Looking for a place to stay in Sawai Madhopur? Then look no further than Dev Holiday Home, a budget friendly guest house that brings the best of Sawai Madhopur to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Dev Holiday Home makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the guest house, including a 24 hour front desk, shops, and newspaper. As an added convenience, there is free public parking available nearby.
Chamatkar Temple (0.6 mi), located nearby, makes Dev Holiday Home a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Sawai Madhopur landmark.
While staying in Sawai Madhopur, you can check out a popular seafood restaurant like Basant, which is serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Ganesh Temple (0.2 mi), Khandar Fort (0.5 mi), or Ranthambore School of Art (0.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Dev Holiday Home as you experience everything Sawai Madhopur has to offer.
Drove from Gurgaon; Booked through booking.com ; Stayed here on 30th December with family. Not recommended for family. Dirty bed sheets and blankets were provided. We carried our own blankets in our car, so we managed somehow. We got extra bed without bedsheets and the manager charged us ₹ 600/- for that. That was not worthy. We could not use that. Giving 2 stars just because of location as it is easily accessible if you have your own vehicle and one can find options for many restaurants nearby.
After a long train journey we arrived at 1:30 am. The door was locked so we knocked and had to wake the guy who was a asleep on the floor. He was happy to check us in although didn’t speak much English but we managed. The next morning we had to ask for the WiFi to be turned on and realised that they had a 3G box so wasn’t put on unless asked for and even then it wasn’t on for long! We also had to ask for toilet rolls and towels but we were given them eventually. We were helped with our safari by the owner but he charged us 300 rupees to do so.
The whole experience was challenging and one large hassle from the moment of arrival.From offering to collect us,then laying a 300rupees charge on us to cold water for showers,to raising money at every opportunity,by various means.Avoid this place at all costs.
We stood at the Dev Holiday Home for one night and it was a totally rip-off. The owner was unfriendly, woke us up at six o' clock by just entering our room to say we could have some coffee or tea before going to the safari. He charged every single tea in the end without saying it in the beginning. Afterwards we had to wait for one and a half hour so get picked up by to do the safari which was also not recommentable for its price! Also he picked us up at the railway station and charged 300 Rupies in the end! He charged a lot of thing which he did not mentioned in the beginning. The water was cold so we could not have a shower and the wifi was not working. The owner always asked to give tip even if he didn't done anything. In generall I would definetly not recommend this place to stay!…
We arrived by train, they picked us at the station and later charged us 300 rupees without warning us before hand. The same thing happened with the tea and coffee they "offered" us the next morning, then charged 25 rupees whereas it's maximum 10 in the street. The hotel guy entered the room without knocking, he was always asking us for tips and encouraged us to take a safari which was really expensive for what it was. The room was nice and clean but very cold and the electricity was cut off during the night so no hot water the next morning, and there was no wifi.