortable place and also not spend too much at the same time. Well staying in the Jaipur Inn certainly provided us with much more than that.
The hotel exceeded my expectations in many ways. The rooms are spacious and beautiful with traditional Jaipur block prints on the walls. The bathroom is nice and clean. The rooms also have a small sitting area outside with chairs and tables. There is a nice lounge to rest inside the hotel, and a beautiful small garden outside. Overall it gives you the feeling of being at home. While I was looking for hotels to stay, what attracted me the most about this place was its rooftop which has a nice sitting area and gives a beautiful view. One can also see the Nahargarh fort at a distance.
The hotel is 5 minutes away from the station which saves you from a lot of time of traveling and is also only 15 minutes away from the various bazaars in the walled city. The hotel staff is also very hospitable and friendly.
It was a great experience staying at the Jaipur Inn and I would definitely come back there if I ever visit Jaipur again.

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  By Tanushree on Mar 03, 2009

I just came back from jaipur and i want to share my experience regarding the most interesting place that i discovered there which i don't think many know of. I am talking about this hotel called JAIPUR INN. I think calling it a hotel would be an insult to this amazing place. It is like a mini resort and has an really cool ambiance. The rooms are very very smart and so is the entire structure. Besides rooms, it has a TT table, Carom table, a nice collection of books (which i have rarely seen in a hotel), a lawn in the front with tables and chairs where you can sit, relax, have a smoke and even have a drink :). Also it has a roof top cafeteria where u can do all the aforementioned things. And all this come at a very AFFORDABLE and ATTRACTIVE price. I can say that because i've seen all the other economy class hotels in jaipur. and since this place is soon gonna be very crowded, I suggest everybody to make a reservation in advance. The owner is Pushpendra Bhargava. His number is [--]

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  By Himanshu... on Mar 03, 2009

My sister and i took a weekend break to Jaipur and stayed at the Jaipur Inn (Bani Park). Beginning with the booking, it was a pleasure. We really were not expecting the trip to be like it was. The rooms are tastefully done (nothing really fancy but very traditional decor) and had a very nice effect on us, we were really happy to be there. There is no room service, in fact you don't even get tea in your room, but then its not for people who are looking for luxury. There is a decent cafe which serves tea/coffee and breakfast and is open till late. They also stock some books which can be taken by the tourists and tourists can also leave behind their books or exchange them with their own.
People are warm, helpful and engaging. If we ever go back to Jaipur, there is no other place we'll like to stay in. I wish them all the best!

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  By jeet_priy... on Jan 01, 2009

We came to this hotel because our travel agent from Delhi had booked an alternative accomodation in Jaipur which was one hell of a dingy place. We called up Pushpendra Bhargav - the owner of Jaipur Inn requesting him to help us with accomodation. Here we were - two ladies and a 6 year old girl standing in the old market place in Jaipur without any accomodation one fine evening and when we call this gentleman - Pushpendra, he obliged without any hesitation. Phew!!! We were thrilled. And when we step into the hotel,wow!!! an absolute homely feeling. Rooms are big & neat and very clean bathrooms. We tired soles were so thrilled and the ambience was so welcome that we got ready in a jiffy and were all set to for another hour long drive to Chauki Dhani after a day long drive from Noida. The self service restaurant served yummy parathas for breakfast the next day morning, hmmmm reminded me of my mom :) I actually called her up while having breakfast and told her that I was not actually missing her, because I am getting to eat parathas just like the ones she makes!!!!! I am already making plans for my parents and my uncle's family's visit to Jaipur, and their stay - Jaipur Inn its going to be!!!!

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  By JoTravell... on Dec 12, 2008

When I checked out the website of this hotel, prior leaving Delhi I wasn't actually impressed. But then, it did make a difference when we reached the hotel. THIS IS A NEAT PLACE!..The staff are excellent, rooms ultra clean and most importantly the toilets very well maintained and aesthetically tiled (They have 'jaguar' fittings in the bathrooms [for all those who dont know what jaguar is, it's a high end brand of bathroom fittings in India]). The rooms are made jaipur style which reflects in their blankets, cupboards. Our room had a fridge as well! Best part of this family run joint is that the space is very well utilized. There are roof gardens where you can chill out with a drink or so and the roof top restaurant (didn't give a kick though) as well. In fact we were thinking we would have been better off if we had spent some more time in Jaipur Inn rather than going around Jaipur. They do not have room service. It is claimed that since most of the tourists are foreigners(which is true - I could see it myself) they prefer self service and well, the food which is served at the cafe is still pretty good. Also the folks who run this Inn are quite friendly. It's run by a retired defense service gentleman and he promptly makes it a point to have a conversation or two with you. I couldn't end this without a mention of Mr. Pushpendra, who is the Man incharge. He is very soft, gentle , helpful, well mannered and most of all speaks good english. On the whole it was a great time we had at Jaipur INN.

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  By kingharis... on Dec 12, 2008

It was a wonderful stay and we highly recommend it.
Our room was beautifully decorated, clean, confortable and with hot water.
The rooftop terrace offered us a great view.

They were very helpful, great host and made us feel very welcomed and at home.

Best place we have stayed in India!!!

We loved our time there so much and, if we return to Jaipur, definitely we will stay in Jaipur Inn again .

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  By tbramires on Nov 11, 2008

I have stayed at Jaipur Inn three times a year over the past four years as I oversaw construction of an apartment. In this time I have seen the entry, dining area, kitchen, and rooms being refurbished and an elevator installed.
Jaipur Inn is all a budget traveler can ask for, a clean room, fresh linens, hot water, and good local food. I have eaten at Nero's, Handi, and Sapphire (recently closed). For good local food, Jaipur Inn is unbeatable. The roof top dinner at 7:30 or 8:00 PM is my favorite.
The manager, Pushpinder (just like it sounds), is approachable if you have a problem. Three wheel taxi guys just outside the hotel can take you to the Pink City in five minutes. And there are always guests that have been or want to go to the site you want to see.

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  By Golden-Pi... on Oct 10, 2008

Very nice place to stay! This hotel has spacious and airy rooms with ample natural light streaming in, when curtains are drawn out. The rooms had nice wide balconies. We had a pleasant stay at Jaipur Inn earlier this month. Would recommend this place to anyone.

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  By raoBangal... on Oct 10, 2008

A friend and I just recently traveled the "Golden Triangle" of India (Delhi, Jaipur and Agra) from 12th - 18th September. We've booked our travel through the Service International Travel Agency.

We're glad they have booked our hotel stay in Jaipur at Jaipur Inn. Our stay was pleasant, we felt like it's really our home. There's nothing fancy in the hotel, but the ambiance is great. Toilets are clean! Bed sheets are fresh. The staff are well mannered and their hotel manager/owner Pushpendra has extended an excellent service.

I'd definitely stay in Jaipur Inn again, if I get another chance to visit Jaipur.

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  By beezuri on Oct 10, 2008

Jaipur Inn is a Great retreat If you are in Jaipur, clean rooms , well done ambience, conveniently located in the heart of the city.
It is a self service concept, roooms equiped with TV, fridge and eelectric kettle, housephone. Other facilities like Internet, Telephone, foreign exchange conversion , local sight seeing are there.
A Self service cafe caters to a variety of Indian and Western food.
A large number of foreign tourist throng this hotel shows the popularity abroad.
During my last visit(second within last 10 months)m i had a first hand experience of personal care of the owners and the staff.
If you are in Jaipur, India, do stay here as the room charges are very reasonable.

Partha P. Pal
Delhi

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  By travellfr... on Sep 09, 2008

Jaipur Inn was our best hotel in India so far. I am traveling with my family we are 6 including 4 teenage girls, booking 2 rooms with extra beds to save money. Using the Lonely Planet book. We stay in moderately priced hotels. We have stayed in Delhi, Hardiwar and Agra. Our needs are simple, and we are on a budget. Staff is friendly and helpful and the owner shows a special pride in his hotel, often referring to is as his home. Room is quiet, air conditioining quiet and it feels very safe. Nice art on the walls too. We got a good deal on an AC room at R1500 double per night. This place has recently been upgraded from a student hostel to a family hotel and its great!

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  By frugaldad on Jul 07, 2008

We stayed at the Jaipur inn for a single night, but I would really have liked to be there longer. The atmosphere is so friendly, that you have to seek long, to find it likewise. The service was excellent, and caring, and though the building is not the most recent and fancy, the beds and rooms were actually better than most larger and more commercial hotels. When I once return to India, no doubt, that I will return to the Jaipur Inn.

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  By DenmarkKa... on May 05, 2008

The hotel was spotless. The rooftop restaurant was a nice place to sit after a busy day. The food was good. In house internet and international calling. The service was quick and efficient. Everyone was very friendly. I would definately stay again.

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  By Brandtc on Apr 04, 2008

We stayed here one night - chose it randomly from Lonely Planet list of hotels. Having been ripped off/scammed in Delhi and Agra on more than one occasion, this was the first place where I felt relaxed and at ease. I think the double room was about 1500 rupees - very good, clean, spacious and en-suite bathroom was fine. There was a garden area to sit in and a rooftop restaurant with flowers in pots and lovely views. Owner had been running Jaipur Inn since the 1930's and now his son runs it - they were both friendly, open and happy to give information if we asked, but not bombard you with advice/recommendations. Rooftop was lovely in the evening with cold beer and buffet meal was good. Atmosphere very laid back and easy. Would certainly go back to this place if we return to India and very happy to recommend it.

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  By skipton7 on Apr 04, 2008

This hotel in so amazing!!! The owner is so hands on, that he makes everything run smoothly. He made us feel like this is our home away from home in such a crazy city! I can't say enough about how much we enjoyed our experience. The rooms were clean and large. The food was incredible! They were so helpful with any questions or concerns we had. We felt like they really went out of there way to make us feel comfortable! This is where I will stay if I come back to Jaipur!

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  By lputnam on Mar 03, 2008

As someone who travels frequently, I found my experience at the Jaipur Inn to be very pleasant and I would recommend staying here to others who are traveling in the city. I stayed in a moderate room the first night, which was clean and pleasant. After that I stayed in a room with a balcony and it was excellent. The rooms were clean and the decor was very cute.

The rooftop also has great for a view of Jaipur. The manager of the hotel was very lovely to me. As a single woman traveling - he gave me some good tips and that made my trip much smoother. He also took me to the very top of the hotel so I could see the entire city which was an added bonus after being in the crowded city all day - it was nice to just relax and see it from a distance.

My recommendations would be booking beforehand (so you can get the room you want - as I had to compromise the first night)and getting the larger rooms. They are pricier but worth the extra room and the balcony. Also, take advantage of the helpful manager.

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  By m2008dc on Mar 03, 2008

Can't praise this place highly enough. It's clean, well run, very central and the friendly staff bend over backwards to be helpful. It also has this great roof terrace and we spent a very pleasant saturday evening up there drinking cold beers and watching the fireworks of weddings going off all over Jaipur. Magic

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  By BarbGLond... on Mar 03, 2008

Lovely Hotel with a lovely view from the roof top, and a dinner restaurant up there. the service is nice and the receptionist very helpful! the rooms ar clean and with hot (!!) water. the food is good. we likes our stay here very much and would come back soneday!!!

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  By Manuelitt... on Jan 01, 2008

I stayed here for five nights and it was excellent. The place is located centrally so you are very close to the main bus depot as well as to the main shopping areas, restaurants, cinemas etc. It is not far from the main tourist sites either. The staff are friendly and the manager goes out of his way to accomodate your wishes. The best feature is a wonderful rooftop terrace that has an amazing view. The rooms are nice and clean and the cafe' is open all day. This is the place for those who want nice rooms, great service and a central location for budget prices.

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  By Zsa70 on Oct 10, 2007

I thoroughly recommend the Jaipur Inn. Whilst the Pink City can get a bit hectic at times, the Jaipur Inn offers a kind of welcome sanctuary to its guests. The hotel and rooms are spotless and very well decorated with traditional block print fabrics, and our room had a lovely balcony. It offers both AC and non AC rooms, and the roof terrace is fantastic, with great views across the city. It has a really nice cafe serving good food, but what really makes this place stand out is the friendly and helpful staff who manage this place so well. We were really made to feel at home and more than just mere travellers passing through, which you get in so many other hotels, and the management made every effort to make sure that our stay was both comfortable and enjoyable. It is without a doubt one of the best places we have stayed in India so far, having been here a month!

Jessica Murray-Smith

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  By jessms000 on Oct 10, 2007

Due to circumstances we had to stay longer in Jaipur than we planned. Fortunatly we stayed in the Jaipur inn. A very nice, clean and welcoming place. We stayed in a private appartment of the hotel. A spacious double room with a bathroom.
The rooms in the hotel itself are probably a lot smaller but still I think they are clean and good value for money.
The staff was very friendly and helpfull although they were fully booked sometimes they would still help out arriving guest with no reservation to watch their bags and letting them use their facilities.
The rooftop terrace has a nice view of the city and the kitchen is spic and span.

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  By klasie on Aug 08, 2007

The hotel is run by a lovely indian gentleman who is very helpful providing infomation for every need. The rooms are large and very comfortable. Their is a rooftop restarant which is particularly lovely at sunset where it boasts great views of jaipur. A buffet is layed on every evening for 150 r for a variety of vegatarian dishes and fresh fruits. food is available throughout the day and theres a wide selection to choose from. Beer and wine are available!!!! the outdoor seating area has a ping pong table for hours of fun! There is internet and a book swapping which are helpful additions. The hotel organises yoga on the roof for 150 r per person.

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  By woohooooo... on Aug 08, 2007

Das Hotel ist sehr sauber, gemütlich und hell eingerichtet, so dass ich mich hier super wohl gefühlt habe. Der Manager des Hotels macht den Aufenthalt zu etwas Besonderem, da er Sunrise-Walks anbietet. Um 5:30 gingen wir mit drei Mitreisenden unserer Gruppe mit ihm los und stapften auf einen nahegelegenen Hügel mit Fort (ich glaube Tiger Fort). Der Hinweg dauerte eine Stunde, war körperlich anstrengend, hat aber super viel Spaß gemacht. Oben angekommen konnten wir eine super Aussicht auf Jaipur genießen, die Stille und den Sonnenaufgang. Ich kann das Hotel nur jedem empfehlen, der nach Indien reist!!

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  By carokaem on Jul 07, 2011

Un super accueil, les chambres son fraîches même sans la clim en Avril, c'est peut dire.
Le patron nous à arrangé la chambre pour pouvoir se doucher le soir avant de prendre le train, hôtel agréable... à conseiller !

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  By Martinkit... on May 05, 2011

Hotel très agréable, chambres propres avec eau chaude et petite terrasse avec vue sur Jaipur. Très bien situé juste en retrait des rues commerçantes. Le patron Pushpendra est vraiment gentil, serviable et aime la cuisine française. Un passage obligé pour se reposer après une journée dans la fourmilière de Jaipur...

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  By alex94430 on Nov 11, 2009

Nous avons séjourné une nuit dans ce charmant hôtel.Très propre, très bien décoré et bien situé, au calme.Accueil chaleureux et professionnel et petit déjeuner au nutella !!

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  By sandrinii... on Dec 12, 2008

I stayed at Jaipur Inn for 3 days and it was truly home away from home. The rooms were very comfortable and were provided with all modern amenities. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It was very peaceful at this property and organizing tours was easy. The roof top restaurant was the cherry on the cake. Also if you are game for it there is a fantastic morning walk that shows you spectacular views of the pink city. Will stay here again for sure!!!

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  By SohailGil... on Oct 10, 2011

We stayed in jaipur inn for 2 days. It was gud staying, clean rooms and well decorated.
It had gud roof top restaurant and food was excellent.

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  By neha g on Sep 09, 2011

Great hotel. The rooms were clean and nicely decorated ! The food was excellent and many places to see around. Very close to transportation. The staff was friendly and nice cultural shows on weekends . I would defenetely go there again when i m in india

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  By jehanmpat... on Sep 09, 2011

i stayed at jaipur inn for two nights.i liked the whole concept which was in a way different from hotel concept.it was like holidaying away from home but feel and comforts of home.no disturbance from staff, everything present in the room, no need to call staff.quiet place, with awesome roof top restaurant, big luxurious rooms.
will visit jaipur many times and everytime i would like to stay at jaipur inn.

UJJWAL KUMAR
STATE BANK OF INDIA

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  By ujjwal_15 on Sep 09, 2011

I was here from the end of June until the middle of July and assisted in running the hotel rooftop bar in exchange for a room and loved it.

Pushpendra is a very accommodating manager and keen to talk through all sorts of ideas to improve the hotel and in fact encourages it of his guests.

I found all the staff very friendly and the two and a half weeks I was there flew by.

I would highly recommend anyone to stay here and enjoy the city from this quiet, relaxing, friendly hotel.

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  By Goatcabin on Jul 07, 2011

I was back here for a very short stay on my way to Ajmer along with my friends and thankfully nothing much had changed. Its realistically simple and this makes finding your space and peace very easy, especially after a long drive.

Its pretty well maintained and covers all your basic necessities quite well and at a convenient price.

Will be back. Again.

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  By atulmalho... on Jul 07, 2011

This place a really lovely place to stay for two weeks in Jaipur. The proprietor, Mr. Pushpendra, went out of his way to make us feel at home and comfortable. The rooms were spotlessly clean and comfortable, and the garden was lovely with Peacocks occasionally wandering around! Thanks for a great two weeks. Comes very highly reccomended.

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  By gilcrock on Jun 06, 2011

This hotel is very well constructed and the rooms are good. The best part is its location. Many of the important sight seeing spots of Jaipur can be accessed from here. The hotel provided us a good guide and all other help that we would need. We enjoyed our stay at this hotel mostly because of its excellent service and care..

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  By Rajeev_Se... on Jun 06, 2011

This hotel is awesome. It is clean, the staff are friendly. The cafe is awesome and has things that you would find at a store which is nice to have in the hotel itself. Walk right outside the front gate and you will find tuktuks to hire. The owner was friendly and really seemed to take pride in his hotel. I am a very picky traveler but would definitely stay here again. The only thing I wish this hotel had was a pool.

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  By TaraM88 on Jun 06, 2011

Nicely maintained property with good and spacious rooms. Courteous staff. Value for money. Ideal for family stay, business purpose

Only thing to improve - Have in house service for providing food 24*7. Currently this has been outsourced to someone who prepares & serves food till 11 pm. Have this round the clock & manage it at your own.

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  By DJDals on May 05, 2011

We enjoyed our stay at Jaipur Inn, the room was large, clean and comfortable, with a little balcony. There is a big roof top with a nice view where we could have cold drinks at sunset time. The manager of this hotel is very helpful, he can give you a lot of information and help you to organise the rest of the trip or a nice tour in the Shekhawati area for example without being pushy and force you to conclude any contracts. Another good thing organised by the manager, every morning and for free, is an early morning walk up to the hill where you can enjoy the sunrise on the beautiful pink city of Jaipur.

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  By Paspossib... on May 05, 2011

Excellent location, good hotel and most important very friendly staff. If i want to describe hotel in few words " God is in the detail" Every detail has been taken care of and rooms have influence of local culture and tradition. Value for money, Room i was staying i had red coloured beautiful wardrobe and excellent concept of having balcony, that very few hotel or none will provide in japur.

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  By chiragc on May 05, 2011

While searching varoius hotels on cleartrip website I spotted Jaipur Inn and what attracted me was the price . Although I had a budget of Rs 2500/- I wanted to try my luck . I checked in at 2300 Hrs and was delighted to be greeted by its enthustatic team. I was not expecting much from the room but the moment I entered I was really pleasantly surprised to see the decent, clean and hygenic room . The room I would not rate less than Rs 2500. So for me it was a steal.
I hope the mangement will not hike the rates during off season and will surprise more and more travellers like me

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  By pchilkoti on Apr 04, 2011

Clean, very good location, cozy place.
The manager welcome us as a group and gave us the chance to cook portuguese food, watch the sunrise on the top of a hill and have a birthday party.
There are many openair spaces inside the hotel like a rooftop, a patio or a little garden.
The food at the restaurant is cheap and safe.

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  By sileo on Apr 04, 2011

Very welcoming owner greeted us when we arrived,in a lovely courtyard.The hotel has a wall around the perimeter which cuts out traffic noise,so very relaxing after a busy day of sightseeing /shopping.Nice established gardens with ajoining rooms.A rooftop garden area to enjoy the night lights and city views.The hotel has a restaurant,open long hours,providing a great variety of indian/western food,with very friendly helpful staff. Rooms were large and clean with plenty of hot water.Definitely stay here again.

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  By Kesa35 on Mar 03, 2011

The manager of this hotel was very welcoming and friendly. It is in a good location close to the center of jaipur and only a short tuk tuk ride from the main places of interest. The restaurant is contracted out, the food is fine if not fantastic. The outside seating area in the hotel is nice and a relaxing contrast from the hectic city of jaipur.
The manager makes the effort to advertise local attractions or events of interest this was great because we were able to see the dalai lama give a speech from a poster up in the hotel advertising this. There was always rickshaws outside the hotel so it was easy to get into the city from the hotel.
There was hot water and the beds were comfortable.

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  By ginger-gl... on Mar 03, 2011

I spend only one night in Jaipur Inn. It was all right. Service is fine, manager is really great. The roof top is quite good with nice views over Jaipur, rooms are clean, location is good, there are plenty of rickshaw drivers waiting outside the entrance, our stay was quite comfortable. Unfortunately the rate is to high.

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  By lleosia on Feb 02, 2011

This is a lovely hotel in Jaipur. Comfortable and clean. I stayed here on a tour group with GAP tours. Easy going clean Hotel with friendly service. But most off all I enjoyed a walk from the early morning walk from hotel to Tiger fort. You start at 6.15 in the morning to get to the top of the mountain and see the sunrise. It's a must. Totally refreshing and peaceful walk. You will also break a good sweat so have your walking boots on. A diamond is a piece of coal put under extreme pressure. So to find the jewel you have to walk.

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  By RandallPa... on Jan 01, 2011

This is truely a beautiful walk for those who want to feel and experience early morning wake up in the city of Jaipur. In the darkness just before dawn, while the early morning prayers are being chanted through the streets, you will find your self walking quickly and trying to keep up with the hotel owner. After about 50 minutes of walk you will reach the Tiger Fort located on the top of the hill overlooking the city. Here you will enjoy the slowly changing yellow reddisch colors of our sun gradually rising over the pink city of Jaipur.
Definitely worth while and also good exercise !!!

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  By Wouter6 on Jan 01, 2011

We stayed just one night in Jaipur Inn. The hotel was okey, but definitely overpriced. Room was quite big and (what was very important in winter) had a heating. Staff were nice and helpful. We even manage to meet the owner - a very nice guy. There is a rooftop restaurant, but all the food is prepared downstairs and brought upstairs.

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  By Bastazja on Jan 01, 2011

The owner of Jaipur Inn invited me for a sunrise walk to the Tiger Fort just outside Jaipur at 6:00 am. It was well worth getting up early for, especially after sitting in buses all the time. It was still dark when we left the hotel and the city was slowly waking up. A very special atmosphere which you don't often get to experience. Once we climbed up the hill, we enjoyed the changing of the colours of light over the city as the sun appeared above the horizon of the hills. Lovely and recommendable! But only if you are fit, because as the owner warned us in advance: "it is a brisk walk, not a stroll!". We could hardly keep up with him and had to hurry to avoid loosing him in the narrow streets of the old city..

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  By annelieke on Jan 01, 2011

I stayed at the Japiur Inn for 4 nights. I was accompanied by by my husband
It is located close to most of the places at a walking distance of about a km or so.
The entire set up is very cosy and comfortable. For people looking for a home like stay, this is the place. it is not a huge hotel. A compact place.

There is a cafe which is outsourced and is not run by the manager. At best it is okay and one can manage out there atleast with the breakfast since dinner and lunch was generally outside.
It has a nice terrace with tables laid out and a bonfire every evening.

Good place to stay...

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  By Romasha on Dec 12, 2010

I recommend this hotel. Very cosy and friendly. The manager offers many different things to do and is always helping people with a smile.
Try the morning walk to the Nahargarh Fort, there you can see a beautiful sunrise and experience revitalizing walk.

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  By MarianaRi... on Dec 12, 2010

Very friendly manager. I did the sunrise "walk" (well, he calls it a walk). It's tough, but worth it. You'll see the city come to life during early morning. Nice running - err, walking - through the side alley. :-)
Anyway, if you are reasonably fit and don't mind to run a bit at times: go for it! I had fun.

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  By Holger33 on Dec 12, 2010

Stayed here for 5 nights, location is good but be aware lots of Tuk Tuk drivers based in front of the inn and sometimes they can bother guests.....Highlight of our stay was the complimentary morning walk/tour to the Tiger Fort overseen by the manager. Excellent insight about Jaipur from a local point of view was much appreciated and informative...don't miss this!

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  By taracos on Nov 11, 2010

stayed here with friends for a couple of days, the facilities are minimal but still great value for your money. The hotel is clean, has a modest cafe which serves good food. The hotel has things like TT Table, Carrom Board, chess etc on the ground floor, which we made excellent use of. Nothing beats the roof top cafe which is amazing on winter nites for a small party with friends & family. Its located in the heart of the city and is quite close to a couple of very good eateries like Rawat Kachauri which serves awesome onion & meva kachauris, also nerby is Haandi rest where one can have piping hot Laal Maans (Mutton in red chilli gravy)

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  By chetan_Gu... on Nov 11, 2010

I remember the ethnic decor, the well kept garden (in the balcony)...My stay was comfortable. As it was my first trip to Jaipur, the stay at Jaipur Inn made it worthwhile.. ..
Overall - clean, comfortable and value for money !!

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  By Rads8747 on Nov 11, 2010

Stayed at the Jaipur Inn for 3 nights

Positives:
Excellent value for money (1000 Rupees a night), an absolute bargain for a hotel of this calibre
Rooms are clean, of a decent size and with working hot water and AC
The bed is ok, not too hard like in many Indian hotels
Lovely garden and roof top terrace area

Negatives:
No room service, as the restaurant within the hotel is run separately
The area is a bit isolated - there are no shops, ATM's, etc nearby

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  By SJyoungs on Oct 10, 2010

We had a great two night stay at Jaipur Inn. The room was clean and spacious. Our room was on the third floor, with balcony facing the residential area. So it was not noisy. What I loved the most was the bedsheets and curtains, which were beautiful block-print fabric. The front desk staff was very helpful and speaks English well. Standard breakfast.

I have mix feeling about the location. The hotel is in Bani Park area, so you can take a short morning walk towards the park and join the locals for their daily exercise. But if you want to walk toward the old city (about 15 mins to the Chand pol) it is not so nice.

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  By napat_p on Oct 10, 2010

Ambiance and location were good. Easily accessible from the Airport, everything was good.My stay with the hotel was good.Services provided by the hotel were also good. The staff of the hotel is polite to hotel guests. I would like to visit this hotel again.More or less an above average hotel.It offers both AC and non AC rooms, and the roof terrace is fantastic, with great views across the city.Their is a rooftop restarant which is lovely which gives great views of jaipur

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  By sagarkrjn on Oct 10, 2010

I went to jaipur for a vacation and i had a booking in this hotel. The staff was very kind and helpful.
The rooms were very neat and spacious. The ambiance of the room was very nice. The restaurant is good and has a lot of variety in food.
The location of hotel is also good & at a very peaceful environment.
I would recommend this hotel is the best place to stay.

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  By hardeep74... on Sep 09, 2010

First thing you notice about the place is a friendly reception and a clean and tidy place With a ethnic touch.the person running this place a friendly guy.The room we got was amazing considering the amount we paid for it.Bathroom was clean and a attached common lawn with individual table and chairs for each room was a great feature.the only problem we faced was the ac stopped working after a few hours though they fixed it next day but it again stopped working after a few hours after which we didn't tell them about it as it was raining and was cold enough so we didn't really felt the need for it.we loved the roof top restaurant as well which looks over the lovely pink city.though not many shops nearby it's just a 10min walk from the bus station.All in all in all it was a nice cosy place and a great VFM place.would definitely stay here again if i visit pink city again.

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  By happytrav... on Sep 09, 2010

jaipurr Inn is a family run hotel and there is a personal touch in the hotel all over, the owner is present in the hotel all the time, it is great value for money. the location is excellent and above all very safe , clean and different experience, dost give you feeling that you are staying in a Hotel, I have been staying there for the past 7 years and I do haver other options to stay in Jaipur, but I always end up going to this place. I will call it HOME AWAY FROM HOME.

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  By vinayak34 on Sep 09, 2010

We went to Jaipur for a leisure trip last year and the stay at Jaipur Inn was a fabulous experience. The Rooms were very very neat and the stay couldnt have been more comfortable.

I would recommend this budget hotel to anybody who are planning a trip to Jaipur.

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  By Lakshmi_H... on Jul 07, 2010

It is one of the best places we staid during our 6 week travel in India. Very good location, beautiful garden, tidy & spacious rooms, incredible rooftop, good food. Very charming atmosphere created by owners and staff – perfect service and personal care. We were feeling comfortable like home, yet still in India. Will definitely come back next time!

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  By Neringa10... on Jul 07, 2010

The royal rooms were the main thing Jaipur Inn offered. The food was authentic Rajasthani which made the trip memorable. The ambeince around was beautiful and the interiors were mind blowing.

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  By 2091957 on Jun 06, 2010

I am very delighted by the owner and his family members, being so close, friendly, supportive. i must say they all together have positioned themself as an excellent hotel to be in Jaipur. Once we had a gujarati dish "khichdi" with the owner nd his family which was prepared by my mother itself in the hotels kitchen.......Fantastic days to be with jaipur Inn. Hoping that i can get another chance to come to Jaipur nd can meet u all.
Regards,
Nency Lakdawala
Father: Kanaiyalal Lakdawala.

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  By nena_nenc... on May 05, 2010

Its one of good hotels i stayed so far. Service and location wise its one of the best place to stay.

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  By amitjain0... on May 05, 2010

To the Management:

I wanted to express my appreciation for the superior service I received during my stay at the Jaipur Inn Hotel, Jaipur . In particular, "All the Staff & Mr. Bhargav" were very helpful and deserve a great deal of praise for their excellent customer service.

Kudos to you and your staff for making my stay a great one - I will definitely be staying with the Jaipur Inn Hotel again.

Regards,
Pushpendra Singh
Fedders Lloyd

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  By Vickythak... on May 05, 2010

We loved our stay at the Jaipur Inn. The kitchen staff were very helpful and accomodating with our young daughter. The hotel manager was great, and even took my husband running! The Jaipur Inn made our stay in Jaipur wonderful! Stay here!! (The evenings can be a little noisy with the marriage hall close by, but we slept no problem. The peacocks outside were an added bonus!)

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  By ZWDVander... on May 05, 2010

location is awesome not so far from real pink city............
jal mahal is near by 2 kms and amber fort is near by 6 kms as well city maket of jaipur.
from where u can buy jaipuri rajaiya and many more things.

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  By hari1986 on May 05, 2010

i was greeted well and i liked this hotel the stay was comfortable. Rooms were nice i recomend this hotel in jaipur,

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  By indiantra... on Apr 04, 2010

I'd travelled to Jaipur for the 1st time and was excited as I was driving to a city where I'd never been before, The Hotel where I was to stay wasn't upto the park and so I looked out for other hotels and I found Jaipur Inn, the hotel was really good with self service, it was spaciou 7 clean. The owner not only helped with a map and info for the places I wanted to visit, but he also gave me accurate directions that helped me to make it a memorable trip

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  By travel2da... on Mar 03, 2010

Great place jaipur.many lakes around the city made it beautiful and the sand outside the city.Nice hotel on good location.

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  By Pankajmuk... on Jan 01, 2010

Jaipur the pink city ....the name itself shows us that there is something to explore it...i did it
..the pink building...hawa mahel and the forts were amazing...i got to stay in this hotel during my visit.
the hotel completely resembles the rajasthani culture and it was unique from all others.
service was also new and it impressed me a lot ...Jaipur is a Nice place to explore and hotel Jaipur Inn a nice place to board

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  By MieSweetM... on Jan 01, 2010

We were on a tour of the Rajasthan and this hotel was sincerely the best of all of them. The rooms are big and spacious, the hotel is very cute and charming, the staff is very helpful and kind. They have a very beautiful rooftop with a great view of the city, which is definitely a differential they exploited very well. I definitely recommend this hotel, best value for the money that we could have had!

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  By Gio_F14 on Jan 01, 2010

The Jaipur Inn has areas of green grass around it which is a welcome surprise in an Indian city!
We found the hotel to be very clean, with a man who seemed to clean the floors all day long every day! Although the sheets felt quite well used and the towels clearly were, the linen did seem to be clean.
There is access to the internet at the hotel which is only Rs20for 30mins, Rs30 for 45 and Rs40 for an hour.
We had a lovely dinner on the rooftop, despite the chilly weather. It is quite high up so you get quite a good view over other rooftops and you are a little further away from any noisy traffic. The waiter was really keen to keep us happy, and they even lit a bonfire in the centre just for us! (we were the only ones that had braved the cold up there!)
There were also lots of games in the Cafe downstairs to play to pass the time, as well as a bookshelf to borrow or exchange books.
The manager spoke very good English and was keen to chat to his customers.
There are plenty of opportunities to get rickshaws and tuk-tuks just outside the hotel if you wen to go into the centre of the city.
The hotel was very good for what we needed, but we did have basic expectations. It's not one for those who want a bit of luxury. But when it comes to a backpacker's version of luxury, the Jaipur Inn comes pretty close!

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  By Travellin... on Jan 01, 2010

Stayed at the Jaipur Inn for 1 nighty only but wow....such a homely atmosphere - clean, efficient and safe - the service and the attention of the management is impeccable and the next time I am in Jaipur, it's Jaipur Inn again !

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  By konarkm on Jan 01, 2010

And it may be the reason why this gem of a budget hotel is in such good shape. Fantastic welcoming service, clean spacious rooms with private sit-outs, accommodating and helpful staff and an amazing rooftop patio and bar. Great computer facilities, used books to share, great information and resources available in the lobby and walking distance to bazaars and city centre. Great private bathrooms, lots of space to sit around, enjoy the day peacefully, or be at the centre of it all with a quick rickshaw ride away. A great choice.

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  By sabineadv... on Dec 12, 2009

I'd been there with my spouse on a leisure trip. We found this hotel on yatra site during our 11th hour online hunting while on the wheels. We were tired of bad hotels named Palace everywhere. This one was reasonably priced for young student category couple like ours. So we went into this hotel before being interrupted by local auto-rickshaw walas who told us that this hotel's manager only gives accomodation to foreigners. But we still went it to hv a look. To our amusement the hotel manager was apparently a chirchira tough-nut (fun to irritate types) who was reluctant to give us a room. I really had fun talking to him cuz I love dealing with such fundoo intellectual people. When we told him that I'm a doctor and my husband an engineer, then did he look at us otherwise he was busy scribbling somethin in register. He gave us a room instantly. I guess, owner doesn't like general Indian crowd who treat public place as a thing to experiment their vanadalistic capabilities. He found us decent enuf I gues..but anyways, he was a graduate from St. Stephens , Delhi and I liked it... my place you see!
Room was big n spacious! really spacious!! it was simple just like your own house bedroom!! Neat and clean with basic amenities. We had a nice comfort zone around us! ahh I was happy! But AC was not effective, maybe it was just a fan behind AC window :P
There was an attached balcony, it was a kewl thing.
Hotel had plenty of places in it to have a dekho at! Roof top was awesome! I especially liked vivid ample markings at every corner, so the hotel was like a self guided tour to go around. It seemed like an intelligent architecturing. The owner was a real fundoo person. We had to get a picture with him on our day of check out. We just stayed for one day. We got ample help from manager. The only problems were
1) the restaurant in hotel is bad, with high prices(very high!!), unfriendly resto manager, the menu awas bad too and they served such less qnty of food which was not atall palatable.. a simple bread omlette n tea costed up 115 rupees! brrrr I didnt like this keepin in view the qualtiy n quantity of food.
2)There is no room service. We hd to go down ourselves to fetch simple thing like water. Very bad! It's so diffi for a young couple to get out of room again n again ;).
Rest all was abso nice
Manager liked us alot that he offeed us unlimited stay in contrast to what he had told us earlier that he has no rooms available for a month! lol...he was seriously a very moody person but I found it a cute trait!! Nice fellow.
I was especially wary of any hidden cameras inside hotels in north India. But this hotel assured me that there will be none as the owner has his family livin in backyard with his previous 2 generations.Makes it a home indeed.
Check this out for sure if you go to jaipur. It's priced at jus rs 1200/-

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  By sc0ttyd0e... on Dec 12, 2009

A very calm , quite and beautiful place to stay for those who come for a peace of mind.

I really loved the way they helped us at a new place and the way they attended us every time. Lovely cuisine and ambience has compelled me to stay at the same place when I will visit Jaipur next.

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  By Amee33 on Nov 11, 2009

Undoubtly, It was a very good hotel to stay. The owner " Puspender Bhargava" was also very nice and helpful guy. I will surely refer this hotel to my friends.

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  By Rahul_Gup... on Sep 09, 2009

It certainly is an unassumingly pink building. The exterior might be deceptive in fact the auto rickshaw wala we hailed from the Station recommended other places and questioned our choice. But we stuck on as the reviews and website info were quite convincing.
Our room was great; comfortable and neat. Location was perfect, closer to city.

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  By ChinChimp... on Sep 09, 2009

we stayed at Jaipur Inn in a double AC room for two nights in the middle of May 2009. The hotel was recommedned to us by friends.

Here is a summary of our experience at Jaipur Inn.

positive:
- comfortable, stylish, quiet rooms
- clean linen
- very nice terraces with swings
- roof top restaurant with nice view

negative:
- making a reservation in advance is a real adventure. Actually, one either makes no reservation at all, or one has to pay in advance (by credit card or swift) to a tourist bureau in Delhi (who take a comission, of course). I made the mistake to pay in advance. More clever is, however, too just go there after you arrive and negotiate the price. Don't let rikshaw drivers bring you somewhere else, they also get commission for doing so. Especially in the off-season one gets large rebates, sometimes half the usual price.
- the kitchen is mediocre and one has to wait very long for one's food. They put ice into juices and lassis for the morning buffet . DO NOT DRINK THEM!!!

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  By nelieden on Jun 06, 2009

I recently stayed at the Jaipur Inn and I was impressed by the room I stayed in. The staff were friendly and helpful and it made my visit in Jaipur all the more memorable. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wishes a comfortable stay.

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  By ItchyCana... on Apr 04, 2009

Jaipur Inn, Bani Park. I visited this hotel first in November with my boyfriend, loved it so much that we made a short trip again in January this year and with friends this time. The trip was a lot of fun and mostly because of the hotel. It is an interesting property and the people are warm. We hail from delhi, and jaipur is a place that we all have visited time and over again in the past. So this hotel gives us a reason to go there and spend time some quality time in peace and none of us want to sight see jaipur anymore. Its a cute,warm place.. theres self service.. each room is uniquely done in its own subtle way and is very warm.. and have to mention that for the price its awesome.. it comes alomost in the low buget category but provides you with the best comfort. we had an amazing dinner by the bonfire and lots of table tennis matches there. one must stay here if looking for a low budget but great stay in jaipur..its justthe place.

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  By Traversin... on Feb 02, 2009

After travelling through the dirty, dusty streets of Jaipur, walking through the hotel gate is like entering an oasis, with pleasant gardens awaiting you there as well as on the rooftop. The hotel is family managed by the Wing Commander & his son who both make you most welcome & enjoy talking to you. The staff are also helpful & friendly but the reception staff seem to need instruction on all matters from above. Our Deluxe room had both a four-poster bed & terrace surrounded by potted plants. For India, it was quite clean. A lift had recently been installed & the WingCo told us of his other plans for further improvements.
There is a pleasant cafe downstairs which, although supposedly independent, provides the included breakfast which was very good. Upstairs is a rooftop restaurant with many potted shrubs & views over town. We didn't try the food as it looked a little expensive. At 2100Rs per night it seemed quite reasonable value.

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  By ShaunandM... on Jan 01, 2009

When you traverse hotel booking websites you come across thousands offering the best and if you are not familiar with the location, it is a task to actually go through all and then check their credentials from a location or a review perspective. Jaipur Inn is one such place wherein you would have never heard about and the only dependency you had were actual reviews put up on websites. While the reviews gave me a good impression the only hitch I had in my mind was maybe it was not that good to be true. As was written, Mr Pushpendra the Hotel Manager and part-owner was there to greet me and my family. Overall the experience was great and I would surely recommend "family trip" travellers to check this place out. Let me get into the nuances:

Positives:
- I had 2 rooms opening into small verandahs/balcony's with cute garden table and chairs. The best part was that they were interconnected and became so much easier for my daughter to hop in and out. I believe the other rooms also have smaller balconies.
- Neat and clean bathrooms with TV.
- There is no room service, very international in approach, of course Indian travelers may not always appreciate it but of course there is a tea/coffee maker in the room.
- I had a deluxe room and it can easily represent a sort of master bedroom with a sofa and enough storage and wardrobe capacity.
- The "Cafe Jai" is a self service cafe which serves breakfast/lunch and dinner based on a fixed menu cooked in a little homely kitchen. Breakfast although has a fixed menu in Indian and English and if you are staying for more than 2 days some may not like repeating the same breakfast but the cafe owner (yes it is run independently from the hotel, another first) is accommodating and can offer you a few choices, BUT, the food is much much better than what any of the rated hotels offer on buffet.
- There is a roof top restaurant, does not have much of a view although as mentioned by Mr.Pushpendra, but again is good enough to have a meal with the family.
- Internet Room at INR 40/Hr is a plus
- That Mr. Pushpendra is always eager to assist you with regard to the location, tourist spots etc.

Cons
- The towels are slightly more hard than one can expect.
- The entire hotel staff is dependent on Mr. Pushpendra, they need to be more competent and need to be given more authority. This place cannot run without him.
- Cafe needs to be faster. In times of multiple orders the order placed first gets priority like a FIFO.
- Need to provide some more toiletries than just the very basic soap or at least replace them.
- The bathroom geyser doles out hot water for a specific amount or time after which it stops and you need to wait for the geyser to warm more water, more effective hot/cold water mechanism required.

Overall
A place which can work wonderfully well for family travellers and with some more changes can become a very sought after destination.

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  By poddy77 on Dec 12, 2008

Accesability & Location: Well in the heart of the city and very easy to locate. One need to take care of the one-ways. The hotel has phamplets which guide you of the one-ways and directions to reach the hotel

Cleaniness & Astetics.: Good & Value for money

Room service: Has a self service canteen and one need to eat in the dining area or you need to carry food yourself to your room

Assistance: The hotel staff were very friendly and guided me on the tousrist points and other local information

Overall, a good hotel with a value for money

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  By sandeepgv on Dec 12, 2008

This place is quite unique. It has an interesting and appealing ambience. It has a cute, homely and friendly ambiance and not the airs of pompous star hotels. Owner Pushpendra is very friendly - he engages you in conversation and establishes the setting for a cozy stay at the hotel. He was very accommodating even when our reservation agent conveyed incomplete information regarding our needs - Pushpendra was gracious and provided for 4 against the reservation of 3 at no extra cost to us. Food is homely and servings large. Pushpendra is very helpful - when we forgot some stuff in the hotel, he obliged us by mailing our stuff back to us.

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  By JaipurVis... on Dec 12, 2008

A clean, friendly hotel, good facilities and a nice oasis away from the busy streets. Lovely rooftop terrace to sit in the evenings, Speedy, cheap internet. Refreshments available all day and evening. Good rooms, ours had a cute balcony and a four poster bed. Best place we have stayed in India.

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  By groom2bho... on Nov 11, 2008

We're just back from a 2 day and 2 night trip to the stunning city of Jaipur and a beautiful hotel called Jaipur Inn.
We arrived quite late for a city like Jaipur but had no problem checking in.
Beautiful rooms, very tastefully decorated. Ethnic decor, traditional paintings, a well stacked library, awesome rooftop for a quiet party and a wonderful English Breakfast (free with the stay).
We had no hassels about checking out and keeping our luggage at the hotel. A wonderful gesture.
The owner, a well spoken gentleman then went out of his way to book a cab which we required urgently to return to the airport.
All in all a great stay and absolute value for money..

Nishita and Varun. (Room 31)

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  By Bohemian8... on Nov 11, 2008

Was very satisfied with my stay at JAipur Inn. The rooms are very clean with big bathroom (hot water!) and nice atmosphere. The staff is very friendly and helpful - only thing that could be better is the self service restaurant, which is a bit expensive. I can definitely recommend the place!

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  By Dahl7 on Oct 10, 2008

Last week we returned from Jaipur. A truly amazing experience we had. We started on 23rd August in the early morning in 2 cars. We had booked our rooms at Jaipur Inn.
We had planned to take breakfast on our way to jaipur at Mc Dolald but I missed it and we were all hungry and then there was Coffee Café Day just 40 to 50 KMs before Jaipur. There was a signboard 10 Kms ahead telling us that there is Coffee Café day and we spotted it suddenly as it was in a establishment called as something King…

On our way to Jaipur we stopped at Amer palace. We reached there by 11 AM and the Elephant ride was available till 10.30 AM, so could not take a ride to the palace on the elephant. We checked from the locals and took our cars to the hill top and parked there for 30- 40- rupees. It’s a nice palace andreally liked the architecture and it was fun. We hired a guide so it was nice to know the place as he took us around the palace.

After seeing the palace the guide took us to a shop at the foot of the hill for shopping from some society and I bought a rajasthani bed cover and it has come out very good.

Then we started towards Jaipur and stopped on the way to see the Jal Mahal which we can only view from the road.

Reached Jaipur by 3.30 PM and reached bani park where we had booked our hotel.
On reaching the manager was helpful and he had switched on the AC and the room was cold and it was a nice gesture.
We occupied 3 rooms in the under ground floor. All three rooms opened into a small garden outside and there was cosy place to sit and talk at the night and we utilized it nicely.

The hotel had a restaurant and it served food at decent cost and food was nice but they did not have room service which I did not like as I had to come to the restaurant to get my morning tea as they did not have room service.

We stayed there for a day and started on Sunday afternoon. The hotel manager asked the ladies to take a scarf as a token of appreciation and it was a nice gesture.


Improvement Suggestions for Jaipur Inn – After travelling for 250 KM in my Optra it required to be washed. There was no one available to for car washing and I was given a 3-4 litre buket for taking water for washing the car. I had to do round about for 7-8 times to get the water.
The manager can look at this for some improvements for helping people travelling in their own vehicle.

While coming back we saw the Nahargarh fort and Jaigarh fort and it was amazing to find the way the kings had designed the fort.

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  By kamy13 on Sep 09, 2008

A nice quaint place, Jaipur Inn gives you a feel of a homely surrounding. It is SAFE, clean and very much within budget. Food is not served in the rooms but the nice dining cum lounging area is worth spending some time than be locked in rooms. It is spacious and not cluttered.

The only reason I have rated it "above average" is because of the food (not quality wise) but taste wise. Only had breakfast and would have preferred it nice and hot as well. A little more variety like some local breakfast dishes etc would have been great too.

Best part of Jaipur Inn is the lawn surrounding it.

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  By b0se on Jul 07, 2008

jaipur inn is an oasis in a dynamic overwhelming amazing city. jaipur inn lets you experience the uniquesness off india comfortably, because at times india is a cultre shock. Jaipur Inn's manager can more than answer your questions and give suggestions. india is incredible but you need a place you can comedown from the culture shock. Japur inn is it.

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  By bek1980 on Jun 06, 2008

This place is very nice = the staff are very helpful and not at all intrusive. The rooms are delightful - well furnished and well cleaned. The cafe on the ground floor serves a wide range of reasonably priced, very tasty and quickly prepared options. The location is very handy to the main strip (MI Rd), ATM's etc etc

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  By HonestPol... on Apr 04, 2008

We stayed at jaipur inn for 2 nights, it was a great little find. The owner was very helpful and the rooms were clean and comfortable. During our stay we tried the rooftop buffet which had nice views and the food was good as well. I would recommend this place to anyone.

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  By qld88 on Feb 02, 2008

Jaipur Inn is a place which makes one feel at home.

With it's close proximity to MI Road it's a good bet.
The Rooms are spacious and the staff friendly, the most interesting part being they don't accept tips

Food is reasonably priced but needs to upgrade it's variety and food quality. One sad thing they don't provide Room Service.

The Manager Pushpendra is a well informed gentleman and is very resourceful, He makes the place click.

Pointers for new prospective guest would include:
1) Ask if your going to experience Power cuts(Load Shedding)between 11am-1pm, there are no backup generators, these power cuts are taken for granted and one has to live with it as the manager humbly says.

2)The hotel is also undergoing renovation so power cuts are inevitable at least for another 3-4 months.

3)If one has made part payment through the site then make sure the rest of the amount is taken along in hard cash since there is no provision for a swiping machine, you may end up paying in indian rupees which might cost a little more due to the conversion rate.

Besides a few things mentioned above we did have a good stay and will definitely go back and recommend this hotel to a budget traveler

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  By hiferns on Jan 01, 2008

This was actually the second time I'd stayed at the Jaipur Inn, the first being Christmas 2005. On both occasions, I was very happy with the hotel. The rooms are big and clean and the service is great. On both occasions, I was traveling with 20-somethings and either parents or grandparents and, both times, everyone was pleased with the Jaipur Inn. Fantastic value.

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  By JMGScotla... on Jan 01, 2008

We only stayed at Jaipur Inn for three nights but I definately would have stayed longer if we had the time. The place is welcoming and the staff are very good. The owner came out and greeted us on arrival and gave us a choice of which room we wanted. He was really nice and gave some advice about where to look at whilst in Jaipur.
As it was winter, the weather in Jaipur can get rather cold during the night and early morning. The kitchen/dining area near reception is really cold in the morning and evening but the rooms were warm and there were enough blankets.
The rooms were basic but cleaned regularly and were comfortable.
I recommend this to those who just need somewhere comfortable and not expensive.

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  By Rae_007 on Dec 12, 2007

Different from typical budget hotels I have been so far. There is concept of self service, no smoking, place outside your room to sit & relax & even a table tennis table !! But the menu is primarily oriented towards foriegners & is costly. Also contacting hotel directly cost me more then online rates.

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  By robo9 on Nov 11, 2007

Nice place. 25 rooms available, nearly working with solar water heaters! Top roof amazing with a little garden in front. Cosy and welcoming feel. Very nice place to meet people and we recommend that you talk to the wing commander for informative conversation. Surely Recommended!

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  By marsupone on Feb 02, 2007

The Jaipur Inn has positives and negatives:

Positives: (1) Good location - close to the train station. (2) Hotel management are very helpful and honest and are not just looking to make a quick buck on tours and taxis (which is a real plus compared to other places). (3) The rooms are clean. (4) There is a restaurant attached to the hotel which has a very good value buffet and other food options (can be a little slow though). (5) Some of the rooms have balconies.

Negatives: For hot water, you have to ask the management 20 minutes before you shower. This is not a major issue, but we stayed at many places for less than $45 per night where we could flip a switch ourselves for hot water. Hot water does not last long! The reality is that the Jaipur Inn is more of a "hostel" than a "hotel", yet it charges a rate that is higher than many hotels in which we stayed in Rajasthan.

Bottom line: The Jaipur Inn is a good option overall, but there may be other places where you can pay less for the same (or more).

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  By DiamondGe... on Jan 01, 2006

Bon rapport qualité prix

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  By on Jul 07, 2011

chambre spacieuse, propre et calme. on y est resté qu'une nuit et le manager nous a proposer gratuitement de garder la chambre toute la journée en attendant notre train du soir, ce qui a été très appréciable avec la chaleur...

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  By chevalier... on May 05, 2011

De accomodatie is gelegen op ongeveer 10 minuutjes met de ToekToek van het drukke centrum van Jaipur. Het is een mooie accomodatie, met ruime kamers (pas wel op voor bedpaks) en een mooi dakterras met uitzicht over Jaipur.
De eerste avond hebben wij hier gegeten en dat is iets wat niet aan te raden is. Het eten is niet echt om over naar huis te schrijven.
De manager en zijn vader zijn zeer vriendelijke mensen en doen er alles aan om je het naar je zin te maken.

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  By Lianne88 on May 05, 2011

Nous avons voyage en groupe de 10 personnes ou la moyenne d'ages etait 20-21 ans.
Hotel tres confortable et tres bien tenu. Les chambres sont propres, bons services. Nous avons fait du yoga, rencontre une classe etudiant le francais (la femme du gerant de lhotel etant prof de francais). Si le jogging vous interresse le gerant se fera un plaisir de courrir avec vous le matin (vers 5h30) Tres bon rapport qualite prix pour la boutique de lhotel (bijoux, statues, peintures sur soies....) Possibilite de pique nique, buffet. Et autre services tels internet, table de ping pong.

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  By sansfront... on Aug 08, 2010

tres bon hotel, les chambres sont agreables et propres, le patrom est charmant est tres accueillant, les employés un peu moins, seul bémol. Je vous le recommande quand même!

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  By sanspseud... on Sep 09, 2009

Hôtel calme et agréable dans une ville remuante, avec une terrasse sur le toit offrant une vue magnifique sur Jaipur. Le propriétaire Pushpendra (éducation militaire) est carré mais agréable et très serviable, parlant un anglais posé et très compréhensible.
Proche de la ville, les services proposés sont assez complets : internet, change, chambres propres et spacieuses...
Un point faible : la restauration ! Un peu chère et de qualité médiocre dans une ville qui ne propose pas beaucoup de solutions, le petit déjeuner en revanche est plutôt copieux. Autre souci : le service y est très long et mieux vaut anticiper au maximum.

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  By Skitignes on Nov 11, 2008

hotel propre et agreable. Acces internet, terrasse panoramique, ping-pong... de bons souvenirs!!

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  By raph82ju8... on Nov 11, 2008

The Hotel was definitely nice and the way it is made leaves a good impact though not very huge but good........the negative point is their Bathrooms which are not at all good......Actually they are not maintained properly and they were not even able to sort it out properly. O'wise if that problem is rectified its a nice and reasonable Hotel to stay inn.

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  By Shikha16 on Nov 11, 2011

I with my family had to visit my native place in Rajasthan for some urgent family purpose. we reached Jaipur by evening flight and as decided we were to stay over night at Jaipur. I had asked my relatives at Jaipur to book a good hotel for my over night stay at Jaipur. They booked Jaipur Inn for it being value for money hotel while also being very good. And it turned out to be worth every penny spent in this hotel. I mean really!

I have stayed at many hotels over the years, often luxury ones with impeccable details and fantastic designs. Price-wise Jaipur Inn is better compared to other better-class hotels. But the comparison fails: Jaipur Inn is not a luxury place. But, my family will remember the stay here.

It is the friendly service with the innocent smile that makes it worth while staying in this small hotel. The staff are social at just the right level and they go to great length to make you feel at home. And in fact we really felt like at home.

Even my in laws, who did not stay in the hotel, was received with open arms and exceptionally generously . The owner even offered us to invite them all (1 people) to the hotel. We felt honoured at every step.

This said, there is nothing wrong with the facilities. The room we had was spacious as required and pretty, the dinner and the breakfast is really nice and the distance to the city is limited.May be small, but it’s a relaxing and quiet place – one where you really don’t mind spending a few days.

And as many people might have written before. Jaipur Inn is a place you would definitely come back to and recommend to your friends. Thank you very much for making our stay so pleasant!!!!

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  By bafana_pk on Jun 06, 2011

Traveled for a weekend break on a budget. Discovered this place accidentally. The rooms are large, well lit and just enough for a small family. The air-con was mediocre but didnt require it much as it was not that sultry outside. Didn't have food at this place as we wanted to have the 'authentic' rajasthani thali outside. Good option to stay on a short visit.

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  By GlobeTrip... on Mar 03, 2011

Has a very accomodating manager; the place is done up well. The roof top is quite good and there is a little somethin for everybody. Centrally located and cheerful. All in all a happy holiday place to be.

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  By drnpj on Dec 12, 2010

We stayed at the Jaipur Inn for two nights in October 2010. The accomodations are average and the price is decent. The staff are very friendly and the manager's father (the original owner of the hotel) came and chatted with us over breakfast one morning. The food served at the restaurant was good. There was a "mix-up" when we first arrived and they had to "upgrade" our rooms; I am not sure what difference there was between the two options, but the management told us that the room they housed us in was somewhat more expensive. Without any fuss though, they honoured the original price they had quoted over the internet.

The best part about this hotel is the rooftop patio. It was relatively deserted (unfortunately) and closed rather earlier, but offers panoramic views of the city and had a very pleasant atmosphere.

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  By Laineysmi... on Nov 11, 2010

When we arrived at the hotel I found the attitude of the manager of the hotel left a lot to be
desired. He was rather rude he said that I must have a voucher to book into the hotel, did
not know what he was talking about. We arrived in time for breakfast which we had to wait about thirty minutes for which was inedible, the tables in the restaurant were filthy and also the cutlrey. When we eventually got to our room it was very spacious but also needed a good clean. We had dinner one night at the jaipur Inn very poor it was cold when we got it. We were only in jaipur for a couple of days or I would have moved to a different hotel

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  By chrissie0... on Nov 11, 2010

In Jaipur Jaipur Inn is the average hotel. It is little diffecult to locate in case you are coming first time to this hotel. Food is very good. But only 2 rooms in the hotel have the bath tub. You can play many games in the restaurant of the hotel.

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  By nitingupt... on Oct 10, 2010

I was in Rajashthan with my family for temple visits and stayed at the place for one night. Its a good hotel with decent breakkfast and food. The hotel rooms and service are average. The domestic airport is also not that far from the hotel. Not a bad place for an overnight halt.

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  By Gladiator... on Sep 09, 2010

Jaipur Inn Hotel has a very beautiful look.service provided by the staff was mindbrowing. Hotel Jaipur In is very suitable for middle class people. Hotel provide services which they indeed needed. room service was reguraly nade to have clean reputation for visiters. Food made in the hotel is very tasety.

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  By VIRESH36 on Aug 08, 2010

A very gud quality hotel for economic stay within the heritage city close to railway and bus stand

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  By swat12345... on Jul 07, 2010

Last year I had been there and spent 3 days, I had very good experience there in terms of stay and food; moreover location was very close to my business areas that’s why I did not felt any trouble there. Hotel staff was very nice and managed. Rooms were enough big with hot water. Overall I enjoyed there

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  By sdsgdhj on Jul 07, 2010

I stayed in this hotel for four days. Hotel is near from Railway station and Bus Stand i.e 2-3 KM . Hotel rooms are OK in size and hotel is clean but booth room fittings need upgradation. Another probelm here is no rom service otherwise overall stay was good.

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  By adiPune on Jun 06, 2010

The Inn is good and value for money. we were a group of friends and really enjoyed there. A recommended place to stay

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  By Shubhangi... on May 05, 2010

I traveled Jaipur in Jan 2008 with my wife and daughter. I stayed in Jaipur Inn. My stay at the hotel was pleasant.
I stayed in the hotel for two days. Food quality was ok. I was not happy with the room. Bed was uncomfortable. It was winter season and single blanket was not sufficient. When asked hotel staff refused to provide another one.
It is only a budget hotel. Don't expect much.

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  By Anniamitt... on May 05, 2010

Jaipur Inn lacked the comfort and service one would expect. Price is okay but they must improve on services.

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  By sachin_de... on Apr 04, 2010

We stayed over their during our family visit to Jaipur in Jan-2009. The Hotel is a average hotel having average facilities.

Budgetwise it is cheap one and according to the tariff, the Hotel is ok. Locationwise, it is good.

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  By SJainBhop... on Feb 02, 2010

Stayed two nights on the suggestion of an Indian friend. Room range was limited by last minute decision to go to Jaipur, that resulted in Deluxe room only being available for IR2000 pre night, roughly A$52.
Was shown 2 rooms available by the front office staff who showed little interest in their job and had little ability to communicate with us none Hindi speaking Australians. Unfortunately, this proved to be the case whenever we approached them for advice or assistance.
Cafeteria staff warmed to us after initial visit and provided us 2 breakfasts [included in room tariff], an evening meal, & an afternoon tea. All were tasty, healthy, and inexpensive.
Room was reasonable clean [cleaner obviously as tall as myself 180cm] on arrival and was serviced during our absence to a similar standard, despite the mud and other things we hiked into the room.
The electricity switching system made 2 end on end hot showers problematic.

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  By Aussietio... on Jan 01, 2010

I stayed with friends at the Jaipur Inn in October. It might be that the staff were having a bad day or week but I found them to be unfriendly and disinterested. The food was average there were no other restaurants around. The hotel is not in a tourist area and a considerable way out from the sights of Jaipur necessitating an autorickshaw everytime I went out.

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  By Journey61 on Nov 11, 2009

Hotel Pros:
1. Affordable tariff (approx. Rs.2000 per night for an A/C twin bed room)
2. Functional & clean rooms (although the bathroom could have been better maintained)
3. Close to the old Jaipur city (where all the major tourist attractions are)
4. Food is decent (home cooked variety)

Hotel Cons:
1. Most hotel tariffs include breakfast which is buffet style and unlimited. However, here your tariff only gets you a fixed quantity of indian/ continental food for breakfast, for eg. only 2 aloo parathas and curd in case of indian breakfast. In case you order more than this, you need to pay extra. This was not mentioned at the time of booking.

Other feedback:
1. The hotel owner, Pushpender is courteous and can guide you on do's and dont's while in Jaipur.
2. I found the roof-top view over-rated.

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  By hk_pandey on Oct 10, 2009

We started from Delhi and reached Jaipur in 5 hours with some small breaks in the way. I had stayed earlier in this hotel. So this time we got a room on the 3rd floor.
Room was average, the bathroom had a 2ft by 4 ft wire net for air pessage, It seems the owner has instructed all the staff not to do room service and they are really afraid of the owner of the lodge.
I called them and explained them that its a see thorugh stuff which they have made in the bathroom, but they said that the other side is the duct passage and no one will come in that to see us. Very weird....

Anyways I did got a towel to manage with this.

I needed some help in getting my car washed but they did not had that service to be provided. I tried to do it myself but they provided such a tiny bucket that I had to fetch water a couple of times to get my car a shower.

in future I would try some other hotel as this was an average and many thing on that we do this and we dont do this. Crazy.

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  By Kamy1370 on Feb 02, 2009

Me and my husband went for weekend break to jaipur, we checked in at hotelJaipur Inn, hotel location is ok, staff is nice and helpful. roms were clean but only thing missing was room service.

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  By shiprapan... on Feb 02, 2009

It's clean, spacious and is run by good management (coherent english speaking staff and a lovely manager). One great luxury was having clean towels and soap provided (oh yes, and tv!). The food was really disappointing actually, as a porridge and muesli addict in the mornings; it was the sloppiest porridge I have had so far!, and I have eaten for much, much less than this at a higher quality throughout India for the past 6 months. Probably best to eat out, but cannot comment on the restaurant upstairs.

Unfortuntely the hotel lacks in a lot of character, Indian quirkiness and flare. But nevertheless an enjoyable stay with nothing to heavily complain about (except for maybe the porridge). I would recommend for the family, but maybe not for the budgetting backpacker.

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  By ShantiPus... on Sep 09, 2008

Es handelt sich um ein klassisches Budget-Hotel. Wer danach sucht, wird hier auch fündig und bestimmt glücklich. Wir sind eher die "Bequem"-Reisenden und damit hier nicht Kernzielgruppe.

Das Personal ist superfreundlich und hat uns richtig umgarnt. Dafür gibt es eine 1 mit Sternchen.

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  By kalyxo on Jan 01, 2008

The hotel is ill equipped and has a weird system. Does not even have a fax machine. Is located in a residential area, Had to travel 1/2 km to send a fax. No room service. No direct dialing facility from the room. One has to go to the reception and ask them to make the phone call. All doors ( including the balcony and the bathroom ) were fitted with door closers. I could not undrstand why. The self service restaurant had a peculiar system. After having paid in advance, guests are made to sign the order slip. The staff do not take any step without asking the owner. When I asked them to call for a taxi, they gave me the telephone number of the taxi service and asked me to call the taxi myself. The owner tried to be helpful but there never was a smile on his face. Appeared kind of weird. Hotel may be ok for leisure travellers but definitely not recommended for business travellers.

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  By khgfact on Dec 12, 2008

This hotel has a nice and friendly manager but apart from that not much is as it should be. Service is practically nonexcisting, the staff seems totally inable to answer a qustion or make a descicion without asking the manager first.

In the restaurant they have a strange routine called "self service". Basically it means that instead of the staff taking your order you have to fill in an order form. Problem is it is not so easy (why do they need to know the name of my travelagent to serve me breakfast) and therefore you have to redo it a few times. Once the food is finished someone comes running and informs you that you can pick up your food at the counter.

The rooms are reasonably clean by indian standard, but we had to ask twice to get them cleaned on our second day.

Food was not very fantastic.

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  By bjorkby on Mar 03, 2008

Incompetent, lazy and poorly organized staff, however room was clean and tidy. I booked an AC room calling twice, 1st the reception (no. mentioned in LP) and owner's mobile ('cause receptionist refused to make the reservation). Arranging pickup from the train station appeared impossible to be done. After I reached the hotel past midnight I woke up a guy sleeping on a mattress in the reception, who didn't know anything about my booking. The AC room I thought I reserved was of course unavailable (it makes a difference in summer...) and they charge Rs 650 for non-AC one (LP prices failed again). At 1am there was no other choice but stay, after unpleasant conversation with the owner (receptionist didn't really understand much nor even cared). Apologizes came in the following morning waking me up after long night in the hot room... Reception staff was desperate to keep disappointed me living the Jaipur Inn.

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  By ra0 on May 05, 2007

When we arrived v early one morning in January, we were shown up an outdoor spiral staircase into what felt like a tree house, it was full of character, but not permanent This was just intil a room had been vacated. Eventually we were settled up a few flights of stairs ino a room with no frills and a TV that didn't broadcast much other than fuzz.This accomodation was basic, but apart from a power cut one evening, we had what we needed. Unfortunately what we had read of the 24 hour cafe on site was misleading.Service and both quality and choice of food, was extremely poor, avoid this if possible.It is easy to get to the normal tourist routes from the inn. the Staff were very helpful and we met some interesting travellers there. We loved Jaipur and the inn was adequate, convenient and cheap.

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  By jojan999 on Jul 07, 2006

le resto de l'hôtel est infect et très sale.Le petit déjeuner devait être un buffet et ce n'était pas le cas sur place car pas assez de clients dans l'hôtel alors on a nous a servi 2 toasts avec du beurre périmé et de la confiture qui avait un goût bien chimique!
la chambre était sale, de la poussière partout, des cafards dans la salle de bain et sous le matelas.
Hôtel pas calme du tout avec les paons qui gueulent toute la nuit.Cet hôtel a été un véritable cauchemar et je ne le recommande pas du tout.Il y a bien mieux et moins cher toujours dans le même secteur (Bani Park).

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  By sapphire2... on Sep 09, 2010

Hi I had shortlisted this hotel to book, but when I spoke with the manager over phone to check availability of rooms, he sounded so arrogant like I had disturbed him in the middle of something important. He didnt even know which room on which floor was available and mentioned that he can not comment now. He ordered me to send an email to him so he could confirm. I was offended when I checked if they had geysers, parking area, restaurant, security. Had he been polite I would have chosen to stay at the Inn. but I immediately changed my mind. I had read these reviews abt the manager being rude and uncourteous and then I also saw his apologies in a few responses, but I am not willing to wait for a bad experience and an apology. What part of customer service does this manager not understand? How can he afford to not even have basic business communication etiquettes? If he is representing the Inn, anything no matter however good abt the Inn would not compensate.

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  By DMauji on Nov 11, 2010

No towels in the room. One tiny sheet for two people? This place could do a lot better. And the guy at the reception is just creepy.

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  By twowheels... on Nov 11, 2010

Manager (owner) attitude worst ever! Not what you expect during your vacations...
I booked 2 nights in this hotel through a online reservation agency.
My confirmed reservation stated: "Breakfast Included". When I arrived to the hotel, the manager advised that breakfast might not be included, but he would check. I showed him my confirmation with the "breakfast included" details.
As expected I expend the day for sightseen, and when I returned at night, the manager told me "we need to talk". He showed me his notification from the online agency, where it stated "breakfast not included".
Clearly there was an online agency mistake... so if he had a no breakfast included and I had it included, I tried to get a reasonable position with the manager telling him to split the difference, one night with breakfast, and the other one without. Since no one had the right answer at the moment, I thought this was a reasonable "happy medium".
His answer was: "this is not my problem, and you should solve the issue directly with the agency... send them an e-mail..."
His position was very very arrogant and not friendly at all. I felt he didn't mind any of my business, since I remainded him that in order for me to send the agency an email, I had to get internet connection and since they do not provide the service as complementary I had to pay him for it. His answer has, ok "pay for it"...
If he was having this attitude over a one day of breakfast, I could imagine what his position would be over something else at my check out, so I decided to LEAVE the hotel right away.
He lost my business ($70) for one breakfast. ($3)...
I do not recommend this hotel because of the service I received from them.

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  By Biamado on Nov 11, 2010

Very mediocre. Too pricy for the quality. We had made bookings for 4 days with a small break in between. When we got back, we were given 2 very shoddy rooms which had a bathroom which opened out into the road with no curtains, no hot water, a tv that didn't work and no intercom. The manager tried to make up for it, but seemed to lack sincerity. Food at the cafe takes about half an hour. No room service either. We got some brilliant hotels at Udaipur for prices less than this one. Can definitely give it a miss.

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  By Oogway on Dec 12, 2008

Das Hotel ist total abgewohnt. Das von uns bewohnte Zimmer glich einem Saustall. Staubgewischt wurde wohl seit geraumer Zeit nicht mehr.Das Einzige, was noch gefehlt hätte, wären Kakerlaken gewesen. Nebenbei war auch der Frühstücksservice katastrophal. Dieses Hotel sollte man unbedingt meiden.

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  By surfhero on Apr 04, 2008

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