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Station Road, Jodhpur, Jodhpur , 342001 | Show on Map
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Approximately 2 km from the Merti Gate, Taj Hotel has a restaurant on the premises. This property in Jodhpur is accessible from the Jodhpur Railway Junction, which is 0.3 km away. Guests are offered accommodation in six well-maintained and spacious guestrooms.
The rooms are equipped with requisites such as television, seating area, and attached bathroom with hot/cold running water. Along with accommodation, Taj Hotel has various facilities that include front desk assistance for property and area related queries.
Additionally, conveniences such as room service and housekeeping are also provided to the guests. Places of interest include Mehrangarh Fort (Jodhpur Fort) (5 km) and Jaswant Thada (5 km). This property in Jodhpur can be reached from Ratanada Bus Stand (0.5 km) and Jodhpur Airport (5 km).
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by Udit T on March 21, 2018
It's good. This is the place where you would see some antiques like some idols of kings some weapons of their army. You can look out the lifestyle of the kings here and their language tactics and many more ..
by Anant L on January 15, 2017
One of the best Taj Property. People looking for High End fine dining and luxurious experience, nothing can be better than this. Must visit if you are Jodhpur for even few hours. Vintage Collections and antiqutties will leave you awestruck.
by byron6 on November 15, 2016
Built in the style of a grand old hotel, the Taj has a feeling of luxury. The rooms are big and the staff were eager to please. There is a very large swimming pool, and long wide verandahs connecting each wing. We had breakfast overlooking the pool, or was available inside the restaurant. I enjoyed my stay.
by DrifterP on December 28, 2015
Spa in Hotel Got the job done somewhat - but not quite a nice experience. Reasons- 1) her fingers moved way too fast& too harsh, there should be a rhythm to be able to relax. 2) her shoes made too much noise 3) light was too harsh,altogether there were 6 lights on and she didn't offer anything to cover eyes 4) didn't offer towel to cover the body while taking massage. 5) shower facility was there but no hair dryer.
by keith k on June 28, 2015
Honestly - one of the most beautiful hotels that I have ever seen. This place is literally a palace with unmatched ground and views.....but is stops here. We were staying at another Taj hotel and decided to schedule some spa services at the palace so we might preview the hotel for ourselves and a group of business partners that we are hosting in October. Its almost impossible to visit the hotel unless you are a registered guest with three forms of ID and a urine test. I appreciate the security but seriously........ After being greeted by the manager we were escorted to the spa area. Beautiful! I asked to sit by the pool while my girlfriend indulged in the spa treatments. They told me that I was not allowed! After pressing for a manager I was escorted to the pool where I ordered a Coke and asked for internet access. I was then questioned about how I was supposed to pay the bill (since I was not a registered guest) and told that I would not be allowed internet access as I was not a guest. I would have gladly paid for the internet service. We paid for our very average spa services and requested a cab. We waited over half an hour for a cab and finally decided to call our hotel for a pick up - keep in mind that I was staying at a sister hotel where I stay over 20 nights per year. as we left the hotel we passed the taxi parking lot located just outside the gate, there we saw at least ten taxis waiting to be called in. For whatever reason the doorman decided not to call us a taxi after all. It is clear to me that if you are not a hotel guest you are treated like dirt at the Palace. Even though I am Taj fan I cant recommend any hotel that has obviously trained their staff to treat visitors, PAYING visitors I must add, with anything less than the dignity they deserve. This is not a negative review of the entire Taj brand but rather a suggestion to reconsider their top down management strategy as it pertains to how they treat ALL guests. We will seek another hotel for our business conference.
by keith k on June 28, 2015
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