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Motisar Road,Ghenehara, Pushkar , 302055 | Show on Map
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Offering unparalleled service and Rajasthani splendours, Pushkar Bagh is a luxury tented resort located in Motisar Link Road. The resort's enviable location allows guests to make the most of their visit to Pushkar.
During their stay, guests can indulge in many exciting activities like sightseeing, interacting with the village folk and attending a number of fairs that Pushkar hosts every year. Pushkar Bagh has 30 rooms divided into three categories viz.
Deluxe Cottage, Deluxe Swiss Tent and Luxury Room. The rooms falling under Deluxe Swiss Tent category are tastefully crafted and featured with a range of amenities such as study desk, running hot and cold water and air-conditioner.
Each tent has its own balcony and a verandah to ensuring a verdant stay for the guests. Pushkar Bagh is a remarkable venue for hosting weddings and parties that will be treasured for a lifetime. It also provides facilities for organising conference meetings amidst a royal ambience.
Places guests must not miss during their stay are Surya Mahal, the in-house restaurant and Rang Mahal, the in-house bar. A swimming pool, massage centre and Baradari, the coffee shop, are other highlights of this resort.
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by sona83bhar on June 18, 2018
The amazing resort with beautiful sight seeing and places nearby. The whether of Pushkar is quite smooth and dry but you can enjoy the calmness and silence of the environment. Nights are much beautiful and cool. This resort can be used for family or for couple
by badboy5626 on June 13, 2018
i stayed 2 nights and took summer package, it was nice experience from top to bottom.food was testy, room clean, bathroom well done, now building work going on so bit of disturbed but it was ok dinner at dunes was really awesome
by halodotjay on June 13, 2018
Two night stay. Pool ! Nice that it exists, some maintenance issues on filter? But pleasant to use. We downgraded room by choice, for a slightly more quaint feel. Querying lighting before final decision as we did not thoroughly check nicer room we were told all rooms lack lights beside bed. The non functioning bulb was replaced. We're a bit wifi focussed, no phone data and online a lot. We complained about this actually to our tour organiser by phone, I had already told him 9 days prior to sort or change hotel destination. At our drivers suggestion the hotel purchased a new jio hub device, all good. The place was under construction for expansion. No noise issues. Sleep ok but not great mattress. Staff all very nice. Food prices a bit high I think for the hotel level. Transport to market for me required, and back, it's a few km and one does feel a bit isolated in the sense of needing to rely on something other than feet. Also not a place where potential transport is just hanging around. The accommodation was basically set around a nice grassy area, there is good planting of shrubs trees etc. . It's all pleasant enough. I think in a better season eating could be outside? Dining room was not cool. They had the technology, just chose not to use it. I asked and they did turn on a couple of aircon units but too late for that size space. Food quality very average, a naan snack was the worst in my approx two years time in India over various trips, and at their prices I think they should nail it. Sodas and water always not cold. I guess I saw the one fridge they have in the place? There is so much potential, so much that could be great, they just don't quite get it right. As I say, pleasant enough, but I would likely try elsewhere should I return, but would not dissuade someone from going if they thought to. Likely an odd coincidence, and well outside hotel control, a very loud dance music thing, think clubbing style bass track, went until approx 3-4 a.m nearby. Earplugs so no real problem
by OldJailhouse on June 12, 2018
On the outskirts of town behind sand dunes you do feel remote. We had our own driver who brought us back from the night market but I would be quite cautious with a tuktuk. You are a good 4km from civilization. We had a older cottage. Our choice. We were shown a modern new unit but it lacked total charm, was off in the back, like barracks. The cottages surround the green grass and are near the nice enough pool. A/C was kind of OK, as was the TV. No fridge. But a hot water jug. Bed was a tad hard, not enough pillows for lounging. Poor lighting for reading. The water pressure was substandard with the toilet taking first dibs on water. Almost no warm water. Omelettes for breakfast, only black tea (no green or lemon). WiFi only works in the reception area! We complained quite loudly and our driver went to bat for us, forcing the hotel management to buy a Jio for our room. Hopefully they will allow future guests to use this! Again, struggling to understand this lack of WiFi. The public areas, except for the managers area at reception, are stiflingly warm. They invite you to have a cold drink in their wonderful patio..... but the drink is neither cold nor is the patio cool. No fans at all. And at breakfast you have to ask for some air as the room is very hot. The design is quaint, pretty and fits the surroundings. But they need to up their game to get a better score.
by DorisCanterVisscher on March 22, 2018
Clean, good place to stay. We were there for 1 night and found the bed comfortable, the food good and the little cottages spread around the garden lovely. It gave a nice view at night, especially with the moon coming up.
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