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Arya Haveli At Lonely Planet

Helpful staff add to a stay at this spruced-up guesthouse. Rooms are well appointed and looked after; the cheaper ones face an internal courtyard, the best have their own balcony. The top-floor Blues Cafe is a nice place to relax to some good music and tasty food.

Important information Payment before arrival via bank transfer is required. The property will contact you after you book to provide instructions. Quick description Located within 500 metres from the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort and the popular Patwon-Ki-Haveli, Arya Haveli provides 24-hour front desk for the convenience of the guests. It offers free WiFi in the public areas of the property. The rooms feature tile/marble flooring and a work desk. The attached bathrooms come with a shower. Arya Haveli is located just 1 km from the crystal clear Gadi Sagar Lake and 2 km from Nathmalji ki Haveli, the architectural marvel. It is just 1 km from the Jaisalmer Bus Station and 2 km from the Jaisalmer Railway Station. The property is 35…
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