We spent a night here on the road to Jaipur from Jodhpur. A warm welcome and an upgrade to the Maharaja's suite. We later discovered that we were the only guests hence the upgrade. A lovely suite if a bit dated and a vast amount of room just for us. The tour of the countryside and village was a real highlight which we will never forget.
The restaurant is where it got a bit spooky. Over attentive staff for both dinner and breakfast. Food was adequate but not great. The serving bowls, with plenty left in them, were whisked away as soon as we sere served. It was just odd to be the only guests! They are trying very hard to get this right and they are very nearly there. Give it a go.
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- 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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