|Hotel Lalgarh Palace Bikaner
Travel to Jaipur and stay in Lalgarh Palace hotel of Bikaner Rajasthan
to make your trip to India more heritage.
Lalgarh Palace Bikaner
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Airport (Domestic) :- 262 km.
Railway Station :- 3 km.
Bus Station :- 3 km.
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Hotel Lalgarh Palace bikaner
Built between 1902-1926 by Maharajah Ganga Singh of Bikaner, Lallgarh
Palace is one of the prestigious properties of the Welcome Group- Sheraton
hotels. This magnificent palace in imposing red sandstone is an example of
pure Rajput martial architecture. Designed by sir Swinton Jacob, this palace
has several grand halls, lounges, cupolas and pavilions. The exotic palace
has magnificent pillars, richly carved fire mantles, Italian colonnades and
motif of the lotus in full bloom, adding to the magic of its facade.
The most perfect example of a Rajput Palace, Lallgarh palace was built at
the turn of the century and is a sprawling red sandstone residence with
separate wings, one of which is occupied by members of the royal family
while another wing forms a museum. Lallgarh Palace is the most completely
integrated example of Indo-Saracenic architecture and has played host to a
number of dignitaries from allover the world.
masterpiece that has inspired many architects.
The palace is a treasure trove where the guest can spend hours 'walking in
the past'. Each room here is a suite with period furniture - four poster
beds, chaise-lounges and exquisite carpets. Deluxe room one king bed: single
double occupancy. The walls of the palace are full of reminders of the past-
vintage etchings, hunting trophies and old portraits. The palace is a
monument of magic the transports the guests into the glorious past.
Pierced screens shade large windows from the harsh sun of the desert, while
extensive corridors lined with photographs connect with rooms and suites
where the princes once trained in the art of kingship. There are formal
lounges and meals are served in a dining hall reminiscent of the banquets
once hosted here.
Museum and Library
Other remarkable features of the palace are its own museum and, clay pigeon
trap and skeet shooting facilities at adjoining ranges. other attractions
include excursions to Gajner Lake, Deshnoke temple, kolayat and camel
breeding farms. Other facilities include spacious lawns, banquet and
conference halls, tennis, billiards and croquet.
Room facilities include air-conditioned, mini bar and refrigerator,
telephone, television and tea/coffee facility.
Hotel facilities include a restaurant, bar, coffee shop, swimming pool,
tennis court and massage/sauna.
Recreational activities include Camel safari, Tennis, Billiards, Croquet
court, Lush green lawns, Masseur, Astrologer, Rajasthani folk singer, Puppet
show and Jeep safari.
Other attractions include excursions to Gajner lake, Deshnoke temple,
Kolayat and camel breeding farms. Other facilities include spacious lawns,
banquet and conference halls, tennis, billiards and croquet.
This desert town in the northwest of Rajasthan was founded in 1488 by Rao
Bika, a descendant of Rao Jodha of Jodhpur. The old city is surrounded by a
high crenellated wall. In the olden days, the city of Bikaner figured
prominently on the great caravan trade routes. Today, it is a lively and
colourful city reminiscent of the days of yore. A number of festivals such
as Teej and Holi are celebrated in the city, in much the same way as they
have been for centuries.