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Hotel Forest Lodge (Ashok Group), Bharatpur
Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur
From Agra airport: 53 km; and, from Railway Station: 8 km
The Bharatpur Forest Lodge within the premises of the sanctuary offers guests a ringside view of life within the Bharatpur sanctuary. The hotel is a heritage hotel and there are few rooms with each one being air-conditioned.
Kakaji Ki Kothi, Agra Road. Bharatpur
The location of the Laxmi Vilas Palace is unique. The palace is situated in 50 acres of mustard fields. It was built for Raja Raghunath Singh, the younger brother of the king of Bharatpur, Maharaja Ram Singh. Its 22 rooms have all attached baths and are partially air-conditioned. Incidentally, if you want to feel royal, the palace has been host to celebrities like the Duke of Edinburgh, the Shah of Iran and the King of Nepal.
Laxmi Niwas Palace Hotel, Bikaner
Lallgarh Complex, BikanerThe Laxmi Niwas Palace is a heritage fort in the sands of the Thar desert. Converted into a luxury hotel, the décor of the rooms have been kept intact while new and modern amenities have been added. The Laxmi Niwas Palace provides room service to the guests from its multi-cuisine restaurant and intimate cocktail bar. The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool.
Bhanwar Niwas Hotel, Bikaner
Rampuria Street, Bikaner
Perhaps the most magnificent of the havelis of Rajasthan, the Bhanwar Niwas originally belonged to a well-known family from Bikaner, the Rampurias. The hotel showcases the craftsmanship of the master artisans of the place.
Lallgarh Palace Hotel, Bikaner
Lallgarh Complex, Bikaner
The Lallgarh Palace is one of Rajathan's most impressive palaces and enhances the stark surroundings created by the Thar desert in Bikaner. Designed by the renowned British architect, Sir Samuel Jacob, Lallgarh was built for the young ruler of Bikaner, Maharaja Ganga Singh. The palace has some of the most intricate stone carvings seen in palaces of India. The first guest of honour in the new palace was Lord Curzon.
Gajner Palace Hotel, Bikaner
Tahshil Kolagat, Bikaner
Built in the art deco style of the Forties, the Karni Bhawan Palace was built by Maharaja Dr Karni Singh of Bikaner. The hotel provides room service and has money exchange facilities. The hotel has a multi-cuisine restaurant which serves lunch and dinner.
Maan Bilas Hotel, Bikaner
Gandhi Nagar, Bikaner
The Maan Bilas is on the premises of the Lallgarh Palace and located amidst lush green gardens. With sprawling grounds, which can be used for sun-bathing, Maan Bilas provides room service, money exchange facilities and same-day laundry service. The hotel's restaurant serves Continental and Indian cuisine.
Shekhawati region, Rajasthan (Railway Station: Dundlod/Mukundgarh)
The village of Dundlod is in the heart of Shekhawati and the royal family built the Dundlod castle sometime in 1750. The fort is in the middle of the village. All around are the beautifully painted havelis of the Goenkas.
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