on Jan 22, 2020
The service was up to the expectations and i must say it was excellent. And special thanks to the manager on duty Mr.Pradhan and all the staffs who were in the room service.Very good atmosphere with parking facility and amazing view.
on Jan 11, 2020
Me and my wife visited Hotel Sarovar in Udaipur,India. We stayed for 3 nights. They gave us a nice enough room, except the hotel bathroom had a very strong odour of Urine, especially when we are in the shower. It was unbearable smell. One more thing to know when visiting to this hotel is the Cars are not allowed on the street the hotel is on, so make sure you don’t have too much luggage. You also have to find a parking spot for the Car and walk back and forth.
Comfortable stay at Hotel Sarovar
on Jan 10, 2020
we stayed there for 2 days and i just loved the place and surroundings of the hotel. Rooms are clean and equiped with all facilities. View of pichola lake from rooms is really awesome. Buffet breakfast was good and candle light Dinner with music at rooftop restaurant is highlight of this hotel. we enjoyed it very much.Staff is polite and cooperative.
Nice location, but . . .
on Jan 8, 2020
WE chose this hotel based on its location facing Lake Pichola. It was an adventure just getting to the hotel, through narrow streets, crowded with motorcycles. Upon arriving at this "boutique' hotel, we kindly greeted by the staff and shown to our room. On first impression, it was large, the view was beautiful from the little sitting area arranged by the window. The bed was large and fairly comfortable, the linens at bit worn.
The bathroom was small, but typical of Indian bathrooms.
Upon closer inspection we noticed things the were not typically "boutique". After taking a shower, the towel we used on the floor to soak up all the water was black. Evidently, the floor had not been cleaned for some time. There were also dark hairs all over the floor. The towels were shabby and worn. The typical shower amenities inside the shower were obviously used, as the labels were worn.
In the sitting area, we noticed the air conditioner on the outside wall was scotch-taped to seal the draft. The chairs could have used a shampoo.
The free breakfast was served on the roof, (to which there is no elevator) was partly open, to enjoy the view of the lake. On stepping up to the buffet table we noticed that the small electric toaster was just dirty. It obviously hadn't been wiped down for some time, a long time. The offerings were slim, some fresh fruit, cold cereals, toast, if your dared use the toaster, and several hot dishes, all Indian food. Spare at best. The coffee was instant, perhaps that's typical in a boutique hotel? Considering there was a large cappuccino machine on the first floor that sat unused for the 5 days we were there - mabye it was not working?? The table tops were in need of a good scrubbing, as was the floor. The cleanliness factor in this hotel was way below standard.
Overall, the staff were very friendly and helpful. Being in the middle of an unusually cold Indian winter, we were provided with a space heater, upon request.
I would not necessarily say this was a boutique hotel. It was sorely in need of some TLC, even though there was a claim that it had recently been renovated. For $94/night, we expected a little more.
Best lake facing hotel in udaipur
on Jan 5, 2020
The stay with hotel sarovar udaipur is extremely nice & worthy. The services provided by staff is very quick & prompt. Whole staff is very hospitable. I booked lake facing rooms, it gives you a mind blowing view of lake compare to all other hotels in that area. Price range of this hotel is also cheaper compare to other hotels in that area. I will recommend hotel sarovar to everyone. I would love to come back everytime I visit udaipur.