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Near Jain Temples Campus, Tweta Parra, Jaisalmer , 345001 | Show on Map
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Desert Haveli Guest House is close to the Jaisalmer Fort (0.5 km). This guest house in Jaisalmer is at 3 km from the Jaisalmer Railway Station and offers its guests internet access. Spread across 1 floor, the hotel has 6 rooms.
All rooms have TVs, bathrooms, and air conditioners. This Jaisalmer hotel offers laundry, medical, currency exchange, and room services. There is an in-house restaurant and a 24-hour front desk at this guest house.
The guest house can be reached from the Jaisalmer Airport (13 km) and the Touring Bus Stand (1 km). Desert Haveli Guest House operates a travel desk that offers travel-related assistance. A few spots to visit are the Gadisar Lake (2 km), Patwon Ki Haveli (1 km), and Jain Temple (5 km).
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by Charles T on May 6, 2018
This Heveli is superb, traditional, years old and in a great location in the Fort. The rooms are good with air-conditioning and very comfortable. Gafur and Aman, the two brothers who run the place, will go out of their way to help you with anything, including tours of Jaisalmer and out to the desert. Can't recommend this place enough.
on April 5, 2018
Hi there, I simply enjoyed one week at the desert haveli guest house, and would recommend it to uncomplicated travelers with authentic comfort. The golden stone building has a beautiful patina around a tiny inner court and lies in a comfortable and quiet corner of the fort, which it overlooks from the nice rooftop. The room 216 is the largest with original stone walls and wooden roof, a large bed and large bathroom within the declared standard (besides the noisy fan). It was a nice experience for me to be based here: internet connection was good enough to work carefree; otherwise I spent my time visiting around, drinking tea and beer on rooftops, chatting with shopkeepers, slow shopping (in fact, end of March the fort is not crowded). Doshwent is a young honest gentleman who runs his ancient family house with friendly and well mannered care. Gafur and his brother Asam attend guests with breakfast, dinner and all in-between on the rooftop, plus with useful local tips and a camel trip to the dunes with dinner and sleep under the stars. Guests lodging in the house were mostly backpackers or uncomplicated travelers, and well disposed to create a pleasant atmosphere. I would recommend the place and encourage Josh to invest in careful restoration and ecological upgrade of the house which is outright beautiful and very promising.
by MollyWolfe on February 27, 2018
For the price- 700 rupees, we liked our room a lot. Comfortable bed and bathroom was clean, toilet paper was provided. The restaurant was nice with a beautiful view however service was very slow and items overpriced compared with most places we've stayed. Therefore we mostly ventured out for breakfast but would have been nice to take at the hotel. However a few annoyances which could easily be improved mostly in regard to the desert safari- we paid 3000 rupees for an overnight safari. Which consisted of being driven in a jeep which we shared with the 3 other guests with whom we agreed to share our safari (although we were told it would be discounted if we agreed to share our trip as it was "easier" for "everyone"). Then a 40 minute camel trek to some beautiful and quiet sand dunes. We had dinner and helped to wash up, then played on the sand dunes. Unfortunately for one of our party, the experience was less than comfortable due to unwanted advances made by one of the camel drivers. Another issue is that you are pressured to give tip to the camel drivers- and I think after paying 3000 each this is unfair. Blankets were provided but no pillows. Just can't quite see where that 3000 was spent. We then stopped at a gypsy village on the way back to the hotel which was an altogether bizarre experience. We were greeted with many many children who were quite aggressive when we began sharing our sweets and pens. It felt like human tourism which, if wed have known what it would be like, we probably would've been less keen. Part of our discrepancies could admittedly have been avoided if we'd have shopped around more to find a better price for safari. Also my boyfriend was coerced into writing a review there and then when we were checking out- and the manager had already taken it upon himself to rate the hotel 5 stars before handing back my boyfriends phone. This does not make for an honest review as you can't be honest with the hotel manager sat right next to you watching what you write. I am sorry to say these negative things as it was generally okay.
by TravelBumblebee12 on February 22, 2018
The guys at the Desert Haveli are wonderful hosts, that make you easily feel at home. The room was really spacious with a view over the desert- just lovely! There is also an airy roof top restaurant. I would definitely recommend coming here :)
by peter4111 on February 18, 2018
Charming room well decorated the owner Mr. Dushyant vyas very helpful about room and view room with comfi bed clean Wi-Fi bathroom best view from and roof top sun rise was amazing it's like feeling of home here thanks distant cuss and desert haveli guest house team
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