Narendra Bhawan, Bikaner

Narendra Bhawan

Hotel Rating

The best of the best, the ultimate in luxury
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Excellent standards offering a higher-end experience
Good quality service and overall comfort
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Our rating: Luxury | Property style: Boutique Hotel

A lavish luxury boutique hotel, Narender Bhawan is the latest addition to Bikaner.This was the former residence of the Maharaja of Bikaner, Narendra Singhji. With art deco design elements, the 82 opulent rooms and suites are designed with traditional Rajput furnishings and avant-garde themes. The rooms are set on four floors, the last two looking into the Diwali Chowk, the central open-to-sky courtyard which has been built over the two floors of the original Haveli. A charming outer verandah in the front doubles up as an open lounge with seating on either ends of an elaborate chinoiserie. The verandah leads out to small alcoves with high tables, fashioned into what was originally a ‘gaushala’. The cuisine at Narendra Bhawan includes western, Indian and local Bikaneri menus, and the choice to eat at multiple venues. ‘Clinic’ is the spa which offers holistic wellness therapies. There is also a well-equipped modern gym and a charming rooftop pool with Portuguese tiles and shaded sun loungers. Little details surround you on arrival, including music to suit the time of the day. Art Deco and plush furnishings being an underlying theme to coincide with the era and tastes of HH Narendra Singhji.

Narendra Bhawan

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