Since this wasn't our first visit to Jaisalmer, I first thought there would be problems when we got a nice clean double room for only 200rs. So we prepared our selves for hassle about camel safari. But we were totally wrong. Alex, Aladin, Fathan(?) and the rest of the staff were so nice to everyone and really seemed to like what they were doing.
Off course they have Camel Safaris, but you will have to ask them.
Also, a nice place attracts nice visitors, so thanx everybody for a really pleasant couple of days.
The food is quite good, but it is a good idea to order the food before you get hungry, cause you'll have to wait a while.
Ithink the rooms range between 200 and 600rs.
No problem with powerbreaks, nor do they turn off the electricity from the outside (like some other places do).
The onlything I can think of to complain about is the beds, wich are quite hard and a little uncomfy.
On the rooftop there is good space for the kids to play and to relax on. The whole place is quiet and cool.
If we ever make it back to Jaisalmer, there is no soubt about where we will stay.
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