Ca si in Jaisalmer sau Jodhpur si in Bundi am stat intr-o cladire de tip haveli, la poalele fortului si a palatului. Hotelul se numea chiar asa, Bundi Haveli.
Ce mi-a placurt aici au fost micutele curti interioare si spatiul din fata camerelor, frumos aranjat. Un loc in care sa te simti bine. Un personal atent si eficient si o managera…englezoaica. Obiecte decorative, atent alese, impodobeau spațiile comune.
Camera, in stil traditional, cu o gokhra generoasa, care te lasa sa privesti strada, avea toate dotarile moderne necesare.
What I liked most in Bundi Haveli were the little inner courtyards where you may sit and seep a tea or coffee and read a newspaper. Well choosen objects and paintings adorned the walls on the halls, and in the room. A nice gokhra offered a space for leisure and street observation.
In the morning, everything was ready for the tourists. One of the neighbours asked the man if he knows how to prepare a certain omelette and he responded with dignity: “I have a cook certificate from the special course in Jaipur”! The manager of the hotel was a British lady.
But what I really admired was the perspective from the roof-top restaurant toward the little artificial lake Nawal Sagar, and toward the Taragarh fort and the Bundi Palace.