Nahargarh Ranthambore: A Palatial Resort Hotel in Rajasthan, India

In our November trip to India, one of our stops was the elegant and palatial Nahargarh Ranthambore, in the state of Rajasthan, India.

The Palatial Nahargarh Ranthambore

My first impression was that this former-palace-turned-hotel was located in a fairly secluded area of Ranthambhore. And, no paved roads once we got off the main highway! So, it was off-roading for about a mile or two, but your could see the hotel in the distance.

We were on a tour with Overseas Adventure Travel, and we stopped at many hotels on this 16 day tour, many of which were elegant and posh, but this (in my humble opinion) was the best and just had a character to it that reminded me of old India during the British Colonial days.

In our brief stay here, we were treated (and invited to) an upscale Indian Wedding. The wedding planner and relative of the bride were very kind and invited us to attend the wedding ceremony which took place at sunset.

We were offered two large jeep tours through the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and National Park. My wife and I took the early morning tour and skipped the afternoon tour. As we were a bit shell-shocked from all the off-roading. It gave us the opportunity to explore the hotel grounds and it was during this time that we stumbled upon the Indian Wedding.

All in all, this was a very memorable part of our Indian journey. The weather was very temperate although quite cold in the early mornings. In the Tiger Reserve we spotted one tiger sleeping. But lots of other wildlife such as deer, monkeys, crocodiles and birds.

See Also: Complete Set of Nahargarh Hotel Photos

A Room With A View

Our view, sitting in the front porch of our hotel room. It was a very beautiful sunny afternoon that day.



Old Fashioned Lock and Key. No Cards!


We Slept In A Wonderful King-Sized Bed



Our Room Was Quite Large, Like a Suite


The Hotel Is Beautiful At Night!

Nahargarh Palace Hotel
The hotel by night.

Nahargarh Palace Hotel
Photo Op at the front of the Hotel by night.

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Carlos Rull

Carlos Rull is a musician living in the San Diego area. His interests include Yoga, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, and Gardening. He plays drums, piano, and composes New Age & Ambient music, and his albums are available on iTunes and

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