Once you get to Summur, you'll see a few guest houses where you can stay. They are all huddled together and the environment is not very pretty or pleasant. Following one of the two streets that go up, you'll reach the northern part of this town and this hostel. The village is small enough that it should be easy to find. When I stayed, it didn't have a name nor had it built a kitchen. They cooked the food on the floor with your cookware. They had two finished rooms, both lovely, clean and inviting, and the dining room where we ate. Outside, they set up some tents, Himalayan army-style, and a water hose for them to have a shower and a hole dug behind a tree as a toilet. The tent costs 100 rupees (2 euros) and the small hotel room 150 (2.50 euros). Wow!
This resort can be found in a very tranquil palce which is just 7 kms from the city, the restaurant has a large terrace overlooking the river Pennaar, which at this time was almost dry as it was still not the rainy season. At night in the restaurant's there is traditional music and dance, the only problem is the mosquitoes at night as it is next to the river. The rooms are spacious, and the bathroom is also quite large, in the bathroom it is hot as there is no air conditioning, just a fan. Wi-Fi is provided at different rates.
These traditional boats have been converted into accommodation, with all the comforts that you might expect including bathrooms and televisions. They come in different sizes, we had a two bedroom one which was fine. It is a great way to explore the backwaters and areas near the canals. The ship's crew consists of three people - the captain, the chef and an assistant. As for the food, it is traditional Kerala cuisine such as rice, chicken and fish. The chef gives you a menu to choose your food for the day from.
In Jodhpur, maybe the best option, opposite the fortress, an unexpected gem with a good view, great staff, great rooftop terrace where you can eat and enjoy a relaxed and good environment. The rooms range from about 7 to 20 euros. There are Many travelers, very good atmosphere
Former home of Kalifas, the Simla hotel has all the magic that this city exudes. Inside it has all the details of the luxurious rooms of the marahás, and the outside keeps the original charm, since the facade and surrounding area has been well preserved since it was built. The rooms are small yes, but considering the price ranges between 3 and 6 euros, there is not much we can complain about. It is located in the upper north part of Jaisalmer Fort. I recommend it because it is clean, good service and a haven of peace, to be in India.
In the village of MATEULA, there are only 3 hostels: One at the beginning of the village, another next to the temple, in the center of the village fair, and the one where I stayed, at the top of the village. The views from my terrace were simply heavenly. Few times in my life will I enjoy these types of views in my "room". Everything around me was unbeatable. There were no meals, but fruit was around for you. A royal garden and not made by decorating professionals. Some young neighbors in the "flirting" age and a few birds here and there .. which made the only noise. After all of this the price of the "room" was one euro per head per day! .. Is there any other place in the world better in value?. Ah! Here I'm wrong with the name as other many times. The correct name of the village is MATEULA, but do not remember the hostel. .
This hostel is right in the town's bus station. If you come by bus you will find it easily since it is across the platforms. It has single, double, and basic rooms as well as rooms to share with other travelers. The price that I paid is almost a joke at about 100 rupees, something like 2 euros. They will feed you if you ask. The guy who runs it is a valuable source of information, very open and willing to accompany you wherever you need to go in his spare time. You can see a lot from your room and from the terrace, and you can see the other side of the mountain, the road that brings you up here and the snow peaks of 5 to 6000 meters high, which belong to the Ladakh mountain range. If you like this accommodation, Keylong offers several hostels to suit all tastes. Being small can visit them all in an hour if when you get strong enough or still not too late. ..
HORRIBLE PLACE !!!! PLEASE DO NOT GO. The pictures you see on the website are completely FAKE! Getting there was one of my worst experiences - narrow "streets" filled with rats and human feces. The "hotel" - I don't even want to call it that - is completely filthy, the staff are rude and untrustworthy, always trying to squeeze more money out of you. PLEASE GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!
If you want to stay in the heart of the old town, just steps from the Golden Temple and the main Ghat, this is a good option for budget travelers. With five rooms, friendly staff, and a rooftop restaurant with live traditional Indian music at night. The clientele is mainly Asian.