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SHERPUR, KHILJIPUR, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001, Ranthambore , 322001 | Show on Map
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Kundera Bus Stop is 4 km and 32 Pillars Chhatri is 11 km away from Sher Bagh. A restaurant is provided to the guests staying in this hotel in Ranthambore. Room amenities feature a tea/coffee maker, wake-up calls and an attached bathroom with hot and cold water supply.
This 1-storeyed hotel comprises of 11 rooms.Sujan Sher Bagh offers facilities such as a restaurant and a spa. This property provides laundry, room service, front desk and a safari to travellers.Some of the attractions include Ranthambore Fort (11 km) and Ranthambore National Park (12 km).
Sawai Madhopur Railway Station is 5 km and Jaipur International Airport is 158 km from this hotel in Ranthambore.
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by LeonardoDiSF on
This is an extremely nice place to stay. The staff is very attentive and professional. The meals are exquisite. The permanent tented rooms are the highest quality and very well appointed. This is no doubt one of the finest places to stay in India (and certainly this area). We also stayed at the Serai in Jaisalmer; the Sher Bagh is a 10 out of 10 while the Serai Jaisalmer is an 8 out of 10 (same price). One night we had dinner next to an open fire pit which was very memorable. We LOVED out stay here! Tip: we are a family of 4 and they allowed us to take just one tent which they brought a rollaway bed (or two?) into the room. It worked great for our 8 and 9 year old boys.
by FeliceCW on
Just HEAVEN! We stayed here for three nights in an ultra, ultra-luxurious tent. The staff is incredible, the service impeccable and the food fantastic. I cannot say enough about how wonderful this place is. With only 12 tents, their attentiveness to the guests is unmatched. Seriously, if you can go here - do it!
by 33judes on
Everything about this camp was superb, even when faced with disaster. From our greeting at the station and for the next 2 nights, we were looked after so well. The service was fabulous; nothing was too much trouble - mostly one didn't even need to ask. Our tent was beautifully appointed with colonial style furnishings, plenty of hot water and radiators. In fact, we were never allowed to get cold - hot drinks at early morning wake-up, fleeces in the rooms, followed by porridge with honey and brandy before boarding the jeep with blankets and hot water bottles! Breakfast following our game drive was wonderful in the dining tent - Indian scrambled egg and kedgeree both sampled and delicious. A hot water bottle again just appeared one morning because I was looking cold! Definitely use the camp's vehicles, with guide and driver - binoculars, hot drinks and tiffin all included! No time wasting picking up others - and we saw tigers on both our drives! We were meant to have 3 drives though but one was cancelled as we were waiting, due to a local religious festival. Random closures are not uncommon apparently. With hindsight, it didn't matter but we were hugely disappointed at the time. The staff recognised this and went out of their way to make amends, which we really appreciated as it was totally beyond their control. We loved the evenings - drinks around the camp fire and then dinner served in a different part of the camp each night surrounded by lanterns and flaming kadais.
by Mitzy100 on
Just WONDERFUL! Greeted after 6 hour drive by hot towels, pink champagne and a very warm welcome. Beautiful authentic setting with beautiful luxury tents and not a TV in sight. Only 12 tents so felt intimate and very special. We just loved it, highly recommended.
by Fatty2641 on
My family of 6 stayed here for 3 nights. Ambience - It's tented, and fixtures and linen feel new, freshly pressed. It could be that it feels new because the camp is torn down and rebuilt from scratch every year. There are just 12 tents so it feels exclusive. My family had 3 tents, 1 of which waa the Pukka Shahib suite. The latter is worth it as your tent is surrounded by mud walls which are constantly maintained by staff. The beds are comfortable - subjective, not too hard and not too soft. There is a library / gamesroom, which we had drinks in. The bar is well-stocked with both local drinks (beer, champagne, wine) and international ones. You can have a drink anywhere, it's great. Unfortunately i did not swim in the pool, which was inviting. It is approximately 14 metres long. Dont expect to be wowed by the tents - i dont think it is intended to be exceedingly opulent, just comfortable and enough to put a smile on your face. Food - Brunch is good, not gourmet or fancy, but you will be full, and you do not feel obligated to be stuffed which I appreciate. Dinners are the same, and is served local style. I must commend their naan, of which in my view is the best i've had, because it does not need more than one chew and is flavourful. Curries are not exceedingly rich as I've noticed at some Indian restaurants. Some people prefer it to be rich but i like it lighter. Dont expect Michelin cuisine, which i notice some do. Think of this as a camp with basic dishes done well and you will be satisfied. A great deal of ingredients are sourced on premises, cheese, vegetables, milk (both gost and cow), are from a farm they own next door. Coffee is superb, and they have a variety of beans for different tastes, heavy to light. Service - There's not very much to ask for beyond what we got. Every, single, staff member (and I mean every person) performed above and beyond. For this reason I have not named anyone, but everyone truly outperforms. You have a 24-hr butler button, which is prompt. Some say this is not a challenge for a 12-tent camp, but to be greeted with a happy person at your doorstep to provide anything you could possibly ask for, is a great experience. Piddling drawback - everything that can be controlled by Sher Bagh, is perfect. The drawback is that at times there were wedding processions and festivities in the nearby areas. And these are loud and go into the night, and out of Sher Bagh's control. I figure all the luxurious resorts / camps / hotels find some way to deal with this. Sher Bagh provided ear plugs, a simple solution which worked. Our game drives were purchased elsewhere. We did not arrange these through Sher Bagh. We saw tigers up close (twice) to pouncing range, very very lucky to catch that. We saw a sloth bear twice from far, a jungle cat once. And two deer fighting. I hear we were very lucky.
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