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Jagat Palace
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Reviewed December 11, 2011

The hotel is clean and comforrtable. The rooms are interestingly furnished with antiques. The hotel itself, despite being in an interesting building, doesn't quite hit it off. Somehow it lacks character. We got the feeling that the staff were learning the ropes and the whole outfit will improve once they are more professional. Reception staff were a bit disinterested compared with other hotels we stayed at in India.
The dining room is particularly uninspiring, almost depressing.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed December 6, 2011

I was impressed with the management of Jagat Palace. None of the usual chaos getting our bags to the right rooms (as was frequently the case during our group's tour of Rajasthan). When we had a problem with something in the room, I phoned reception and someone zoomed up to to help us out. The diningroom was also overseen with professionalism and attentiveness. Only drawback for me was the VERY hard matress. I slept well because I was so tired from an exhausting day of travelling, but it would have been sublime if the bed had been more comfortable.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed December 1, 2011

Beautiful pool, gardens, fountains in the hotel, but rock hard beds, and surly service.
There were no coffe/tea services in the room, which was a pity as we had very early wake-up calls in the morning...but at least it was the one hotel where I could open my windows and walk onto a little balcony!!!
Our tour only spent one night - not sure of its location to the town.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed November 14, 2011

Comfortable rooms and good sleep. Staff polite but lacking the sparkle and friendliness of other hotels in Rajasthan. Some guests hustled out of their rooms by over-officious room checks on the morning of departure. Restaurant very average. Food good but choice limited.

Room Tip: Service seemed to be far better in the restaurant and rooms on the left side of the hotel
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled solo
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Reviewed November 13, 2011

well i knew right from the start this would be the least impressive hotel during our stay in india. we had only booked 5-star hotels and were a bit reluctant about this one. glad to say it was not as bad as we had thought. definitely far better than the horrible 5-star hotel in jaipur. (see my review). the hotel is miles away from the centre but that is not a probem as we had our own driver. our room was a triple # 306. it was basic but nice and clean and had a big bathroom, no TV though. the bed was as hard as a rock and many might find this unbearable but i simply loved it as i'm used to sleeping on hard mattresses back home in italy. the only drawback was the window of the balcony that we dared not open as it was literally covered with pigeons' poo and loose feathers where the birds had nested for years i should say. i really cannot say if the food is good there in the restaurant as we only had bread and plain rice with tea due to a stomach bug we had caught over there. however it is rather expensive as we paid more than € 6 euros per person just for some plain naan bread, a bowl of plain rice and a miserable cup of lemon tea. would we stay there again? probably yes, why not? but no food whatsoever in their restaurant, we would certainly dine somewhere else in pushkar (please bear in mind that as this is a holy town all restaurants are vegetarian only).

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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