Vilas Palace was built in 1887 for Raja Raghunath Singh, by his
elder brother Maharaja Ram Singh who was the then ruler of Bharatpur.
In 1994 Laxmi Vilas Palace got transformed into a luxurious heriteg
house to cater to the incoming travelers.
amidst a sprawling 50 acres, and surrounded by undulating, yellow
mustard fields, the Laxmi Vilas Palace was built for Raja Raghunath
Singh. An eclectic and lively fusion of Rajput and Mughal
Hotel Laxmi Vilas Palace has well appointed rooms which has
wonderful arrangements to give ultimate pleasure to the guests. All
the rooms are air-conditioned with the luxuries of large screen pure
flat televisions with satellite channels and a modern private bath.
You will get running hot and cold water all round the clock.
25 air-conditioned rooms and suites.
All rooms and suites are elegantly furnished, period decor,
antique furniture. All rooms provide attached bath, running hot
and cold water, telephone with direct dialing, Colour television
with satellite transmission, laundry service.
The dining hall at the Laxmi Vilas Palace Bharatpur prepares
delicious local and other Indian and western cuisines. The
sumptuous meals available here is a primary reason of attraction
for the guests.
Laxmi Vilas Palace offers more or less ample facilities for
business travelers. There are wonderfully decorated and
established conference rooms at Laxmi Vilas Palace.
Recreation and Other Facilities
Sight seeing tours, safaris, car rental, airport transfers,
restaurants, boutiques, gardens, laundry services, Car hire
service, currency exchange, doctor-on-call, and 24 hour in-room
dining are just some of the other facilities one can avail at
Sanganer Airport, Jaipur is 185 km.
Ganghi International Airport, New Delhi is 194 km.
Airport is 55 km.
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