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Book A Stay At Jaipur's 28 Kothi For A Weekend Of Spa, Romantic Dinners & More

    What Makes It Awesome

    28 Kothi is a boutique guest house owned and run by jewellery designer Munnu Kasliwal’s son Siddharth and restauranteur, Abhishek Honawar. Situated in the heart of the bustling Jaipur city, this guest house will make you feel like royalty, even with its simple charm.

    28 Kothi has been done up in a basic yet beautiful way using the colour scheme of cream, brown, and off-white. A large 2-storey (with a terrace!) property with 2 suites, 2 double rooms, and a single one, this guesthouse is ideal for a family holiday. Each room has ample space to move around with tropical prints forming a major part of the interior design. The diwans in the rooms are set with mattress seats carved by the windows, making it easy for you to upload those #Roomwithaview photos.

    Once the moon shines and the stars come out, the garden area glows with the twinkling yellow lights, attempting to imitate the ones in the sky. We’re already imagining a romantic dinner here but make sure that the special someone is vegetarian, because this guest house serves only vegetarian food. It has an in-house cafe to provide you with every ghee dipped, local delicacy you can think of.

    Let us tell you why we would not mind spending the whole day here instead of going out and exploring the city — the library. This awesome property has a cute little library, complete with mattresses so that you can cosy up with a good read. We know we would, especially with those comfy turquoise cushions for company. Or you can just chill in the bathroom, which is a luxury after the tiny ones we are used to in Mumbai and Delhi.

    Book the single room for approximately INR 6,770 a night (breakfast included). Other facilities are WiFi (of course), laundry, and…wait for it… ayurvedic massages and a spa experience!

    What Could Be Better

    We wish the price points could get better.