We stayed at Haveli Heritage in October 2012, and it was one of our trip highlights.
Rajiv and family were welcoming and very informative. We stayed for only one night - arriving early one day, dropping bags and then catching the bus to Pushkar. This was an ok experience, but not the 'spiritual' place we were expecting. We were glad to be able to return to Ajmer at the end of the day. The owner was keen to point out to us some of the local highlights, including an out of town newly built temple (accessed by tuc-tuc, or taxi). It was phenomenal, and well worth the visit - thanks to Rajiv for helping us experience that.
As mentioned in other reviews, the home cooked food is excellent, and came with interesting conversation with the owner about Indian history, culture and society. Although the bathroom standard wasn't high, it was similar to other rooms we stayed in across the country.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Haveli is a 140 year old property, in the heart of the city, with large rooms and high ceilings. A great ambiance and 2 large courtyards. Very quiet and serene atmosphere, home cooked food and a comfortable stay. The Haveli has been the HQ for the Indian National congress in the pre-independence era, and have had renowned people like Mahatma Gandhi and Maulana Azad stay there. ... more less
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