More Than 500 years ago the grandson of the Maharaja Udai Karan of Amber, Great warrior Maharao Shekha Ji founded a sub clan popularly known as Shekhawats. Utsav Niwas is owned & run by this clan of “ Kachawa” rajputs. Utsav Niwas is a fine example of Rajput Mughal architecture, Facade with domes and Traditional courtyard inside the Haveli (Royal Castle) is an effort to recreate the splendid regal era gone by.
We provide our guest with contemporary luxury, impeccable hospitality & an introduction with an Indian rajput family residing here at Utsav Niwas. Located just 4 Km. from Jaipur Railway Station & Bus terminal in a quit residential locality. Utsav Niwas is a perceived abode free from the hustle & bustle of Jaipur City.
The Niwas is owned & run by Shekhawat clan of “ Kachawa” rajputs. The Niwas is a fine example of Rajput Mughal architecture.
The Niwas is a Family run boutique Geust house . we have 14 elegantly done rooms with traditional hand crafted furnishing. all Rooms are airconditioned With LCD TVs and Telephones.
The apprehension of getting a heritage hotel booked through a Web portal were put to rest the moment we entered the aesthetically decorated and cosy rooms.
The only hitch we faced was while booking for this hotel. The website does not take any indian state name and doesn't let you pay. It was only when you put an US state and country you are allowed to pay.
It was not expected out of bnb. If you ask me, It amounts to harakiri.
The staff and owner is very amiable and we were given a family like treatment.
We had 20 guest stay at Utsav for 2 nights. This trip was planned for my kids who wanted to celebrate their birthday with their family members in in India at a heritage city. Kush and his staff were extremely hospitable and kind. We had a sick child during our small trip, Kush's help and support in organize the medical help for the child was commendable and most appreciated. We had a small party in the hotel's restaurant which was planned very well however food was over spicy for the children. Rooms were quite spacious and clean. They had a beautiful heritage decoration yet quite modem to suit the comfort of the guest. My elderly mother was treated very respectfully by the staff. Breakfast on the first morning was great however 2nd morning was slightly disappointing. Overall we had a great time and highly recommend this hotel.
I arrived at the hotel at 9.30pm and was picked up at the train station free of charge. My stay included complimentary breakfast which was appreciated. The room was the exact one featured in the advertisement. Please note, this is not a homestay but a boutique hotel. It has new interiors and is beautifully decorated. The shower was fine but like most places in Jaipur at this time of year, the room was chilly. Ask for an extra blanket, if needed. My room had a TV, two chairs, a desk, chest and bed. The wifi only worked in the dining room on the ground floor. Breakfast is available until 10am but for some reason, I received a phone call from reception at 8.45am asking for my breakfast order. This was not a requested wake-up call and I found this disruptive. The staff is helpful and accommodating but the standard of English (apart from the manager) is frustratingly poor. This hotel is about 25-minutes tuk-tuk ride from the city and cost me 100 rupees each way. If you have limited time in Jaipur, I'd recommend some place more convenient. On the plus side, the hotel afforded a quiet stay.
Hôtel charmant et staff très gentil!!!!!
Petit hotel tres sympa et calm.
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