Dylan cafe and guest house
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- Dylan cafe and guest houseFirst to ReviewOct 27, 2013
Me and my girlfriend stayed at Dylan Cafe and Guest house for 4 nights and would without a doubt return if we were to visit Jaisalmer again.
We had booked a double room with shared bathroom and were upgraded to an ensuite with a balcony for the same price of 250r a night because we were there during the quiet period and there were many rooms spare. On top of this the room was really nice and you can tell they get cleaned regularly, it was immaculate.
The rooftop restaurant is a great place to chill and you can get some great food up there, especially the special Rajasthani Thali.
The staff are also really nice, especially the manager who speaks great english and he really goes out of his way to make all the staff feel at home and that they enjoy themselves as much as possible.
We booked our camel safari through the guest house and it cost us 1450r each for a 1 night trip, leaving at 2pm on the first day and returning at around 9am on the next. We were even allowed to leave our stuff in our room and werent charged for the night we were on the safari.
You feel no obligation to book a safari through them and we never heard it mentioned once until we actually inquired ourselves.
Ann auto-rickshaw to the/from the station is 50r and you can walk to the fort in around 5 to 10mins where there are also many great places to eat