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Tue, 03 Jul – Wed, 04 Jul (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Village Bhandarej, District Dausa , Dausa , 303501 | Show on Map
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This heritage palace in Dausa is 12 km away from the Dausa Railway Station and 10 km from the Balaji Temple. The palace features a swimming pool. Housing a total of 35 spacious rooms, Hotel Bhadrawati Palace offers in-room amenities like bottled drinking water and coffee table with chairs.
This Dausa hotel incorporates a garden and a restaurant with serves Rajasthani, Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine within the premises. The hotel also provides laundry and 24-hour room service to its guests.
Guests can additionally avail Conference and bar facilities. This property in Dausa can also be reached through Dausa Bus Stand (12 km) and Jaipur International Airport (73 km). Places of interest include Gatolav Dam (20 km) and Chawand (30 km).
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by rowbee on November 3, 2015
My husband and I arranged to stay here while travelling from Jaipur to Agra via a private car (with driver). We were travelling in January 2015. This hotel is really set up for large groups and we found on arrival that there were no large groups staying that night and in fact we were the only guests! Unfortunately, my husband was ill and spent most of our time there in bed, leaving just me to roam around the near-empty palace! The staff members were very friendly to me and one of them showed me around the palace. We found an old kite (it was the lead-up to kite festival) and he tried to teach me to fly it. We then went on a walk around the village and he showed me the step well, the village streets (with lots of friendly kids!) and we stopped in to sip tea with a local family who were very welcoming. Lunch was funny as it was just me in the large, ornate dining room. I found I was a bit of a tourist attraction for the son of one of the staff members, who stopped by to watch me eat! The chef also stood by to watch but, despite the language barrier, we had a good interaction as he showed me the proper Indian way to eat. Overall, I really enjoyed the food. The room was simple - just a bed, a desk and a private bathroom (with hot water shower). Unfortunately it was quite dusty, amplifying the sense of an abandoned palace! Overall, I was glad I stayed here and I enjoyed the walk around the village. It would be great with a large group but it was also nice just for us. (Although would have been better if my husband had been well!)
by aakash_wanderer on January 4, 2014
We really liked the place a lot. This place is meant to go with a large group. It is not a 5-start property, and we did not expect it to be like that. Great food, very hospitable staff, and we actually extended our stay by another day here. The hotel planned a lunch at a farm house where the food was awesome. We also visited Bhangarh fort, and the hotel planned a lunch there as well. They arranged for badminton rackets, kites, camel cart ride (giving a complete flavor of Indian village) and bonfire every evening, with lots of nicely made Chai. A real value for money place, and we loved our stay there.
by FionaLambert on November 10, 2012
We loved arriving here on our bike ride through Rajestain, yes its run down and basic accomodation but the history is amazing, the paintings on the walls and celings, rural india lovely mad!! the entrance to the courtyard is amazing especially riding up that hill and turning the corner through all the people and animals in the street!! Staff all lovely, food great, beers brought to your room. I dont know how much they charge individuals to stay here so cant comment on that but experience wise this was fantastic, really what do people expect from such a destination rural India charming and lovely.
by darekartik11 on April 28, 2012
such a nice place for spending holidays.i enjoyed a lot in the palace.it such a adventerous place for showing extra curricullar activities.it is huge and very well constructed and it such a different place .hope next time whenever i got the chance for going dis place i never forget the palace of bhadravati and surely i reach the palace for spending some time to see again.
by NYTim on November 5, 2011
Sure things don't not work all the time but this is rural India. The staff were friendly and attentive, the food cheap and delicious, the camel ride scary as hell but that was my choice, the room basic, but it was clean, the villagers and the the village market gave me an Idea of what life is like for the average Indian family. It was not five star but it was real. At night we had a trio of talented musicians and we visited the small temple for evening prayers. A highlight of my tour,
by NYTim on November 5, 2011
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