At Home @ Hotel Jaswant Bhawan, Bikaner

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Frankly we were a little apprehensive when we got to know that the place was just across the road in front of Bikaner railway station. For all those familiar with Delhi ….. Paharganj came to our mind 😀 and I kept my fingers crossed hoping it was just what I had seen on the net (sometimes the WYSIWYG goes flying out of the window)

As we entered the complex our fears vanished! Open green spaces, heritage property complete with jaalis and jharokhas, happy guests and a very warm hospitable family running the whole setup! Hotel Jaswant Bhawan, earlier known as Daudsar Dera, was constructed in 1926 by Rao Bahadur Shri Jaswant Singh, the last Prime Minister of former State of Bikaner.  Thakur Hanuwant Singh, is the current and the 3rd Thakur Saheb of Daudsar.

The rooms are clean, spacious with clean linen and all basic amenities in place. Smiling helps are at your service and the best part is the delicious home cooked food. We often saw the women of the family supervising as well as cooking our meals served with love by the youngest lady of the household, Harshita. One instantly felt at home!

Pradhuman, the youngest male member of the family can be seen around managing things ably and you can reach out to him with your queries or any help ….. you will get a solution 🙂

You will also be greeted by a friendly pug, Dollar, on your arrival and mornings will begin with birds chirping, soft cool breeze — right time for you to catch up on some me time on the garden swing. Another advantage of the property being its close proximity to major tourist places within Bikaner and good connectivity.

We had a lovely stay at Hotel Jaswant Bhawan and happily recommend it to others too visiting Bikaner.

 

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HAPPY  TRAVELLING!
Monika Ohson / TravelerInMe

 

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