Very good food, the best on our tour. Friendly staff. Nice pool and seating area around. Room clean and cozy. Impressive entrance hall.
Sadly no wifi in the rooms, only at the lobby. Rooftop bar closed, perhaps because not many guests there. Bar was not inviting not nice atmosphere, but outside at the pool wonderful
The Fort Rajwada is a very nice hotel. The whole hotel and rooms are very clean and everything in order.
Food and beverages are served with a fair price, the food is very good and a big plus is the very, very, very friendly staff!
Rooms are not soooo amazing, but clean and not uncomfortable. Pool is very nice. Some low-level wirk was still needing to be finished, like renovating parts of the compound and installing ground lights outside, apart from that it was a highly enjoyable stay.
Nice pool area which would be great to relax around after exploring brilliant, bustling Jaisalmer. But there is renovation work being done on both sides of the pool with almost constant drilling. Looks like they'll be continuing for quite a while. Hotel is about 4k from city Fort, 150 rupee tuk tuk ride. It's a big hotel, rooms ok, breakfast not bad. Staff helpful. Jaisalmer wonderful.
This is a most great complex 3 or 4 kilometers from the focal point of Jaisalmer which is not the slightest bit a negative thing as it is serene. It is additionally helpful for the train station. 150 rupees will take you in a tuktuk to the sublime post which is justifiably one of the significant explanations behind visiting Jaisalmer.
The primary structure which houses the reception,restaurants,bar and so forth is elegantly planned for a terrific scope, this is present day inn with beguiling customary improvements. The lodging are in different 'manors' worked at a short good ways from the principle fabricating, every one with its own obscure yard. The rooms are open and amazingly very much selected, with magnificent agreeable beds. The grounds are alluring and are perfectly kept up with a huge pool. There are enhancements and augmentations in the air, yet during our stay one was just insignificantly mindful of them.
The staff were unfailingly obliging and kind consistently.
This is a heavenly goal for a loosening up remain, the eateries give magnificent dishes both Indian and European.
Presently I should go to the negatives and there are two, WiFi exists however is horribly moderate, which matters and besides the arrangement of heated water was poor making showering just once in a while feasible (for us).
These are shrewd and obliging individuals and I realize that this will improve, the cash that has been spent on this site is eye watering, and they would not wish to acknowledge second best.
We would prescribe this inn most unequivocally, you won't be frustrated!
Well! Arriving in this hotel it seemed to us to have reached the palace of a maharaja. Huge garden surrounded by sunflowers, enormous facade in moghul style, gorgeous lobby with basreliefs and large frescoes and a big basin full of perfumed flowers and spires and embroidered marbles... Once out of the lobby, the inside courtyard has a big fountain surrounded by a...plastic meadow. A little disappointed we were accompanied to our room, which made all of our expectaions heavily fall. A very modest room, blocked windows (no air change), broken tiles in the bathroom, very old telephone with almost invisible numbers, hairdyer with uncovered cables, grey hard towels, very old furniture. Sad and squalid room. Perhaps a lower three stars level. The "SPA" is an extremely small room with no heating. Very good massage (the boy knows his job), but very cold and uneasy atmosphere. The hotel is being restyled. Hopefully also rooms will undergo some treatment. Restaurant: very kind and efficient staff. All food is spicy. Those who do not like spices can starve. In the swimming pool service is very very slow. We waited 40 minutes for two sandwiches.