We requested 2 Super Deluxe Rooms and were given spacious corner rooms 304 and 305.
Room 304 showed a full wall of windows facing the front street and a small, high, side window over the air conditioner. Room 305 had 2 windows, one of which one was a small high window again over the air conditioner. Both windows overlooked a vacant, debris-scattered yard next door; whereas the bathroom window overlooked the garden restaurant. The windows kept most of the night noises at bay with one exception; several rather loud dogs and cats in the vacant lot made sleeping, during the wee hours of the morning, somewhat of a challenge.
The rooms and linens were clean. Most of the ambience in our rooms was provided by the decorated ceiling. The furniture, wardrobe (with hangers), desk, coffee table, two slatted chairs and night tables were low grade but functional. Two beds pushed together provided a king width with double length. Room 305’s bed was ultra-firm (dare we say ‘hard’), while 304’s bed was firm, comfortably so. We glanced into some of the other rooms which seemed smaller in size but more flattering in their décor.
The food from the kitchen (open to view from the garden) was good, reasonably priced (for tourist accommodations) and the staff most pleasant. We were never rushed and enjoyed the garden with its peacocks and birds for eating, lounging and meeting other guests.
Om Sharma, is particularly good at seeing guest’s concerns are handled in a timely manner. Wifi throughout the property was intermittent but bringing it to the attention of Om usually had it working again in short order. There is a wifi router on each floor which reaches most rooms. Room 304, tucked around a corner, had some difficulty with reception. Hotel Anuraag Villa has a computer room for guests as well. We used the laundry services and found them most satisfactory although it is best to make your own list to double check. Front desk staff was more than willing to arrange transportation to and from the hotel, however, we found negotiating on the street less expensive and relatively easy to do; even for making arrangements for next day pickups.
We want, particularly, to thank Hotel Anuraag Villa for allowing us to stay on (in the garden and main floor lounge) until we were ready to catch the overnight train to Udaipur.
Overall we were very pleased with our stay at Hotel Anuraag Villa and feel it offers good value to those visiting Jaipur.
The corner rooms appeared to offer more space, but do not have as flattering a decor as others we pe...
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