A home away from home is how I'd describe the stay experience. One of the least explored of Neemrana properties in North India, it's a traditional haveli converted into a heritage hotel and situated right at the entry to the laidback Bagar town in the Shekhavati region of Rajasthan. Fortunately enough, we had the whole place to ourselves for most part of the stay and hence the staff was courteous enough to accord personal attention to us. A point I'd like to make here having stayed at the numerous Neemrana properties: the manager was mildly rude on couple of instances, something which we never experienced at a Neemrana. Otherwise the staff was mostly good & well behaved. Coming to the place itself: it's well maintained with nothing much to do except relax to drive away the city blues. Just perfect! …
We Visited this place in May 22. Inspite of Summers being at its peak in Rajasthan, we had a very pleasant stay here. This Haveli is a beautiful heritage property. Open courtyards are so fascinating. The dining room is well furnished. We had gone for the mundan of our grandson. I truly loved this place. HospitLity of the attendants were unbelievable. They were very particular about small little things. My grandson is 2 and a half years old and they took extra care of his requirements The food was just amazing.👌 Still have the taste rolling in my mouth. Would definitely like to visit this place,if I get a chance to.
Shekhawati region, an unexplored region of Rajasthan. Place is famous for its food and hospitality. Have had the privilege and pleasure staying at the Neemrans Piramal Haveli. A gem of a hotel in Shekhawati. Neat and clean room's, mouthwatering food, polished and hardworking staff, and above all beautiful property. Mr Raj, the manager and his team are doing a wonderful job. Property is a small one with cozy rooms. It gives you a feel of spending few days like a maharaja. Spacious rooms and wooden work inside and outside gives a royal look. Chef prepares excellent vegetarian food and staff serves with all their love and affection. Highly recommended to people looking at staying away for a while from the hustle and bustle of cities.
We were a group of 5 staying at the hotel for 4 nights from 12th Dec onwards. Our experience was very good. Everything from the rooms to the food was very well taken care of. The staff was very courteous and helpful. Everything was customised for our needs.
We visited the haveli in a group of 8 and had a fantastic experience. It’s a picturesque and well kept haveli, and one among the many found in this area. The rooms are clean and tastefully decorated, and the staff is very courteous and non intrusive. They serve delicious local cuisine. It’s the perfect place for a quiet holiday away from city life.
We drive thru this quaint town, little badly maintained and narrow road called and pronounced at Bhaggad. You see the left and right with institutions and other buildings dedicated by the Piramals. This haveli also is by them but managed by the Neemrana's. Its a huge place with steps leading to the main enterance. Lovely setting and the rooms and place also huge. Needs a fair bit of up keep but satisfactory in terms of cleanliness. The maintenance also needs some attention like plumbing and electrical etc. Decent size rooms little outdated and can be bettered if they wish to have guest enjoy their stay. the food was delicious and tasty. served with love by the chef and service boys. We took the advantage of requesting the chef with recipe which we wanted to try and he oblige us with all of it, but only vegetarian is prepared in the kitchen. A drive and you can visit jhunjnu town and khetri which has forts and places of interest. I even went on the terrace portion of the haveli and got to see who was disturbing our sleep in the early morning. They were the beautiful birds who gather and have their conversations. We were lucky to get up and see the morning mist and fog, which brought out a different perceptive to the place. Since we went to attend a wedding, we stayed for 03 nights but a 02 night is good enough and the best time is the winter months.…
Neemrana properties carries it name like a legacy as the journey from Delhi is quite long and far to reach the place and it becomes quite hectic one. The another draw back is the roads are less busy which is good for driving but due to less touristic traffic it is very very hard to find a good restaurant or even a small highway eateries to stop over for breakfast or even a lunch. (When I say a good restaurant for me I even count small eateries which are nice, clean and hygienic for having food) The haveli at first look is scary and you will not like it upon the first look as the whole building is worn out and not maintained well and can give you a spooks from inside. But once you enter the Haveli you will feel that your decision is not wrong for choosing this Haveli (Especially for those who love peace) as you will receive a heart warming welcome from the well-trained Neemrana Staff- All Five Stars for their flexibility, help and hospitality during our stay. The rooms were amazing- Neat, Clean and tidy even provided with all toiletries which are necessary for the stay. I stayed with my girlfriend for the New years eve and they had a small event organised along with gala dinner which was good enough looking at the guest ratio staying in the hotel. Overall it is a must stay property with all excellent hospitality services which you can expect from Neemrana. Only Downside- Distance with no stopovers for food etc., Quaint Haveli at first look.…
I went there with my husband for a leisure weekend getaway. Stay- good Staff-cooperative surroundings-calm food-homelike and delicious I would specially like to mention about the professionalism of staff and team neemrana as i forgot my wallet there . But the management speedily reacted to it after i emailed them and made it sure to get it couriered.
My parents and I visited this property to take a break from our city lives, we were very happy with the hospitality offered by all the staff members and the food was absolutely exceptional and the chef was very modest about his skills. It’s an intimate property with just 8 rooms, it surely feels more of a home than a hotel. The frescoes are gorgeously done, hope Neemrana puts in more investment to make sure they don’t deteriorate further. There was issue related to the Wi-Fi the hotel staff tried their best to help us out but it was because of some backhand problem which couldn’t be solved by him. All in all a great experience and we would love to visit back with more of our family and friends.
Other than the calm surroundings, the hospitality standards at Neemrana's Piramal Haveli were exceptional. I would specially like to mention Mr. Dheeraj Chugh and Mr. Manoj who went out of the way to accommodate every request and offered us the most personalised experience ever.