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Wed, 28 Mar – Thu, 29 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Dhibapara, Jaisalmer , 345001 | Show on Map
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Accessible from Jaisalmer Railway Station (2 km), Hotel Siddhartha is a budget accommodation in Jaisalmer. Rani Ka Mahal is 1 km from the property. Hazel free stay is offered to its patrons.
This property has total 8 well-kept rooms.
Conveniences available for the guests are attached bathroom with hot/cold running water, shelf to keep belongings, comfortable bed and telephone. This accommodation offers 24-hour front desk assistance to its guests.
Round the clock room service is also provided within the premises. Hotel Siddhartha can also be reached from Jaisalmer Airport (13 km) and Jaisalmer Border Security Forces Bus Stand (4 km). Tourist attractions located nearby are Desert National Park (46 km), Jaisalmer Fort (1 km) and Patwon Ki Haveliyan (1 km).
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by Anna T on January 10, 2018
Hotel Siddhartha is a small and welcoming place and the staff are amongst the nicest people I have met. We were welcomed warmly and made to feel at home immediately. Once you have climbed the may steps to the roof top there is the most amazing view over the new town in one direction and the fort, including the exquisite Jain Temple (it's only 100m from the hotel) in the other. Here delicious breakfast,snacks, lunch and dinner is always available. The hotel staff arranged everything from a taxi to Jodhpur to an amazing camel safari which included an intimate dinner under the stars. We were even taken on a tour of the beautiful old haveli and told the history of the town with genuine love and enthusiasm. I can't thank Hotel Siddhartha enough for making our stay in this unique town even more special. Hopefully, one day, we will visit again!
by lillypi1973 on January 4, 2018
Good location, nice room. Hot water discontinuous but you can always have a bucket of it.Rooftop restaurant with nice view of the horizon. Avoid the room under the kitchen, because pretty noisy!food not bad.
by Parag D on December 18, 2017
Stayed in hotel Siddhartha with family for two days. Teju the owner is a wonderful man. polite and very decent. He came to pick us up from the Jaisalmer railway station around 5 in the morning while it was pitch dark. On arrival at the fort, where the hotel is located he along with his brother Babu(who drove us from the station) pulled our luggage and carried to the hotel. We were overwhelmed by this gesture. The rooms as well as the wash rooms weer very clean. From the roof top restaurant we could see the sun rising with full glory. The view from the was awesome.The hotel is very near the Palace and the Jain Temple. In the afternoon Babu drove us to the desert camp. On arrival we were greeted with a cup of tea. We enjoyed the desert safari with jeep and camel rides. Enjoyed the twilight period over the Thar Desert. Rajasthani Artists rendered beautiful folk songs followed by dance items by female artists .Babu was very helpful and is a nice boy. Food was nice at the camp. Overall an awesome experience with Teju and Babu and it was trip to remember for lifetime. The food at the Hotel Siddhartha was very good.
by Chen T on October 20, 2017
We stayed there before we went to the camel safari, and when we came back the owner gave us 2 rooms for a rest and a shower and didn't ask anything in return. The restaurant is great and the rooms are basic but nice. Extremely cheap. Only con: no windows facing outside in the basic rooms, only to the corridor, but it was surprisingly not a problem.
by Beatriz S on September 26, 2017
We didn't stay in the hotel but had a couple of drinks in the rooftop restaurant. Even that was around noon the wind was blowing and you couldn't feel the heat and the views were spot on The lemon lassi was incredibly tasty!! Plus the man working there (so so so sorry I forgot your name) was very friendly. As you can see in the menu cover, they cooked everything with mineral water Thanks so much for explaining us about the Jain religion and how complicated India is and all your tips. We had an amazing time chatting to you.
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