Durag Niwas Jodhpur
1st Old Public Park, Raika Baghphone:
342001 Jodhpur - (0091) 291-251 23 85 / (0091) 9828 089 293e-mail:
Cosy, familyrun guesthouse, not too big, (12 rooms). Well furnished and nice decorated rooms. I liked the hospitality and the kindness of the owners. Not just professional hospitality, but really interested. Hot shower, ac/fan, laundry service, doctor on call, safety deposit, motorbike and cycle hire, babysitting, etc.
Durag Niwas Jodhpur Rates and Room Information
Between Rs 150 - 600.
Latest Reviews for Durag Niwas Jodhpur
on Nov 28, 2008.
My girlfiend and I were in Jodhpur in October 2008 and stayed here. Govind was one of the nicest guys we met in India - he gave us a great rundown of what to see in Jodhpur, where to go and how much to pay - nothing was to much trouble. Upstairs he runs a not-for-profit/charity helping educate disadvantaged women from local ... read more »
homely atmosphere in Jodhpur
on Aug 24, 2008.
We spent 4 days at Durag Niwas Guesthouse this august 2008. The guesthouse itself is really well decorated in bright colors (of course the main is blue!) and enriched with special details to make it unique. Our room was very clean, comfortable and also really quiet. We especially appreciated the opportunity to taste delicious ... read more »
I have stayed at Durag Niwas twice...
on Apr 11, 2008.
I have stayed at Durag Niwas twice in 2008.
First time was January for 1 night and then again in March for 3 nights. I did not want to leave!
This old haveli style guest house is simply wonderful. The rooms are clean and well sized with attached bathrooms and hot water all day. The courtyard which you can see in the pictures ... read more »
Absolute gem of a find
absolute gem of a find. We stayed 2 nights in the maharaja room. It's huge and decorated with antique pictures and furniture. Bed was very comfortable and the attached bath was pretty big too.
There is nice park right next door where you can go for an early morning walk, or hang out at the terrace or in the lobby with other ... read more »
This place was a jem
This place was a jem. Govind was incredibly helpful to us during our planning time before going to India and while we were there. He arranged a vehicle for us from Udaipur with a stop in Khumbalgarh and Ranakpur. It worked out beautifully.
We loved the family atmosphere and the rooms are so reasonably priced! Highly recommend ... read more »
This is one of the nicest places...
on Apr 06, 2007.
This is one of the nicest places to stay in India. Try to stay for a fwe days and make a trip to Setrawa in the Thar desert. You stay in an abonded family house and have the experience of your live. Sleeping under the stars and eating in a farm house without electricity. ... read more »
Govind gives the best service I...
Govind gives the best service I had in India, sitting you down and giving you a complete rundown on Jodhpur when you arrive. He'll brief you on everything from where to get the best samosas and icecream to how much to pay for rickshaws and clothes. And then he'll make sure that the commission he is meant to receive at various ... read more »
We stayed in Durag Niwas over Christmas...
on Jan 16, 2007.
We stayed in Durag Niwas over Christmas 2006 and really enjoyed our stay. The family is very serviceminded and helpfull without being over(t)ly commercial.
Rooms start at 200 Rs. We got their maharaja suite which is a combination of one very large room and an adjoining smaller one. We paid 650 rs for that combination.
Govind ... read more »
on Jan 07, 2007.
Yuk, this was the most dirty place we stayed in India (of about 20)! We are not talking about not crisp-clean, we are talking about a really dirty and badly maintained room!
I must admit we do not particularly care for friendly chats with the hosts or a good looking courtyard so that will certainly distort our opinion of this ... read more »
on Nov 21, 2006.
Very, very sweet family-run hotel! Me and my friend have a maharaja room - it was really big and well-furnished! Very clear, the food whas great and all the people very friendly. We have the biggest room, I think :) and feel like home away from home, it was the only place where we even didn't lock our room when we went out. ... read more »
A guesthouse with real personal...
on Mar 06, 2006.
A guesthouse with real personal family touch. Owner are allways available to help you with guidance or to chat. Very kindly people and very good food. Very nice places to stay if travelling by your self as owners make big effort to include guest as part of the family and also has courtyard and roof terrace to meet and chat ... read more »
Very nice family run guest house...
Very nice family run guest house. A friendly and knowledgeable host, Govind guides you through everything you might encounter in Jodhpur. The malai kofta's are to die for. My husband still talks about them. And they reccomended we try a samosa place as well as a lassi place and they were both the best for some local food. The ... read more »
Good place to stay
on Feb 03, 2006.
good place to stay, a good laugh and great place to cross paths with other people. lovely family, great food, relaxed, where your wish is their command.....what more can one want.... ... read more »
A lovely family
A lovely family-run guesthouse. We were only there for a few nights but were made to feel a part of the family. It's a little way, but walkable, from the city centre so nice and quiet, and rickshaws are easy enough to find at the end of the road. If nothing else, it's worth staying there for Mukta's cooking! ... read more »
It's a great place to stay
It's a great place to stay, with excellent food and a really nice family who makes you feel comfortable at once!
Also a cool roof top for hanging out and relaxing! :D
I was there for the second time now and I still love it, will definitely come back! ... read more »