We Spent 2 nights at the Desert Tulip hotel in a recent trip at Rajasthan.
The rooms are large and comfortable. However we did not have hot water. The management keeps the boiler on 35 deg. C in order to save and our room was far from the boiler so the water were cold. In addition in one out of the two rooms the air-conditioner did not cool.
The staff was very kind and moved us to a suite. There we found that we need to alert the management 15 minutes before taking a shower so that they will increase the boiler temperature to the correct level for taking a shower….
There is an open pool-but the water is green and contains mosquito eggs.
Breakfast was dull.
Wi-Fi worked only in the lobby.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Desert Tulip Hotel & Resort, an imposing sandstone wonder,. Synonymous with romance, chivalry, culture and natural beauty stands as an oasis of warmth and hospitality. The intricately dexterous carving on the yellow sand stone, the hallmark of great local craftsmen, blends tradition with contemporary elegance. The arched corridors running in front of the 64 well appointed rooms gives you the majestic feel of the past. The rooms are equipped with all modern amenities and elegant decor. The quiet and peaceful atmosphere of the beautifully landscaped gardens surrounding the pool, lends itself to a mystical and magical evening with traditional dances and the rustic music by local artists, a rare glimpse into the rich culture of rural Rajasthan. ... more less
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