we booked for day only and they helped us for all trip regarding our next trip in jaisalmer and that is really helpful. we really appreciate the efforts of manager they provide a seprate space due to snoring in our room. at the midnight he awake and provide a new room without any extra cost.
“The whole hostle is amazing, the people the owner the facilty, you can cook if you feel like, the location is great, never felt so safe in a big city in India like there, clean and eveyday offer to clean your room and change bed sheets, great place!”
Crashpad Hostel is a great place to meet other travelers. There are a lot meeting areas for ex. the living room, two balconies and a rooftop. The Hostel also provides a kitchen to prepare your own food. But you can also order something there.
I really appreciate, that the hostel offers drinking water for free!
The rooms are nice, very clean and with AC.
If you want to go to the old town to see the blue city you have to walk approximately 20 min or take a TukTuk. But there are couple of nice restaurants as well in the surrounding area of the hostel (for example the Baari restaurant is a cozy place to hangout).
Kuldeep, the manager, is a well organized nice guy, who fixes everything for you!
This places provides everything a backpacker need!
I've stayed here for 3 nights. I think every staffs are really kind and helpful. Travellers are cool and nice guys as well. There are clean room, nice terrace and good rooftop. I spent so great time in this hostel. Absolutely, I recommend CrashPad Hostel. I wanna stay here again!!!
The Crash Pad hostel in Jodhpur is comfortable and accommodating, there's even a kitchen you can use to cook your own food which was helpful for us as we were on a budget, it cost around 50 rupees per day if you want to use it, they also have their very own tuk tuk driver who took us around Jodhpur for the day for 700 rupees, he was lovely and very polite. We were a group of three and one of the employees (Oma) allowed us to only pay for two beds and pay as my girlfriend and I shared a bed.
On the other hand, there were other staff in this hostel who were very socially rude and unprofessional and to put it in a word (creepy). They would sneakily stare at both my girlfriend and our friend (also a girl) in a very provocative manner then snicker, chuckle and make remarks in Hindi, this made them feel very uncomfortable and vulnerable, there was another instance when my girlfriend was moisturising herself in the room only to turn around and see one of the staff starring at her whilst she was bent over.
This experience made us all feel very uncomfortable, I would suggest if you are female, ensure you basically wear a Burka or cover yourself head to toe and dare not even show your ankles if you don't want to feel victim to perves.