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Reviewed 16 December 2021

Good place to stay. Deluxe Rooms are clean &Hygiene is satisfactory. Room Service was prompt & efficient
Lounges are very comfortable. Hotel provided a guide to visit grand Havelis. Dinning & Food service excellent.
Dr.S.K.Pachauri IAS Retd.

Date of stay: November 2021
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Reviewed 30 August 2021

Good hotel in Shekhavati huge Fort converted into hotel . Rooms and bathrooms are huge much more then we expectation !!!! Swimming pool is nice and big
Good Rajasthan vibes ...food is continental and Indian .
Covid norms were taken care
Heritage property well maintained .

Date of stay: August 2021
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Reviewed 17 February 2021

Mandawa Fort (the Garh) was converted to a hotel. We stated in a deluxe room (on first floor). Hotel is just mind blowing. Service is very good too. Food quality can be improved. There were not many options for breakfast (may be due to very limited number of guests now). Rooms are huge and very beautiful. Old people might face some problem. The beds are a bit too high and will be difficult for them. I dont think there is a better place to stay in Mandawa other than this place.

Date of stay: February 2021
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Reviewed 7 February 2021

The property has several courtyard and terraces that need to be discovered. It is right in the middle of the town. Linen is super clean. Super courteous staff. Great food with local Rajasthani cuisine. Super cultural evening with a bonfire. Of special mention, Virender, the general manager. The property boasts of who's who of Bollywood having stayed at the Royal Suite that we stayed in.

Room tip: Several options. Pool facing to the courtyard facing to ones with the terraces.
Date of stay: February 2021
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Thank piyushshm
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Reviewed 28 September 2020 via mobile

As we were sick of covid news and fears, me and wife decided to do the best thing to fight it. Travel! And since Rajasthan was the first place to open up for tourism, our travel agent Holxo recommended the sleepy town of Mandawa, after getting to know my interest in heritage. And boy, what a trip it turned out to be!

They arranged the best taxi and driver for the five hour drive from Delhi, and as we set out, we received a welcome call from the hotel manager Virender Singh Rathore. His name itself gave me a glimpse of the Rajput heritage we were about to partake in.

And we were not disappointed as we reached the hotel Mandawa Castle. It is actually a a 250 year old property, and new wings were added later on, but even those in heritage style, rather than in new architecture. The first hour was spent on clicking photos of the gardens, from the private balcony of room number 228. I could feel the childlike enthusiasm rise in me. As I took in the gardens, the heritage pool, the shekhawati frescoes of the hotel, and the turrets of the castle.

The lunch was a hearty meal of mangodi papad ki sabzi, and besan ki roti.

And then, we had a pleasant surprise! My wife brought me the news that the hotel was location for shooting of a web series by Nikhil Advani, starring Nareesudfin Shah, and Lara Dutta. And she was like, I am going to be watching shooting!

The next day, as expected, was spent watching the shooting. And imagine, my wife asked Raghuvir Yadav for a selfie, and he obliged, the cultured man that he is.

Off we went for a haveli tour, and camel cart ride to the small sand dunes.

Mandawa maybe a small sleepy town today, but it's 70 odd grand havelis tell of the importance of this business centre about 200 years back, when it lay on the silk route. I got the glimpse of first Chambers of commerce of India!

The lunch was of dal bati churma, where the churma was lipsmacking. We did but some puppets as souvenir, and winded off the day.

The next day, our brief sojourn, which gave us big relaxation, was ended. And we left the hotel regretfully.

And next day, it was time for

Date of stay: September 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Randhir Singh, Owner at Castle Mandawa Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 2 November 2020

Dear Guest,

Greetings !

We thank you for this superlative feedback of your experience with us. Your appreciation will encourage us to scale greater heights of excellence and I hope that you have many more opportunities to visit us again and again.

Team Castle Mandawa
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