Lonely Planet review
First opened its doors in 1986 and still going strong. The 18 very smart double rooms (and two decidedly grotty singles) are set around a small, leafy courtyard. The rooftop seating area is a bit exposed, but has a Taj view and is a good spot from which to watch the area’s troop of resident monkeys getting up to mischief.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Sidhartha and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Taj Ganj.
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