Mandore Guest House

Address: Mandore Guest House Dadawari Lane, Near Mandore Garden, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342006, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Mandore Guest House Dadawari Lane, Near Mandore Garden, Jodhpur, is near Meherangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, and Chittaurgarh Fort.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsMandore Guest House Jodhpur

          Reviewed by momentsintime

          Wonderful time spent here

          Reviewed Mar 12, 2015
          by (59 reviews) Ottawa , Canada Flag of Canada

          We stayed here for one night while on a tour. Our room was comfortable and clean. The food was excellent. We had a wonderful time here in this spa kind of retreat.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Mandore Guest House Jodhpur

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

          Horse riding clothes !

          A travel blog entry by robinstride on Nov 12, 2015

          33 photos

          <b><u>Pre Blog</u></b>   We take a ride across the desert to Rajasthan's second-largest city, the busy and chaotic Jodhpur (approx 6 hrs).  Jodhpur is known for its antique shops and the best lassi in India. And yes, it is where those famous trousers come from. We explore the colossal Mehrangarh Fort and take in …

          Going back to rural Rajasthan

          A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Aug 04, 2015


          ... would spar for one of your spare hands, try to swing from your arms and tap your shoulders to get you to notice them. One girl touched my umbrella with curiosity and I opened it for her - this resulted in a chorus of excited squeals as kids ran over and pushed each other away for a chance to stand under it. I was honestly surprised as it almost seemed as though they had never seen an umbrella before - a couple of very young children motioned for me to do it again and ...

          The Wonders of Rajasthan

          A travel blog entry by aviva88 on Sep 22, 2014

          4 comments, 15 photos

          ... we were expecting but pleasantly comfortable in the end. Basically, try to imagine a double decker bus but instead of an entirely separate upper deck, there are ladders up to individual sleeping compartments with sliding glass doors on both the interior and exterior sides of the bus. The floor of the compartment is slightly padded and covered in cloth and curtains keep you nice and enclosed in your own private world. At first, we worried about ...

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          A travel blog entry by nickwheatley on Apr 21, 2014

          14 photos

          ... their homes and sat us down, only to try to sell us henna and jewelry (tricky...). We learned that when women get married they have to wear several items to show that they are taken such as: bangles (usually red in color), a sari (the half-shirt and dress that most women here wear), a bindi on their forehead, a piercing in their nose, and finally red chalk along their part line. And they wear all of this every day. What do Indian men wear ...

          Jodhpur - recharge

          A travel blog entry by osloanagain on Feb 16, 2014

          36 photos

          ... and sleep in the desert for two nights. We're excited about it. Thoughts so far. We love being here. We're cutting Sri Lanka out after numerous suggestions from people. We think we'd overextend ourselves otherwise. India has too much to see and do that it would be silly. Deciding where and when to go is liberating. Staying put for a few days allows you more freedom. You get to know a place, the people and most importantly it allows you to relax. Until the next ...