Kishangarh House has a splendid garden, it's very quiet compared to the bustle of Mt Abu.
We stayed in one of the basic cottages.
There is not a manned reception as such and most of the time it is difficult to find anyone responsible.
Food is a bit of a problem. For breakfast you will first have to find someone to arrange this.
Dinner is even more difficult. You have to order 1 hour in advance. When you go and sit on the terrace there is no one around to help you. It may well take another 30 or 40 minutes before dinner is served.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kishangarh House situated in the Hills of Mt. Abu, was originally made in the colonial period around c. 1890 as a royal retreat for the Maharaja of Kishangarh and keeping with those times it is built in the Victorian style of architecture. Located in the center of town, it boasts of massive gardens overlooking the hills. It provides the unique combination of being secluded from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding markets as well as being well connected to all popular site seeing areas. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Kishangarh House Hotel Mount Abu