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Deogarh Mahal


    Deogarh Mahal
 in Deogarh Madaria
    Deogarh Mahal
 in Deogarh Madaria

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  • A highlight in our trip

    by Ross428 on 2020-03-28 03:02 am

    This palace was beautiful and we did not mind at all some of the quirks that other people objected to. We had a wonderful suite and it was clean and cared for. It was not "refurbished to modern standards" but why would we want that in such an historic place. The decor feels right. There was plenty of hot water in due course . All the staff talked to us and were helpful and informative. Dinner on the roof terrace was special. We went into the village and felt safe and welcomed. There is a scenic train ride not far away which was a good expeience.We stayed two nights and would have enjoyed a third. We were invited to tea by the Maharajah and his wife at their lakeside house and we thank them for this and will always remember it.

  • Flummoxed - a bit different

    by alatbish2 on 2020-03-24 09:06 am

    I wasn't expecting this. Took me a while to decide whether I liked it or not. Its a real 15th century palace.

    Upgraded due to low visitor numbers to the princes suite, it had a living room, bedroom, bathroom and private outdoor terrace area. So we had lots of room. Comfort was ok. Not modern - with a 1970/80s feel - with basic plumbing (run for 5 minutes for hot water) and electrics (kept going out).

    The palace itself is drenched with authenticity and atmosphere, it takes a while to find your way round the narrow, meandering corridors. Food - evening meal and breakfast - taken in traditional dining rooms and decent though not outstanding quality.

    Service had a bit of a "Basil Fawlty" feel which was endearing and amusing.

    I had a pedicure which was cheap and a bit amateurish.

    Still not sure whether I liked it or not. But glad of the experience.

  • Beautiful historical property, with nice local village trip

    by halone on 2020-03-02 01:05 pm

    The place looks amazing from outside, and when you are in, rooms looks really good and different, you feel you are living in 50 years ago.
    The dinner serves on the roof, which again looks great.
    We have been welcomed warmly to the hotel.
    The jeep safari to local villages was very good.
    Hotel has its temple inside.
    We enjoyed breakfast as well. While the options for dinner, wasn't that wide.
    The disappointment was the entertainment in the evening, it started more than half an hour late, and it was way bellow our expectation, I don't recommend it at all.
    But other stuff in the hotel, all great.

  • Converted Palace With Attitude

    by Philip_Marsh on 2020-02-22 08:44 am

    It was interesting to compare this hotel with the other converted palace that we stayed at.

    With this one we parked at the lake before being picked up by the 'frog' transport (under the sign that said 'Parking reserved for frog, otherwise toad' - there is definitely a British. Sense of humour at work here). From here we made our way through the bustling streets of the town, slowly. We reached the hotel, were greeted by a shower of petals and a drink.

    All of the rooms are different and really are converted palace rooms. We again had a series of rooms; an entrance lounge, a large bedroom and a huge bathroom in a turret. The floor was unpolished tiles, it took 3-5 minutes for hot water to work it's way through and our safe was actually a large, wooden box that wasn't connected to anything.
    What was more curious was the fact that you need to leave your key outside of the room, in a slot, in order turn the lights on.

    As far as ACCESS is concerned there are plenty of stairs to navigate but there is a Stannah Lift (if required) to the first floor to give access to the first floor rooms and the a la carte restaurant.

    Monkeys play on the roof, there is a great view of the lake from there and finding your way through to the dining/breakfast room is an experience.

    There are shops in the hotel (although we didn't have time to visit them) and again there were further signs of British humour with signs like 'Duck or grouse' and 'Overtakers should beware of undertakers'.

    The food was pretty good here as well.

  • Authentic India

    by Wills000 on 2020-02-17 04:39 am

    This is the perfect place to see the real India. The Palace is wonderful and the staff are very friendly and helpful. Most have some English , if they don't understand they will find someone who does. The family are very involved with the hotel and the daughter has a very nice boutique shop in the grounds. It is well worth spending a few days here, the staff can arrange a car to the wonderful Kumbulgar Fort which has the second longest wall outside China, why not combine it with a trip to the famous Jain temple at Ranakpur. A really lovely day out ,you can also take the local train, built by the British in the 1800s for a very scenic two hour tour of the surrounding area.
    The small town of Deogarh is delightful and very safe. The shop keepers are very friendly and not especially pushy...
    After a stroll around the town there is a lovely walk by the lake and there you will find the second boutique shop belonging to the daughter..
    This area is also famous for its miniature art, great art shop in the grounds.


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