x The average starting price for a place to stay in Pushkar is £10 per night.
penelope_c This was a super cool place to stay in Pushkar. The hostel is ideally located in a gorgeous blue haveli with a pretty little courtyard and is clean and the staff is very friendly. There is also a great roof top cafe which serves nice tasty food. Me and my 2 friends had a very nice time here and would happily recommend it to anyone.
Behind Boys High School Keshar NagarGreat 83%
marc_puigtio Nice, clean and quiet place only 5 minutes walking from the city center. The wifi was ok and the room and bathroom were very clean. roof top is not available and in the night it will be amazing! Ah! And be carefull with the price, the boss tried we pay more for government tax (that no were on the travellerspoint final price). We didn't pay more.
sammeke Hotel Everest was the 4th hotel we stayed in during our trip in India and we absolutely loved it!! The first night we stayed in a room downstairs, next to the reception, which was a little bit noisy at night so the owner told us that he would give us a room upstairs for the rest of our stay (we didn't ask for it because the noise wasn't overpowering) but it was a nice gesture. We moved to the 2nd floor for the rest of our stay and because we liked the hotel and the location so much, we stayed 1 night longer than planned. The hotel is located close to the bazaar with all the restaurants and shops. We would highly recommend budget travellers staying in Hotel Everest because the staff are very friendly and professional, the food is great, the rooms are spacious and the rooftop restaurant has great views! Should we ever come back to Pushkar, we will definitely come back!
Near Sin.Boy.High.School Choti Basti PushkarGreat 80%
Panch Kund Road, Pushkar, Ajmer Rajasthan0 69%
Bari Mohall, Badi Basti, Near Brahm Chowk0 0%
dhyaniii We stayed at Ragav Resort for only one night. It was ,friendly, clean and roomy. The gardens are to die for as it is green and gorgous. This is my second time staying here in Pushkar, the first time was in 2000 and it was awesome, we stayed for one month!!! This time was the camel fair and the highway that runs nearby ended up a bit too noisy. Otherwise we would have stayed for longer than the one night. It is the nicest place to stay, and once the highway has moved, to its new location or the camel fair is finished for another year it will return to its former quite state, it truely is an oais in the middle of the desert!! The owner Ragu is very lovely and the kitchen is all welcome. I highly recomend this place for anyone who likes a bit of quite away from the main bazaar and lake activity and sharing a family life with many a place to relax. Cheers, Karina Mereki-Australia
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