Travelled as part of tour group and stayed one night in this fabulous and breathtaking hotel. Our room was opulent and very well appointed with furnishings in keeping we felt with the age of richness and luxury of the days when used by the maharajahs. Our room had large comfortable veiled bed and two separate day beds for lounging! The bathroom was also huge and well appointed with excellent shower. Our food was good with a varied choice and we were sad to leave as the one night was not enough to explore and enjoy our surroundings. There were so many courtyards to sit and just listen to silence and songbirds - amazing! The room was fully air conditioned and also had mosquito plugs (just remember not to switch it off!). This amazing Heritage Hotel was in an isolated…
Good old patterns looking furniture. Neat clean and calm areas. Food was good. You are in the lap of village and nature. One must try and get a feel of silent night and early morning bird singing. Nothing to explore in the village.
This place is magnificent, it is a really royal stay in a beautiful castle. The grounds are amazing and the pool is lovely. The dining room is stunning and the whole place is steeped in the history of a bygone era. The rooms are huge and the fittings are antiquated but that only lends to the charm of the place. The food, service and staff was great.
We stayed at the property whilst touring India . Absolutely brilliant property the rooms where expansive beautiful grounds , lovely court yards amazing views from rooftop terraces .The staff were friendly and very helpful.The dining room has to be seen to be believed.Food excellent a must if you are in this part of India
If you want a great experience of life now and how it was, book to go here. it's in a remote and simple place, but you turn a corner and there is Alsisar Mahal in all it's glory. There area variety of different rooms to explore which you woudn't expect to find. The dining room wouldn't look out of place in Buckingham Palace. Very attentive and pleasant staff. Would love to visit again.