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Village Awargani Post Duria,Tehsil Kurai, Dist. Senoi , Pench , 484661 | Show on Map
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Providing you the best of comforts and a unique experience Bhagvan Pench National Park is a 3-star establishment in Pench, Madhya Pradesh. The luxury lodge offers you a comfortable stay and a memorable experience.
It offers free Wi-Fi connectivity and 24-hour room service. It is located 14 km from Gosai Talab and 19 km from Bori Tank View. The lodge has a swimming pool that overlooks a stream, a sun terrace and massage facilities.
Guests can enjoy Jungle Safaris conducted by experts twice in a day and Nature Trails accompanied by naturalists. The property is surrounded by hills, forests and valleys. Other facilities include 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, currency exchange, concierge service and parking.
It also has a Safari shop for essentials and souvenirs. The Bhagvan offers 12 bungalows as accommodation options. Each bungalow has air-conditioner, rooftop deck, electronic safe and a seating area. An outdoor machaan and an attached bathroom with bathrobe, slippers, hot/cold running water and toiletries is also available.
Free Wi-Fi connectivity is provided. It also has a well-stocked library and a private bar. Laundry, ironing and 24-hour room service is available. The interactive kitchen prepares fresh and choicest delicacies from the native cuisine of the Vidarbha region.
Guests can choose the venue for their meals from the options including dinner under the old Mahua tree, breakfast on bonnet of safari vehicle, dinner on Bungalow deck or by the pool. A private butler serves the meal and caters to all needs.
The lodge is 11.5 km from Pench Bus Stand, 34.5 km from Seoni Railway Station and 187 km from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Nagpur International Airport. Key attractions include Gosai Talab (14 km), Bori Tank View (19 km) and Murmanala Reservoir (22.5 km).
Nearest city, Seoni, is 34 km and Nagpur is 161 km away from the property. What people love the most about this property is its rustic setting and unique experience. Book now and enjoy the warm hospitality of being at Bhagvan Pench National Park.
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by Sanjay on Jun 29,2018
Reason For Rating : Excellent hospitality
by Joyfull1818 on July 3, 2018
With a day to plan to escape the smoldering heat of Pune, India, and on the recommendation of a very dear friend, we stuck a pin on the map at Pench, a Tiger Reserve in the state of Madhya Pradesh, and just off the border of Maharashtra. But...more importantly, there was a Taj property, Taj Baghvan, to park ourselves at such short notice. Enough said and off and away were we, with nary a care of, well, heading into a jungle!! This jungle is rather civilized though...being a comfortable hour and change away from the Nagpur airport. We were whisked away in further comfort from the airport in a Toyota Innova...Shock absorbers are great in that vehicle on bumpy Indian roads....though there were none to be experienced as the Nagpur Highway felt very like the USA's I-405! We came upon the Taj Baghvan, an exclusive luxury enclave of a forest resort, soon enough. Designed & built on architectural guidelines of African safari reserves, this Taj property stays fairly true to those tenets. A large, gracious bungalow is at the heart of this space, housing an elegant portico which serves as the open reception area. Leading in from here is the large and very old-world sitting room and dining room. This forms the communal watering hole for all of us bipeds in this jungle arena. We are to be fed and nursed here with copious amounts of fresh food and drink from time to time, but more importantly,..........the only place one is sure to catch a strong WiFi, jungle or not! On entry into the portico, we are greeted with a small group of people led by the Director of the facility. We are to have our own dedicated butler, his assistants, our chef and a hope-not-to-need-one paramedic! Fresh Lime juice and an ice cold towel later, the lead gives us a quick tour of above mentioned communal areas before taking us down a clearly marked path towards our abode for the next 3 nights and 4 days. We have been given Suites 3 & 4 for our party. An excellent choice given that it is right by the property line dividing us and the forest's currently dry river bed. I imagine this will be an amazing location in the monsoons..It is beautiful as it is now. The rooms are really a smaller bungalow with gracious steps leading to a foyer with the suites on either side. Each suite has a bedroom with high vaulted ceilings, a colonial atmosphere with the built-in glassed patio which reminds me of truly being back at a Taj property, no matter where one is. The linens, the decor, the cleanliness, the subtle yet fresh fragrance wafting in the perfect temperate airconditioned environment. Where is the bathroom? Oh, just here off to the side through these doors, I am told. We swing the doors open...to a small, open to everything walkway, not 4 steps away to an outdoor linked bathroom..the facilities! Once in, the bathroom evokes being in a tropical environment which is hugely ACfied and trying to merge with nature at the same time. In between the few feet of the elegance of a Taj bedroom and that outside WC walkway are open aired stairs leading to the upper Machan, a roofed yet open lounge area on the second floor of the building and attached to each suite independently. Here, there are deep sofas to loll about and watch Nature unfold around you. Any words of caution?, I ask the Lead breathlessly. Oh, just do not leave any food around in the open......Oh, alright said I. Mine not to ask why....Mine just to do and enjoy!! Dusk sees the pathway connecting these bungalows to the pathways leading back to the Mainstay lit beautifully with lanterns. Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner have windows of time. The food is amazing at each meal. Fresh, elaborate and beautifully served for each party/group individually, meal times are a perfect reminder of the grace and etiquette of being a guest at an Indian table. The Chef and butler hover around like concerned parents ensuring each course and each bite is well received. Again, cleanliness & hygiene in the food, the handling, and the water is a paramount concern addressed by simply staying at a Taj property, even in the midst of a jungle....more so, while staying in a jungle! The raison de'tre,...... the Jungle Safaris...we took 2 of them. The first one was the very early am one. This has its own magic in seeing the day and the jungle open up slowly as we wind our way through the absolutely fresh, pristine air. A 4 to 5-hour ride in an open-air custom made Tata Jeep was a very, very comfortable stepped ride which allowed for maximum viewing. Do dress in layers always though. Midway, we are again gently reminded about being with the best in these parts as Taj guests when we pull up to the singularly designated refreshment area of rest and restrooms. The Jeep's hood now has a beautiful tablecloth spread on there, baskets of carefully prepared sandwiches, fruit, rolls and breakfast goods are laid out with gentle aplomb!...But wait, there is .....French Coffee......freshly brewed for us! Another delight is the actual restrooms themselves! Clean, constructed.. !!..., with running water and well ventilated, (The Ladies room had liquid soap too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) This is a small but very crucial window into India's progress forward. Onward & Upward! What did we see on our two tours? Both tours yielded us a bounty of monkeys of different kinds, Spotted Deer, the Sambhal deer, elephants, the wild buffalos, hyenas, peacocks, myriad bird species, and the painted dogs. Our second evening tour yielded us the amazing sight of the Tigeress in the most splendid of settings! It was beautiful and humbling to be a part of Nature at that time. We also got a small taste of the Junge coming to us in the very early hours of the morn when we were awoken to an army of monkeys that came swinging into the resort and onto our roofs! Needing to go to the bathroom and having to go in the company of our ancestors was an interesting experience in and of itself...This needs some attention for safety from the Taj Designers to allow us some but not too much jungle excitement. We are world-weary city slickers who are only equipped to deal with monkeys, bugs, snakes, and slime of the human kind in the city environs! Also good will be a short safety and security presentation to each guest party on arrival, outlining what can happen in between bungalows and pathways, light and dark and some prep to avoid a panic situation, especially with children visitors. A huge part of the education of the jungle, its inhabitants and the local population that supports this adventure ecotourism was the earnest and well-informed narrative of our particular naturalist, Varun. Each and every one of the team and staff at Taj Baghvan ensured representation of the famed and reliable tradition of the Taj group and of Indian hospitality and care. We came away more aware, concerned and also immensely proud of the beauty that lies within India.
by vman63 on June 25, 2018
To be able to live in a five-star property in fairly dense forest, is an experience in itself. And the Taj hospitality cannot be beat. Super service and they went the distance to make our stay great. It was a special occasion and you do pay a premium to stay at this property, like in all five stars located in the wilderness, but it's well worth it. The room are great and be prepared for a ten 6 step walk to the bathroom so if creepy crawlies aren't your thing... And the bathrooms are great. And this is a holiday to disconnect... so your cellular network will not work except in a few areas and the hotel only offers wifi (free) in the common areas - reception/dining. The food is freshly prepared (there is no menu) and the hotel will try an accommodate all special requests - we had children so they made meals for them. The best part is the safaris - the naturalists are very knowledgeable and accommodating and that makes waking up at 5am for the morning drive worth it. Not to mention the hot breakfast that is served at 8am during the game drive. Would definitely stay here again if heading to Pench. Just 12 rooms/cottages and all are the same style/quality. Oh yeah, we saw a tiger on every game drive as well!
by kapoorashish1945 on June 22, 2018
A Wild life destination... A huge applause to the staff very courteous, friendly & very informative, the evenings there were lovely.. Away from all the traffic & pollution.. Romatic place and people friendly.. a must visit
by antara a on May 24, 2018
our family of 9 were staying in tiger n woods in pench for 4 days. we happened to go to Baghvan for lunch during our stay. i must say, that those few hours in the property were especially memorable. the place is really beautiful and the decor is tasteful and rustic. even though we werent staying there, the staff was extraordinarily courteous (as in all taj properties). they gave us a tour of the place and showed us the rooms and we regretted not staying there, the open shower and the terrace room was an amazing concept. the staff really looked after us for the short period and responded to all our needs. food was also great. dont make the mistake of not staying here!
by Frqttraveller2013 on April 29, 2018
Guys please beware there is a duplication of place on google maps and we almost travelled 60km ahead. Worse part is the staff does not even bother to warn in advance or give adequate warning or directions in advance that you might just miss the place. Further once you reach Khawasa gate, you will not find a single board or direction towards the resort. Which is very surprising!!! Access road is pathetic and confusing and the staff is of no help if you ask them to direct you to the place. The property is fancy but nothing like other Taj resorts/hotels standard or 5 star property standard. 1) No wifi/tv in the room 2) occasional to no cell phone network 3) Rooms are nice and clean and beautiful place to sit outside when you initially see but you cant really use it as there are lot of insects and mosquitoes outside. Whats the point then paying so much for the ambience? This was just the first day experience!!!
by Joyfull1818 on July 3, 2018
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