Rathi Palace is not a palace at all.
on Jan 5, 2019
It's an average hotel. Rooms are small & very compact though geyser is available 24hr. Commode system toilet is an advantage. Complimentary breakfast is available but quite uncertain---it depends on the whims of the hotel manager/owner. For example at Rs.1000/- per night stay we got complimentary breakfast but on our return from Jodhpur we were denied of that facility though we paid Rs.1500/- per night. The owner is unscrupulous. He generated a bill by putting Rs.1300/- as room rent, then added GST and SGST. When the total came out to be Rs.1456, he refused to pay me the balance Rs.44/- . As I raised a question on this issue, the owner generated a new bill by changing the room rent to Rs.1344/-......an instant duplicacy on the spot.......I disliked their honesty & transparency.... So the future boarders should be aware of this kind of transaction..... They were not customer friendly....Tourists, sometimes, need the help of the hotel owner & his staff.....
on Jun 23, 2018
If you want to stay in Jaipur within normal range of hotel, than hotel rathi palace would be a good choice. Stayed many times amazing experience and you will love to be here as all eateries are nearby.
poor service and hospitality
on Dec 31, 2017
congested rooms with dirty beds and blankets and dirty bathrooms.i think it's not safe for girls as used for wrong work.not upto mark.i am suggesting not to go for this hotel.photos and real is quite different.
on May 31, 2017
I visited after booking online this hotel. But after visiting i found that room & bathroom was congested & small. As i was thankful that i booked it for only 1 day. Next day i left room & went to other hotel.
But it was a low price hotel. Recommended for person staying for 1day.
Unwelcoming, miserable, unhelpful, spiteful...
on Dec 17, 2016
First the room: a little bit grubby and sheets not fresh as evidenced by the child's drawing on them... And very noisey with major bus terminus outside. No wifi provided at all. But bed's were comfy and hot water worked (bucket shower).
The people, however, are what makes this our worst stay in India. They were rude, stand-offishness and completely unhelpful for our whole stay. We tried to build some rapport by having a chat and a joke with them but every time got sneered at and treated with complete disregard. At check out we asked if we could store our luggage until our train that evening but got a flat 'no' with no apology or explanation. Didn't receive a single 'namaste', 'hello', 'good morning' etc for whole stay, for that matter.
Don't stay here, unless you enjoy being treated like a piece of dirt for 3 days...