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''With a blend of French and regal architecture, it was built as a royal hunting lodge''

Heritage Hotel The Sariska Palace was built by Maharaja of Alwar on the edge of Sariska National Park as a royal hunting lodge. The interiors of Sariska Palace is a blend of French and regal architecture. With its royal splendor and legendary architecture encapsulated in picturesque surrounding, the Sariska Palace is an ideal place for Fairy Tale Weddings. Once the hunting grounds of the Maharajas, Sariska was made into a forest reserve in 1955 and declared a national park in 1982. Sariska Palace was built in the 19th century.

LOCATION : About 160kms from Delhi towards Jaipur.

WHY GO THE DISTANCE : The Sariska Palace has been converted into a heritage hotel with all the modern amenities like swimming pool, huge lawns to relax etc. Sariska Palace retains all its regal charisma and ambiance to remind one of the times of Maharajas. The Palace is built in a total of 100 acres and has a total of 85 rooms. The Sariska Palace is quiet close to the Sariska wild life sanctuary and also ideal for group outings, conferences and other corporate outings. The place is grand and staff co-operative but demands maintenance in a big way.

DESTINATION WEDDING : Lit elegantly, the palace with 120 acres of royal stretch creates magic of unseen beauty. Bringing the regal character in play, the dedicated teams of wedding planners at The Sariska Palace work minutely to bring around theme ceremonies of dream wedding. Ready to house 300 guests on dual occupancy and host gala functions/gathering for people upto a 1000, the number of manicured lawns adds to the beauty and facility of the palace.

HOTEL FEATURES : Set amidst 120 Acers of lush green hilly vegetation, the Sariska Palace offers unseen blend of Royal splendor with modern amenities.

Swimming Pool: Fully decked with all the accessories needed to maximize the pleasure of swimming such as water tubes, the Sariska Palace's swimming pool provides perfect ambiance to even non - swimmers.

Restaurant & Dining: 80 seater dining hall recreates the magic of Royal feast for a privileged few. It’s an experience of affluence and aura of royalty. As Sariska is popularly known for the Tiger reserve, their Cat's Whiskers Bar is an inspiration drawn out of the legendary animal. One can also enjoy food and drinks under the open sky, set amidst back lawn of the palace.

Fitness & Spa: Their Spa centre boasts of relaxing and rejuvenating Sauna, Jacuzzi and Massage. A world class gym facility dedicated to all those who want to be in shape, is in the offing.

Lawns & Courtyards: Grandeur of The Sariska Palace is evident from the way lawns have been carpeted all around. They are large enough to hold Grand Royal Weddings and private enough to make you feel privileged.

Tennis Court: Clay Tennis Court set right next to Swimming Pool area and Fitness Center, completes the full circle of an active life style dipped in royal splendor.

ACCOMODATION : Maharaja Jai Singh Superior Suite: Developed in an individual regal style, there are four kinds of Royal Chambers, namely Maharaja Jai Singh Superior, Maharaja Jai Singh Suite, Royal Chamber Superior and Royal Chamber Deluxe. Each of them are located on the first flight of the main Palace. These suits boast of unique king like expanses laced with modern amenities spread in perfect harmony. Fully renovated and restored, these are those real suits what was used by Maharaja and Maharani during their stay.

Standard Rooms: Haveli is an extension of the palace which was originally built as the hunting lodge for the Maharaj of Alwar, Maharaja Jai Singh and his guests. Giving it feel of comfort and style, each of these rooms with wooden floors are fitted with modern amenities.

BEST TIME : The best season to visit Sariska is the Winter season in between the mid October to mid of March. This is the time when Rajasthan is quite lively and enjoyable place due to its pleasant weather.

ROOM TARIFF : Tariff for Standard Rooms (INR)
Haveli or Queen's Court Rs. 8400/-*
Extra Bed Rs. 2100/-*
Breakfast Rs. 500/-*
Lunch Rs. 750/-*
Dinner Rs. 900/-*

Royal Chambers (INR)
Maharaja Jaisingh Superior Suite Rs. 19,500/-**
Maharaja Jai Singh Suite Rs. 17,500/-**
Royal Chambers Superior Rs. 15000/-**
Royal Chambers Deluxe Rs. 13,500/-**
Extra Bed Rs. 2100

* Taxes over and above
* * Includes Breakfast and Taxes

From Delhi it will take about 3-4 hours from Delhi.

By Train:
Nearest railheads are Alwar and Bharatpur.

EXCURSIONS : Sariska National Park: Nestled among the Arravalis, Sariska is the closest place from Delhi where one can hope to see a tiger in its natural surroundings. Spread over 866 sq kms with a core area of approx 500 sq kms, the reserve was created in the year 1978 in Alwar district of Rajsthan. It is one of the 27 tiger reserves created by Government of India under Project Tiger to protect the decreasing population of Tigers. It's a native place for number of carnivores which includes Leopard, Hyena, Jackal, Wild Dog & Cat. The park is heaven for variety of migratory birds & other endangered species of big and small animals.

Temples: An extraordinary temple town, it prospered for more than 10 centuries, surrounded as it was by dense forests, alive with wild animals said to predate the Khajuraho temple, these are again a series of exquisitely carved temples chiseled by great craftmen who remained anonymous in the best Indian tradition. Hindu, Buddhist and jain cults are represented here, testifying to a great age of tolerance. A colossal statue of the 23rd Jain Tirthankara, Parashvanathan, an image of the elephant headed Ganesha with a woman seated on his knee, and a reclining Vishnu, are truly outstanding. A rare image of Vishnu in his "Varaha"(boar) incarnation is a theme repeated at Bhangarh and Talbraksha clearly indicative of the size of this Gujar-Partihar kingdom which reached its zenith, during 750-950 A.D.

Camel Safari: What's better than seeing Aravali ranges on a Camel Cart? Camel Safari is organized to provide guests a sneak preview of the area, villages, farms and beautiful country sides around The Sariska Palace. Food and drinks are arranged from time to time for a comfortable and enjoyable safari.

Flora: Rich Flora includes the trees of Dhok (Agnogeissus Pendula), which is a dominant tree species & covers 90% area of the forest. In Other tree species, commonly found are Arjun (Terminalia Arjuna), Guggul (Commiphora wightii), Kadaya (Sterculia Sterculiasurens), Amla (Emblica officinalis) & Bahera (Termenelia belerica) with a mild presence of grasses & herbs. Forest type of Sariska is Tropical dry deciduous forests and Scrub - Thorn Arid Forests.

HOTEL THE SARISKA PALACE CONTACTS : Booking Office: The Sariska Palace, 701 Hemkunt Chambers, Nehru Place, New Delhi:110019.
9111 – 32498570, 9111 – 32498571, 9111 – 32498572, 9111 – 32498573, 9111 – 32498574, 9111 - 32498575
Fax : 91 - 11 - 46515659
Mobile : 91 - 9711157549 / 8587800115
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The Sariska Palace Contact Details:
Hotel Address: The Sariska Palace, Sariska, Distt : Alwar, Rajasthan: 301022
Phone : 91 - 0144 - 2841323
Mobile : 91 - 9214451322 / 9649111193 / 9214451327

Source / Review By : Team Triponomics

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