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- For visitors interested in historical sites and the history of Jaisalmer, consider booking a room at the Hotel Nachana Haveli, which is 700 metres from Jaisalmer Fort. This 3-star property is a boutique heritage hotel that used to be from a 280-year old ancient Haveli or private mansion.
- If you would like to stay in the centre near Patwon Ki Haveli, consider booking the budget Killa Bhawan Lodge. The Lodge is situated across the road from Patwon Ki Haveli, which is a small cluster of palaces from the early 1800s that have been preserved and turned into a museum. The Patwon Ki Haveli is known for its ornate, carved buildings and wall paintings.
- Jaisalmer is renowned for its rooftop restaurants, where you can have your meal while looking out over the city. If this appeals to you, then the Hotel Lalgarh Fort & Palace is the place to stay. The hotel is built out of the golden sandstone that is from the region and with all the traditional features of one of the typical Jaisalmer mansions. The rooftop restaurant specialises in Indian Rhajasthani cuisine and provides an unhindered view of the Jaisalmer Fort.
- If you would like to stay near the Gadsisar Lake, the 3-star Hotel Helsinki House is a good option. This affordable hotel is just 100 metres away from the historical man-made reservoir, which used to be the sole source of water for Jaisalmer, and the entrance to the lake area is through a carved yellow sandstone arch, Tilon-Ki-Pol. Gadsisar Lake is a good place to watch migratory water birds, plus you can hire paddle boats and rowboats at the edge of the lake.
- For visitors wanting to visit Bada Bagh, which lies about 6 kilometres north of Jaisalmer, the 3-star Himmatgarh Hotel situated on the road to the attraction is a good option. This hotel is a 5-kilometre drive away from Bada Bagh, a collection of royal cenotaphs that were built in memory of the Maharajas of the Jaisalmer state.
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