Great view of Amer fort. Average service levels. There was fan in my air conditioned room and also they didn't even provide toilet soap.More
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Great view of Amer fort. Average service levels. There was fan in my air conditioned room and also they didn't even provide toilet soap.MoreShow less
Thanks for leaving us a great review. I on behalf of the management thank you for your support. I look forward to having you over with us soon.
Cheers - Hemant
We spent two nights at the KK Royal - The hotel is surrounded by a large well kept garden. There is a swimming pool, we did not use it. We had a spacious bedroom with an alcove window which gave us a side view of Fort Amber and in the morning we could watch the elefants on their way to the fort. The furnishings all-round were elegant and in very good condition. Aircondition functioned well. There was a safe. The bathroom was a good size and the fittings were in order. Complementary: two small bottles of water, facilities to make tea or coffee. On the evening of our arrival we had dinner in the hotel. The food was very good, spicy but not too hot. The next evening we had dinner in a nearby restaurant. The buffet breakfast was good. The staff was competent, very friendly and helpful. We thoroughly ejoyed our stay in this hotel.
hi - we love your compliments about our hotel and appreciate your response. Look forward to having you over again for a stay at KK Royal Hotel & Convention Centre. Cheers.
I stayed at this hotel on 13/11 and 14/11, travelling with my wife as part of a 48 person group, plus guides. When we arrived we saw a number of army type tents erected next to the hotel and jokes were made about them being our sleeping accomodation. We were then amazed to be told that the hotel was short of rooms and that 6 of the tents would be allocated to our party instead of rooms !!! Unfortunately, as all other accomodation in Jaipur was full we were forced to accept this and a number of members of our party volunteered to use the tents. No compensation was offered, other than free drinks in the restaurant, which offer was not communicated to the waiters, which led to some unpleasantness. Later that evening, when I was at reception to change some currency, I heard the receptionist telling a caller that accomodation was available in the hotel for that night. I was led to the conclusion that members of large groups were being decanted into the tents in order to generate rooms for short notice individual bookings at higher prices. Interestingly, the tents were not just erected for our group - they had been used before our arrival and continued in use when we were leaving.
Apart from that, the hotel appeared generally OK - the public rooms were smart and comfortable although the bedrooms had thin walls and we were wakened in the early hours by alarm calls to neighbouring rooms. The food was poor - each day there was a variation of a "chicken" curry, which while it consisted of white meat was on large gristly bones ie it was from some sort of mammal. Vegetarian options were bland and boring. My wife developed a stomach infection while staying here which spoilt the rest of our holiday.
I would advise anyone booked to this hotel to ascertain that their booking for a room was going to be honoured rather than being put in a tent.
A travelling companion and I stayed in the KK Royal Days Hotel Jaipur on the nights of 6th. & 7th. March 2006, as our last nights in India. This hotel is a member of the Days Inn chain. As we had been very displeased with the Abhay Days Inn hotel in Jodhpur, we had misgivings before arriving at the Jaipur hotel, but our bookings were already in place. The KK Royal Days Hotel is a long way out of Jaipur, about 13 km. and a 30 minute drive. We had our own car and driver, and the hotel is a suitable choice only if you have assured personal transport. But it is on the road between Jaipur and Delhi and close to Amer and Jaigarth Forts. The hotel is built on spacious grounds, set well back from the roadway, and is clean and well maintained. But we encountered problems at check-in, when we were shown to a room with one double bed. As we were two heterosexual males travelling together, we had specifically requested a twin bedded room. We were then provided with a suitable alternative room on another floor. But as we were unpacking and settling in, I was telephoned from the front desk with a long list of questions concerning our passports and visas. These details should have been obtained at check-in, when staff had our passports in their hands. And staff at the front desk gave us misleading information when we sought assistance in locating an area of Jaipur in which we were interested. This hotel caters for coach tours. As a consequence, breakfasts and dinners are in a buffet style, and are bland. Breakfast was juice, cornflakes and toast and not much else. There is only one email facility, and I had to wait many hours for it to become available. The pool was not used by me, but appeared to be clean and inviting. A large lounge on the second floor has feature windows from which there are commanding views of the hillside forts. Our bedroom and bathroom were clean and well maintained. As most of our interests were centred in the city of Jaipur, it was an inconvenience to be so far out of the city. While this hotel was immeasurably better than its sister hotel in Jodhpur, I would choose a hotel closer to the city should I travel these parts again.
The hotel is fine with nice clean rooms, the staff pleasent. It's well located between Amber and Jaipur, the garden is pleasant.
Clean and comfortable, but nothing special. Relatively new hotel, built in 2001. Exactly what you would expect from a western Days Inn.