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The Snehdeep Guest House Jaipur Reviews
A guest house at housing area Oct 22, 2010
Snehdeep was one of two hotels that we had booked before we started our trip. It was because we arrived at Jaipur very late at night. I was the one who in charge in booking it. I had emailed Manoj, the owner, about the pick-up. He told me to call him when we arrived at the train station.
When we arrived at the train station, it was not easy to find a public telephone. At last we could call Manoj. He told me the characteristics of his car and himself. After waiting for a while, Manoj came with his son I think. He drove as fast as other drivers in India I know even he is kind of old :P
We arrived at his guest house. It looks like a house. I even could not see the difference with other houses. I am sure if I cam by myself I would not find it ;D
Surprisingly, there are many rooms in the house. I read at the website there are 8. Our room was at the second floor. The room is large and the furniture is old and unique. The room is air-conditioned actually. But, there was a miscommunication between him and me about the type of the room. The available room was more expensive than the room that I meant to book. Manoj offered us a solution. We could use the room but we were not allowed to turn on the AC. We agreed. So, we only use the ceiling fan. I think Manoj felt pity to us, because we are budget travellers ;D
Unfortunately, the lamp in the bathroom couldn't be used while I still had diarrhea :-( In the morning I looked around in the bathroom. So, it was not the lamp didn't work, there was no lamp at all :P
We had breakfast at the rooftop. The dining terrace is nice, I like the color and the style. The kitchen is just next to the dining area. The staff was nice. Even he could not speak English, we tried to communicate with him and he only smiled ;-)
We had dinner at the rooftop as well. We could see the view of part of Jaipur. Even it was not too pretty but it was kind of romantic. Especially, when we asked the staff to turn off the light so we could see the full moon. We had a nice chat there and the staff was there ready if we wanted to order something.
It's weird, there are several rooms, but we didn't meet other guests. Was it only us, their guests??? I didn't ask :P
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