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Reviewed 4 June 2020 via mobile

ここはかつて王族が本当に所有していた宮殿をホテルにリフォームした場所なので、お値段を考えても、大変価値があるお思います。

フロントデスクの方、レストラン、スパ、清掃係の方、皆さん大変親切でした。
部屋には猫脚のバスタブがあり、当然24時間お湯が使えて、エアコンももちろんあり、ゆっくり疲れを癒せました。
お風呂に浸かってゆっくりしたい日本人には最高ではないかと思いました。

食べ物も美味しかったですし、ジョードプルに帰ってきたら、毎回宿泊したいです。ジョードプルでは、他のホテルに泊まりたいと思いません。

This hotel used to be owned by royal family before.
Considering prices and hospitality, to stay here is very very reasonable.
Staffs at restaurant, spa, front desk, room cleanup, they were very kind to us.

Due to our leaving time's very early, we couldn't have breakfast at that time.
But they made breakfast box for us!!!
Very special and we felt royal quality.
Whenever i will come back to Jodhpur, definitely i will stay here every time.

But @souvenir shop, they dealt some Uighur, Chinese Muslim items, and shop staffs didn't know about that, they said they were made in INDIA.
They might know? if so, they lied.
Inside the wrapping box, Chinese was written, and for design, i found where they came from.
If you don't wanna be looked down upon them, don't go to the souvenir shop.

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank wowrika
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Reviewed 24 May 2020 via mobile

It’s not a regular thing where you get to stay in a palace, ours desire came true when we decided and booked Ranbanka Palace. Apart from the ‘living in palace’ experience the place is simple superb in every sense ranging from comfort, hospitality, food and above all the ever smiling staff. Find the hotel is easy as it is one of the landmarks (being the other half of the Ajit Bhavan palace. The check in was smooth, waiting time was a bit at reception but that was due to a wedding party reaching the hotel. The hotel rooms are spacious and have every in-house amenity required. We were travelling with a toddler so were sceptical initially about if there are certain things available. The staff every time they met us enquired about if anything was required for the baby which we never experience in any other hotel elsewhere (although not have been to many after the baby but this was also new). The food options are limited but delicious. Altogether it was by far one of best experiences we had in a hotel

Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank arnabganguly15
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Reviewed 5 May 2020

This nice hotel has much to offer with very nice grounds and a good restaurant serving a fine breakfast. We spent two nights recently in a room upstairs (there is no elevator) which was quite spacious and comfortable but the toilet suite in the bathroom leaked continually around the floor and the whole suite appeared rather tired and could have done with a coat of paint and a good clean. Some of the electrical power outlets did not work, perhaps some improved maintenance would help. The shower worked well but toiletries and tissues were limited. The complimentary Wi-Fi worked well. Not a bad place to stay.

Date of stay: February 2020
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1  Thank PhilthetravellerXI
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Reviewed 1 May 2020

A heritage hotel that captures the colonial influence of its time. The room is clean and big but it's time for an update. The outdoor dining was in a lovely courtyard where we had a nice dinner. There were people playing music in the evening. The restaurant and the breakfast need some improvement. The staff was friendly and helpful. We did not get a chance to enjoy the swimming pool. There are a few shops selling clothing, souvenirs & jewelry as well as vendors selling hand-made items in the courtyard during the day.

Date of stay: October 2019
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Thank Alice L
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Reviewed 30 April 2020

A large pleasant hotel with large gardens and a good swimmimg pool.
Evening food was tasty ( did not try the buffet) and a musician playing made it a pleasant experience.Breakfast was OK - a good choice.
Our room on the ground floor was very nice, but we had to have the curatins drawn and live in electric light as otherwise passers by would have seen straight in.
The brochure advertised a croquet lawn and as players of the game, we though it would be nice to have a go. However the "lawn" turned out to be a large area of mud, which, waterlogged as it was, was nevertheless assiduously watered for 1/2 hour each day.
Staff were helpful and friendly and I felt sorry for them as the hotel was on the verge of having to close for COVID 19 precautions.

Date of stay: March 2020
Thank Go33571702774
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