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10 Mile Stone, NH-8,, Near Balaji Temple, Gegal, Ajmer , 305 001 | Show on Map
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Swad Ri Dhani is an Ajmer hotel that organizes puppet shows and folk dances and arranges camel rides. The resort is located at 17 km from the Ajmer Bus Stand and is at 19 km from the Ajmer Sharif Dargah.This resort houses 19 well-appointed rooms spread across 1 floor.
The rooms have authentic Rajasthani art deco furniture. They are equipped with air-conditioners, telephones, televisions, safety lockers, and attached baths.This hotel in Ajmer provides catering, laundry, room, and doctor-on-call services.
It has an on-site garden area and houses a multi-cuisine restaurant and business center.The resort provides travel assistance including rental cars. It is located at 18 km from the Ajmer Railway Junction and at 119 km from the Jaipur International Airport.
Guests can visit the Buland Darwaja (19 km), Adhai Din Ka Jhopra (20 km), Taragarh Fort (22 km), and Akbari Masjid (19 km).
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by Prashant_agwl on February 11, 2016
We read about some reviews about this place and also checked with hotels, response from both the sources seemed encouraging. Thus we decided to explore the place in evening on 6th Feb. The place is priced at Rs. 400 for adults and Rs. 200 for kids from 3-12 years. The place was dark and gloomy with very few activities being operational. The magic show was fabulous and that is only saving grace for the evening. The other activities include folk dance, archery, ball throw and such like things, but all of them are of poor standard and expensive as compared even to Chokhi Dhani. They had rabits, but those also looked ill and mistreated. The fortune teller was good fun. Food was not bad. If you have spare time to waste you can visit this place, else its a waste of time and money.
by Sharad_Ind on October 31, 2015
This place is now known as Krishanam Dhani. If you want to experience Rajasthani food, this place is a nice one to try. The people can enjoy Rajasthani food, Folk Singing, Magic Show, Puppet Show, Camel ride and games all at one place. Kids may enjoy the rabbits cage, goose and camel ride. Although you can see much better Puppet shows, magic shows and Kalbeliya dance than here. The only considerable point to discuss here is the Rajasthani food which is the only reason, I have visited here a few times. If you are on Ajmer - Jaipur highway, you can give it a try. If you are staying at Country Inn which is just few walking steps away, you can plan a dinner here. They serve you with renowned Rajasthani pampering and will insist you to have more even when you had your fill. The food is good but may sound little costly for budget travellers. If you are in a group, dont shy away from bargaining. If you are visiting in summers, you can also enjoy swimming and kids can enjoy little water rides. The management has tried to give it a village look but I have been to better village resorts.
by Pawan S on October 8, 2014
Awesome place to find rajasthan culture. Dance,puppet show,magic show r really good. Hospitality was very good , n at last Rajasthani food was really best.manager Gajender singh rathore behaviour was heart touching
by Rajat J on September 7, 2014
I have visited this place more than 4-5 times, because i am a foodie. As i am an localite i never stayed there for a night. My review is only for food , their hospitality and attractions out there. It is a perfect place if you want a glimpse of rajasthani village, all village attractions are there, you can see camel safari, elephant ride, a magician, puppet show, birds cage, kalbeliya dance, labyrinth and many other things . Food: you will get good, hygienic rajasthani food there, if you are a fan of Dal Bati and churma you should once go for it. location is not that good as both major cities ajmer and kishangarh are bit far. There is McDonalds near to it.
by Sunil T on February 10, 2014
We had gone there in a group of more than 20 from Ahmedabad in December 2013 to attend a marriage. The hotel and rooms were arranged by the grooms and brides families. The entrance of the hotel was average. The rooms had a good Royal feel. But in half of the rooms hot water was not available. We had to exchange buckets from each others rooms for hot water. There were no phone lines in the rooms. The so called reception was like a godown for goods. When I asked to change the used towels they gave me a very shocking reply. The reception guy said they dont provide towels but the towels have been arranged by grooms family. They dont provide towels- how funny. The party plot was big and good. I have heard the Rajasthani folk package here is famous and good. It is situated far away from the main city, so one may face transportation difficulties also.
by Sharad_Ind on October 31, 2015
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