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Thakur Ajeet Singh ji and family would like to extend the hospitality of their ancestral palace, Chanoud Garh, to the aesthete traveller in you. Chanoud Garh, a land filled with tales of valour and chapters of history. This three-hundred-year-old palace sprawls over 2,00,000 sq. ft. deep into the grandeur of yore. It's been carefully preserved to transport you back to the era of the gallant rulers. Chanoud Garh offers 7 meticulously renovated spacious deluxe suites. No two suites are alike; each furnished aesthetically keeping the feel and the sensibility of the area and local tradition. Chanoud Garh offers the most modern of amenities, it does so rather discreetly. What it does offer quite lavishly is a rich and authentic experience of Rajasthani royal hospitality. Welcome to Chanoud Garh, a reason in itself for one to make a trip to the princely state of Rajasthan.
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Fariba F wrote a review Apr 2022
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We were 5 friends who stayed at this beautiful 300 years old Palace called Chanoud Garh, which has been beautifully restored, yet the old world charm has been retained. We were given a warm and traditional welcome by the Singh Family. It was such a pleasure meeting and interacting with each member of this family. They are one of the most delightful families we’ve ever met. The rooms are huge and attractive, furnished with period style furniture. The bathrooms are large and very modern. Our stay was very comfortable and a different experience all together. The home cooked food was delicious and plentiful. The amazing Singh family are kind and humble and shared their stories with us and we got to spend quality time with them. We cherish the time spent together with them and would definitely recommend this gorgeous place for a truly great experience. Do not miss out on this place!
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Date of stay: March 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Ama wrote a review Feb 2021
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February 2020 - Mother & daughter tour A year ago we came off the highway and into a sleepy village. Having been in cities up until now, we could feel ourselves unwinding. We were greeted by a delightful family and were given a traditional greeting with a marigold garland. We were made to feel special and you couldn't tell there were others around. My Mum & I could have cheerfully stayed here for the rest of our holiday and our eyes were leaking when we left two nights later. The first place we could truly relax and met the family and staff who had a clear love for the place and the animals and birds! We felt like we were in a movie set. The rooms were just gorgeous and the food tasty. We had a chance to mingle with the family and other guests, and the restaurant and apertifs at sunset were atmospheric. The family or staff kindly walked with my Mother to and from places to eat so she never felt rushed or left out. We were never left wanting, other than wishing we could stay longer! Excursions were a brief village walk to the school which was manageable for my Mum and the jeep safari which we both loved for the stories, the scenery and birds. Seeing Sarus Cranes unexpectedly and the sunset on the saltpans was a highlight! I'm not keen on having too much attention on my birthday but the family all did their bit of tasteful and discreet wishes and the schoolkids were fun and thoughtful too! Thank you for the cake too! Probably one of the best birthdays I've had in recent years. Without a doubt the memories of places like this have helped us get through this covid year
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Prasanna Vee wrote a review Jan 2021
Copenhagen Region, Denmark4922 contributions496 helpful votes
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Located in the heart of Rural Rajasthan, this luxuriant 300-year-old fort-palace - that has been painfully restored - is steeped in history, loaded with colorful artwork, and comes with a heavy dose of the famed Rajputana Hospitality. Spread over an area of over 200,000 square feet, the architecture of the palace exhibits a mix of three different schools of architecture- Mewar, Marwar and the British Raj. Studded with Stone Filigree Archways, Colorful Walls & Doors, Intricately Carved Jharokhas (overhanging enclosed balconies), Period style Furniture, Marble filled Corridors, Stained-glass Windows, and a fountain filled Courtyard - this place could disorient even the most knowledgeable travelers. The place feels like a Historic Haciendas of Central America from some angles, and like one of those Chapel Accommodations of Mexico or South America from other angles. And to confuse you further it also radiates the vibe of the Traditional Riadh’s of North Africa in some areas! What makes the place more culturally interesting is that some of the suites here were inspired by the architecture of the Victorian era, as they were built during colonial rule, for weary British travelers seeking a comfortable stay during their hunting expeditions. So you also get a vibe of the British Raj during your stay here! When I say this boutique-beauty has been ‘painfully’ restored – I really mean it in every sense of the word! The younger scions of the royal family who transformed this aging jewel – that was gradually eroding and starting to lose its shine – into a Heritage hotel spent almost a decade in the process of renovation. And they have certainly done a wonderful job of tastefully renovating it with great detail, an eye for color, and priority for quality yet retaining some of the essential heritage aspects. The fort complex is a treasure trove of historical artifacts, exquisitely designed quarters, frescoed walls, charming courtyards, and serene spaces. You could easily spend a whole day just exploring the various spaces and capturing those instaworthy pictures out of LOCATION: in the heart of Chanoud Village, less than couple of hours from Udaipur DINE + DRINK: All meals are included in the price of staying at Chanoud. You'll be treated to some delicious, traditional home-cooked Rajasthani cuisine, including many of the Rathore family’s favorites using recipes that have been passed down through the generations. ROOM: We stayed in Suite 09, so this review is based on that; VIEW: The sitout outside the room has a view of the Tranquil and calming courtyard; SIZE: Very spacious room; AIR-CON: Perfectly functioning cooler that helped in setting the perfect room temperature; BED: Comfortable bed that played the expected part to put me to sleep; BATHROOM: Stand in shower; TOILETRIES: Excellent Spa quality luxury cosmetics from KAMA! With just a small number of suites, every room feels personal. Each suite in the property feels personal, and unique due to the age and character of the building, and ours even came with original stone archways and impressive carvings. Spacious and beautifully-presented,it was furnished with period-style furniture and featuring large en suite bathrooms . FACILITIES: No Gym or Pool, just enjoy your time to unwind in ROyal luxury! SERVICE:There is a huge difference between Hospitality and Hosting. At Chanoud Garh you get treated to the latter which is almost impossible to find these days especially in a Luxury Heritage Stay. Right from the minute you step into this palace, You would be personally hosted by 13th-generation descendents of the Royal Rathore family, and treated like family and not as a guest of a Fort Palace hotel! HOW WIRED YOU WILL BE: Wi-Fi is available , but no TV. Perfect way to enjoy some cozy luxury time with your loved ones
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Date of stay: January 2021
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Ritika C wrote a review Nov 2020
Mumbai, India4 contributions2 helpful votes
We were there for the Diwali break , and had the most relaxed and comfortable stay. The family is very hospitable and went out of their way , to make sure everything was fine . Food was outstanding, a big spread every meal .the fort is beautiful and really nicely done . Came back rejuvenated! The highlight was the history tour with Jairaj ! All in all ..... A must go ...
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Gill K wrote a review Jul 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom9 contributions
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We arrived in chanoud Garh driving through very narrow streets then arrived at this amazing building/home because that is what it is. The rooms are amazing the architecture and interior design was stunning. We only stayed here for one night wish we could have stayed longer. Def will be back. There is so much history here one of the sons took us on a mini tour of the house its a very family orientated business. We spent a lovely evening with family round the fire pit. The food was local which was amazing. Unfortunately we had to leave and due to the virus fly home the next day. I want to thank the whole family and What a privilege for us to stay with you on our last night in India we will be back. Memories to cherish
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Maggie Webster wrote a review May 2020
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Nearing the end of our Rajasthan tour our two nights at Chanoud Garh were the most memorable - this is when we truly lost our hearts to India. From the moment we arrived the Singh family were incredibly welcoming. As we were greeted by Mahiraj and introduced to his father we immediately felt as though we had been personally invited to join their house party. Swati Singh was responsible for much of the fabrics and furnishing, we relaxed in our large suite surrounded by her good taste. The Singh's home is a family palace full of history, charm and style - which also perfectly describes the family. The quality of food was exceptional and better than we have experienced in a lot of high end London restaurants - the difference being we felt at home. Pre dinner drinks surrounded by fellow guests and the family around the glowing fire pit enabled us to chat and compare notes and stories of our travels. I spent time talking with Sarkar Ajeet - the patriarch of the famiy - such a charming and learned man. My husband and I, with other guests, attended Anuradha's cookery class & demonstration. We're so glad we did, not only was it fun but we learnt so much from this lovely lady and she emailed loads of recipes to us. Do not miss the walk through the village, the children especially love having their photos taken and the villagers are so welcoming too! There is an obvious respect of the villagers for the Singh family and their position in their society. This is reciprocated by the Singh's family tradition of responsibility and commitment to their local community, its health, wealth and improvement. One night simply was not enough - please do stay for a minimum of two nights, three and you will really relax and feel part of the beauty of real India.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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HappyTraveller186406 wrote a review Apr 2020
Chichester, United Kingdom63 contributions61 helpful votes
Our two nights at Chanoud Garh in February were way up among the most memorable of a 3 week trip to India. Touring Rajasthan, we inevitably try to pack in as much as possible - after all, for many this is probably the one and only visit we will make. Arriving at Chanoud Garh from the frenetic traffic and crowds of big cities is to arrive at an oasis of calm. The warm friendly welcome makes you feel instantly at ease and at home - except, of course, it's nothing like home. This heritage building that the family have so lovingly restored is both beautiful and comfortable, with spacious suites that have been updated without losing any of the original style and charm. Meals were absolutely delicious, and we particularly enjoyed the pre-dinner drinks with everyone around the fire pits, which gave us the opportunity to chat and compare experiences with fellow guests: it was more like a house party than a hotel stay. We loved the early evening jeep drive through the surrounding countryside, learning more about the way of life of the village, the agriculture and the wildlife; and our Sunday morning walk through the village itself, seeing all the generations going about their daily lives. Would have like to have visited the school had it not been weekend; but no school meant we did make contact with the children, most of whom were dying to have their photographs taken. There's plenty of opportunity to relax at Chanoud Garh if you want to, either in the delightful courtyard garden or on the comfortable shaded alcoves and terraces. Do fit a visit to Chanoud Garh into your Rajasthan itinerary, and stay more than a couple of nights if you can. This was our first trip to India and we realise in retrospect that we wished we'd slowed the pace a little. We'll just have to go back!
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Camping Mom wrote a review Mar 2020
California9 contributions5 helpful votes
We spent 2 nights here and what an incredible experience. Away from the fast pace of the standard Indian sightseeing schedule, we were transformed by the property's history, beauty- but most of all the love this family has for their "roots' and responsibility to the surrounding village. Jeep ride was a rare personal glimpse into the rural farm life with a wonderful surprise awaiting!.The evening campfire cocktail time included all the guests and family- unforgettable! It made us think hard about our own family history and what is really important in life...
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Stefan Becker wrote a review Mar 2020
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The dates for our trip to India was centred around spending Holi in Chanoud Garh. We are so, so glad we organised it this way and we are incredibly thankful for this experience! The Singh family (Ajeet, Jairaj, Anchal, Swati, Mahiraj and Anuradha), their staff and their 3 dogs were incredibly friendly and welcoming. It was truly a personal experience. I had my reservations about spending Holi in India because I had heard of women not being treated respectfully. Here, we spent Holi with the family, staff, other guests and some of the villagers. It was so much fun and I felt totally safe. We were fortunate to witness the whole spectacle. The family gave us the outfits that we needed to wear both on the night before and on the day of Holi. The women also had the option of getting their hands painted with henna by some of the local village girls. The night before Holi the women wore saris and the men wore another outfit with turbans. We watched some local villagers perform traditional dancing and afterwards we watched the burning of the holika in the village. The next day day was Holi. The elders of all the local villages started coming to pay their respects to Ajeet. Apparently they would randomly be coming for the next 10 days. It was obvious that they cared deeply for him and the feeling was mutual. We also played Holi (with colours and water). Thankfully we were all given a white outfit to wear, which of course was trashed by the end of the day. So much fun!!! Add to this, beautiful, historic accommodation, awesome food, sunset drinks on the Garh rooftop overlooking the peaceful, tranquil surroundings, evening drinks on the terrace and a wonderful talk on the local area and the families history while looking through all the families antiquities they have collected through the generations. Truly a memorable, not-to-be-missed experience. This is a MUST STAY!!!
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Sheena P wrote a review Mar 2020
Wellington UK35 contributions12 helpful votes
Chanoud Garh was one, if not the, highlight of our first trip to India. After the hustle and bustle of the cities of Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and Jodhpur, this oasis of calm was so welcome. From the moment you arrive (marigold garland such a lovely touch) you are made to feel special. It is a real family affair and the warmth of their welcome is truly genuine. The jeep safari, the cookery class and the walk round the village were all amazing, especially the latter as you got to ‘meet’ local people. The rooms, the public areas, the food - everything was perfect. If you get the chance to go, do!
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Date of stay: March 2020
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$241 - $257 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
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Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and blackout curtains.
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
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Yes, free parking and valet parking are available to guests.
Is Hotel Chanoud Garh located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.3 km away from the centre of Chanod.
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The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Hindi.