This hotel is not what it seems - we had a very bad experience here (we were the only ones staying in this huge hotel!) it’s in the middle of nowhere no dinner facilities only 2 boys cooking in a filthy kitchen! We didn’t quite understand what was happening here and couldn’t wait to leave as soon as daylight cane. I would seriously delete this hotel from bookings before there’s a fatality here (I know it’s India) but this was frightening as well as filyhy
Amazing place, villas are really specious and have all the amenities and have amazing digital features. Bathrooms are really relaxing and great. U can't wait to have a bath. Recommended to all the honeymoon couples.
I had my functions at Talaibagh Palace and I couldn't have chosen a better venue. Before the functions we also visited and stayed at the property for a couple of weekends. The property is beautiful with Huge rooms. Each room feels like a presidential suite. Very clean and well maintained. The food was also delicious. The Chef did an amazing job and everyone was in Complete aww. Thank you Talaibagh Palace for giving us beautiful memories. This review was long due.
Our group had booked 5 rooms in early Feb in this 11 room hotel. Though the hotel was built 4-5 years ago, it has a heritage look and feel with large rooms and wooden furniture. All our rooms were front facing, with three rooms on the ground floor having the facility of a sit out on the common patio facing the lawns. There was a nice looking pool which we did not use because of the cold weather. The rooms were very large, clean and comfortably furnished with modern baths and clean linen. The staff was very attentive as there were few other guests. The meals including breakfast and dinner were well made and enjoyable, though a bit expensive. While we had a great stay and would return, there were some issues which need mention. The hotel is located way out of the city at the end of a 10 minute (3 km) drive on an unpaved road from the highway. This makes access difficult and there is no shopping, dining or transport nearby. Running hot water was a problem and we were provided hot water in buckets instead.…
Very peaceful surroundings around the hotel as located outside the city. Good hotel to relax and enjoy with your family and friends. Spacious and clean rooms,huge garden lawns and swimmimg pool. Friendly and helpful staff, good food overall service was excellent.
Excellent food service & Friendly nature staff..clean & clear place & very good service overall.. supporting in all the aspects and need of the customers.There is available approx. All type of rooms .overall very good place for visitor...
Pros: The property is as described and shown in the pictures, no hidden surprises. The rooms are big and luxurious and the gardens very beautiful. It's a great place to just relax and do nothing. The building has been constructed recently to look like a palace. It is close enough to Jaipur but far enough from the noise and traffic. Just opposite the road leading to Amber Fort. Cons: 1. Since the tariff is on par with many luxury hotels in Jaipur, a few of the disappointments included, - no room-cleaning between the 2 days/nights we spent there - a very average breakfast spread - Just two 500-ml water bottles for our entire stay and additional ones at Rs. 150/ltr 2. The property is about 3 kms off the highway in something that looks like a remote village. While it is very picturesque, it could be a little dangerous at night as the road isn't lit too well. I'd say having your own vehicle is mandatory to have a hassle free experience at this place. 3. We didn't try the food here but we didn't see too many people trying it either. Going by the price of water I'd assume the food might have been pretty expensive too. 4. While they did have wifi, it worked only in the restaurant.…
we were a group of 20 odd stayed just for a days. This is just of the road when you approach the place This is perhaps a two to three years old property The approach and surrounding is nothing much to speak of The place is well tended ( rooms are very good size ( air conditioning is great room size and bathrooms are nice) Hot water generally a problem doors almost all of them have problem in locking ( some last minute changes on all room locks have left closing and locking the doors a problem. Food is like home cooking nothing artistic but easily palatable all together a place where you need a small group to enjoy
This is a small palace hotel located in the outskirts of Jaipur. It's good for those seeking recluse or traveling in bigger groups. The hotel has cordial staff and decent food options. We had a luxurious weekend getaway here!
Place is average but food we had there was very poor we just left all the food we order last night and also very expensive we were 6 friends and bill was 6300 and services is very poor staff dose not know how to serve food. Overall our experience is very bad.