Porte d'entrée de la chambre
This gorgeous and opulent haveli—one of the most popular family-run heritage hotels in the city—is close to the Old City, tucked away in a narrow alley that keeps out urban noise, and has numerous courtyards and alcoves in which to chill out. Built in 1892 for the Shekhawati Rajputs, it has elegant rooms with carved antique furniture, restored frescoes, crystal chandeliers, and hunting paraphernalia. Guest rooms, with rug-covered tile floors and traditional Rajasthani-print
bedspreads, vary in shape and size.
Apr 16, 2006
We stayed at the Alsisar Haveli for 2 nights in March. We enjoyed the pool and patio area and the restaurant (we only ate breakfast here) was a beautiful room. Loved the old world charm of this place. Service was basic but ok. Would stay here again.
Dec 31, 2005
Granted that the atmosphere at Alsisar Haveli was quite special, but the level of service and the quality of food at the Dining Room were very average. Also, there didn't appear to be any restriction to smoke during meals which made us occasionally vulnerable to second hand smoke.
Nov 8, 2005
The Alsisar is pretty enough, and the rooms were fine (except for the bed, which was a brick). The biggest problem was the attitude of the staff: begrudgingly helpful at best, grumpily unhelpful at worst. They could do much, much better with a little more effort.