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Pearl Palace Heritage - The Boutique Guesthouse
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Reviewed April 29, 2014 via mobile

Off-season discount on an already affordable luxury housing in Jaipur. Custom rooms with good AC, nice bathrooms, and a generally clean environment.

The adjecent restaurant, Peacock, offers great local and continental dishes for reasonable prices. Free transport from PP to restaurant by tuk-tuk.

Stayed: April 2014, traveled with friends
Thank Globetrotterwestern
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Reviewed April 24, 2014

Couldn't believe our luck when we arrived at the Pearl Palace Heritage, tired and grubby from a long rail journey. We were in the Indus Room and it was truly gorgeous - original artwork, huge bed, sofa, minibar and amazinf walk in shower and luxury bathroom. All this for £22 a night! Excellent laundry service and free tuk-tuk to sister hotel's restaurant. Food there very good and served on a lovely rooftop garden. We ate there two nights running as it was so good. Staff were friendly and professional. This place is amazing!

  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank colandjan
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Reviewed April 21, 2014

We arrived late at night, but were greeted by the friendly staff and showed the facilities -
We were in the Nilumber room (Blue Sky) and the room was themed as such - with exquisite painted paisley ceiling and mirrored walls and a bed big enough for an entire family! The bathroom was simply gorgeous with huge power shower, constant hot water and luxurious sink and wardrobe space.
The room itself has satellite tv with hundreds of channels for Western and Indian visitors, full free wifi and even a computer in your room! Tea and coffee facilities are free and there are plenty of payable snacks in the mini bar... and book swap outside the door!
Laundry service was very good and affordable for travelers and the breakfast that was delivered to your door was lovely. Masala tea is fully recommended!
No restaurant in house, but free transport or a 5-minute walk to the Pearl Palace Hotel up the road where an incredible multi-level roof-top setting with beautiful lighting and interesting props surround you. Dessi the waiter gets a huge mention here for recommending the Bhurwan Aloo tandoori potato option!! Complete with huge kingsfishers and its own gift shop, this place was a real treat.
Fully recommend for anyone looking to stay in Jaipur, only RS200 from the city centre.

Room Tip: Book in advance - each room is different so cant recommend a specific one!
  • Stayed: April 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 19, 2014

Another fantastic stay at Pearl Palace Heritage, this time in the amazing Jaisalmer room. I've now stayed in all the rooms here and am looking forward to the opening of the next floor with its amazing Ladakh, Mughal and Desert themed rooms. Keep up the good work Satinder!

Room Tip: There really isn't much to choose between - there really are no bad rooms here!
  • Stayed: April 2014, traveled solo
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Thank Yorkie1970
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Reviewed April 18, 2014

The Pearl Palace Heritage Guesthouse is indeed a pearl. I was there with friends, and we all loved it. It impressed me all the artwork displayed on the wall, the artistic building and the rooms: espacious and rich. The service in the restaurant was a little slow and that day a bit confusing, but we got every dish all right. At night, the courtyard seemed a little unsafe, but it was only perception. I will come back with my family! Each area of the hotel is a treasure!

  • Stayed: February 2014
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1  Thank Nelson C
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