Tiger Moon Resort, Ranthambore
Ranthambore National Park Sawai Madhopur
Ranked 19 amongst 92 hotels in Ranthambore
Tiger Moon Resort Reviews (46)
The hotel location was good and located conveniently. The appearance of the hotel was average. The staff members at the hotel were average and the services given by them was terrible. The room given to me was average with required amenities in working condition and room service was poor. The activities were very poor. The food at this hotel was very poor in taste and quality. There was no delay during check in and check out process.
The location of the hotel was very much convenient and the appearance of the hotel was really good. The surroundings were maintained well. The staff members at the hotel were polite and trained in services and the room allotted to me was average along with required amenities like AC, TV and geyser. There was no delay during sign in and sign out process and I recommend this hotel to other travellers.
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It was superb to stay at Tiger Moon resort. This place appeared to be a unique place to accommodate among all hotels in Ranthambore. Amidst the beautiful hills of Aravali ranges Tiger Moon resort was designed so perfectly. It maintained all urban luxury facilities in a dense forest area. This appeared incredible and wonderful to me. The resort cottages in this romantic forest were built in classic style of Rajasthan. I was happy to visit the Ranthambore National Park full of majestic tigers. Sizzling bonfires at night time made us feel great. I am glad to see that the hotels in Ranthambore are maintaining a luxury style of hospitality. Yash Patel Mumbai
Don\'t depend on the staff to inform you about anything. Please initiate yourself, ask the timing of every program they have mentioned in the package. But overall a good experience.
We took a 3d/2n package which costed us somewhere close to Rs. 6K per head, after some bargaining. This was inclusive of all meals, 2 visits to the wildlife sanctuary, and sightseeing around the Ranthambore fort. The place is beautiful and is consistent with the look of the jungle. We had also checked Tiger Den resort, but that has less of a jungle look, with perfect lawns and pruned bushes. Tiger Moon is more of a jungle decor and is just a few meters away from the jungle wall. I loved the look of Tiger Moon! Staff is very courteous, right from the time of booking to check out. When I was enquiring from home, I spoke to a Mr. Ajith Nair from Bombay who was extremely nice and gave me all details of the hotel booking as well as jungle canter rides. The one thing they can improve on is the food. Food is strictly average and not worthy of second helpings. For some reason, Tiger Den has more foreign tourists than Tiger Moon, I don\'t know why, but I\'m guessing its the effect of the pruned lawns.
Tiger Moon Resort is a luxurious property amidst nature full of Birds, monkeys, Butterflies and various type of Flora. Hotel staff is very helpful and property is very near to the wild life Sanctuary Gate thus safari would pick you in the last. Food is very Delicious and there are various outdoor games facilities along with 2 swimming pools. A perfect place to enjoy leisure time.
The place is good. Don\'t expect five star luxury in the jungle. The stone walls and foliage all around the resort make it a nice place. However what I didnt like was the food which was just about average, (no variety in the cuisine and very confused with the menu) and the fact that even though they mention it everywhere on the website the swimming pool was very dirty and badly maintained. The good part ofcourse was the people who were extremely accomodating and friendly. The best part was that I had gone on 4 safaris and sighted a tiger in all of them. Definitely worth a visit. Mumbaikars should explore beyond Khandala/ Lonavla and Kashid for weekend / long weekend holidays.
Tiger Moon Resort Overview
HolidayIQ Reviewer Zoobie Sidhu says, “On the Tiger Trail Ranthambore National Park is a good place to spot a tiger. With Project Tiger, the endeavor to save the animal from extinction is on full swing. We were told there are 53 tigers Read More
HolidayIQ Reviewer arhum jain shares, “A joy full safari with my family enjoyed a lot with my whole family as it was first time travelling to the destination. We just missed to see Tigers but still that was re Read More