Hotel Khadim

The hotel is named after the famous Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti's devotees. Hotel Khadim is the preferred stay for the travelers and parents of Mayo College students. Most of the city's market is located not very far from the hotel. Hotel is ideal for making over night stay, if coming from Delhi and going to Jodhpur/Udaipur/Mount Abu. Spacious Air condition restaurant offers variety of vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes including Rajasthani savour. Air condition Bar serves variety of drinks including Scotch, wine and beer. Hotel provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan with safety and security.

Reach Us:
150 kms from Jaipur
Bus Stand: 0.5 kms (Walking Distances)
Railway Station: 3 Kms

Air Conditioned Rooms with attached Toilets with running Hot & Cold Water Telephone & Colour Television facility available in each room

Restaurant of hotel offers Rajasthani, Indian and Continental cuisine.

Serving Indian, Rajasthani liquor, wine & Beer.


Centrally Located
Doctor on Call
Cultural Programmes for Groups
Conference Room
Lush Green Garden
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning
Credit Cards Acceptance
Parking Facility



Tariff: On CP Plan

Season Tariff - Apr 2014  to March 2015 
Non A.C
Extra Bed
Note : Applicable Taxes extra as per Govt. order at the time of Check out.
Tariff is subject to change without any notice
CP = Room Rent + Breakfast Booking

Contact Us:
Hotel - Khadim
Near Central Bus Stand, Civil Lines, Ajmer
Contact Person: Mr. J K Soni
Mobile: +91 9828125204
Tel: +91 145 2627536 / 2627490
Fax: +91 145 2431330
Email: khadim@rtdc.in

About Ajmer

JaipurSouth West of Jaipur, Ajmer is an oasis wrapped in the green hills. The city was founded by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan in the 7th Century A.D. and continued to be a major centre of the Chauhan power till 1193 A.D. Prithviraj Chauhan lost it to Mohammed Ghori, after which Ajmer became home to many dynasties.

Ajmer was also a favourite residence for the great Mughals. One of the first contacts between the Mughal King Jahangir and Sir Thomas Roe took place here in 1616. The Scindias took over the city in 1818 and then handed it over to the British. Thus, Ajmer was the only region to be directly controlled by the East Indian Company.

Visit to Jain temple and close by artificial lake - Anna Sagar is worth visiting, besides Khwaja Moinuddin Chistiís Dargah and Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra.

Today, Ajmer is a popular pilgrimage centre for the Muslims as well as Hindus. Especially famous is the Dargah Sharif-tomb of the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, which is equally revered both by the Hindus and the Muslims. Ajmer is a centre of culture and education. The British chose Ajmer for its prestigious Mayo College, a school exclusively for Indian nobility at one time. However, now it is one of the best public schools in the country.

Ajmer is also the base for visiting Pushkar (14 km.) which has the distinction of having the only Brahma temple in the world. The Picturesque Pushkar Lake is a sacred spot for Hindus. During the month of Kartik (Oct/Nov), devotees throng in large numbers to take a dip in the sacred lake.

Every year two famous fairs are held: Urs of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti (as per Muslim calendar) and Pushkar Cattle fair (during Oct-Nov) at Pushkar.