Laxmi Niwas is one of the best heritage properties we have visited in recent times. The place is restored nd maintained as per how the "Rajas" lived which makes it a little spooky at times but really royal.
I had a birthday dinner planned for my husband in their "GOLD ROOM" which was just outstanding. From the food to the decoration to the royalness of the room. We just coudnt get over the vibe of the place. The staff was soo well mannered nd served with immense love which made us feel that we were a part of the royal family.
ASHU JI was great help in organising the entire surprise. Really grateful to him.
If ur looking for a heritage, Luxurious, value for money place to stay this is the place to be.
Thank you so much team Laxmi Niwas
Beautiful property with great services they provide. Its an actual old palace property where you can get best of the pics and also enjoy the real palace experience. The staff is very very corporative and go an extra miles to fulfill all your wishes. The only drawback I can say is they need to upgrades their room but again if they do it you won't get the feel of the palace
This palace truly reflects the grandeur and warm hospitality of ancient India. The moment you enter this hotel, you feel the true essence of magical Rajasthan. Every pillar and room has a story to tell and will leave you mesmerized. The staff is their biggest asset. They leave no stone unturned to make your stay truly magical. Can not thank enough Mr. Nagraj and his entire team to make our stay memorable and create an everlasting memory.
The Laxmi Vilas Palace Hotel is an old property still very well maintained with its huge gardens, terraces, a museum and the Lalgarh Palace on campus besides the private residences of the Royal Family.
Popular as a tourist and wedding destination as well as sought after by film crews to shoot on location.
The staff are gentle and old timers and have a graceful air about them. Our check in process was smooth and though we’d arrived last lunch time we got a nice spread.
The rooms are huge and they’ve added a modicum of modern amenities to the rooms. While we appreciate that such an old and large property has its challenges, they’ve tried to make it comfortable though we through they could’ve been a little warmer and richer and not as bare as we found them. There’s a warmth and a welcome feeling you get when you enter a well filled room but large as our suite was, a touch here and there would’ve made a huge difference.
The food however is the best we’ve had in Rajasthan. It is amazing. It’a fresh and tastes just as if it were made at home. We were lucky to catch a meal at their other property Narendra Bhawan as well and that was fantastic too. The setting the ambience and the grub was first class.
The city though is a big disappointment. With such a rich and varied history, it was sad to see the town was dirty, dusty and rundown. Junagadh Fort is beautiful but the areas around are just messy. Seems like they haven’t heard of swacch Bharat in Bikaner, sad...
Heritage, luxury mixed with incredible service, awesome combination. Mr. Vikas Tomar (he is actually one gem Laxmi Niwas has) and his Team left no stone upturned whether it was Service (he even arranged for a foot brace when will told him me had met with an accident ) or Food ( as we had some specific diet plans) He even took us on a tour for the entire Palace explaining each and every detail and advised on City Tours as well.
We stayed in the Royal Suite belonging to the Mahraja itself and indeed felt like one as it has been so well maintained inspite of being close to 120 years old.
Great show, am sure you will not be disappointed.