Go back to a time when lunch was called luncheon. Look up to usta art on old Burma teak-paneled roof.
The casual club-like feel of the entrance to the pool is a contrast to the pristine blue where viceroys have taken their post-prandial exercise.
Our bar is decorated with the carefully selected spoils of royal hunts.
In Rajat Mahal, formerly a smoking room, a spectacular painted frieze of monsoon clouds with angels, raginis and deities hovering within, pay tribute to Bikaner’s obsession with precipitation.
Our bigger, banquet-style dining room has huge ceilings and a Messel Green decorative motif.
Your wavering aim is forgiven when you’re surrounded by fourteen of the most magnificently-sized tigers to ever succumb to a hunter’s skill.
Hard courts for tennis lie to the south-west of the gardens. Racquets and balls may be borrowed from the hotel. Sessions with a marker can be arranged. Wild partridges and other birds forage in the vicinity