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Sun, 23 Dec – Mon, 24 Dec (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Near Varah Ghat Choti Basti, Pushkar , 305001 | Show on Map
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Located near the Pushkar Lake (1 km), Hotel Sai Baba Haveli is accessible from the Marwar Bus Stand (1 km).This haveli in Pushkar has 40 rooms. It is spread across 3 floors. Each room has bottled drinking water and attached bathroom with hot and cold running water and toiletries.Guests can avail of laundry and 24-hour room service.
This Pushkar haveli has a backup generator. It provides 24-hour front desk assistance.Hotel Sai Baba Haveli provides free airport transfers to its guests. It is located at a distance of 3 km from the Pushkar Terminus Railway Station and 149 km from the Jaipur International Airport.
Major attractions include the Sri Raghunatha Swamy Temple (0.5 km), Varaha Temple (0.1 km) and Brahma Temple (1 km).
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Non Ac 1st Floor
by RLauraPark on December 26, 2017
We mistakenly thought that as one of the owners of this guesthouse is European, it may have more reasonable standards of cleanliness than most guest houses in India. We were wrong. In our private bathroom (we stayed in 2 different rooms) the toilet seat was broken off the toilet and resting against the wall. So staff either knew it was broken and didn't bother to fix it before we took the room, or they hadn't entered the bathroom since the last guests had left. It was not fixed even after I requested. The toilet itself was encrusted with chunks and looked as though it had never been cleaned. Someone had previously had bad diarrhoea, and the evidence of this was dried up and splattered around the toilet and on the wall behind the toilet. The pipes are covered in slime and mould. The bathroom is completely tiled and these tiles were covered in a thick layer of orange slime which stuck to the feet and was very slippery. I ended up using the guest houses cleaning products to clean the slime up myself. It took about 3 minutes. So I can only guess that it hadn't been cleaned by staff due to sheer laziness. The sink was in equally poor condition, and again only took me a minute to clean with bleach and a scrubbing brush. So I have no idea why staff couldn't do this before. We never had hot water. The boilers can be turned off by the room next door to you, but staff never warn anyone of this. Our sheet and pillows seemed as if they had been washed recently, but were so covered in permanent stains from yellow/blue/red paint, black oil/grease and sweat marks, that they should have been thrown away (or at least bleached?). The staff here were wonderfully friendly, but it drives me crazy that travellers cant even expect to receive the most basic standard of hygiene. There were plenty of staff around at all times. Enough that one of them could have taken time to properly clean rooms. I don't expect 5* standards for cheap prices, but I do expect that the last guests vomit will have been cleaned away before I move in. I can only imagine other guests have given this place a good review because of the beautiful building (very old and well decorated) and nice roof top views, or because they are now so used to disgusting Indian guest house conditions, that they have become immune to it! The food is actually really good. If you dare eat here.
by Mandy1426 on February 14, 2017
The rooftop is amazing same as the terrasse! It's not only the view it's the atmosphere! Lovely ppl, great dancers and the fiod is delicious. Our room was pretty and big. The food - amazing. Try the shakshuka! The portion is huge and delicious!
by adidi577 on January 8, 2017
sai baba is a beautiful place to stay and to me was located in the best place in pushkar! if you come for good shopping and going around in the streets all day this is the best place to stay in. sai baba offers good big and clean rooms+ free wifi in every floor (sometimes its not at its best but this is india)a beautiful rooftop i think the best in pushkar maybe...also a nice place downstairs to sit and relaxe with a good book or a big plate of dhall.. ive been there once and im coming back for the second time after 3 years! the big holi festival party is happening just a minute walk from the guesthouse !
by TreyH159 on December 11, 2016
Don't be fooled by the lovely green courtyard and rooftop. We had an awful experience at Sai Baba. The building is falling apart, and our room should have been closed for maintenance. Instead they rented the room to us with no hot water and a leaking water heater, which they claimed was fixed several times during our stay after we waited a ridiculous amount of time for the mechanic to arrive. When I say falling apart, I mean the bathroom was absolutely flooded (a slip hazard at night), rotting with mold, and paint chips falling. The bed was barely standing, and the legs bent and almost collapsed under the weight of one person. We requested help and complained several times, but the staff was barely responsive and didn't seem to care about the fact that our room was almost unlivable. They claimed that no other rooms were available, even though the day before there were three similar rooms unbooked. They made us wait around for the mechanic to arrive on both days of our stay, a total of 6 hours. We were barely able to do anything in Pushkar because we had to deal with their incompetence. Eventually they agreed to knock off a paltry 50 rupees from the price. Pathetic. Really good breakfast food at the restaurant, but absolutely horrible experience and will be warning everyone to avoid this place!
by AllyPreston2016 on April 14, 2016
My friend and I were blessed enough that after a horrendous sleepless 15 hour bus ride from rishikesh, we asked a tuk tuk driver to take us to a decent and cheap place to stay. At this point I would have been happy with any bed with a roof over to get some shut eye...but when we were shown to the Maharani room on the top floor of Sai baba, we couldn't believe our luck. Our room was huge with a beautiful balcony that looked over Pushkar, and the shared spaces and courtyard covered in flowers and drenched in beautiful sunlight - we felt like princesses! The friday gypsy dance night was really an awesome experience with fantastic food, and of course the staff were more than helpful. Although some items on the menu weren't available, when we ordered porridge, one of the men (whom I assumed ran it) said proudly to my friend: 'I will make you the very best porridge! Every day I will make you the best ever porridge! ' They were just lovely. Wifi didn't work in our room but I think that is because we were right at the very top (some 5 or 6 staircases up!) but it worked everywhere else. Overall I highly recommend staying here and catching the weekend Gypsy night, and if you can - get the Maharani room!
by romerun on April 20, 2015
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