P.O- Gajner 334301, Tehsil- Kolayat, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India
Every traveler wants to get the best services, facilities and experiences during their vacation jaunts. While for some a luxury holiday means few days of tranquility out of the din of everyday city life, for others it may be enjoying the best modern facilities and services, and for a group of others natural world is the best place to enjoy an adventurous holiday. So what if you find all these- modern amenities, tranquil ambience and natural beauty- in a single place? Yes, Gajner Palace in Bikaner is one such destination where royal lifestyle, mesmerizing landscape, medieval architecture and dense forests, everything has been intermingled to create a charisma of natural and synthetic world. This lake edged palace was built by His Highness Maharaja Sir Ganga Singh of Bikaner, primarily as a hunting resort for the royal family and guests. Stretched in an area of 6000 acres, the palace complex houses its own sanctuary with different endangered species. This royal palace had been transformed into a heritage hotel in the year 1976 with a view to provide the visitors the royal flavor of lifestyle of this land.
A luxury stay in Ganjer Palace in an outset of the restful lake makes your every visit to Bikaner a refreshing memory of your life. With 13 Historical Suites and 32 deluxe rooms, this fortress of the Maharajas still pulsate the saga of the royal era of Bikaner. On the one side the historical suites have preserved well the aroma of the royal lifestyle and on the other the deluxe rooms present before us a wonderful concoction of traditional and modern artwork.
There is a total of 13 Historical Suites in this palace hotel which are all decorated with antique wall paintings, beautiful wood carvings and the delicate crystal chandeliers. You can find folklore related to each of these historical suites. The interplay of light and bright shades on the walls of the palace and the outside views of the landscape and tranquil lake make it all the more charismatic to the guests.
The Gajner Palace has 32 deluxe rooms each of which presents different themes. Keeping in mind the needs and requirements of the global travelers, these rooms are being given a modern look with a pinch of traditional touch added to it. The detailing of these rooms is so intensely done that it wonders every visitor how a man made ménage could be so gracefully designed.
A luxury vacation tour becomes all the more enjoyable with cuisines that satisfy your taste buds; and when you are into a tour to India, the exotic foods of the land becomes a must priority. The restaurant and the royal bar of the Gajner Palace serve to its guest foods and drinks that are delicately being chosen from a list of Indian and overseas categories.
Once the ballroom of the Maharaja and his guests is now serving as a restaurant to the visitors. True to its name, this restaurant takes the guest to an ethereal world after it serves different cuisines from Indian, Mughal and Continental range. The imperial Terrace, an extension of The Mirage, is an open air restaurant where you can enjoy the folk culture of the land with a soothing backdrop of the lake Gajner.
The name of this bar is derived from two different words- ‘mrig’ means ‘deer’ and ‘trishna’ means ‘thrust’- thus it means a place that satisfies the thrust. The interior décor and the large variety of choicest wines are the two most important aspects that elevate the mood of every guest. Enjoy some exotic views of the lake and the forest nearby with a fine glass of wine in your hand.
The fitness secret of Indian yogis lies in the ancient scriptures that mention Ayurveda as a natural science that not only secures us from different illness, but also make us maintain a younger look. The massage centre in Gajner Palace uses this secret technique of Ayurveda to unwind your senses. The team of experts in this centre will provide you massage that will suite your body needs. Moreover, the adventure lovers can enjoy a safari to the well preserved sanctuary of the hotel. The hotel authorities have given special emphasis on preserving some of the endangered species of birds and animals in this sanctuary. A sightseeing tour to the banks of the lake or a boat ride can make you witness wildlife flocks drinking water from the lake.