Golden Haveli

Opposite Nagar Palika, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Opposite Nagar Palika, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Haveli Jaisalmer

    Reviewed by eddim

    A little piece of Heaven

    Reviewed Feb 17, 2013
    by (44 reviews) Toronto , Canada Flag of Canada

    This is a great spot to come to for a few days. Large, beautiful clean rooms, great food, helpful staff and they were just finishing up the new pool when I was there that looked really inviting. The owner will arrange camel safari in the desert for you. A great experience you should not miss.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Haveli Jaisalmer

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

    Camel time!

    A travel blog entry by paulfeeney on May 14, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the desert landscape all around. There's also the famous Havelis, which are elegantly carved stone doorways and window screens. The craftsmanship is some site considering the tools and the conditions they would have had to work. But without doubt the highlight was the Jain Temples that are the most amazing marble carvings I've ever seen, they're said to be some of the best in the world.
    The aul belly's were starting to rumble so we got talked into dinner in a half ...

    India - Jodhpur & Jaisalmer

    A travel blog entry by gazburn on Nov 02, 2013

    28 photos

    ... gave us a chance to walk around the city. It is not until you remove the people and the traffic that you realise how filthy India actually is. With rubbish piled high on street corners and sewage flowing freely down the road it is remarkable how people cope with it. It is such a shame when you consider the remarkable buildings which line Indian streets. The other thing you notice when no one is about is the sheer number of cows walking around town. Cows are a holy animal in ...


    A travel blog entry by bogdan88 on Apr 19, 2013

    20 photos

    ... during this time, my body thought it would be a good time to bring on a bit of diarrhea. Of all the bloody places! Once the temperature got slightly more bearable, we left and headed towards our camp for the evening. Just like the night before we were treated to another beautifully clear sky filled with stars. That night we were constantly awoken and scared witless by a pack of howling wild dogs that were sniffing about our camp and our beds in search of food. On the final day ...

    City in the desert

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 19, 2013

    10 photos

    ... along to the wedding! In the doorway of most houses there is a small collection of chillis and limes hanging on a string. This is apparently to keep away all the evil spirits. Leaving the fort we went in tuk tuks. Racing through the tiny, narrow streets. Almost bumping into people, walls and cows. These streets were apparently used for the filming of the James Bond octopussy film. This town is just so pretty. Many of the buildings have incredibly ornate doors, ...

    HappyHolidays, No HappyHavelis, Xmas In Jaisalmer

    A travel blog entry by wadirunner on Dec 25, 2012

    ... if i had to.

    Anyhow at bfast on the breezy & slightly chilly hotel rooftop this Xmas day morning there were a few Merry Xmas greetings from the handful of diners up and about. I had to change room after bfast but only door down so not a biggie. Then I headed out to see the Jain temple complex in the fort. As I may have said yesterday, Jaisalmer's fort is a living fort, a mini - town if you will with some 3,000 permanent residents, swelled by tourists who stay ...