23 Oct 2019 - 24 Oct 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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The best hotels in Jaisalmer

Reviewed by travellers for travellers like you, the three top-rated hotels in Jaisalmer are Abu Safari Jaisalmer, Hotel Marina Mahal and Hotel Kotwal Haveli.


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Member reviews (22)
Adukuri Rao
Adukuri RaoHyderabad

This is a lovely garden restaurant called Desert Boys Dani in Jaisalmer. There is Rajasthani food and exquisite live music and dance. You get a taste of the local cuisine and the rich folk music and dance Rajasthan is well known for.

Travis Katz
Travis KatzMenlo Park

Rising up out of the golden sands of the Rajasthani desert, Jaiselmer is a step back in time. Think arabian nights, with narrow, winding streets, ancient fortresses, camels and men in brightly colored turbans. Jaisalmer is romantic and unforgettable. PS - met my future wife here. You can book a camel safari in the desert from here. Make sure to stay in the ancient fort.

Stephen Bugno
Stephen BugnoAnchorage

Undoubtedly a cool city in the sense that the old fort/city rises up dramatically out of the desert. But I was kind of disappointed that the people there were among the least friendly in India. Furthermore it feels more like a tourist city than a living city. Still the architecture is interesting and you can make trips out into the desert from here.

Matthew Crompton
Matthew CromptonSydney

Desert-tinged, dusty, dusky, Jaisalmer is the westernmost landlocked outpost in India. A yellow sandstone fort looming out of the desert like a fantasy castle, the town has some of the nicest people in the whole of India, and makes a perfect base for a camel trip out into the desert to sleep on dunes beneath the stars -- a cliche experience, sure, but one of life's most memorable experiences as well. It's out on the edge of the map, but more than worth the journey. Best of all, the Delhi Express will run you right back to the capital overnight when you've had your fill.


The least expensive month is July, with an average of £15 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Jaisalmer is December, with an average price of £26 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £16 per night. This is 14% less than the average nightly price of £19 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Jaisalmer, the expected average temperature in October is 29.4°C/84.8°F. The warmest month is typically May, which averages 42.3°C/108.1°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 9.6°C/49.3°F.
The nearest airport to Jaisalmer is Jaisalmer (JSA) (0.52 miles).

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