Hotels in India India Hotel ReservationIndia Hotels GuideIndia HotelsHotels in India

Hotels in India » Bikaner Hotels

Bikaner Hotels

Gajner Palace Hotel (Heritage)
Gajner Palace is a Grand Heritage Palace of the HRH Group of Hotels. Spread over 6000 acres, the palace is a 30-minute drive from Bikaner. Gajner Palace was built on the banks of Gajner Lake by Sir Ganga Singhji, one of the greatest Maharajas of Bikaner, in the early decades of the twentieth century. The red sandstone palace is distinguished for its architectural grandeur and luxuriously appointed suites and rooms. The greenery at Gajner Palace, lawns and the chirping of birds and peacocks make it a truly memorable destination for leisure and corporate traveller.

Hotel Basant Vihar Palace (Heritage)
Hotel Basant Vihar Palace is hidden away in a secluded area, surrounded by well laid out gardens, fragrant flowerbeds and soothing lily ponds. It is a garden of eternal spring.

Karni Bhawan Palace Hotel (Heritage)
Hotel Karni Bhawan Palace is situated in the heart of the residential area and is near to the major tourist attractions of the city like the Junagarh fort, Lalgarh Palace, the camel breeding farm, the temples and the market. The palace is surrounded by large sprawling grounds and lots of shady trees which attract different species of birds. The famous Karni temple is just half an hour away from the palace.

The Laxmi Niwas Palace (Heritage)
The Laxmi Niwas Palace is a magnificent red sandstone edifice designed by Sir Swinton Jacob in the Anglo-Scenic style. This stately great & grand building is built around a central courtyard and is intricately carved from the skirting upto the highest dome. The stone 'jali' work (lattice) is awesome and stunning.

WelcomHeritage Lallgarh Palace (Heritage)
The Lallgarh Palace, Bikaner is one of the best at providing splendid services to all guests. It is situated on the outskirts of the Bikaner city and spread over a vast area of land. The imposing red sand stone Palace was built by Maharaja Ganga Singhji to commemorate the memory of his Rev. father, Maharaja Sri Lall Singhji. This Palace was designed by Sir Swanton Jacob of international fame. The intricate dexterous carving on the red sand stone is a hallmark of great craftsmanship. The lush green sprawling lawns with dancing peacocks and beautiful bougainvilleas adorn the palace.