Our family of 2 adults and 4 children (aged 17, 14 & twins 9 yrs) stayed in two rooms for two nights. The hotel is a lovely quiet surprise behind the archway gates on a busy road. Our rooms were on the first floor overlooking the fountain and courtyard. The heritage sitting and dining rooms are quite stunning with the mosaic and mirrored walls and ceilings adorned with large paintings of the Indian royalty that used to reside there. Breakfast and dinner were included. Dinner was from a set number of dishes (not the whole menu) but there was enough to choose from and was delicious. Breakfast was from a buffet and quite limited in choice. Service was pretty good although I was disappointed at being placed at an unset table between the bar, the main door to the kitchen & an outside door rather than in the main part of the restaurant where the table settings were already set with glasses, cutlery and serviettes. The hotel knew we were a party of six and could have arranged a table accordingly.
The swimming was lovely in a beautiful setting. Wifi was free and available in our rooms. Overall we enjoyed our stay at this hotel and the staff were very friendly.More