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Deogarh Mahal

    Deogarh Mahal
 in Deogarh Madaria
    Deogarh Mahal
 in Deogarh Madaria


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  • nice heritage palace

    by edwinking on 2020-01-23 06:45 am

    this hotel situated in a small hill,pass through a narrow lane with some shops on the way?
    a very nice heritage architect.
    the room is very spacious ,like a suite.mine has a hugh roof top looking at the lake and the city.
    the amenity in the bath room is simple equipped .no slipper inside room , no shower gel .
    the interior is colonial decorated.
    they have 2 restaurants ,the food in the indian restaurant was delicious and authentic .
    this place is suitable to stay 1 night only as there were not many things happening there .
    however ,good value

  • Lovely historic hotel

    by Julia G on 2019-11-23 010:58 pm

    We loved our stay here. The location is central to the small town in which it sits and the building and views are exceptional. It is a slice of old india and you really feel you have stepped into another time. All of the decor is authentic and in various stages of disarray which if you like shabby chic will be right up your alley - we loved it. If you are looking for a pristine experience then this might not be the right choice.
    The staff were very nice though at times a bit over solicitous which can be draining. They have a wonderful variety or other activities available further into the dessert too that we would have liked to try but didn't have time. THe evening meal on the rooftop was abundant and good and the views great. Pre dinner entertainment was a bit sparse and short program but gives you a nice idea of the dances and music of the region.

  • Beautiful old Palace Hotel

    by LyleandChristin... P on 2019-11-11 05:04 pm

    It was like stepping into the past. We were here for Diwali and haad a great night with the hosts that included the ceremony in the open air courtyard on the third floor, being given turbans and saarees, a march through the town with all the lights and glittering decorations to the owners mansion on the lakefront. We were given champagne and treated to a fireworks display put on for us across the other side of the lake. Good food and beautiful accomodation. On the downside the aircon units on the walls in the room were ornamental as they did not work at all so it was quite hot. Despite the Diwali fireworks going off constantly (as it had been for the past week) we still managed a good nights sleep. A very enjoyable stay. The pool was quite refreshing and the massage was okay.

  • Special Stay, Staff were marvellous & welcoming with nothing too much to ask for.

    by ian f on 2019-11-11 05:19 am

    We arrived after a four Hour drive from Jaipur, lovely setting and very nice rooms with extensive views of the town and beyond. Facilities, the room we had was extensive and very comfortable, the masseuse services on offer were first class, the pool was perfect and not busy. evening terrace upstairs was lovely as was the service and food. Breakfast beneath opening to the courtyard below was also perfect to start the day. I could go on!
    Note that near to the town is a public slightly narrow gauge railway which was built by the British in colonial times past . This is a must do... Takes an hour plus to wind from the Station into the hills across quite a few bridges, through a tunnel stopping to say hello to the local Wildlife. Costs 10 INR approx 12p,Take some spare Bananas. You are free to sit in the old solid & simple carriages and take in the view from inside or lean out as you dare.!
    Returning, we had a very nice evening with Veer and his Wife at his home on the Lake below the Palace. He is charming and a hive of Knowledge, oh and his collection of elderly vehicles seems from a moment past but his interest in photography is keen and current.

  • Very nice location, but most terrible night we ever had anywhere

    by FrequentFlier731542 on 2019-11-10 02:05 pm

    we came here on 10th November and checked into a nice room in the 4th floor (room 222 high up in the old palace building). The on the first glance nice room turned out to be rather insufficient. The water in the shower was about 30 degree the hottest possible and we were told by the staff the next morning at 6-7 am we would have really warm water. So it was not possible for my wife to take a shower or wash her hair after a long and dusty day. Myself I took a shower in the cold water. Next both fans and the aircondition turned out to be old and rather noisy so we could use none of them during the night. For it was only 20 degree outside we thought, "ok, let's open the windows to let fresh and cool air in". But outside the nearby temple had a very very very loud singing of three or four priests over microphone and power amplified ALL NIGHT LONG without interruption. So me and my wife felt like having not slept one single minute that night. This baddest night we ever had couldn't be compensated by the good dinner (buffet) on the roof terrace and the overall nicely restaurated place. If you want to take an evening shower and want a quiet romantic place better look for something else. If you want to hear buddistic singing all night then you are right here.
    Asteid & Michael from Germany on 10th-11th November 2019.


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