Jaipur Suryaa Villa
Suryaa Villa; 3, Peelwa Garden, Moti Dongri Road
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Suryaa Villa is located in Jaipur city center, with beautifully carved sit outs, attractive courtyards, open terraces, lovely garden complete with comfortable rooms & antique furnishings.
It offers Free breakfast, A Refreshing Swimming Pool, Free bus / train Pick up on arrival & Free WiFi available throughout the hostel with free private parking.
All major attractions like City palace, Hawa Mahal, Birla Temple, Jantar Mantar are only a 5 minute ride by tuk tuk and less than 15 minutes by walk.
Our young team at the reception will assist you with a big smile and a city map when you arrive. There's also free luggage storage. Reception is open 24 hrs for check-in and check-out, with no curfew.
All our rooms are personally designed by the owners which come private Air Con complete with hand crafted antique furnishings with modern amenities.
Each room offers free linen, a flat-screen TV, hair dryer, tea/ coffee makers, electric safe and private bathroom offering a hot shower with bath amenities. Few rooms come with sit out or patios attached.
Our Pool remains one of the most popular area among the guests that visit us from around the globe which is included in our rates. It's a great place to relax with a refreshing drink or enjoy reading a book with a newly made friend.
Most of our guest absolutely love spending time sun lounging or hanging out at our cafe by the pool. A great place to meet travelers from the across the world and exchange stories with a newly made friend.
Guests can enjoy snacks and beverages at the pool side cafe or in the hostel’s various sit outs in a relaxed setting. Guests can also order room service.
Several cafes, bars, shopping joints and restaurants can also be found nearby within walking distance.
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