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... to past midnight without any signs of tiredness. The dining room with its super huge 22 seater dining table at the centre,...
... totally exhausted. The checkin was quick so we went to our room and found to our delight they had upgraded us to a suite...
... made it look like something out of a story book! Every room has an experince waiting to be explored! Our overall stay...
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We are three adults and two kids aged 6 and 2 , do you have any room option to accommodate all of us in one room
Answer from niyam
Oct 2019 |
Yes. They have rooms large enough to accommodate all 4.5 of you :) With ease and comfort. Each room is bespoke and grand.

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YKK wrote a review Oct 2021
Assam, India1 contribution1 helpful vote
The Alsisar Mahal makes you feel like royalty and relive the past.

The warm welcome by Zaheer and his ever smiling staff made you feel most welcome. They were always there to serve you from the early morning to past midnight without any signs of tiredness.

The dining room with its super huge 22 seater dining table at the centre, the poolside and the gardens where we relaxed over tea and snacks, the rooftop Badal Mahal where the sunlight trickled in through the stained glass windows, the dungeon with the handcuffs and torture mechanisms and the world war 2 memorabilia room, or just the simple courtyard surrounded by the rooms were all super venues for the many functions we had over the days we spent there.

The holiday was a very memorable and relaxing trip.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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GLORIA JOSEPH wrote a review Sep 2021
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India264 contributions26 helpful votes
After two years without travelling due to the pandemic, I and my son decided to go out on a short trip. After much research on COVID protocol and weather conditions, I selected Alsisar Mahal through Luxury Escapes. We got a good deal for 2N/3D stay with daily breakfast, one dinner for two and two glasses of wine or beer. It took us 6.5 hours to reach Alsisar Mahal Palace with GPS guiding us on wrong routes through deserted villages and narrow one way streets. We finally reached the resort totally exhausted.
The checkin was quick so we went to our room and found to our delight they had upgraded us to a suite which was huge, massive and lovely with twin beds, a study place, sitting room, bathroom which was huge. I think about 15 people can stay in this suite.
The place was full of history with beautiful little courtyards, nice swimming pool, a games room filled with trophies and very old items, the bar and cigar room so much like the British used to retire to and a jail underground. I took loads of pictures and was so happy to see the dining area with high ceilings and intricate art and etchings. The reception was also beautiful work of art, so huge with high ceilings and beautiful photos of Maharajas and other prominent people of the 17th century.
As evening arrived, we had the free drinks of wine but it was not nice, so we just dumped it. For our free dinner I ordered Lal Maas, the famous dish of Rajasthan, as my son had not tasted it before but I was sorely disappointed with the dish as it was watery like soup, the mutton was chewy which I showed it to the chef and the chicken tikka was stale and bland.
The next morning we called housekeeping to clean our room while I went for breakfast. My son was busy on his laptop while four very young boys cleaned our room. Breakfast was ok, not that great. I went back to my room to charge my mobile. When I plugged in my phone I suddenly noticed that the cord looked different, so dirty, old and worn out whereas my mobile was two years old Realme with original fast charger and was white in color which I had kept in top shape. I got very disturbed by this and showed my son the cord, he was also surprised, so we called reception immediately and they sent the housekeeping supervisor. I showed him the cord and told him it was not the one I brought from my home so he took it and came back after sometime saying none of the boys had taken it, obviously the boys would not admit they had stolen my fast charger cable.
I was so upset by then and called the Manager, Mr Zahir and explained the whole story to him but to my surprise he did not take it seriously and kept arguing that his boys are not like that. I told him I was not lying for such a small thing, a dirty, old, torn and worn out cord has been replaced which was not mine. He never once apologized in fact he insulted me by offering to clean the cord and give it. Mr Zahir handled this incident very badly and I was very upset with him. From that moment I lost the pleasure of enjoying my trip and went around reading my book and locking my room all the time. I have never faced this kind of incident in my entire travel history. I had to borrow the charger from my son which was not fast charger and I had to keep charging my mobile.
Anyone of you planning to stay at this Mahal please lock your belongings and be present in the room when the young housekeeping boys are cleaning your room.
Then I and my son went wandering around the tiny village and did not find one hotel or restaurant nor any trinkets to purchase except soft drinks and chips. So if you are going to this place, load up with food as the prices are high in their restaurant. That night we had chicken biryani costing 550 for one plate plus taxes which was tasty thank God. Next morning we had our breakfast, again not great, packed our bags and left the place for our trip back to Gurgaon.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Devika wrote a review Sep 2021
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Had an Absolutely Amazing three day stay with my family at Alsisar Mahal! As soon as we entered the premises we were greeted with warm smiles and chilled welcome drinks! We were there to celebrate my sisters birthday but the staff made sure every day was a celebration! The food was mind blowing and service was even better ! The Mahal is so well maintained and clean! We even went on a safari organised by the Mahal upon request which was an experience we would never forget ! The pink skies, the sunset and night lights sparkling on the Gorgeous property made it look like something out of a story book! Every room has an experince waiting to be explored! Our overall stay was serene, tranquil and yet so much fun!!
A MUST Visit! Thank you so much to the amazing staff starting with Mr. Zaheer the GM, the F&B staff, Surendra ,Surat ,Rizwan
Rajkumar and Rahul!!
We can't wait to visit again! ❤❤❤😍😍😍
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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IshwinderSingh wrote a review Mar 2021
Chandigarh, India177 contributions190 helpful votes
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We stayed for a night at Alsisar Mahal enroute Jaipur from Chandigarh via Hissar. The approach to the hotel from the State Highway is through a narrow road crisscrossing the village. The signage is not good and one has to depend on Google Maps.
Once inside the hotel, one is impressed by the sheer magnificence of the property. This is a 17th century palace belonging to the Alsisar royal family who are also running the hotel. We had booked a Deluxe room but since we required an extra bed, we chose to upgrade to a Super Deluxe room which has an extra day bed.
Our room was massive and had a huge sitting area. We also did check out the Deluxe rooms which are also fairly spacious.
In the evening, we went for the sunset Jeep Safari of the semi-arid surroundings. It was a nice experience and we got an opportunity to learn more about the local flora and fauna. Tea was served on a sandy patch halfway through the Safari.
On our return, we took a guided tour of the Palace. The property is in relatively good condition and has several spots to take beautiful photographs. Particularly impressive was the rooftop restaurant Badal Mahal and the adjoining terrace from where one can get a mesmerizing view of the surroundings. Interestingly, the palace has a dungeon themed Bar/ Club in the Basement and a world war themed lounge cum TV room!
We had our dinner and breakfast in the open air courtyard adjoining the main dining room. The food was average but the setting was magical. The staff was quite courteous and try their best to please you.
The primary clientale of this hotel has been groups of foreign tourists who spend the first couple of nights of their Rajasthan tour in this hotel However. now with these tourists not visiting India due to Covid, occupancy is low. We visited during a weekday and only 3 out of the 40+ rooms were occupied. I believe the occupancy is better during weekends. The place is also becoming popular for destination weddings and conferences.
For a leisure traveller this is certainly a good choice to enjoy authentic royal treatment for a night or two.
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Date of stay: March 2021
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udayahlawat wrote a review Jan 2021
New Delhi, India40 contributions15 helpful votes
We took a short family trip to this property in early October and were all quite pleasantly surprised with the place and the service offered. The hotel has been very well restored and maintained by the owners who seem to be managing the hotel themselves rather than giving it to a chain. This is quite visible with the personal service the staff offers. The hotel being a heritage property maintains the old world charm with all the modern amenities. The food is excellent and the focus on local cuisine is great. There are no televisions in any of the room's it gives you ample opportunity to relax and spend time with the family. The pool is really great and the hotel offers poolside service which is really great since one would like to spend most of the day there.

However, I think more than anything it is the staff that makes the place really amazing. They are willing to go to any extend to make your stay memorable. Even though they were short staffed post the pandemic they never let that affect the service.

Overall an really nice place to go and relax. Not for those who are looking for entertainment or allot of activities in and around the hotel.

Word of advice if you are travelling with the elderly, please book a room on the ground floor as the stairs can be a bit tricky for them. Since this is an old fort the staircases in certain parts are what they were originally and can be a little difficult for the older people.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Answer from niyam
Oct 2019 |
Yes. They have rooms large enough to accommodate all 4.5 of you :) With ease and comfort. Each room is bespoke and grand.
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