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The Stepwell Dinner : Guests are taken on a magical journey from the Rawla through the village streets into the jungle before arriving at the 1100 year old “step well”. The magical setting is brought to life by dimly lit oil lamps that illuminate the setting through flickering light. The very private dinner is laid out in a traditional manner, it promises to remain unmatched experience to anything you will ever experience for a long time. The entire evening is like a secluded sanctuary inspired by the mystical past, bracing Indian spirituality and the unique experience of one being completely with nature.
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Don’t miss this hotel, it’s spectacular! The stepwell dinner was amazing! Loved the pool, would have stayed 2 additional days if I had known what a cool place it was!
The food was excellent and the manager was quite a nice guy! Loved the bar...More
Rawla Narlai is a gorgeous hotel in a rural location on the edge of a small town. The property is built around a series of courtyards with a pool and poolside bar incorporated. The backdrop being an enormous granite rock hill which overlooks the town,...More
I wish I could have given them 5 stars, but the breakfast buffet is a disappointment and last night’s dinner, which was a buffet of mixed Indian and European food, was very poor and cold. The pool area is lovely and having seen a leopard...More
My fourth stay at Rawla Narlai over the past five years and loved it. It retains all the classical elements of a noble country property with high level comfort and great food, wonderful service and atmosphere galore. Best of all, it offers a window on...More
After an initial hiccup with our accomodation which wasn't a great start to our 3 nights at the Rawla we took a while to settle. Upgrades were offered which both couples accepted on the first night but we both opted to head back for the...More