Set amidst Thar Desert, Gajner Palace was built by Maharaja Sir Ganga Singh of Bikaner on the edge of a lake and was later converted to a heritage hotel in 1976. A sprawling majestic palace, Gajner Palace is especially loved for it's distinctive terraces and balconies that are an ode to the olden, unhurried way of life. A place to explore long nature walks and enjoy soothing boat rides, to enjoy sanctuary dinners and fascinating desert safaris, Gajner Palace is a beauty worth experiencing. Stretching across 6000 acres of land, this erstwhile hunting resort has been the host of several dignitaries. Divided into four wings, the hotel has 13 historic suites, each of which has been meticulously restored to it's grandeur. Each aspect, right from the furniture to the wallpaper, the four-poster beds and picturesque windows that exude the aura of a bygone age, has been detailed to perfection. There's also 32 deluxe rooms that again transport you back to the golden era. Needless to say, all rooms have been thoughtfully fitted with modern most conveniences to ensure an absolutely delightful stay for the guests.
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New Year:Mandatory Gala Dinner: 5500 per person
Inclusive of all taxes