Shivam's roof offers a dazzling sunrise view of the fort. The hotel has several floors capped by a two-tier restaurant which exemplifies Indian's rooftop culture. The lower tier is covered by the upper and equipped with air conditioning units, making it a great place to shelter from the midday heat.
The restaurant is clean and the food is tasty and cheap. On the menu you�ll find continental dishes like tomato and cheese sandwiches, as well as traditional Indian fare, including several varieties of rice, a plethora of curries and the necessary flat bread to gather them up with. Palak Paneer (spinach and goat cheese) and Kashmiri Dum Aloo (potatoes in a yogurt gravy) are particularly good washed down with a cool sweet lassi.
The roof top restaurant has a panoramic view of the fort and blue city.Shivam's restaurant and espresso cafe is quite popular among the tourist.After being in the top guide books of the world for so many years we are personally look after our property to provide better services to our guests.
Shivam's exceptionalism is far reaching. we are one of the few small hotels in India in where one does not have to contend with ants or roaches. Our establishment demonstrates a deep understanding of western comfort.
Recommended by:LP(India 2009)see page 234,lonely planet( Raj),Rough Guide,Le Guide Routard,Geoglobe trotter,inTravel Magazine
Air port-6km auto rickshaw/car taxi cost:250/400
Bus station-2km Auto rickshaw cost:50
Train station-1.5km/Auto rickshaw cost:50
From the northern arch of the clock tower take first left and then first right here you see sign board of the guest house.