Golden Haveli

Address: 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

      Days 34-36 The Desert!

      A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on Oct 28, 2014

      Day 34-36, Jaisalmer We arrived at Jaisalmer about 6/7 that evening. This is the closets city to the Pakistani border and has the only habited forte! The next day we had a free morning to explore the city so we took a wonder. The temperature is around 40+ degrees!!! si's not feeling too hot, has a chest infection so is on the antibiotics, still …

      Forts, camels, deserts and stars

      A travel blog entry by bevbag on Dec 19, 2013

      22 photos

      ... it was time for a red wine and for me to perform my allotted duties. We all had a few puffs and a little cookie and spent the rest of the evening chatting smoking and laughing, lot's and lot's of laughing. Because the Indian couple were with us we found conversation with the camel drivers was much much easier. Later in the evening Sandai offered the remaining camel driver a puff or two which he declined. However it did prompt his to tell a story of a tourist who had smoked too, ...

      Supersize sandcastle and terrific temples

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Nov 09, 2013

      15 photos

      ... us and we can hear the priests singing and bells chiming. We go to explore further. First stop, the Jain temples, a series of seven yellow sandstone buildings, all intricately carved. Chandraprabhu Temple, the main one, dates back to 1509 and is dedicated to the moon. The narrow streets are thronging with sightseers of all nationalities but chiefly Indians who can barely contain their excitement. We purchase our tickets and as custom dictates, we remove our ...

      Going To Pakistan

      A travel blog entry by rhodri27 on Jun 29, 2013

      1 comment, 84 photos

      We got a bus from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer which took around 6 hours. It was pleasant enough and did the job so i cant complain. One last thing about Jodhpur is if you are in the area please visit the Omlette Man it was fantastic we ended up going there 3 times it was that good and he was a lovely guy.

      Once we arrived in Jaisalmer we got a tuk tuk to our gueshouse Tokyo Palace, the first night there was 5 of us in a dorm with a fan that barely worked, ...

      A Series of Unfortunate Events

      A travel blog entry by jhalpin14 on Apr 24, 2013

      7 photos

      ... me feel like I'd gone a few rounds with Mike Tyson, I spent my time on the safari doing my best David Attenborough impression about inevitably not seeing any tigers and listening to an Australian man moan about how much he hates India and can't wait to be back in Brisbane. So not overly successful. From there we headed towards Jaipur, stopping on the way at the Monkey Temple, where we were guided around by George of the Jungle's much older, Indian cousin. He called himself ...