Laxmi Palace - a Heritage Home3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
my stay in this heritage home was a comfortable one. the staff is very helpful and courteous. they gave us warm dinner even though we reached late night (we had called earlier for the food) rooms were nice ..we booked the royal suite ..bathroom was spacious with hot water. breakfast was not very elaborate but yes it was tasty specially the paranthas. the only problem was the location ..its a bit inside from the main road which was difficult to locate. overall my stay was nice..thanks to the manager and the staff. keep up the good work guys...!!
The actual room looked OK the wifi did not work on the second floor and asked staff to help they did nothing only when the owner came did he move us. Ground floor wifi worked fine but far too many ants crawling in through gaps in the door would need some level of pest control and better staff
Stayed here for 2 nights and 2 days, had a beautiful experience. I Would highly suggest this place for family stay. Staff is very helpful and generous, need to work on room service a little apart from that just go for it.
The hotel is located in a decent locality and is near to bus and metro station. It's quaint in a good way. Mr. Vipul helped us plan the our tour in Rajasthan and was friendly and informative. The room was very good and comfortable. The staff were very cordial. It was a very good experience and we felt like visiting again.
Booked this hotel for a 1 day stay with family on phone after Mr. Vipul assured comfortable stay. The property is located at the heart of Jaipur and easily accessible. It has the heritage looks and even the rooms give a royal feeling. The Royal Suite in which we stayed was super sized and had 3 beds and also the bathroom was very big and clean. It has the heritage looks with all modern facilities. Some small efforts have to be put into house keeping though. The staff was very good and also the food (the breakfast has limited menu but tasty). Special thanks to Mr Vipul for his assistance.
Good location, next to the bus station and to the metro station. The staff is nice and always helpful. The price is correct and the room was clean and comfortable. If you are going to stay in Jaipur, I would recommend you Laxmi Palace.
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.
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85% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 438 reviews