This is most definately the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. Do not ever stay here. We arrived and no one greeted us, no one smiled. Checkin was hopeless. The entrance area had dirty plates and drinks and food everywhere. As we were taken to our room all the way were dirty plates, drinks, bottles, laundry. The staff are sullen and miserable. The pool area is disgusting. Do not be deceived by the videos and photos on the website. This is a beautiful building but that is it. The owner needs to spend a considerable about of money making it any where near ok to stay, money on decent staff who can clean and smile. Seriously there are not enough words to describe the v v v poor standard of this place. They will use the excuse of wedding season but even taking that into consideration (however we were customers too who had paid to stay) there were plates etc left for hours snd hours and staff sitting around doing nothing. The place had no gin and no tonic . No bar There was one redeeming factor; a lovely waiter (name unknown) My advice: go no where near here.…
Stayed here for 01 night but wish if could have stayed for some more nights . Amazing ambience of the property . Staff is very cooperative , rooms are well maintained . Food was great . Best part was the pool area .
The accurate resort to stay in peace with the heritage environment The ambience is excellent Rooms are very nice decorated Food is very authentic and delicious The place all over is very clean and hygeine Staff is very kind and supportive All the best to all team
Well it was more than my expectation. Hospitality and food was top class. The decor and the very cozy feel of the fort was really touching. The only thing tht bothered us was the Beverage cost which should be in line as we felt it was quite high in comparison to even bigger hotels. Rest all was good enough to make another visit. thanks
A luxury hotel in the middle of nowhere. Very very friendly staff. Our room wasn’t so nice as shown other rooms in the internet, very dark and basic, but clean (Nr. 64). Very nice patio with wicker chairs and sofa. Good breakfast and Dinner. Nice shop with good clothing. Swimming pool a little bit neglected with a lot of fallen leaves in it. Would come back definitely!
We had teatime at the terrace of this beautiful luscious place, before starting a jeep safari. Delicious bakery selection homemade. Very good service. Nice people. Nice garden. Pool under construction at the moment.
Really lovely property - the grounds are very relaxing and good to stroll around or just relax. Only drawback is the staff don’t always recognise when you’re happy to do so alone and might try to engage at all opportunities. I liked the location as there’s a village right outside with friendly locals which is also nice to walk around. The food portions are very generous and have a good variety of both veg and non-veg. The room was nicely decorated and spacious. The only issue from the rooms would be the noise of the trains at night from the rooms.
Fort Chanwa Luni holds a special place in my heart. With it’s picturesque bit and exquisite hospitality, this place has elevated to itself to the level, that I want to visit it again and again. The structure of the fort is amazing, very royal and the terrace gives you the chance to experience stargazing. The rooms have state of the art amenities, very comfortable beds and tasteful decor. The entire fort makes you feel like the royalty themselves. This place has really amazing pool and good lawn where there are cultural events. I had a chance to attend it. There were folk singers with bonfire under the stars. They’ve an in-house restaurant with amazing lip-smacking food. Now coming to the hospitality, we meet HIs highness, he’s very welcoming and we had a good time chit chatting with him. Special mention to Mr. Mahipat Singh Rathore, he’s the face of the place according to me and was very welcoming and made us feel at home. He along with his team ensured that we had everything we needed. Thank you Fort Chanwa luni for making my stay really good and making it memorable, looking forward to come soon.…
On the whole this stay is geared towards package groups. Staff was great. Management was unhelpful and one got the feeling that independent travellers were not really wanted. Rajasthan is full of interesting fort towns, this is not one of them. Rooms were well appointed and the grounds were well kept.
Room was fine, service in restaurant was very much focused on hanging around as you were leaving for a tip. We noticed while having breakfast the following morning that tour groups had left lines of bags to be transferred to vehicles and the staff were each trying to take as many bags as they could handle.
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