Maharaja Ram Singh. For almost hundred years, the Laxmi Vilas Palace has been a prime witness to, and a participant in almost every eventful happening that took place in the princely state of Bharatpur – royal weddings, affairs of the court and royal duck shoots. It has played host to such dignitaries as the duke of Edinburgh, shah of Iran, king of Nepal and shah of Afghan.
The same tradition of the hospitality has been kept alive till the present day. It has been a heritage hotel since 1994, and is an ideal base for birding in and around Bharatpur.
Tiger Den Resort
Located 3 kms from Ranthambhor and 12 Kms from the railway station, it has 20 cottages, and dining arrangements
Van Vilas Palace
7 km from National Park, this luxury resort has 25 Luxury Tents, each air-conditioned with an area of 790 square feet, spacious, beautifully appointed interiors with teak wood flooring, Large well appointed marble bathrooms and free standing bathtubs, separate shower stalls and double vanity counters. Private deck for sun bathing and outdoor dining. In room amenities include personal bar and satellite television, complimentary fresh fruit and flowers, mineral water.
An air-conditioned restaurant and an outdoor restaurant
serving Continental and Indian cuisine. A well stocked bar Snacks and
beverages service by the pool.
Hotel Ranthambore Regency
close to the Ranthambore National Park, the hotel has 20 deluxe rooms, 10
cottage room and a suite, all air-conditioned with attached bath, running
hot and cold water, direct dial telephones, spacious lobby, and a well laid
out spacious garden.
The lodge is located in village Jarar, 75 km. from Agra on the Fatehabad road and is 12 km from the Chambal river bank in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
The accommodation consists of six ethnically designed cottages with attached toilets and hot showers. A restaurant serves Indian food.
The Lodge the ideal base for Chambal river birding cruise for Indian Skimmer, Gangetic dolphin, mugger and fish-eating crocodiles. Other activities include camel safari through the awe inspiring Chambal ravines, birding for birdlife nesting in the mud walls -swift swallows, owls etc.