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Fri, 30 Mar – Sat, 31 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Vill. Burja,7th Mile Stone Rajgarh Road,, Alwar , 301001 | Show on Map
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Hotel Burja Haveli, located on Rajgarh Road, is a 240-year-old property that reflects traditional Rajasthani style of architecture. Now converted into a hotel, this Alwar property is maintained by a team of well-behaved and dexterous professionals.
The Alwar Railway Station is 8 km away from the premises. For accommodation, guests can choose from 10 Super Deluxe and Deluxe Rooms that are appointed with a telephone and a television. Enhancing the comfort of the guests are the facilities like car parking, car rental, 24-hour room service and housekeeping.
Guests who wish to explore the area can avail the tour desk or rent a car. The in-house restaurant, named Manuhaar that serves a variety of local and Indian cuisines. The hotel's extensive menu comprises many Chinese, Indian and Continental dishes that are skilfully prepared by the chefs.
Other facilities of the hotel include a conference hall called Darbar, a bar, named Chandni and a health club. Services like a newspaper, laundry, and ironing are available. Being in the city of Alwar, guests can visit noted tourist sites, such as the Alwar Fort (17 km), Sariska Tiger Reserve (27 km), Siliserh Lake Palace (14 km), and Naldeshwar Shrine (4 km).
The Alwar Markets are located 4 km away from the hotel. The Alwar hotel is also accessible from the Alwar Bus Station (8 km).
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|Room Type||Inclusions & Amenities||Total Price for 1 Night|
4 Rooms Left!
Price for 1 NightRs. 2,800
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Price for 1 NightRs. 3,700
1 Rooms Left!
Price for 1 NightRs. 7,000
by Paramjit on Feb 05,2018
Reason For Rating : Home
by GOUTAM on Oct 16,2017
What's Good: Ambiance
What needs to improve : inside space of rooms
Reason For Rating : The entire episode from booking the hotel only a day in advance till checking out had been very pleasant. The ambiance has truly represented the "Rajasthani" flavor which we had liked. It was also great in terms of cleanliness, food, staff.....
by Sanjay on Aug 14,2017
What's Good: Staff was helpful & courteous, cottage rooms were fairly large, clean bathrooms, & were situated in lot of greenery, adjoining a small swimming pool.
What needs to improve : placement of TV on the far wall on top. WIFI did not work in the cottage area side.
by Chander shekhar on Jul 04,2017
What's Good: hotel ambience like haveli
What needs to improve : connectivity to pool is by crossing village road
by UMESH on Apr 25,2017
What's Good: Service
by Deepak on Apr 16,2017
What's Good: Locale and environment
What needs to improve : Room service, reception response
by Annonymous on Mar 28,2016
What's Good: Room Amenities can be improve further... Otherwise fantastic Stay..
by Rakesh on May 19,2015
What's Good: Superb heritage property at such a low price.
by Pallavi Agrawal on Apr 06,2015
What's Good: We loved the stay, the hospitality and the food.
by Harbans on Mar 27,2015
What's Good: The hotel is a real heritage site and is very charming as well as comfortable. The experience is very different from a stay in a "modern" hotel. The staff is extremely courteous and helpful. The chef is a genius; it is best to accept his suggestions to do dishes outside the published menu. Some small housekeeping issues need attention. Like a towel on the floor by the side of the bath tub or a handle bar on the tub.
by Devashish on Feb 16,2015
What's Good: It offers a unique haveli experience with the inner courtyard and the unique rooms. However, maintenance needs to be improved upon. Staff is cordial and friendly and you are sure to love your stay at this quaint place!
by Chaitali Parikh on Nov 03,2014
What's Good: Location is quite bad... its at the end of a galli in the main city centre... so not peaceful or quiet AT ALL! and there were some late night LOUD music performances... not what you need when you have to wake up for an early morning safari at Sariska! Also its a good half an hour drive away from the Sariska Park entry gate. Rooms & bathrooms are very basic... but considering their rate, I guess you cant ask for any more...!
by preeti r on March 13, 2018
Location : Location was the biggest let down for us. It is located in a narrow lane of a small village. Although, they have created pathway from highway as well, passing through their extended property but still it is in a narrow lane. We got the room adjacent to road and there is a temple nearby. We have to wake up at 5 am on first day because of loud arti sounds on loudspeaker and it ended for half an hour. On second day, it started at 3 am but with somewhat low sound and at 5 am it was on full volume. Management and staff: All the staffs are from nearby village and are untrained. Even today, they use a manual register copy for entry of visitors. In our two days stay, owner was right there inside the hotel and crossed our path many times. Not even once he bothered to ask about our experience or comfort. While dining also, he was not interested in asking for customer feedback. Room: We selected a deluxe room and is not at all worth the price. In 3k, you could get a pretty decent room as compared to the tiny rooms they provided. Food: I have not taken any meal as tasty as this in Alwar. Chicken dishes and chapatis are way too delicious. Also, there was 2 singers performing folk music and a kid performing folk dance. Wifi: No signals inside rooms. You have to go to common area to get internet. Apart from all the staff, I want to extend my gratitude towards Kullad Ram. He was the only interested in our experience and guided us to taste local cuisines and visit local place.
by recklessrk on March 7, 2018
Burja Haveli is more than just a hotel. Its quaint, enchanting, picturesque, yet lively and contemporary. The staff here is the most comforting staff i have ever seen. I am really impressed by their hospitality. Food is really scrumptious.
by Swatiib on March 2, 2018
In a small village they have have taken this old house and call it a haveli ok basic facilities though a lot better properties are available. The cottages are ok compared yo th to the haveli rooms otherwise facilities can be improved
by HarinderAnand on February 26, 2018
Staying @ Hotel Burja Haveli was quite an amazing experience. I stayed there with my family & kids and everything was superb. Took Super Deluxe Rooms with breakfast. It has a nice verandah (dining area)/big lawn/small and clean pool in the adjacent building. You will wake up with birds chirping and loads of peacocks over terrace and surrounding village Food was delicious though a little expensive. Breakfast was ordinary and service piece needs to be revamped The owner stays in the same haveli (Mr. Upendra), he is a warm person to meet and take his advice for local places Highly recommended for stay if you are visiting Alwar.
by Arjit Mani T on February 2, 2018
I've visited this place 4 times & stayed twice, other 2 visits were intended to have lunch (non-veg specifically). The rooms were quite spacious with curtain partition given for sleeping & sitting area, which has wooden sofa set arrangement. They've also kept small fridge, tea-coffee maker, wooden dressing table, old style bed which gives a good mix of heritage & modernity. The walls have nature related paintings & ceilings are painted in typical Rajasthani style. The bathrooms are quite spacious, few of them has bath tub as well. The courtyard has a fountain in the middle with casual & formal sitting space around, they've also kept couple of swings hanging to the trees. If you happen to visit during late monsoon or immediately afterwards, you can see 'baya' weaver birds making nests on to the palm trees in the courtyard. There was a typical village style 'chulha (earthen stove)' set-up in one corner of the courtyard operational during dinner time only, you can prefer to have your meal sitting there only or inside in AC dining hall. Being a die-hard non-vegetarian I loved there 'bhuna-maans' dish, the 'laal-maans' was not as per the expectations. The 'chapatis' coming from 'chulha' directly just elevates the taste of whatever you are eating with. The whole staff is very helpful & courteous in offering their best of service. The place being small, lacks in terms of playing area for kids as you can not roam around being in the middle of a village on either side of the property. They've a marriage lawn nearby but that is separate from the main property to keep a vigil on the kids.
by preeti r on March 13, 2018
by HarinderAnand on February 25, 2018
by Arjit Mani T on February 2, 2018
by MillieBee on January 6, 2018
by Eggbeth on December 2, 2017
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