For music lovers, especially Pink Floyd fans, this cafe and hotel is the place to stay when visiting Pushkar. Each room in this
For music lovers, especially Pink Floyd fans, this cafe and hotel is the place to stay when visiting Pushkar. Each room in this hotel is named after a famous song. Also, this property is known for its friendly staff and a rooftop cafe that offers a birds eye view of the city. Watch the sun set against the backdrop of Ratnagiri Hills while you enjoy a variety of snacks and Indian dishes at the cafe.
The hotel offers basic amenities such as room service, car rental, laundry service, doctor on call, internet connectivity and currency exchange. Enjoy a comfortable nights sleep in AC/non-AC rooms that are furnished with king-size beds and chairs. During the stay here, you can ask the hotel staff to arrange camel rides.
With 52 bathing ghats and over 400 temples, a visit to Pushkar is apt for both spiritual and leisure travellers. While Pushkar Lake (500 m) is a short walk away, places of worship such as Sri Raghunatha Swamy Temple and Brahma Temple are within 1 km. You can also plan a visit to the famous Ajmer Sharif Dargah (11.5 km). Pushkar Terminus Railway Station is just 2.5 km away.
Facilities offered in Pink Floyd Cafe & Hotel Pushkar :
There was nothing to say it was a terrible and horrible stay. There where nothing in the room which could be a liked it was a home with no facilities.
It's alright for the amount yo....
Reviewed 3 months ago
It's not at all clean, not even ventilated rooms and zero service.
Reviewed 9 months ago
So this is not a typical hotel with good amenities but rather a big house converted to a hotel which is managing or rather thriving solely because of its inclination to Pink Floyd posters and other such elements. It is beautifully designed in parts with some real rare posters and such stuff. The amenities are very basic. Located very conveniently from major places. The cafe at the top floor is the highlight coupled with its hip crowd. If your interests in Pushkar are not only limited to pilgrimage then this might be a good place to stay.
Horrible, overpriced dirty roo....
Reviewed 9 months ago
The bathrooms had a foul smell and had no lights. There was no geyser and on the day of holi there was no water till about 3-4pm which is understandable but for the amount of money we paid (close to 3k for 2 rooms), the experience was not good at all . There were no rooms available around that weekend, so we had to book here. The place has very good decor and feel, but they should definitely work on cleanliness and increase their staff. The food was overpriced and on our first breakfast, the batter was old and so the pancakes were sour. We are dead hungry, so we had to eat it anyways!
Reviewed 25 months ago
Very good comfortable from roof, very easy location near bus station also lake also ground fair Pushkar, I would like visit again next day! I love in Pushkar as my favourite !!
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