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... and the hotel, a wonderful experience for travellers. The suites are huge and done in character. Although they might need a...
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... The later may even attract unfortunate accidents. The room services were also not at par and slow. But hats off for the...
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... a wonderfully tasteful stay. We were taken to a charming room on the first floor, but it gave on to an internal corridor...
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... I have sent several emails to the reservations email but have had no reply. Is this usual? I am concerned as at this point I am not sure if we have a room here or not.
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Frequenttraveler031 wrote a review Oct 2014
Schaffhausen, Switzerland414 contributions1502 helpful votes
We spent two days at the Lami Nivas Palace Hotel in Bikaner during our recent trip around Rajasthan. It must count as one of the most impressive Palace Hotels in India. At this stage I must congratulate the new General Manager, Mr Manoj Shah for the fantastic job he’s doing at the Hotel. I can honestly say that I have very rarely come across a Hotel Manager anywhere around the world, who is taking his job more seriously. His personal attention to the guests is absolutely fantastic. Under his tuition the staff are competent and friendly, and the hotel, a wonderful experience for travellers. The suites are huge and done in character. Although they might need a little bit of freshening-up, you can feel the history of the room radiating from its grandeur.
It happened to be my birthday during our stay, and we opted for the private dinner experience. WOW!! Si all I can say! The chef created a fantastic 6 course dinner served by a private butler, and the decoration of the room was out of this world. Hundreds of candles reflected in the gold relief painting on the walls and the tablecloth was made of fresh flower petals! A dream! It made me feel like a true Maharaja. To our surprise, the decorations (Flower-petal tablecloth) was carried over to surprise us at breakfast, where literally everybody was staring at spectacle, wondering, I’m sure, who we were to justify this special treatment. It was worth every cent and I’ll certainly do it again next time.
The only negative I have about the hotel is the pool-area. Due to hundreds of pigeons, the pool surround wasn’t very clean. Although there was someone sweeping all the time, he wasn’t really cleaning the tiles, and it was unpleasant to walk through all the pigeon droppings.
I can highly recommend this Hotel to anybody traveling through Bikaner in Rajasthan. Thank you once again to Mr Shah and the staff for a memorable stay.
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Date of stay: October 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Spend the extra Money for one of the Historical Suites, it's worth it. Avoid the so called...
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Response from LaxmiNiwasPalace, Manager at The Laxmi Niwas Palace
Responded 24 Oct 2015
Dear Honorable Guest, We appreciate your feedback and thank you for taking the time. We are happy to welcome you to The Laxmi Niwas Palace and pleased that you so enjoyed your stay with us. At The Laxmi Niwas Palace it is our ongoing endeavor to create unique experiences for our guests, help curate memories that that they can cherish forever. We are glad that we were able to do that for you. We hope you will come back to The Laxmi Niwas Palace in the future and we look forward to welcoming you once again. Sincerely, Management The Laxmi Niwas Palace
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Saptarshi M wrote a review Dec 2014
New Delhi, India7 contributions9 helpful votes
A lovely palace and fine artwork everywhere. One can get romantic with its grandeur and intricate motifs. An ideal place to trace the past back and evenings would act as catalyst. If it was just a palace to watch out, I have nothing negative to stay. But when one brings it under the umbrella of hospitality business, regular maintenance of equipments in the rooms, washrooms is a must. Here the hotel gets a big zero. The toilet accessories were in poor condition, as were the electrical fittings. The later may even attract unfortunate accidents. The room services were also not at par and slow. But hats off for the dining experiences!! Delectable dishes they prepare, particularly lamb dishes! Those who serve are fine, but I must name Mr. Roi Das (hope I am taking his correct name; he is originally from Coochbehar of West Bengal). He was wonderful and extended immaculate services with great warmth. The manager of the hotel was nice to speak to. The travel website through which we had booked, gave us a voucher saying our pick-up and drop-off would be taken care of by the hotel but the hotel denied providing such arrangements. At last the manager arranged for some auto-rickshaws. I had aged parents and in a chilly winter afternoon, it was a bad experience. The hotel should have provided us with a cab service (when they have their own car- two round trips to a 5 km distance would have proven a fine and royal gesture!).
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Date of stay: December 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Jagdish Ram Solanki, General Manager at The Laxmi Niwas Palace
Responded 17 Dec 2021
Dear Guest, Khamma Ghani (Namaskar). We sincerely apologies for reverting you very late. Thank you for choosing Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner for your stay and sparing time to share your review on Trip Advisor. We have communicated your feedback to the entire team. I am certain that this will serve as a source of inspiration for us to achieve higher standards of excellence in the future. Look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you back again to our hotel. Jagdish Ram Solanki, General Manager.
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Nevine D wrote a review Nov 2015
London, United Kingdom76 contributions42 helpful votes
The Laxmi is an impressive and palatial structure, set on beautiful and photogenic grounds. I often get my first indoor impression from the entrance and lobby which in this hotel reflects what you can expect. In this case the quality hits you straight away and as you enter the courtyard and its arches your esthetic senses are overwhelmed.
The scale and beauty of the architecture is a true joy, you know that you will have a wonderfully tasteful stay.
We were taken to a charming room on the first floor, but it gave on to an internal corridor which althouh large, felt claustrophobic for me. We were soon changed to a room with views over the gardens which felt more open. The room was comfortable and old fashioned in a way that I love but the bathroom was in need of a little updating. This cannot reduce my rating as it seemed like a detail compared to the beauty of this grand palace.
We dined in the couryard, food was delicious and served by attentive staff. We had breafast in the same enchanting setting to the sound of a young talented flutist.
The billiard room is spectacular with hunting trophies adorning the walls, a true taste of the Maharaja 's lifestyle. The bar is equally fascinating, an insight to their glory days.
This hotel is magnificent situated very close to Bikaner itself yet a total haven of peace and beauty.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Make sure that your room gives onto the gardens or internal courtyard and not onto an internal...
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Responded 17 Dec 2021
Dear Guest, Khamma Ghani (Namaskar). We sincerely apologies for reverting you very late. Thank you for choosing Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner for your stay and sparing time to share your review on Trip Advisor. We have communicated your feedback to the entire team. I am certain that this will serve as a source of inspiration for us to achieve higher standards of excellence in the future. Look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you back again to our hotel. Jagdish Ram Solanki, General Manager.
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ApurvGarg wrote a review Aug 2011
Noida, India64 contributions69 helpful votes
We stayed here for a night with Family and friends. We had 2 rooms. We were upgraded to Suites but the rooms were stinking and smelly ! Airconditioning in the rooms were poor. Rooms are dated and need a lot of renovation
Good for a foreigner who wants to experience the fun of staying in a palace ... Nothing more than that !
Avoidable completely but I guess still the best in Bikaner !!
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Date of stay: August 2011Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Jagdish Ram Solanki, General Manager at The Laxmi Niwas Palace
Responded 17 Dec 2021
Dear Guest, Khamma Ghani (Namaskar). We sincerely apologies for reverting you very late. Thank you for choosing Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner for your stay and sparing time to share your review on Trip Advisor. I have recently joined and would like here as a General Manager and felt that at least apologies to you for the inconvenience caused here. There are times however when even the best of intentions are not good enough and therefore, it is only through our guests that we get feedback on our services, which in turn helps us to improve our standards. We have communicated your feedback to the entire team. I am certain that this will serve as a source of inspiration for us to achieve higher standards of excellence in the future. Look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you back again to our hotel. Jagdish Ram Solanki, General Manager.
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nanciet wrote a review Dec 2013
Laval, Canada73 contributions26 helpful votes
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One of my favourite hotel that i've stayed in on my 3 weeks vacation in India. A real palace. It was very confusing for me to find my room (every time; ."lots" of corridors , you just kept walking and walking not knowing where you could end) it was fun to wander around in the corridors as there was tons of old pictures. Food was ok,but not the best i had in India. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
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Date of stay: November 2013Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Responded 17 Dec 2021
Dear Guest, Khamma Ghani (Namaskar). We sincerely apologies for reverting you very late. Thank you for choosing Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner for your stay and sparing time to share your review on Trip Advisor. We have communicated your feedback to the entire team. I am certain that this will serve as a source of inspiration for us to achieve higher standards of excellence in the future. Look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you back again to our hotel. Jagdish Ram Solanki, General Manager.
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