Stayed here for 2 nights with senior citizen parents and young children, must say the property caters to all. Stay was comfortable, food was awesome and the staff was extremely courteous. Would definitely recommend everyone to stay here during their visit.
Stayed at Jungle View with the family for 2 nights on 5th/6th Jan. We stayed in Swiss tents. The locale is lovely and five minutes from the National Park Gates. The staff is very helpful and the manger Mr. Deepak made our safari drives possible. Did one morning and one afternoon game drives. spotting tiger and leopard in the morning and a very close encounter with tiger in the afternoon safari. The food was decent and the tent rooms were functional. It would be better to refurbish the tent rooms and the bathrooms as they seem a bit aged. However the staff and their initiative more than made up for the deficiencies.
Room, food and service was very good. Courteous staff, good menu and accesibility to and from the station. Timely service too. There is a pretty garden to sit, relax and unwind. Bonfire in the evenings brought in much warmth.
We visited ranthambore in 1st weekend of November.... The pool is good, food was simple and tasty...staff was also cooperative ...rooms quality was also good... As per the name of resort, it has a true jungle view... Overall pleasant stay...
Simple and nice place to stay,food is average,and for jungle safari try to take zone number 1,2,3,4 or 5 , one ride of safari in evening and one in morning, however morning time is best to visit in safari
We stayed here as part of a ranthambore safari package. We were in a luxury tent which was fantastic. Very comfortable bed, with a/c, a fridge, and an ensuite bathroom. There is a very pretty garden to relax in and a pool to cool off in. The staff were very helpful, friendly and accommodating. They let us have a late check out so that we could relax by the pool. The food was amazing, very big portions and very flavoursome. We were constantly full! All in all it was a very pleasant stay, especially if you are on a budget! I would highly recommend it.
There are two types of stays here the tents and the Rooms, if going in summers ensure that you pick the rooms as the tents will take a lot of time to cool. there is a nice pool for relaxing not to big though enough. The staff if very caring and service is excellent. The food is more like home cooked food and you can request if you want any special thing to be made. I would say its a nice little cozy place. It is close to the Gate 1,2,3,4,5 which are normally the best spotting zones and difficult to get. Please ensure that you have done your booking in advance. The Guy Named Aslam who takes care of this place helped us get the best zones for spotting and we could ensure that trip was awesome. His advice is great and you can trust his word. Best of luck for spotting the big cat !! …
We stayed here for 2 nights and overall enjoyed our stay, but there are some points future travellers should bear in mind. Starting with the good things... Food here is excellent, the restaurant is run by Wassim who couldn't be more welcoming and helpful. He was very organised and arranged meals around our activities, and provided a packed lunch on the last day. The whole restaurant team were very attentive and the chef made delicious meals. We stayed in one of the tents which was clean and well equipped with kettle, fridge, AC, toilet and shower. There wasn't any hot water but that wasn't a problem for us. We were the only guests while we were there so the place was very quiet, but the garden areas were very pretty. And for the less good points... We found the manager to be unwelcoming, unhelpful and quite rude. When we arrived he tried to upsell us to a cottage instead of tent, and didn't appear to have any record of our safari bookings, which we had email confirmation of from him. After some discussion he did book two out of the three safaris we wanted, and arranged a lift to Ranthambore Fort instead of the third. He claimed we didn't submit passport details early enough to book the safaris, however if this is true he didn't say so in emails during the booking process, which was 6 weeks before our stay. (This would have been more of an issue if we hadn't seen a tiger on the first safari). This is no criticism of the safaris themselves which are run by the national park, and are very good. Overall the owner seemed disorganised and uninterested. Fortunately the rest of his team are excellent and made up for this. Wassim should be in charge! When it came to paying, we had some difficulty as our UK credit card didn't work. We were driven to various ATMs around Sawai Madhopur many of which were out of order and the rest didn't accept our card. Eventually we paid in a combination of GBP, USD, and Rupees. Worth making sure you've got enough cash before you arrive. Final word of advice for guests: ensure you have confirmation of all bookings and prices in writing well in advance (including pick up cost of 800inr each way which we only became aware of at checkout). Make no assumptions! Do this and you'll have an enjoyable stay, worth it for the paneer butter massala alone. …
The tent was clean, AC was cold, clean bathroom. (I prefer tent on safari, but they have normal rooms as well). Overall resort is a pretty one at night when the lights on. The best part of my stay is the service which was exceptional, and breakfast/dinner is always a feast here. Too generous!! (Indonesian traveler)
Visited Ranthambore on safari and opted for the tented accommodation at Jungle View. Highly recommend the place as the service was great from start to end. Food was freshly prepared for each sitting and the staff were on hand to handle any of our requirements. Tents were warm and spacious and very clean.