Laxmi Palace - a Heritage Home3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This was my third time visiting Jaipur in two years and I have stayed at Laxmi Palace every time. All of the staff are pleasant and helpful. Sharma-ji and Subhash are so very kind and generous that I feel like I am visiting with friends. I look forward to seeing them on my trips and am sad to say goodbye when it is time to go. The hotel is in a quiet location that is easily accessible to many tourist attractions. The hotel staff will help you arrange for a car or even just to flag down a rickshaw. I also enjoy just sitting in the small garden listening to and sometimes catching sight of the peacocks that live in the surrounding area. The rooms are comfortable and have the most beautiful painted details on the ceilings. The room service is always hot and delicious with generous servings. They are very accommodating to special requests as well. If you are looking for a quiet, comfortable atmosphere as a solo traveller or a family, I highly recommend staying here.
Since we stayed only 1 night and that too with a late check in and early check out- cannot give a detailed review. Although we had a late check in , there were no issues since we had called up and informed them. Check out could have been more efficient- the front office staff could do with a little more training. Room size is OK - the bathroom was massive by current standards. Housekeeping standards are OK - not too bad and not too good. The best thing is location - close to railway station and bus stand. However due to the adjacent ongoing construction, it could be a little hard to find.
Whilst the building from the outside is interesting, the inside is dated and in need of a lick of paint. The junior staff were very warm and friendly and welcoming, but having the same guy serving in the restaurant who brings in the bags and seems to be the night watchman, it felt he was somewhat over worked. Seeing that he also slept in the reception area was also a little disappointing in terms of their use of Human Resources and respect of employees especially when he was just about the most charming aspect of our stay. The management were less welcoming. Having not used their free railway station pick up service on arrival my request to have a free drop off at the station on our departure was declined. This meant that my 77 year old mother and her 75 year old cousin had to wait in the chilly morning air for fifteen minutes whilst the same hardworking waiter/chef/night-watchman/bell-boy/gardener had to find us a taxi. Needless to say, I wouldn't use this hotel again and I wouldn't describe it as a true heritage hotel either. Soiled linen, dirty marks on the walls and very noisy rooms with no sound proofing at all made for a somewhat uncomfortable three nights.
the hotel is well situational within jaipur meaning you're never too far from anything(30mins from the airport on a good day) and the rooms on the ground floor were quite spacious, the beds especially comfortable. the fromt desk were fairly helpful in arranging day tours and taxis, and the breakfasts were reasonable too. however an issue arised on our second visit( which was for a day) in which the rooms smelt fairly bad and the bathrooms even worse. the AC's on the first floor werent as powerful considering the outside heat and generally felt a lot less spacious. however the best part of this hotel has to be the hospitality of the people working there, and the lengths they go to keep you comfortable.
The best thing about this place was its staff, very helpful and mannered. We stayed in the room named SAHIBA. I just wish that a bit could be spent to maintaining the hotel a bit. The rooms were clean though. The bathroom had the bath tub and shower. A new building adjacent to the hotel is under construction and I hope that one would be a bit more modern in providing the amenities. But it was fine staying here for one night only. We reached quite late and left just after breakfast so obviously didn't care more about the stay. If on a budget vacation this is perfect.
I visited on 3rd march on my way back to Mumbai from Khatu shyamji. We just wanted a decent room go night stay only as we had a flight to catch early morning. On TripAdvisor we saw this hotel and booked it through agoda at rs 1400/- At this rate the hotel is above aur expectations. Decent and clean. Food is also good But nothing like heritage property as hotel people claim. Overall good.
Overall its was a nice experience at Laxmi Palace , Centrally located hence easy to go out . Service was really good , Food was good . Also I forgotten my one of the imp thing at Hotel room , they are so kind to parcel this back to home .which is really highly appreciated
This is a quaint family run hotel in a quiet area, yet close enough to the main thoroughfares. Due consideration has been paid to the classic Indian decor and the rooms. The staff are very helpful, making our stay enjoyable. Would definitely stay again.
The hotel is a old bungalow that has been renovated. Situated just off the main road of a bus station, the hotel has a homely feel. The place is clean and staff are friendly and helpful in ensuring guests have a comfortable stay. Mention should go to Deepesh and the friendly Subahash who went out of their way in giving us advice on moving around Jaipur and the service in the hotel restaurant. All in all if you are looking for a homely and friendly place to stay in Jaipur this is a recommended hotel
Although the name of this property is so given that the property looks like a palace, but in reality it is not a palace at all. Our two days venture at Jaipur while staying in this property seems to be average. The left hand side portion of this property is still being constructed as an extension of this property. The beds were decorated with rajasthani culture. We tried to open the wooden wardrobe to keep our belongings safe inside but we failed to open it and later we realized that the wardrobe has been permanently locked. The staffs were good and cooperative. Two boys were deployed for providing room services and these boys are seems to be below 18 yrs of age. Restaurant & kitchen are being maintained by only one person and his role is both as a chef as well as a waiter. It has to be mentioned that the foods are good in this restaurant. Chicken items are being served in this restaurant. Toilet is neat n clean and quite spacious and anybody can feel comfortable when they get into it.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free valet and self parking
- Onsite dining
- Business center
Located in Bani Park, Laxmi Palace - a Heritage Home is within 2 miles (3 km) of sights such as Heaven-Piercing Minaret and Tripolia Bazar. This 3-star hotel has 17 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free valet parking. It's in central Jaipur and also close to City Palace and Birla Auditorium.
Enjoy a bite to eat at Manuhar, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All 17 individually decorated accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect wired Internet, free WiFi, and 42-inch LCD TVs with cable channels. Select Comfort beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, designer toiletries, and slippers. Minibars, free newspapers, and free local calls are other standard amenities.
Guests of Laxmi Palace - a Heritage Home enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and coffee in a common area. Free valet and self parking are available—or if you're not driving, take the shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available on request) for INR 500.00 per vehicle. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a computer station, free newspapers, and a terrace.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
85% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 431 reviews