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at Nahargarh Ranthambhore

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... through Luxury Escapes, paid for upgrade to super deluxe room which included a private terrace, but was given a deluxe...
... magnificent hotel, such a unique place to stay. We loved our room, it was on the top level and was like our own penthouse...
... polite man, who on my request changed us to a different room for a different experience of the property which had a...
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What is the difference between haveli room and deluxe twim room
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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Fidaa wrote a review Dec 2022
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Stayed two nights at this beautiful hotel fashioned after a traditional royal Haveli. Bought through Luxury Escapes, paid for upgrade to super deluxe room which included a private terrace, but was given a deluxe room without. Had to keep asking for the complimentary services that came with the deal which was bit of a put off.
Nonetheless the room itself was very spacious and done beautifully in traditional style. Would have been great if they incorporated some modern amenities like USB ports to charge phones for international visitors. Instead had to ask for an adapter and charge one phone at a time.
There were two swimming pools both beautiful - especially Hathi Kund - but without any poolside service. In fact the pools were absolutely empty except for swarms of huge hovering bees. Would be nice to have attendants or beverage service.
Food was average. The tea and cookies in the courtyard were definitely a plus. So were the staff and the people working there..very courteous friendly and helpful.
A very photogenic and beautiful hotel, worth a stay as long as you don’t expect a five star experience.
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Ezz1_12 wrote a review Dec 2022
Exeter, United Kingdom128 contributions35 helpful votes
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A magnificent hotel, such a unique place to stay.
We loved our room, it was on the top level and was like our own penthouse suite. Traditional furnishings, comfortable bed and large shower room. We slept well and it was very quiet.
Early morning there are monkeys outside, although they did not disturb us. We only knew they were there when we went outside. They didn’t hang around long and seemed to go back to the National park by 8am.
Our first evening the buffet dinner was outside on a lawn courtyard, it was a magical setting and really lovely. Second night and lunch was in the dining hall as is breakfast. Food was great, some of the best we had on our trip.
Tea and biscuits served early morning in main courtyard before breakfast if going on morning safari.
Staff were great, special mention to the restaurant staff who were excellent, friendly and very helpful.

My husband had a massage at the spa during our stay and he said it was good.

Unfortunately we didn’t see any tigers on our safaris, but other guests did. Staying here made the journey worthwhile even though we didn’t see a tiger.

Highly recommend this hotel for the unique experience.
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Dipsikha D wrote a review Feb 2022
Mumbai, India4 contributions2 helpful votes
Grandeur Personified.. we chose to stay in this property to experience the fort like and palace feels..its a huge and each rooms was unique in its kind with different frontyard..balconies and views of the fort hotel. The staff were very courteous and helpful, it was our tenth anniversary and we had the best time! Special thanks to the manager Mr. Mahender Singh, a very soft spoken polite man, who on my request changed us to a different room for a different experience of the property which had a private terrace. Food was good and the highlight was their mutton Laal Maas, the best ever that I had in Rajasthan. Also, not to forget the bar of this hotel was so uniquely done which had horse style bar tools and intricate maharaja style aesthetics and the bar manager - Mr. Gyan was very sweet and polite that we spent an entire evening their post afternoon safari. We had a very warm spa experience too at nominal fees. All in all a value for money and an overtly wonderful experience.
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Date of stay: February 2022
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prernak6249 wrote a review Feb 2022
New Delhi, India6 contributions1 helpful vote
Having a horrible experience at this apparently 4 star hotel. The bedsheets are sooo coarse its impossible to sleep on them. We went to the bar for a drink which was empty and even after sitting for 20 mins the bartender had not even started with the order. When we decided to come to our room and order from the bar, it took them 40 mins or more to just send to large neat vodkas. The food is below average. The washrooms are nothing like they show in the photos. Overall bad experience so far.
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Carry your own bedsheets for a peaceful sleep
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Mani Sharma wrote a review Feb 2022
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We visited this hotel last year in April with a group of friends. Their food was amazing with a variety of options to choose from. The hotel is designed to provide a royal luxurious experience. The room size was good and so many beautiful places for photography. The staff was friendly and provided quality service.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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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 Kingdom89 contributions35 helpful votes
Hi all, What is the difference between a standard room and a deluxe room? Thanks
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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