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Near Gadisar Gate, Near Henna, Fort Road, Old City, Dhibba Para,
Be swept away by this enchanting Desert Fortress city. Roam the Fort area, wander the narrow cobble-stoned streets and ancient buildings and explore this mystical city.
The aim of our Hotel is to provide a calm, relaxed and friendly place to stay in Jaisalmer... where you can escape the hustle and truly enjoy this Mystical City and the magic of the Thar Desert.
The Thar or Great Indian Desert stretches along Rajasthan’s Western Border with Pakistan. Rising out of the desert is the City of Jaisalmer, built on a triple- peaked rock known as Trikuta in 1156. At the base of the hill, the man-made Lake Gadsisar was the only source of water for the town. Many of the surrounding buildings and steps were built by Telia, a well known courtesan.
Jaisalmer takes its name from the two words ‘Jaisal’ and ‘Meru’ which means Jaisal’s Fort. The Fort is ranked as one of the Major ones in India and was recently voted the second ‘Wonder of India’.
Lying on the caravan route, it was a key pillar to the region’s prosperity. The wealthy Marwari merchants here built elaborate Haveli’s or mansions. During Rawal Sabal Singh’s reign (1650-59), Jaisalmer recognized the sovereignty of Delhi and a new era began, resulting in exquisite Haveli’s and palaces being built during this time.
In Jaisalmer the exteriors of most buildings are decorated. The fine carving, latticework and rare inlay work in the yellow sandstone on the facades of the homes has given the city its reputation as a living museum.
We are a unique Budget hotel, La Mystica based in the desert City of Jaisalmer in the exotic province of Rajasthan, India. We offer pristine, comfortable and stylishly decorated rooms in a relaxed atmosphere and are dedicated in providing pleasant, friendly service. We also provide you with a free pick-up service, to take the hassle out of arriving in Jaisalmer.
Direct train services are available from Delhi to Jaisalmer. Regarding train connections to rest of India, first take a train to Jodhpur, which is well connected to rest of the major cities of India. Indian Railways operates the rail network in India.
The roads in this area are quite well maintained due to proximity to the International border with Pakistan. Taxis can be hired from Jodhpur or for excursions from Jodhpur.
Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, a government agency has an extensive network of buses connecting the various cities of Rajasthan. Private and luxury bus services are also available for certain sectors.
* A pontuação de Satisfação dos Clientes é baseada nas pontuações combinadas da Travellerspoint e de sites externos. A pontuação atribuída 83% a este alojamento é baseada nas pontuações dadas por 4 hóspedes.