Jaisalmer

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Like a mirage in the desert, this contemporary, elegant fort rises out of the sand, luring you to its ramparts—once inside, the interior is equally impressive. — Fodor's
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A 10-minute walk from the Golden Fort, this 18th-century haveli exudes old-world charm and is owned and run by descendants of the Maharaja Kesri Singh, who ruled over Jaisalmer during the 1700s. — Fodor's
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A 45-minute drive from Jaisalmer’s beautiful pink-sandstone fort city, The Serai has 21 grand campaign-style tents arrayed in two rows like a colonial encampment amid scrubby, featureless terrain — Condé Nast Traveler
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Italian-designed and super slick, this is Jaisalmer’s most sophisticated hotel and it is beautiful throughout, with a desert-meets-contemporary-boutique vibe. — Lonely Planet
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This expansive retreat run by the royal family of Udaipur's effiicient hotel company Historic Retreat Hotels is a good option if you're looking for a break from the city center. — Fodor's
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Two kilometres east of town, off the Pokaran road, this large, modern, but traditional-style, place was built according to the ancient Indian design principles of vaastu, which is similar to feng shui. — Lonely Planet
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A romantic hotel carved out of three bastions set right on the fort walls. — Lonely Planet
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This welcoming place has lots of lovely carved stone, a beautiful rooftop (with restaurant) and just a handful of spacious and attractive colour-themed rooms. — Lonely Planet
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Jaisalmer’s erstwhile royal family still lives in this sprawling 18th-century palace just inside the town walls — Lonely Planet
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A pleasantly low-key spot south of the fort, Gorakh Haveli is a modern place built with traditional sandstone and some attractive carving — Lonely Planet
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This comfortable, small hotel is on the edge of town, with a great view of the fort from afar, and has exceptionally warm staff. — Fodor's
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Helpful staff add to a stay at this spruced-up guesthouse. — Lonely Planet
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This friendly and small homestay provides simple but clean rooms and homestyle meals. The building sits on the remains of the city walls. — Lonely Planet
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Near Patwa-ki-Haveli, this friendly, family-run guesthouse has five clean, spacious doubles in a lovely 250-year-old building. — Lonely Planet
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On the northwestern edge of town, 1km from Gandhi Chowk, Desert Moon is in a quiet location beneath the Vyas Chhatri sunset point. — Lonely Planet
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In this well-run place, the only thing you’ll be hassled about is to relax. — Lonely Planet
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Well run by honest, traveller-friendly management, this hotel has clean midrange rooms, some with lovely window seats, as well as plenty of budget options. — Lonely Planet
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Created to look like a faux fort, Brys tends to verge more toward back-lot film-set fantasy than historical accuracy, but it's a brave effort; the lobby is graced with large marble elephants, peacock murals, and chandeliers, and the atmosphere is regal — Fodor's
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Down a dusty lane on the south edge of town, this hotel is a little out of the way, however, it offers free pickup from the train and bus stations. — Lonely Planet
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Shahi Palace is a deservedly popular option. — Lonely Planet
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