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Sherpur-Khiljipur, 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 Helenewk on May 28, 2018
This property consists of 12 luxury canvas tents. It looks like a 1920's safari camp of a bygone era with a nature bushlodge feeling. Very ecofriendly with natural handbuild mud floors. It has a unique outside bar and swimming pool. They have a large collection of tiger photographs as the family owners play an active part in conservation. It is situated on the border of Rathambore.
by 617nehal on May 22, 2018
If you do go to Ramthambore, then the only way is the Sujan Sher Bagh way. Can't rave enough about the camps, the food and the hospitality. They teach you to love and most importantly respect the jungle.
by SarahR_Travels-143 on May 21, 2018
Every detail and need has been thought through and anticipated. From the moment you pull up to the gate, you are greeted with the utmost care, enthusiasm, and respect from all of the staff. Every single time you return to the property you are greeted with a cold hand towel and perfectly (not too sweet) fresh lemonade. The room is clean and equipped with all of the luxuries a hotel room would have: outlets, shower with hot water, toilet, sink, AC, etc. We did not have much issue with bugs but much appreciated the mosquito net for mental comfort. The lounge room was ever so charming, the breakfast/lunch tent was comfortable and cooled, bar on the second floor was also a nice hang out spot with AC, the pool had a beautiful view, and campfire space was magical at night. The staff went out of their way to make our honeymoon special. There was champagne in our room upon checking in and we had the most romantic dinner for two in front of one of the pools in an unrented suite with our own private butler - MAJOR POINTS. The second dinner was around the campfire where we got to meet other guests, very enjoyable. Dinner is preset, a variety of Indian foods. I do wish there was option to choose but the Indian food was delicious. I LOVED that the hotel grows and cooks from their own garden. Truly adds to the magic of the place. Any location you were in, there was someone to take your drink order. The staff pretty much knows where you are at all times while respecting your privacy. We never saw anyone form housekeeping cleaning our room or turning down. We also got a massage, not quite as deep as I like but for those of you who like light to medium, could be enjoyable. The drives in the morning are a bit chilly at times but much preferable to the heat of the afternoon (went in April). We found the driver and naturalist to be quite knowledgeable and experienced. We appreciated the chai tea breaks and snacks that were prepared. The only thing that could make the experience more comfortable are nicer bathrooms but doubt there is much control over that. We had the most exhilarating sighting of a mother calling her 2 year old cub to eat from a recent kill. It was truly a once in a lifetime experience. I did feel quite vulnerable with no form of communication available within the park and no guns/tranquilizers available (poaching laws). These rangers have been doing this for many years but did feel more risky than safaris in South Africa. Anyhow, got the most amazing photos and video of the mother daughter pair greeting and nuzzling each other and taking a dip. Very much appreciate how they hire a good amount of locals and women from the area. Glad to see job opportunities for women and people in the surrounding area. All in all, an absolutely amazing, unique experience. Sher Bagh will have a special place in my heart.
by 366crystalp on April 30, 2018
This place is absolutely amazing! We can not say enough nice things about Sher Bagh. The luxury tents were so comfortable and after every safari a staff member met you at the gate with a cold wet towel and refreshing drink. My husband and I did use the spa services and after a bumpy ride on safari, the message was wonderful. We even had little gifts left for us each night with the turn down service. We would have stayed longer if we had known how nice this place was beforehand!
by CupcakeCaz on April 16, 2018
We spent a couple of days here and no words can describe how incredible this is. Its based in the colonial days of India with tents incredibly luxurious with air conditioning, flushing toilets, amazing shower and everting and more you would have in a hotel room. You go to bed with sounds of tropical birds, monkeys and sheer tranquility. You are met in arrival with a lovely host, sparkling wine and a cold facecloth to refresh you after your journey. On our first night we met around the campfire (although it was too hot to actually have a fire!). We chatted with other guests then were shown the lantern/candlelit area where we would be dining. It was the most romantic destination you could ever describe, eating under the stars. The outdoor bar was again all lit by candle light to add to the ambience. They change location each night. All staff are excellent and cannot do enough to help you. You can eat drunk what you want and where you want it!!! Food was top class hotel food presented impeccably and extremely tasty with dietary needs catered for. We had 3 half day safaris to Ranthambore National Park In the Jeep and saw a tiger, sloth bear, peacocks, various types of deer and monkeys etc. It was really bumpy so not for those with back issues or has an upset stomach! Spa was amazing - opted for full body massage- really relaxing after a bumpy ride!!! Pool is small and cold in a haven of tranquility. Absolutely loved everything about this luxurious venue. Well worth the expense for something that you will remember forever.......I will.
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