Such a good deal for 4,000 roupies, great view, quiet (hard to find in India), clean. A small... See full review
Feb 21, 2010
Snuggled up to the Aravalli Hills is Shikarbadi, the old hunting lodge of the Mewar rulers. It is situated approximately 4 Km away from the City Palace Complex in breathtaking countryside. Guests here are frequently amazed by the tranquility and peace of this location, despite its close proximity to the city. Along the edge of the lake, this small hotel of 25 rooms has an intimate and romantic atmosphere. Explore the forest on horseback, spot the Antelope, Deer, Neelgai, and Wild Boar which is found in abundance here, from the old hunting post and return to the comfort of the room at sundown. Or live in the rustic luxury of "Risala" an exclusive Open - Air Restaurant, with a view of the wilderness and a distant Sajjangarh Fort lit up under the starlit sky. One can also take advantage of this privacy by holding a business conference here. Property can accommodate up to 100 of delegates and offer them peace during work hours and the leisure activities in the after hours. An evening spent here is a time never to be forgotten because of the combination of the peace, the fire, the food and the feeling of being so remote from the outside world, and yet only 15 minutes from the city cent re. At your disposal at Shikarbadi are the Horses of the Imperial Stud Farm. Property can organize a simple riding lesson to a safari through the Aravallis. Shikarbadi as the name suggests has to do something with a hunting lodge built in the 1930s this was the hunting lodge of the Mewar Royal family. Shikarbadi also has a wildlife reserve, which is one of the very few private wildlife reserves in the country with abundant wildlife, a deer park and an airstrip. A combination of these facilities is rare to find in any hotel. The decision to convert this property into a hotel in 1975 has resulted in a great pleasure for guests who are frequently amazed by the tranquility and peace of this royal retreat despite its close proximity to the city.
Amenities include - Dry cleaning, Lobby, Reception.
Please Note - X'mas Gala Dinner - Rs 1500.00 Per Person and New Year Eve Gala Dinner - Rs 3000.00 Per Person.
Airport pick can be arranged on extra cost upon request.
Charges for the services used by the guests in the hotel apart from room and taxes will be collected from the guest directly.
Shikarbadi Hotel Rooms
Deluxe Room offers bedding option of Twin & Large bed. Chalet style rooms overlooking the Deer Park and the wild-life sanctuary. Thematic interiors, spectacular views of sanctuary, centrally air-conditioned, with international direct dial telephone, satellite television, mini-bar, tea/coffee making facilities, Bathrobe, Bathroom amenities, Ceiling fan, Color TV, Disabled facilities, Hairdryer (On request), Heating, Internet access, Iron / Ironing board (On request), Laundry service, Room service and Safe in room.
Deluxe Suite offers bedding option of Twin & Large bed. Private Terrace, Period furniture, old miniature paintings depicting royal hunts, spectacular views of mountains and deer park. Centrally air-conditioned, with international direct dial telephone, satellite television, mini-bar, tea/coffee making facilities, Bathrobe, Bathroom amenities, Ceiling fan, Color TV, Disabled facilities, Hairdryer (On request), Heating, Internet access, Iron / Ironing board (On request), Laundry service, Room service and Safe in room.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
24 hour room service
Doctor on call
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Built in the 1930s, Shikarbadi, as the name suggests was the private hunting lodge of the Mewar Royal family. Located on the fringe of Udaipur city it is spread over 250 acres. Shikarbadi lies at the foothills of the Aravali mountain range. In 1976 this erstwhile hideaway was converted into a hotel. Before that, Shikarbadi was the private residence of Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar, the 76th custodian of the House of Me war and the current Chairman and Managing Director of the HRH Group of Hotels. Attached to the hotel are a deer park and a wildlife reserve, one of the few exclusive and naturally abundant wildlife reserves in the State of Rajasthan.
The hotel has two fine dining Restaurants and a Bar. Surrounded by the wildlife sanctuary on three sides and overlooking the swimming pool, is the Baithak restaurant, which serves Chinese and Continental cuisine as well as a selection of snacks.
Adjacent to the Deer Park is the Cheetal restaurant that serves authentic Indian cuisine and barbecue (tandoor) snacks.
The open-air Risala restaurant is invigorated by a campfire and barbecue. This is a unique venue and is ideal for partying of all kinds.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Such a good deal for 4,000 roupies, great view, quiet (hard to find in India), clean. A small paradise with deers, peacocks, birds...
But it is far from downtown, you need a driver (200 roupies) to go there (5-10min).
Don't take a driver for the
day, we did it, it was expensive (2400 roupies) and useless (you can walk in the all city or use a "Tuc Tuc" for 500 roupies...)
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Short drive from hotel
Cooking class with Shashi http://shashicookingclasses.blogspot.com/ such an experience!!!