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Star Hotels in Bharatpur
There are 1 Five Star Hotels in Bharatpur and most popular 5 star hotels in Bharatpur are Udai Vilas Palace There are 12 Three Star Hotels in Bharatpur and most popular 3 star hotels in Bharatpur are The Birders Inn, Chandra Mahal Haveli, Sunbird Hotel, RTDC Hotel Saras, Jungle Lodge, Evergreen Guest House, Pelican Hotel, Shanti Kutir, Park Regency Hotel, Kiran Guest House.
Hotels in Bharatpur by Price
There are 45 Budget hotels in Bharatpur which are priced below Rs. 2500. Tariff for hotels in Bharatpur starts from 300. Cheap hotels in Bharatpur may provide basic amenities like a private bedroom, colour TV, Telephone, AC, 24-hour front desk and housekeeping staff on call. These hotels are affordable and value for money.
There are 2 Luxury hotels in Bharatpur which are priced above Rs. 5000. Tariff for Bharatpur hotels starts from 7500 and goes to 9000, which is charged by Bharatpur luxury hotels. Luxury hotels in Bharatpur include premium amenities like bathtubs, jacuzzi, sauna, massage services, swimming pool, fitness centre or gym, bar/lounge, restaurant, Wi-Fi, dry cleaning services, valet parking, banquet hall and conference rooms for business meetings.
A BIG re-alert, if you are going to be booking yourself at Bharatpur Swaraj Resort at Bharatpur.
They are a big sham, as the saying goes, 'Naam bade, aur darshan chote'
This is our experience of staying at Bharatpur Swaraj:
- They quote a different rate on phone and charge a different rate. Basically they are cheats. They quoted us a rate of Rs. 2800/- per night, inclusive of extra bed and taxes. But on reaching there, they said that the rate was 3500/- inclusive of extra bed and taxes. When we asked them for a tariff card, they said they had none. They blatantly refused that they ever quoted us the rate of Rs. 2800/-
- No intercom in the rooms.
- No attendant around the room to look into the basic needs.
- One has to either keep going out searching for the staff if one needs anything or keep calling their personal mobile number, which they don't bother to answer for hours together.
- Untidy and very dusty rooms, full of spiders and mosquitoes.
- Non-functional room heater.
- Food quality below average. They also served us a very stale (almost dried) bread for breakfast.
- Very slow service.
- No responsibility or acceptability of mistakes. They get into defensive the moment you point out a problem to them.
- No toiletries in bathroom.
- No functional TV (a big negative, if travelling with kids).
- Extra bed was fitted with a broken ply, which kept creaking throughout the night.
- We checked in very late at night, the room was so dusty and there was no drinking water in the room. As there was no intercom facility in the room, we had to spend the night in the dusty room and without water till 9. 00 the next morning (that is when we could spot a human being in the empty resort).
- Next morning we had to leave for the park at 6. 30am, however, inspite of going around the whole resort searching for the gatekeeper, we couldn't find anyone to open the gates. We had to wait till 7. 00am which is when the gatekeeper came to open the gates, which delayed us.
- When my husband put a review about them on trip advisor, they had the cheek to state that, we were asked to leave, I would like to put record straight here, that we left the resort at our own will, after settling the complete bill, as they kept hounding us in making an advance payment, to an extent that, the general manager kept calling my husband till 11. 00pm.
- He also claimed that we carried out illegal activities. Wow, now that is called 'ultra chor, Kotwal ko daante'. We are always tagged with our two kids, are serious wildlifers and serious birders, can you please state the 'illegal activity' we carried out in your resort. Oh except, if you term pointing out your shortcomings and not putting up with nonsense as illegal, then yes I agree with you.
Looking for a bit of peace and quiet, this hotel was quite good. It was fairly clean and had very good view of the main road without being unduly noisy and it was one of the few hotels around the sanctuary gate. It also had a pleasing appearance from the front with ample parking space inside. It was a good place to come back to, with friendly staff. The staff were really nice and prompt in responding. Front office was also amiable and considerate. Talking specifically of the sanctuary, the rickshawallahs are a good choice unless you can walk 5 km or so; in that case a guide is a good idea. The rickshas are on hourly rates with the rickshawallahs chipping in as guides, something which they are very good at. However, though they do not state it explicitly they expect tips for this extra activity. Also, they carry their own binoculars which you can use but you are told about their hourly rate for binoculars at the end. The sanctuary does not hire out binoculars. And finally, the place is so enchanting that you do not realise how much time has passed( an activity aided by the deliberate slowness of the rickshawallahs) so you end up paying more than you intended to, even if it is a part of an hour. A very pleasant rickshawallah can become quite otherwise if you want to argue on any of these points. Of course, this is our experience and it may be different for others. Nonetheless, I would not have seen the immense variety without their guidance. Forewarned is forearmed I say!
Best Experience: This was definitely the food. Mind you, it was by no means cheap but they were ready to serve you every item on the menu at any time you wanted to order, within the meal timings of course. The room rates were reasonable but were more than made up for by the consumables. A point to note in Bharatpur is that there are no stand alone restaurants or even easily found dhabas, so that you are entirely dependant on your place of stay. To that extent, the guest houses which offer home cooked food could be a better option though they will not offer the openness of this hotel . It\'s your choice!
Worst Experience: Strangely, though the hotel well designed in pink stone looks spanking clean from the outside, the room (we took an AC one simply because it offered better view than the non AC ones) had paint coming off the ceiling due to dampness (in one corner) and the bathroom cistern was leaking badly with the pot itself quite dirtily maintained. The basin was clean, but the fittings had probably not been touched since inception. The cistern was promptly repaired the next day. Also, there were three of us to the room but we had to keep reminding that three people need three blankets, three sheets and three towels. They were promptly supplied.
Secondly, the silence was ripped apart by a bus load of visitors who came to stay for a day and decided to celebrate in the pretty garden with an earload of music that sent vibrations running under our feet. It was the hotel\'s responsibility to ask them to tone down but pleasing a busload against three is a better option. Also, cooking was allowed on the area adjacent the garden so there were pressure cookers going off in the evening, as well as from 4am next morning. We were trying to get in some sleep to leave early for the sanctuary. Well, we were early insomuch that we got up at 4am. I had kept the windows open to hear the first chirrup of a bird; I got pressure cooker and animated conversation instead. They left the next day, but sadly so did we. Maybe this was a stray occurrence, or then maybe not.
Worst Service, Skeletal Staff (the receptionist is the chef!! ), No reception in the TV (reason given: monkey has broken the cable). Delayed Food, Bad Food. Did not get what I ordered. On the top of that, the menus seem to be no where found. Just imagine, for 20 rooms in the hotel, there are only 3 menus which are circulated around.
At the time of checkout, we were presented with a photocopied menu, which had different and exorbitant prices than the one we ordered from. Apart from giving you a high blood pressure and taking your moolah, there is nothing much this hotel/haveli/hostel can offer.
The property is nice, although is quite far from the Bird Sanctuary. An old dilapidated haveli has been converted into a hotel. Or should I say, is in the process of conversion.
How can you do that Makemytrip? (we know you first). Let me state facts:
1. Room had no fridge, door lock was not working well - everything was kind of fixed after we checked in (shouldn't it be before guests check in?)
2. We paid the price for a package, which the hotel management wasn't aware of - I had to tell specifically every time that we also have this in our package.
3. Food quality and variety was way below par - tasteless and horrible food. Looks like the management wanted to only make and save their own money. (Who on earth serves dry Petha as a dessert in dinner? )
4. Hotel staff (most of them) were regardless and will treat you just like anyone - no cold water was made available upon check in despite various requests.
5. Evening tea was included in our package, and to my surprise their evening starts only after 5 pm. I ordered tea at 4:30 but was denied because of timings.
6. Parking was a mess. My car got stuck in the morning because another guest parked his car right in front of my car making it extremely difficult for me to take out my car. I wonder what the guard was taking care of in parking lot.
7. Stinky bathroom.
8. There were other disappointments also but am running short of time to write everything here.
Travellers who will read my review. Please think 100 times before opting for this place. Only good things are proximity to national park (just 3 km) and good A/C unit in the room. (Could not be the case for all rooms).
I must say this was the worst place I ever stayed in my life. We checked in on 11th of Nov 2015. When we arrived, few tourists from China were having arguments at reception asking for their money back as they didn't wanted to stay in such dirty rooms. This was the first impression. But still as we had a long and tiring drive from Ajmer and it was already getting dark we had no option but to stay there.
Oh! Nothing was good there. Rooms fully unmaintained, load shedding and no generator option (we were told that generator had failed and no mechanic is available). We spent the whole night in one room (in spite of having 2 rooms booked). Cracked walls, broken windows, leaking taps, and above all lakhs of mosquitoes made our night miserable.
There were only two staffs all together managing the whole resort. Room telephone was not working. One of the staff (he called himself 'Awtar'), he called himself Captain of F&B gave us his cell no. and asked to call him if we need something. But didn't picked when made a call to him.
On the whole This place should be BANNED and the Licence should be suspended. Really 'MakeMyTrip' people, I want my money back with penalty added.
Suggestion to tourists: Please please don't even think of staying there.