This was a very pleasant place to stay in terms of caring staff and a congenial atmosphere. It was very cold in January, and the little electric heater in our room barely mitigated the chill. But there was hot water, and a fire to sit around outside in the evening. The location, about halfway along the road to the park was good. The garden was lovely to sit in during the day in the sunshine. The tents looked great, although we were in a rather dark, cold room with old electrical systems. There was wifi in the garden and the lobby. One night we saw a tiger video filmed in Ranthambhore Park. There was a lounge with a library, and bulletin boards with ecological information and information about other wildlife preserves around the world. There were also gorgeous photographs on the walls. However, the lounge tended to be too cold to spend much time in. The food was delicious, especially the dinners and lunches served at the outdoor buffet -- some of the best Indian food we ate in a month in India. Musicians and a dancer performed in the garden during dinner. It was a friendly place in which to sit around and trade stories with the other guests, both Indian and foreign. One of the more expensive places we stayed in India, our visit was pre-arranged and our park tours booked for us ahead of time by another hotel. We were met at the railway station in a jeep, and taken back there at the end of our stay, and a staff person actually stayed with us and made sure we were in the right place and got in the right car on the train.
- Also Known As:
- The Ranthambhore Bagh Hotel
- The Ranthambhore Bagh Hotel Sawai Madhopur
- The Ranthambhore Bagh Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, India
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- LThe Ranthambhore Bagh opened in 1998 as a modest 12-room hotel for travelers looking out for an experience in the Ranthambhore National Park. The following year we added luxury tents, with all the facilities that a modern day traveler needs. We have now evolved to a resort which caters to all kind of specialist needs and have become the favorite hangout of filming crews, photographers, naturalists, birders and tourists who desire a richer wildlife experience. If you are the kind who wants to photograph the Indian courser or identify the different individual tigers of Ranthambore then you have reached the right place. ... more less
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