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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The resort is about 7 hours away from Delhi by car. The roads are excellent all the way through. The last 500m, while a dirt track, is easily negotiable , even in a sedan.

The property is huge and tastefully done. The rooms are spacious, well equipped and come with the usual amenities. We felt that we got value for our money.

The staff are very helpful and cooperative. They helped us out with early check-in, room changes, personalised requests and all that.

Their catering service is a bit of a hit and miss. They serve only Indian cuisine, which might get a bit monotonous over longer stays. There was very little repetition of the dishes, which was a positive. However, I can remember only one meal out of the six, that we had here, that was spectacular. The desserts were also somewhat average.

Date of stay: February 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank rram_n
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A three day stay at Nahargarh Ranthambore is all you need to unwind and have the utmost satisfaction of a serene vacation. With all the amenities, delicious meals, courteous staff, co-operative management - there isn't anything to be disappointed with.
Persons managing the property, Mr. Mahendra Singh and Mr. Mahipal Singh Rajawat, are highly approachable - go to person for any needs, any time.

Room tip: Talk to Mahipal, he's kind and will suggest as per you needs.
Date of stay: February 2021
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Thank rahulhe
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went here for the game park but enjoyed the hotel environment as well as the room. The bed was comfortable and well appointed. The staff was good but you had to ask for room to be serviced or items to be replenished. The breakfast was good with eggs cooked to order. The lunch and dinner is buffet style.

Date of stay: January 2021
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Thank Barbara A
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Reviewed 18 January 2021 via mobile

The Nahargarh haveli is one of the finest example of how to execute a dream plan perfectly, and then ruin it completely. The vision of recreating the grandeur of a Maharaja’s haveli has been executed brilliantly. With exquisite architecture, complimented with great furniture pieces, Nahargarh haveli is a photographer’s dream. However, everything good abruptly ends here. In the case of most over ambitious hotels, service is the weakest link. A few pointers that need immediate attention:
1. Food : Unwelcoming and hopeless. There has been zero efforts made to incorporate local flavors in the menu. The most disappointing aspect is tasteless food served (at most times) cold.
2. Room Comforts: Staying in the Super Deluxe Category (which is the highest offered category) expecting basic comforts like a comfortable mattress and a decent shower is no crime. Much to our disappointment, beds are old and uncomfortable (with linens of the poorest quality). The bathrooms are begging for an upgrade.
3. Sound Insulation: Due to zero sound insulation, you are aware of all gossips and developments occurring in the corridors. A peaceful night’s sleep is tough to achieve.

Apart from the splendor of the building itself, Nahargarh Haveli is a dismal and undercooked experience. Promises much but delivers little.
Much disappointed !

Date of stay: January 2021
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Salilbishnoi
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Reviewed 17 January 2021

We stayed at the Nahargarh Palace for 3 nights over New Year's. Our stay was nothing but filled with fun and enjoyment!

The property truely gives you a Royal and luxurious feel. Open air courtyards and huge rooms coupled with great service.

Kids were happy to have enough space to explore. There's a small area with colorful birds (next to kids play room) , and a TV room too. I think the kids room was too far and can be improved upon. We were also glad to see that it's a pet friendly place.

The food was good, but I believe there is some scope of improvement there.

Date of stay: December 2020
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