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Sardargarh Dist, Rajsamand , Rajsamand , 313330 | Show on Map
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Sardargarh Heritage Hotel is one of the magnificent forts of Rajasthan. An extravagant creation by men of a bygone era, placed amidst the mountains and deep forests of Chuppun. Sardar Singh, one of the most powerful Dhodhias, built the Sardargarh Fort.
The heritage hotel offers comfortable air-conditioned rooms for the guests to choose from- each unique in design. The luxury dining with exquisite Rajasthani cuisine will add another dimension to the occupants stay.
The attentive staff is known to pamper the guests with their multi-course meals for breakfast, lunch and supper. The luxurious Bedrooms are the perfect combination of modern amenities and classic comforts. Flaunting traditional floorings, antique colonial furniture and fascinating decorations the spaces are well utilized and comfortable.
Spacious verandahs are available for rest or recreation. The guests get a chance to savour the sensory delights of the rich and ancient culture of Rajasthan- where the hospitality is as warm as the weather. Experience every nuance of the opulent lifestyle in the Sardargarh Fort that is true to the tradition
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by Sheilagh M on October 25, 2018
Rising regally above the village of Sardargargh is the majestic fort! The property has been lovingly and lavishly refurbished to exactly replicate the original. The current owners are direct descendants of the royal family who built the fort in the 1700s. So much love and care goes into sharing their home with guests! Freshly prepared meals from local ingredients appear. Attentive staff meet all your needs. Quiet reflective spaces are available for your enjoyment. The rooftop terrace provides cool breezes at dinner while musicians serenade. From the breakfast terrace watch bright green parrots swooping and gliding. Take the tour of the fort! Our time with the owner Rani transported us back in time to imagine life in the feudal times of the fort. And back again to the present to learn about the reconstruction project. Its an extra cost but goes towards the next phase of reimagining this magnificent heritage hotel. We were treated to a romantic sunset view at the very top of the fort! Unforgettable is the word for our experience.
by Rachael D on October 13, 2018
I would agree with Tom M that certain parts of this fort are clearly a building site but that only adds to the charm in our opinion. On arrival we were greeted warmly and escorted to our room. It is true at this point, some information was a little sparce but we decided that as we were on holiday it was our role to relax and the role of the hotel and staff to do the work to make it enjoyable. We had an excellent lunch recommended by the waiter and the food was delicious and plentiful. Later, we lay and relaxed at the pool side until the staff approached and advised us to be ready in 30 minutes for our evening tour of the local village. At this point we again were requested recommendations items for dinner and ordered on advance. As items are freshly prepared and provided locally, it is nice to understand that preordering reduces stress and waste. Heading out with the owner of the hotel was such an experience. Meeting locals and hearing histories was truly moving. This all culminated in an unexpected visit to a peaceful lake where we climbed to the roof of a building and sat and drank rum watching the sunset over the fort in the distance. The evening meal was again delicious, accompanied by musicians setting a real ambience. We were escorted to and from our room in the dark by silent staff to ensure safety as the fort is widely open for exploring something we took much fun in doing in the morning. The place is a work in progress but we felt this added to our need to return at a later date to see it in it's full glory.
by Tom M on October 13, 2018
We stayed for 1 night at the fort as part of an organised tour. The fort was sold to us as this magical and royal experience but it was very far from that. We arrived to a building site at the main gate and were escorted around the side entrance with no explanation. For such a large 'luxury' hotel, there was no reception Instead, we were crammed into the back office where we met the owner, a very unwelcoming and surly man - we even had to initiate small talk to fill the awkward silences. Not a great start. When shown to our room, the view from half of the windows was of yet another building site with workers able to see in. Although the hotel staff were pleasant and smiley, they were far from helpful. When we were taken to our room, the only Information given to us was 'this is the WiFi code and dinner is upstairs'. It would have been nice to know a bit about the fort (for this you could pay 800 rupees per person for a tour) or even what was on offer in the evenings - we now know that certain tours were on offer. It was honestly as if you had to work it out for yourself and they didn't want to give you any information. We only found out that the hotel did tours and there were extras such as massages available from the painter that we spoke to whilst walking around the grounds (not a customer facing member of staff). He was by far the most helpful person we encountered during our stay. The room itself was nice, but the bathroom let it down. Although it was massive, there was not a stand-alone shower and instead a bath with a shower attachment. The toiletries were half empty and plaster was flaking off the walls. The water temperature was also unpredictable, having to wait 10 minutes to get from hot to cold or vice versa Meal times is when this place really gets weird. You are asked to order your food 3 hours in advance, and are given a time to come upstairs for dinner. Within 2 seconds of leaving your room, a silent member of staff would run over to you and escort you to dinner. It honestly felt like being frog-marched in a prison. The same on the way back from dinner. A man silently walked ahead of us and there proceeded to stand and stare as we fiddled with our lock until we closed the door in front of him. The food itself was the most expensive yet worst we have had since arriving in India. The naan bread was flavourless and had definitely just been taken from a packet and toasted. The curry was also very bland. We were also recommended a local Indian beer which turned out to be a Spanish beer from Madrid. When checking out, again crammed in the back office, the owner did not even ask how our stay was. It took over 5 minutes for staff to have a look around just to find a 500 rupee note for our change (amazing they had no money in there). We were then escorted out to our driver through the building site, obviously by this stage the hotel did not care about our impressions of the place. Overall a very disappointing experience and just proof that just owning a lovely building does not mean that you can necessarily run a hotel.
by adriochoa on October 4, 2018
In front of us a bumpy road that seems to go nowhere. Suddenly at the distance we could clearly see a huge Fort on the hill top. The words of our driver Madan were: "You are staying there". India is a constant surprise and Sardargarh Heritage Hotel was standing proudly in front of us. As we went through the huge wooden gate an enchanting man with his turban welcomed us and there we stood in front of an enigma to solve. A Medieval fort with Indian volts and arches. They are refurbishing so the entry was not as glamorous but at the end of a corridor we could see music players and ladies with flowers waiting to welcome us. The owners run this place with grace and tons of love. All of your senses are touched by every detail. The rooms are unique with diverse colors and special details. With all the amenities you desire. But what makes this experience unique is transporting yourself to another era or even other age. You feel like an enthusiastic kid that wants to explore the fort, all the hidden places, floors, stairs, fences, and hallways. It is a huge fort and you can spent several hours exploring it. With the company of two beautiful dogs that can follow you in the search for secrets through the passages. The owner Mahipal is the 10th generation of the original builder of this fort. His wife Monica knows how to assault your senses. She has prepared diverse settings for the meals and manages the staff thoroughly. You can be at the pool having drinks with snacks and the ponds around the pool evoking Lakme. I could clearly hear the voices of the sopranos singing the Flower Duet while gazing a the lilies of the ponds that surround majestically the pool. Then dinner at the terrace with a ceiling of stars and the moon that they asked specially for us (words of the owners). Breakfast was prepared in a royal dining room with tons of details. They cook everything with fresh ingredients and daily baked bread comes to great you at your table. Certainly a place that invites you to stay for a while just by being. Disconnect yourself and let go of everything by sensing India, its flavor and majesty. This is the place to do so.
by jt2407 on September 27, 2018
Sardargarh is a unique experience and just oh so worthwhile. We were royally hosted by Monica and Mahipal who welcomed us into their outstanding palace/fort. Our room was cool, quiet,and decorated in unbelievable style. Breakfast in the garden, lunch by the pool and dinner on the terrace underneath the stars. What more could one wish for? Plenty to see and do, delightful food and magnificent hosts. Its all there.
by adriochoa on October 4, 2018
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by BarbaraBowman on March 12, 2017
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