worst stay till date... rooms were not clean and linen was dirty, toilets were dirty and full of shit stains, breakfast included few insects and bugs as garnish..
On top briefed owner regarding the total mess jus to hear that u pls shout on staff and made them work..
(PS: this review is regarding Machaan "so called best tents" they had.
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excellent weekend getaway ”
Amazing place... Fantastic for amature mountaineering. The resort if good. Specially the owner Ayush makes up for most of the short comings of a small remote location.
He took excellent care of us. Would highly recommend for weekend getaways or for group outings....
Serene and beautiful location”
Great location right on the foothills. Away from the bustle of Pushkar town..their staff stand out for their hospitality...It has been a great find for us. Ayush (owner) took time out to gather our feedback which in itself speaks out about how much guest satisfaction matters to them
Thanks for a glowing feedback highlighting our hospitality. Many thanks for behalf of our property owner Mr. Aayush for appreciated him. We loved serving you and would love to welcome you back.
Travellingl differently but in style and comfort”
The owner and his wife, the fresh-prepared food, the clean and comfortable tents
We arrived on 30th June 2015 from Jaipur with our two young children (5 & 6 years old) and my mother-in-law at Foot Hills Resorts. Having lived in India for 4 years and travelled all over the place we were not sure that to expect in such a hotel outside of Pushkar. In short, we were more than pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness of the tents (and we are Swiss people) and warm welcome of the hotel owner and the support he provided. The food was freshly prepared (and after several years living in India I can tell) and limited number of tents just makes the whole stay a unique experience (and we have stayed already at 30 meters above the ground tree hotels in the hinterland of Kerala). The hotel owner also help us organize our local travel at no extra charge and organized a trip to the nearby village to talk to the villagers (although my Hindi did not really help). My kids loved the opportunity to go on camel safari and build their own "tent" out of bamboo sticks and other natural material that we found in the nearby area. Having travelled across India and Asia I can say it was a great experience to stay there for 3 nights.