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at Nahargarh Ranthambhore

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... a lovely place. Front office was friendly and pleasant. The room, overlooked a courtyard and was very very beautiful. What...
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... with friends and family. Not having a refrigerator in the room was however a disappointing factor. It was inconvenient...
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... everywhere you turn there is some unique feature to see. Our room was amazing, with a massive lounge area and curtained off...
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What is the difference between haveli room and deluxe twim room
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Answer from Ijv
Dec 2019 |
The Haveli is situated farthest from the main lobby and entrance. its about 5-6 minutes walk, which is quite enjoyable. i loved it...
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satrab wrote a review Nov 2016
Mumbai, India39 contributions37 helpful votes
When I first entered, I was like WOW!! What a lovely place. Front office was friendly and pleasant. The room, overlooked a courtyard and was very very beautiful.

What didn't like? The room had a day bed, which hadn't been cleaned in a while. There weren't any blankets on the bed. Had to fetch them from the cupboard. So obviously, housekeeping is an issue. Only a litre of water kept in the room.
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Date of stay: November 2016Trip type: Travelled solo
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Teenu wrote a review May 2016
Delhi172 contributions6 helpful votes
Its a lovely hotel with a courteous staff. The spread for major meals is sumptuous. Kids had a lovely time at the three pools. Only a bunch of rooms around a courtyard ensured the privacy one needs. With no televisions in the rooms, staying here is a good occasion to bond with friends and family.

Not having a refrigerator in the room was however a disappointing factor. It was inconvenient calling for cold water to the room, in the heat in March. They should provide for a mini fridge
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Date of stay: March 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Look for rooms closer to the pool, than closer to the dining area.
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Response from DhruvSingh, Owner at Nahargarh Ranthambhore
Responded 19 May 2016
Dear Guest, Thank you for sharing your experience and for writing such a lovely review we are very grateful. I am delighted to read your positive feedback regarding the food and staff.we try to provide all guests with a peaceful and tranquil ambiance where they can relax and unwind after a adventurous day at the Ranthambore National Park. Thankyou for your valuable suggestions regarding the mini fridge we will try our best to incorporate that this off season. The entire team extends their gratitude for your warm appreciation and looks forward to serving you again. Thank you and best regards Dhruv Singh
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Jerseybean07 wrote a review Nov 2013
Jersey, United Kingdom41 contributions30 helpful votes
This hotel is like a palace, everywhere you turn there is some unique feature to see. Our room was amazing, with a massive lounge area and curtained off area with four poster. I felt like royalty. Dining under the stars in their courtyard area while their musicians played was very romantic and special. The staff were all courteous and very helpful. The young waiter even bringing me some honey and ginger concoction to help my cough! I can highly recommend the massage at the spa. The location is minutes from the National Park where we were lucky enough to see tigers on our only one safari! My only comment would be that it would be nice to have an a la carte option as well as the buffet.
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Date of stay: October 2013Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: I think our room was number 15, though cant be sure, but it was amazing. Best room I have ever...
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David B wrote a review Nov 2015
Cincinnati, Ohio11 contributions29 helpful votes
This hotel and property are beautiful. It is grand, and offers so much to see and do, it is unfortunate that we only had one night available in our schedule to stay here. The room was spacious, and they provided a somewhat private wing with single entrance to our group of 4 rooms. Indian food options were top notch, as was the unexpected entertainment that was provided. If we return to Sawai Modhopur in the future, we will stay here despite the relatively high cost of the property.
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Date of stay: November 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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wendyinafrica wrote a review Apr 2011
Dakar, Senegal883 contributions240 helpful votes
This is indeed a majestic place to stay, I was greeted with..Madam there is a mistake with your voucher.....I was a little nervous to say the least..
Your voucher INCLUDES all meals, and not just the breakfast it states...well thats a nice start...

We were here for 2 nights..most just come for 1 night expecting that tigers will be there for the asking..the park has 34 Tigers and being from an African Safari background I know the mentality of people who expect to see everything immediately..we booked a cantor ...definitely book a private car early..you can do this through the wesbite direct, but I had forgotten..sadly we were with a group of 14 english tourists..some who were sick with dysentery, this meant stopping several times to allow sick people to get off and do what they had to do...so the chance of seeing a Tiger on this afternoon was never going to be high..
The next morning we left with a group of Indian tourists..the driver and guide were amazing, I just knew their enthusiasm would make all the difference, and 1 hour into our canter ride we were rewarded with that gorgeous flash of Tiger stripes...stunning and breathtaking!
We loved our time here, the hotel staff were amazing, Ravi and his boys were simply incredible, Deepak gave us the most wonderful personal tour at sunset of the hotel, the musicians in the courtyard as you sipped afternoon tea a nice touch..
Our room was huge and charming...no internet or TV, and we had a lovely view over the front of the hotel, we thought it was very reasonably priced and with so much included very good value for money.
Please donot stay here if your looking for a fine dining culinary experience, or flat screen tv's and posh bathrooms, and internet...stay here if you like to relax with a good book, and just breath the fresh air, talk with nice people.
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Date of stay: April 2011Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: We had a twin room, front of the hotel first floor
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Answer from Ijv
Dec 2019 |
The Haveli is situated farthest from the main lobby and entrance. its about 5-6 minutes walk, which is quite enjoyable. i loved it as it was separated from the hullabulla of the main courtyard, with its own terrace and lounge. the rooms there are more or less the same as per the category you select.
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Answer from Rosemarie G
Jan 2017 |
Hello Sharvini...I'm sorry but we did not see any play areas for kids but perhaps you could ask the hotel direct....The swimming pool and courtyards was mostly what we experienced....and of course the day trip safaris.
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hugobeans asked a question Feb 2015
Tavistock, United Kingdom91 contributions
Hi all, What is the difference between a standard room and a deluxe room? Thanks
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Answer from Sanjeev S
Feb 2015 |
Hi. The rooms at this hotel are rather large. The standard room I had, could easily fit it 4 people, without any extra bed/clutter. Rooms around the 1st courtyard are better, though there's more noise/buzz around, as its closer to main spaces like dinning room, bar, reception, etc. I also liked rooms on ground floor better than those on 1st or 2nd floor, as the walls on the higher floors are too high and I felt claustrophobic out there. Plus except for the corridor and a few small seating spaces, there's no space for one to walk out to. If one prefers less hustle-bustle, the ground floor rooms in the last courtyard are most suited.
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