I, with wife and two grown up children stayed for Nov. 22-28, in Jaipur. As others said, the place is conviniently located opposite Railway Station, but you have to cross a urine-stinking lane very time you approach it or come out.
At the time of our stay, a student group of 50 students, and also a Baarat was staying there making great noises, including leg attacks on room doors. Lound music till late in night and also in mornings was routine. Due to them, genuine tourists had no space at Breakfast and dinner time, cups and cutlery not available and staff was in rotten mood. When attention was drawn, every body passed the buck to higher officers, and we were told that it is a typical govt. hotel.
Many staff at reception and dining hall were found busy playing cards on the computer.
Rooms were dirty. No care no courtsey
Food quality was ordinary