My second visit. Took care to an even higher level this time thanks to Ram Singh, Natwar, Poonam, Gajendra Ji and of course Aditya Dada.. Safari experience is better than most in SWM due to Rajkumar and Lokesh. The winter and new year period meant the Bagh was buzzing in the eves as well. Baba and me are most grateful, loyalty will last forever when both of us travel to RTR. Tigers galore but an experience of a lifetime all thanks to Rajkumar in the last safari I.e tiger and bear fight! Thank you all and see you soon.
If you are visiting Ranthambore for a swim and a spa.. this isnt the place. But, if you are visiting for all things nature and tigers then this IS the place to be. R Bagh is a beautifully curated treasure trove of knowledge, photography and hospitality. If you are visiting in the not so hot months then I highly recommend the tents over the rooms. They are way more than basic and has everything essential to your stay but dont expect luxury. The food and service is impeccable. The tents tend to be slightly noisy due to the busy street nearby but nothing of concern really. The home is owned by nature lovers and recognised photographer - Aditya Dicki Singh and Poonam SIngh and it shows. It also boasts of a friendly labrador- Muffin. We loved our 3 nights there. Highly recommended.
Sleeping in a big tent and enjoying time between safaris is the perfect mixture for this hotel. Although it was really cold at night, there were enough bedspreads; a heater and hot water were available in the tent. Eating Dinner outside at a campfire and talking to the other guests made so much fun. The staff did everything to make us feel good.
Its a nice place to be in. The tents are good, though a bit congested and the safari experience is awesome. The best part is the food that you get here. Awesome home cooked food and great taste. The staff is very friendly and ensures that your stay is comfortable in the best way possible. Don't try any non-Indian cuisine though :-)
This hotel was sold as a quality hotel for those visiting the National Park. The staff were friendly and helpful but the facilities and service are not what we expected. the rooms are basic with no TV or tea/coffee making facilities and little furniture or view. There are tents but we understand they are very noisy (road noise). The food is a limited buffet and if you fancy a drink (alcoholic) with it, think again. We were only allowed to drink alcohol in our room. When we checked the website it was vague about facilities and some websites show pictures of a swimming pool that doesn't exist. We booked for three nights but left after two.