Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Vivekfrom Jaipur
Very nice hospitality, worth staying..Posted Jun 14, 2014
All was very nice, staff members are very supportive, it is surrounded by beautiful hills and jungles.
by maheshfrom Rotorua, New Zealand
Hotel close to Ranakpur templePosted Feb 25, 2014
Pros: Nothing special
Cons: Honest manager, water with food and in the room. Comfortable real double beds and all the facilities should be provided, for what they charge e.g. TV,
Location: Ranakpur Jain temple, but I would not recommend , as the trust managing the temple is racist , discriminate by colour and rase of people.
Did not like the experience at all, first of all the manager over booked the hotel. So the manager instead of being honest told us that he can upgrade our rooms to suits for Rs. 1000.00 per room, we did not show any interest , so he came down to Rs. 1000.00 for two rooms and than to Rs.500.00. We insisted not to upgrade . As he had no delux rooms left he had to give us one suit room for nothing. Food was not so good, so was breakfast. There was no complimentary water bottle in the rooms. There was even charge for water during dinner and breakfast ( not mineral water). The so called double bed was infect joined two single beds with two single mattresses , which was not comfortable at all. The TV was not working at all, they kept trying to fix it, which was annoying. It was not worth to stay for the charges
for Familiesby Roland Bfrom Belgium
Historical buildingPosted Jan 7, 2014 on Hotels.com
Very charming hotel 4km away from Ranakpur temples. Nice service.
for Couplesby melaniefrom france
visite du rajasthanPosted May 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
excellent sejour à l'hotel fateh bagh!! seul tout petit bemol: le bruit de la clim! sinon, personnel adorable et cadre magique!
by Rajfrom Gujarat
Good but not great!Posted Apr 1, 2013
Pros: Excellent service
Cons: Bathroom design
The hotel is situated between Sadari and Ranakpur, not among the hills but not very far from them. It is on the bank of a river, though being down-stream of a dam, there is little prospect of water in the river. Being a palace, the building is imposing but charming with extensive gardens. Room that we stayed in was neat, with period furniture. It was OK but not one would expect from hotel this pricy. The AC was little noisy, window type. Bathroom was a late addition to the original room with a rather bad design. As an example, the towel rack in was right above the commode! The shower curtain opened behind the commode! The dresser in the room did not have a light! Then there were minor irritants. They do not provide even a single mineral water bottle, or a pair of bathroom slippers. The DTH from Sun TV provided only one or two English or sports channels. Again, not a show stopper, but definitely an irritant. Staff is very cooperative and service is excellent. They took the trouble of packing our breakfast at 6:15 in the morning! Food quality is reasonable. Overall, good but not great and definitely not value for money.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
close to jain templePosted Feb 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
mainly a lunch tour bus stop for jain temple. Interesting heritage property. large room with dim lighting and Teeny tv with non audible reception. one dim bathroom light bulb. just passable food and you are a captive audience. very quiet first night. wedding loud noise second night. polite and trying to please staff. 2 occupied rooms each night
for Familiesby A verified traveler
RanakpurPosted Jan 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
We had excellent stay at this hotel. Staff was very helping. Was very clean & service was excellent. Location was great. Only 4km from Ranakpur temple. I would recomend this hotel to everyone, who would like to visit Ranakpur.
for Everyoneby Annfrom Berkeley, CA, USA
A restful oasis...Posted Dec 30, 2012
Pros: Loved the grounds and the room was relaxing and immaculate.
Cons: the fact that breakfast was not included and was expensive
Location: the area is beautiful and the Jain temple (temples...there are two others in the area) is truly unique, as is the history of the Jains in India.
This is a gorgeous hotel in a beautiful and peaceful area. The room was large and nicely equipped with a lovely shower and all the amenities you would expect of a more expensive hotel. We had a bit of a problem with the light in the bathroom but it was fixed immediately when brought to their attention. Only negative is that the breakfast is not included and it is quite expensive compared to other hotels. We ate dinner at the hotel and it was very good but, again, relatively expensive. Service was a bit too attentive but probably because the restaurant was empty. It also has a nice bar area. The pool is lovely, as are the grounds.
by A verified travelerfrom New York, USA
OverpricedPosted Jan 30, 2012 on Hotels.com
Although it is easy to imagine the magnificence of this hotel 'once upon a time' -- it is far from the status quo however. There is plenty of staff - mostly walking around somewhat aimlessly. The food was the worst we had throughout our entire 10 day stay in India, the staff was not helpful and the room although clean could use a lot of work with the drapes being stained, the blanket grimy and the tea kettle stinky. The accommodations are simply is not worth the cost! We were eager to leave.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Manchester
Absolute delightPosted Nov 28, 2011
On our third consecutive holiday to India and second holiday to Rajasthan, the Fateh Bagh proved to be a highlight. The service was friendly and personal; the rooms were charming and full of character; the location is beautiful, and well placed for both the temples at Ranakpur (a must! our second visit and they surpassed our memory), and the fantastic fort at Kumbalgargh. It is a tranquil and peaceful place where relaxation comes guaranteed. We will definitely be back.