Do Not stay here
on Nov 11, 2017
This hotel is stuck in the seventies and hasn't been maintained (or cleaned) since. The bathroom was very basic and dirty and the furnishings and furniture are very old and dusty. The owner (we think) came across very bossy and when we said we'd be down for breakfast at 8, she rang the room and asked us where we were. The breakfast was basic with no offer of local food. I asked for a hairdryer (as per the website) and an hour later was given the oldest, dirtiest dryer I've ever seen. (See pic). Needless to say I didn't use it. The hotel is next to the main bus station so it was very noisy during the night. Overall I certainly wouldn't stay here again.
Pleasant heritage hotel
on Mar 1, 2017
We spent four nights here. This is a pleasant heritage hotel. Comfortable spacious room and relaxing gardens. Off the main thoroughfare. Quiet location. Hotel had pleasant helpful staff. Good location for visiting the sights.
After a while we refered to it as home
on Feb 25, 2017
Six friends from the UK spent a month here with two side trips away from Jaipur. This hotel is full of character and one of it's strengths is the staff especially the owner Vijay.
We had 3 rooms with a common balcony that served as a drinks meeting place before we ventured forth to a restaurant. Tuk Tuks pass the hotel gate so a trip into town is easy and cheap, most fares are 100RS (£1.03). If the driver is unsure of the destination there was always a member of staff on duty to come out and help interpret. The garden is a very pleasant place to sit especially after breakfast served by the ever happy Ranveer. Monkeys occasionally walk through but we were never concerned about them. We found a park a 10 minute walk away where you can do circuits to keep fit. Rooms do differ in standards however they were comfortable. The bus station is at the back and the noise is not too intrusive but is audible, it became part of the ambience. The train station is close and the hotel arranged transport and trains when we went off to Agra. The pool was out of commission however after sampling the water temperature at the Hilton in Agra I wouldn't have swam anyway. The hotel will provide meals and snacks but there are 3 eating places a walk away. There is a mini supermarket 2 streets away and a grog shop down an alley, also a walk away. Having been to India before and done the 4* hotel to private vehicle to attraction and back to a 4* hotel, this type of living in India and getting to know the locals and how it all works is the way to visit. If you want to base yourself somewhere for weeks I recommend this hotel, it is a little scruffy but full of charm. Thank you Vijay the memories will never fade.
It is not a hotel it is a home
on Jan 29, 2017
That was my first visit in Rajasthan and it was just awesome. I can say that Vijay tge owner of Sugan Niwas made my honeymoon awesome. His hospitality and the other staffs are very very good. I dont have a specific word to express my feelings. Thanks a lot Vijay...
Great Place to stay
on Jan 29, 2017
We stayed here for 3 days with our infant child, the place is small but comfy and the staff are so friendly and courteous like a 5 star hotel. Mr Vijay went out his way to help us and made sure all our requirements were taken care of so that our baby didn't have any issues. There garden is a good place to relax and spend time in the evening. I personally liked the look from the first floor corridor which over looks the palace. I wish we could stay there much longer. would surely come there again when i visit Jaipur.