We were sorry that we only spent one night at this hotel. We felt that we could have very happily stayed for another day. We were taken on a village walk with a member of staff which was delightful and interesting. We also went to the step well dinner. I agree with another contributor that this was rather contrived and we felt it was not worth a rather huge £70 per head and drinks were not included although they were served with gusto, so we assumed they were! I would have preferred to see the step well in daylight.
Our room was in the new part and very big and comfortable, with its own verandah. The staff were very good and the pool looked very nice with lots of comfortable beds around it. Breakfast was a bit disappointing, but we would very happily visit again if in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Stepwell Dinner : Guests are taken on a magical journey from the Rawla through the village streets into the jungle before arriving at the 1100 year old “step well”. The magical setting is brought to life by dimly lit oil lamps that illuminate the setting through flickering light. The very private dinner is laid out in a traditional manner, it promises to remain unmatched experience to anything you will ever experience for a long time. The entire evening is like a secluded sanctuary inspired by the mystical past, bracing Indian spirituality and the unique experience of one being completely with nature. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rawla Narlai Hotel Narlai