We had one night here on the route from Jaipur to Jodphur. This hotel was the epitome of calm after the bustle of the city. Excellent hospitality. The room was rather quirky with more light switches than Blackpool, old furniture, but a good bathroom and very comfortable bed. The food was good.
The grounds were good and although we sat by the pool didn't go in.
We had an of cart trip to the local village, and meeting local farmers and sharing their experiences was great. Their vegetable plots put ours to shame.
Don't change a thing.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- WelcomHeritage Bijay Niwas has been built almost about 100 years ago by Rao Bijay Singh the 16th descendant of the erstwhile Masuda Istimrardari as a getaway retreat. It was about the same time that he founded the town of Bijaynagar which is also named after him. This heritage palace is set over 50 acres of orchard and is a majestic heritage retreat along with being an apt stopover for visiting the great Indian bustard reserve at Sokhlia. ... more less
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