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Bhadrajun Fort
Ranked #949 of 1,937 Rajasthan B&B and Inns
Reviewed 26 November 2016

Those who wish to experience rural India or in particular rural Rajasthan, must stay at Bhadrajun. Those who wish to stay truly at a heritage hotel must also opt for Bhadrajun. It is a very peaceful and comfortable stay. The Bhadrajun fort has lovely surroundings. The rooms at the fort are very comfortable with all the amenities and also very clean. The hotel staff including the current Maharaja are very hospitable. The village safari offered by the fort is a must to do. Those who wish to travel off the beaten track and away from hoards of tourists and away from the hustle bustle of the cities must stay at Bhadrajun fort.

Room Tip: Rooms with terrace are the best
  • Stayed: November 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 27 February 2016 via mobile

I spent one night here in February 2016.

The building is very special, with an arched entrance, courtyard and sprawling accommodation.

The food is good. We had lunch, dinner and breakfast. Breakfast was served on a terrace near our rooms. Dinner was eaten on the ramparts, in the company of the hospitable Raja.

Service is good.

My room was charming but provided the most basic accommodation of my trip. There was no running water in the shower or basin (take wet wipes!) and the bed, though huge, was extremely uncomfortable with a thin mattress laid upon the wide platform.

My bed hadn't been made up and it wasn't until the following morning that I discovered a sheet, neatly folded, beneath the blanket at the foot of the bed - I spent the night in my sleeping bag liner.

I'd recommend this as a place to stay for a sense of occasion. It's memorable and full of character but maybe not ideal if comfort is important to you.

Stayed: February 2016, travelled with friends
Thank Megsmate
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Reviewed 22 March 2014

Bhadrajun Fort had been booked for us, as part of an 8 hotel/city tour, by an agent but, unfortunately for us, we preceded our night there by a 2-night stay in a 5-star hotel in Jaisalmer, the standard of which was similar to most of the other 6 hotels; obviously, the agent failed miserably in this particular case. Sadly, it was a case of chalk and cheese. The Fort hasn't seen a coat of paint for years and, at best, is an amateur attempt to be a hotel/guest house which ended up being a big disappointment for us. The Raja is playing (very badly) at being a hotelier and, if he wants to be taken seriously, I suggest that he visits his sister's place in Udaipur to find out how to do it. We were the only guests on the night in question but, the following night, there was a party of 8 or 10 due - God help them!!
Our 'welcome party' consisted of 2 children and one adult and, after a few minutes, the Rani joined us for about 5 minutes. That was the last we saw of her and her husband, the Raja, was in Jodhpur that evening.
We were given a plate of biscuits and some chai masala (both very nice) but served on a table with a highly stained tablecloth! That evening, dinner was fine, if very basic, and we were given a half bottle of wine which we thought was included in 'our package'. Big mistake - we received the bill next morning!
Our 'suite' (Kach Mahal) was full of history (all sorts of different mirrored glass dating back a very long time) and, on first glance seemed like a wonderful experience was to be had. The reality was far from that as the mattress was 'rock-hard' and the pillows even worse (they were both made of solid neoprene foam with no 'give' in them at all). More than 50% of the lighting either didn't work or had bulbs missing. The corner of the room consisted of a lump of badly laid bare concrete with a supporting pillar that displayed some serious cracking. The bathroom, a basic built-on extension offered a basin without a basin plug, a towel rail that was falling down, the most basic shower I have ever seen (apart from an African bush shower) and the shower curtain, itself, was stained a filthy brown colour. Needless to say, we did not shower!
Surprisingly, there were some plus points! The people in the Fort were warm and welcoming even though they didn't actually have a clue as to what they should be doing and, during a walkabout around the village, we met so many smiling and happy people even though it was clear that their living standards were relatively poor.
We will not be returning.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank Wayne M
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Reviewed 17 September 2013

this is a hidden gem because no one actually knows about it .. we had seen pictures in the website and were excited about our stay .. when we reached we were garlanded and welcomed in a great manner .. the same day we went on a village safari to see beautiful landscape with hundreds of sheep and goats with their herdsmen .. later to the temple for a big ceremony .. loved it !!

our room was basic but enormous, overlooking the entire village and the valley.. the fort is spread into a huge complex and you'll love exploring it .. we spent most of our afternoons reading books and doing nothing but relax !! they had some dance and entertainment program in the evening during our dinner which was very amusing .. we finished dinner by 9 and sat down on our private terrace to gaze at the stars .. totally loved it .. had a fantastic stay !!

Room Tip: "ask for kach mahal @ mirror room" if you traveling in winters
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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9  Thank Phatkaal
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Reviewed 28 August 2013

Not sure of the pricing on this place (as it was booked as part of a tour), but I really enjoyed the food, rooms, service, along with the Raja's hospitality.

We were even treated to an open Jeep ride to a secluded desert cliff to view one of the most spectacular sunsets I've ever seen.

Stayed: September 2012, travelled with friends
9  Thank BMelanie
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Address: Bhadrajun, Dist. Jalore, 307031, India
Region: India > Rajasthan
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Ranked #949 of 1,937 B&Bs / Inns in Rajasthan
Number of rooms: 15

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