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... dining room is cool. There is a spa as well as a swimming pool. The enclosed courtyards give enough privacy. It is a great...
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... of history with beautiful little courtyards, nice swimming pool, a games room filled with trophies and very old items, the...
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... a well maintained heritage property with a nice garden , pool and a temple within the premises. Large courtyard with 2...
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474Guava wrote a review Sept 2011
Delhi27 contributions16 helpful votes
Alsisar is a great VFM holiday in the Shekhavati Region. The palace has been renovated with love, care and style. The minute one enters, the service begins. There is a great ambience and the period haveli has been furnished beautifully. The reception rooms have been tastefully decorated with inlaid work and mirrors. The owner has a poenchant for this ancient craft and has preservedthe heritage in every way Even standard rooms are large enough for a family. The suites are huge and live up to the its reputation. We loved the bar which is quite unique and the dining room is cool. There is a spa as well as a swimming pool. The enclosed courtyards give enough privacy. It is a great getaway for the quiet life. The town is very quiet like other towns in the Shekhavati region so don't expect anything much to do in terms of night life.

The service is very personalised, the guides highly knowledgable. I would recommend taking the hotel guide to tour the Jhujhunwala Haveli which is being restored. It is a gem. The town of Alsisar is a heritage property. it is clean and has many attractions to offer. The hotel staff gave us a the right route to Delhi when we drove back and this saved us 2 hours besides being very scenic. Please do take their advice. The food very good and served in style. We were the only guests when we arrived and the fixed menu was well chosen. he staff will also arrange dinner in one of the courtyard or around the pool. I loved the blue decor of the dining room. Bathrooms are wonderfullly clean and huge. I loved the shower alcove and the soothing decor.
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Date of stay: February 2011Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: The rooms over the pool have a great view.
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GLORIA JOSEPH wrote a review Sept 2021
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India245 contributions27 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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Pradeep_ramachandran wrote a review Feb 2019
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India50 contributions7 helpful votes
Overall a well maintained heritage property with a nice garden , pool and a temple within the premises. Large courtyard with 2 bonfires in the evening. The world war II lounge is a good concept but an underutilised space. We were provided with a suite. It was large and spacious with reasonably well appointed period furniture. The room was due for some paint touch up and soft refurbishment. The dining hall is grand . The food and beverage service staff is very friendly, however the quality of food and choice of menu needs improvement.
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from DhruvSingh, Owner at Alsisar Mahal
Responded 2 Mar 2019
Dear Guest, Thank you for choosing to stay at our heritage property we are so glad you had a comfortable and memorable stay. We appreciate your valuable suggestions and will look into improving food quality and hopefully not disappoint you next time round. Though, i would like to point out all the veggies are bought from a local farmers market and are fresh and organic. I shall personally share your feedback with the entire team and provide training where required. We look forward to welcoming you back to Alsisar Mahal. Warm regards Dhruv Singh Alsisar
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tony777_11 wrote a review Mar 2017
Cirencester, United Kingdom131 contributions87 helpful votes
We spent one night here as part of a tour of this part of India. It is a converted palace and is an extraordinary place to stay. It is situated in a quite small village/town that was not marked on any map I had but there are other palaces in the area as well, one of which, just across the road, we were able to visit.
Our room had an vast four-poster bed in the centre of a marble-floored room, with a large bathroom adjacent.
The dining room is the most amazing room with a high vaulted ceiling and beautiful wall painting.
There is a lovely pool in the grounds, adjacent to the palace's own temple. It was wedding season when we were there, with six separate wedding processions making their way through the town, all stopping at the hotel temple as part of the ceremony. Amazing to watch although I wasn't too keen on the dancing camel, echoes of a past life when animal care was not so refined.
Definitely worth seeking out on the way back to Delhi from Jaipur.
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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udayahlawat wrote a review Jan 2021
New Delhi, India37 contributions36 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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