I’m so glad that my tour included a stay at the Tordi Garh. You can feel that their hospitality is truly genuine. Even though the accommodations are quite basic (as far as amenities), the rooms are very charming, with beautiful colored glass windows and an old world feel. My main concern was air conditioning and the rooms do have a modern a/c that works well. There is room for improvement for very simple things, for example, in the bathroom, the shower products were either used or dried up from lack of usage. Also, the patio furniture really needs replacing. They cook delicious traditional Indian food and even set up a bar to purchase adult beverages so dinner in the evenings are great, specially with the option of dining under the stars. The whole family is involved in the operation, even their teenage daughters were very helpful and extremely friendly. I would definitely recommend.…
Excellent service from the staff, clean facilities and excellent food could not recommend this place more. On our stay we were apart of a group tour and even got to play a few games of cricket with some of the staff.
What an amazing experience staying in this 16th century palace, surrounded by countryside, beautiful views and a town with a welcoming population. I came here with Intrepid in a group and all of us will remember this place as a heilight of our trip. It was such a nice change of pace to the major cities. My only regret was that I didn't stay longer.
We stayed here for one night during our intrepid tour and it was fantastic! Everyone was hospitable, the food was delicious, the rooms/ building itself felt very special and the views were incredible. We were taken on a tour of the town and it was so fascinating to see another facet of Indian life away from the hustle and bustle of the cities. If you get the opportunity to stay here, do it! It’s worth your time and you won’t be disappointed.
What an amazing place this was, wonderful hospitality, comfortable , clean, friendly. So much to enjoy, from a safari, to village walks to a pottery demo such a fascinating on-site into life in rural Rajestan. The accommodation was so quaint nd very heritage being a past royal dwelling. Lovely meals were prepared
What a beautiful place! I was part of a tour and stayed just the one night. The rooms are so pretty and basic with everything you need. The staff are so helpful and friendly. The meals included were just perfect for the location.
I mean, this place is pretty much a palace. It's beautiful.Set in the village of Tordi Sagar in Rajastan, We had the palace to ourselves, we were able to explore the building and just enjoy our time here. We were served lunch, dinner and breakfast here - which were buffets of food. It was all just so amazing!You can head up onto the roof and watch the sunset over the village and the dunes. It was just the perfect way to relax and enjoy our time, feeling the sun and wind over our faces as we played our card games in the evening.
Just a really beautiful place. Staff was good, food was great. Not sure how much it is, but everything was fantastic. The toilets and rooms were all clean, there is a nice dining hall on the upper levels.
I recently stayed at Tordi Garh as part of a tour through India. Going in, I did not know much about the area & thought of it as a mere half way point to our next destination. But when we pulled up to the hotel I realized how wrong I was. The hotel was absolutely beautiful. A little piece of history! And I was so happy that I got to spend an evening there. The building was stunning, the rooms clean and comfy. It was my favorite acc of my entire trip. The staff were incredibly helpful. The 2 meals I ate while staying there were delicious. The home cooked food made from home-grown organic produce was some of the best food I ate in India. It was incredible to be able to stay in a village & to see & experience first hand how the locals live. Young local girls coming up to the terrace to do beautiful henna for all the ladies after dinner was the perfect end to an amazing stay in Tordi.…
This was a lovely place to spend a night. The location is a lovely small village in Rajasthan that is off the beaten path but is quietly welcoming of tourists. The historic details of the building were beautiful. Don’t expect the palace to be posh by first world standards, but it is clean, beautiful, and has good Rajasthani food upon request. It had a/c in the rooms and modern, clean, “western” bathrooms, in case that is priority. I wish I could have stayed longer. One of the best parts were the local people, who were willing to set up local tours for us. I also loved sitting on the veranda in the evening and listening to the sounds of the village and the call to prayer.