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Shahpura Bagh Bhilwara an offbeat getaway from Delhi

by on October 3, 2007

shahpura-bagh.jpgShahpura Bagh Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Rajasthan and was once the home to the Shahpura rulers however now it has been turned into a luxury accommodation. An oasis in the middle of the desert, the Shahpura Bagh weekend destination from Delhi is set in the heart of a network of 250 lakes. The nearest lake is full of white lotuses and the sunsets here are beautiful. Beautiful gardens surround the property and the haveli is pristine white, iridescent in the heat. This is a perfect refined retreat decorated with all usual ingredients like period furniture, four poster beds, high ceilings, portraits of the royalty, the works. But what wins you over is the incredible sense of space, the tastefully, lovingly done up spaces, personal attention, homemade food and the fact that all rooms open to green, green gardens.

You can look forward to accommodation sweeter than home at the Shahpura Bagh Hotel, Bhilwara. shahpura-bagh-room.jpgThere are a total of 5 suites and 4 deluxe guest rooms within the premises. Each of them is absolutely special in their own way. They uphold a unique combination of conventional décor and contemporary facilities and are extremely comfortable. Once here, you can surely stay fresh and rejuvenated all through your trip.

Dining at the Shahpura Bagh Hotel, Bhilwara will be no less than a grand meal. The décor comprises ornately carved furniture and curious artifacts. Amidst all this you can enjoy the choicest of Indian dishes especially scrumptious Rajasthan food in the hotel’s dining room. Everything from the setting of the place to the dishes and even the way in which the food is served is far removed from ordinary. The food is prepared out of fresh ingredients and even the recipes are typical to the hotel itself. You can get both vegetarian and non vegetarian items. As a matter of fact you also enjoy the liquor of your choice with your meal and end your feast with traditional Indian dessert. Tea and refreshments are also served at the dining room of the Shahpura Bagh Hotel.

shahpura-bagh-inside.jpgYou can enjoy the picnics, fishing and boating on the lakes with ample sundowners. The surrounding wetlands are a birdwatcher’s paradise while the region is also rich with heritage and history – explore forts, palaces and temples

Find Driving Direction from Delhi to Rajasthan here

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3 Comments
  1. well, there are so many tourist attractions that you find on asia and europe. i would really love to travel a lot ;-‘

  2. Holidays are meant to spend time together with your family, loved ones and friends. This is the time to leisure, to revitalize your energy from the boring usual office work, household work and students from their studies. It is imperative to have a Tour Operator, who has experience, infrastructure, and various travel plans for catering all your specific requirements.

    India – The Destination of the Millennium, is a marvelous tourist attraction. One of the richest monumental heritages in the world, where culture echoes, traditions speak, and diversity delights.

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