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Thu, 02 Aug – Fri, 03 Aug (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
7,Sadol Colony,Near Sale Tax Office,Bikaner, Bikaner , 334001 | Show on Map
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The Yatra SMART choice property comes with a promise of 8 assured amenities, money-back guarantee and priority helpline support. You also get free cancellation and standardized prices through the year. Hotel Bhanwar Vilas is situated at Sadol Colony in Bikaner.
The hotel make its customer very comfortable with their high class service. The warm hospitality will ensure that the guests get a homely feel during their stay in hotel. The hotel offers excellent in house facilities like in room dinning service, laundry service, medical service and power back up facility.
There is a front desk which is equipped with luggage storage space. The hotel boasts of 18 rooms are tastefully decorated and well furnished with all modern amenities like hot and cold water facility ad wardrobe.
Guests can visit famous fort which is located approx 3 km away from the hotel. Popular tourist places to visit in Bikaner are Lalgarh Palace, Junagarh Fort, Gajner Palace, Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary and Ganga Singh Museum.
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by Mawanta S on July 17, 2018
We knew this hotel is a living haveli so we were excited to have a one night stay here. Staying at this hotel was really the impressive and wonderful experience in our many days trip in Rajasthan. We were stunned entering this huge beautiful haveli and being showed around to see other luxurious rooms with antique furniture and art collections of Rajasthan. For us its like staying in a palace. We could feel and see the real living Haveli with our own eyes closely, not just only the outside. We were so lucky that one of hotel staff walked us around the hotel to see other havelies nearby. Even though the road is narrow and small but we really enjoyed that morning walk. This hotel is the heritage and we admire the owner who has successfully taken care of it and run it as the hotel so we can experience staying here. We had dinner and breakfast here. Its vegetarian but tastes great. The dining room is also grand and beautiful. We loved sitting at the table outside the dining room and enjoyed the night at Haveli. Staffs very nice and helpful. We felt most welcome. The manager is so gentle and nice that he let one of the staff show us around the haveli and outside. Thank you for sharing with us the great heritage and culture of Rajasthan India.
by London_UKNeil on April 12, 2018
This is only the second time in lots of travel that I have changed hotel after checkimg in. The rooms should be impressive and charming, and they are certainly huge. On arrival the receptionist looked surprised that we arrived to check-in and demanded to see a voucher, which we had. As it turned out we were the only guests in the substantial property despite it being smack bang in the middle of the old town. Our driver virtually swore at us for choosing such a difficult to find hotel, managed to scratch his car enroute and refused to return us later that night. There was a strange atmosphere in the largest 'best' room we were given, and the washroom facilities were very poor. We were offered dinner but we had already reserved dinner at the Laxmi Niwas Palace, which was far more welcoming and comfortable, so we swapped to them with a free upgrade (this was low season). When we returned at 10.30pm to checkout we found the male staff sleeping in reception in their underwear, which made my wife feel uncomfortable and happy to be leaving. The night staff were friendly enough in helping us checkout. The hotel needs a hospitality face-lift to encourage a warmer welcome.
by thalia g on January 18, 2018
My father and I stayed here for three nights in January. I would recommend doing a tour of the hotel but not staying here. Pros: This place is like a museum--I've never seen anything like it in India. It should be a movie set! Every room in the hotel is different, and the design is quite something--a mixture of original 1920s Art Deco furniture and Rajasthani haveli aesthetic. When we were there, one of the artisans who has a workshop in the haveli showed us around some of the other rooms in the hotel, including a humongous room that used to be a dining hall (you can still see the windows from where the ladies would look upon the festivities), and some other back rooms. His name is Amir ustad and he was very friendly and even showed us his workshop. Shankar, who served us breakfast, was also very nice. Cons: Though we stayed here three nights we never met the managers of the hotel. It seemed as if the hotel was mostly staffed by the grumpy hotel staff who barely greeted us when we went in and out of the hotel. This place has a very cold atmosphere, and since there was only another couple staying in the hotel, it felt very empty. The family that owns the hotel lives on the roof and doesn't seem to interact with the guests (they are descendants of the rich Jain merchants who originally built the haveli and the havelis around it). The hotel management doesn't seem to have made any effort in terms of amenities and services. Even though the hotel is already very expensive they charged us 100 RS per water bottle (water bottles in India are usually 15-20 RS), 500 for a breakfast of toast and cereal and some occasional fruit (they don't serve eggs or meat because the family is Jain). They don't seem to clean the rooms during the day, and the bathroom contained two small packets of shampoo, that's all. It was almost insulting to see how little effort they had put into these services, after paying so much. There was no greeting by the hotel (which is so common in India) with chai or coffee, no hospitality. Overall, I had the impression that whoever owns the hotel doesn't really care that much about the guest experience. This could be because most of the family that owns it lives abroad, I'm not sure...
by KISHOREK on December 30, 2017
We booked it based on its Photos. later on realized non was of the exterior. The websites and booking sites, including Bookings.com , from witch we booked it, give a real description of its location. The location, in the old city is really terrible. You can not reach it on your own, unless you have been to those dirty, smelly narrow streets full of filth. Inside of the Haveli is a treat to the eyes and good photo op. The dinning hall is stunningly beautiful, and so are the common rooms, staircase etc. Bathrooms are a bit of a problem, but clean, and decorated. Most important, it is totally vegetarian food, no eggs. Better take lunch and dinner outside.
by Lynn J on December 23, 2017
A wonderful experience for our final day of touring in Rajasthan. We could not believe our eyes when we entered our room - so large, with a beautiful four poster bed, antique furniture and paintings. Set around a large courtyard makes the hotel a peaceful oasis in the hectic city. As a large group was staying, we were given a private table for dinner overlooking the courtyard listening to a man playing the flute. Staff were all very friendly and helpful.
by KISHOREK on December 29, 2017
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by Rebi21057 on July 27, 2017
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