Hotel Nachana Haveli
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nachana Haveli Jaisalmer
good, though very slow restaurant service
excellent rajasthani food, a great terrace seating.
the haveli is beautiful, a must-visit in Jaisalmer
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The long awaited Camel Safari was not due to leave till 2:30 so we spent the morning (strangely enough) exploring the fort and city palace, this time at Jaisalmer. Unusually, the Fort at Jaisalmer is still lived in by up to a 1000 local people who occupy small apartments in the maze like streets. Like Jodhpur, the city palace offers an English …
The skyline of Jodhpur is dominated by the impressive cliff top fort, Maharangah, historically a totally impregnable construction. Canonball holes could be seen in the walls near one of the entrances. At the gate are the handprints of the maharani taken prior to sati, their sacraficial deaths to enable them to accompany the maharajas into the …
Old Delhi Station seemed dirty,grimy and over crowded in the evening. It was a tuff war to manage a less-than-enough place to sit and settle my luggage as we waited for the train to arrive in the platform! " "Good lord... ! are all these people travelling to Jaisalmer"??...my mind said as .I stood amazed and quite irritated with the …
... on her camera, but works fine on mine. You should see the looks on peoples faces when you disappear for a couple of minutes and come back with a photo of them! Priceless! Spent the rest of the afternoon just walking around the bazaar looking at the leatherwork and other things. Ended up buying a small backpack made of camel leather. An early dinner and early bed was on the ...
... were nowhere near as many people trying to offer us various tours etc. The hotel was very authentic, a converted home in the old city, the houses in this area are all blue & historically owned by the 'Brahmin' community. They used to use a copper sulphate on the exterior walls of the house to keep away insects and termites, obviously after a while oxidisation took place and turned the walls blue. You can see this from the picture attached. The family from Jaipur had ...