Amritara Chandra Mahal Haveli

Peharsar Jaipur Agra Road Nadbai, Bharatpur, India
+91 112 506 6241

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8.9

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based on 144 reviews
Amritara Chandra Mahal Haveli - Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India
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Distance to city centre

20.8 km

Location rating

8.3

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  • Good
    Jan 2020
    7.0

    Interesting place (old Bhutto family residence). Near Bharatpur bird sanctuary which is a big draw card.

    Village wasn’t that enticing. It was a cold, foggy time but the place needs a bit of an uplift. Service is great but lacks engagement (English is not great). Good is average. Location would be ok if it was top place but we left after 2 nights and went to Agra. Couple of nights max, having a driver would be good (cost us same to drive to Agra as it did from Jaipur to Delhi). Maybe better in the summer months.

  • Excellent
    Aug 2019
    9.6

    The property is off the beaten track, but truly beautiful. We were lucky to have a suite with a jacuzzi, which was incredibly spacious, comfortable and offered privacy The staff was very courteous and all requests were immediately taken care of.

  • Excellent
    Aug 2019
    10.0

    Really beautiful Haveli, very peaceful and really nice, clean spacious room.

    Monkeys do roam around the 2nd floor

  • Excellent
    Apr 2019
    10.0

    Wonderful surprise as it is hard to suspect this beautiful hotel from the outside. Very peaceful and quiet, dinner was good and personnel was eager to help us in every way possible.

  • Good
    Apr 2019
    6.7

    The building and grounds were really beautiful and well taken care of. The pool was so refreshing during the heat of the day, and the food in the restaurant was good. There are lots of parrots and peacocks that visit the property and there were very few guests, so we felt like we had the place to ourselves. I would definitely recommend it for one night if you're traveling between Jaipur and Agra.

    This place is so close to being great, but so awkward in many ways. The first day there were two tour groups that came to the property for lunch, but it totally ruined the atmosphere of the place. The restaurant in general was lacking in atmosphere, high ceilings, bright lights, stone walls, and no music. I also felt the restaurant was really expensive, and they know you don't have any other options. After taxes (40%) three cans of soda cost 462 rupees, the most expensive we saw anywhere in India. They were also charging 110 plus tax for bottles of water that cost 20 rupees in a shop and 40 or maybe 60 at most in any other hotel. It's still cheaper than what we pay back home, but it dampened the experience to know they were squeezing pennies out of you. We also spend most of the day by the pool and asked numerous times to turn on the jets/filter as there were lots of bugs and dust on the surface (lots of bees which we got stung by) but after 20 minutes of running the filtration system they turned it back off again. If you have a guest sitting by the pool and using it, just leave the pool on, how much can it cost? The staff were also just clueless. We had to ask for towels and drinks etc. We were the only people there and saw at least a dozen staff. Someone should give towels to people who sit by the pool, and come out periodically to offer drinks. I don't expect it everywhere I go but in a 'resort' I think I can expect better service. The property is also set in the middle of a village, so you hear kids shouting and tractors driving right past as you're trying to have a quiet day by the pool. We walked around the village one evening and were aggressively approached by swarms of young kids asking us for candy, and were grabbing our arms and hitting us as we walked. In general it just wasn't a very welcoming place.

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Overview

With a stay at Amritara Chandra Mahal Haveli in Nadbai, you'll be 15.6 mi (25.1 km) from Salim Ali Museum and 15.8 mi (25.4 km) from Keoladeo National Park. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.

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Free parking
Free airport shuttle
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Spa

8.9 Excellent

based on 144 reviews

10.0

Comfort

9.3

Vibe

8.2

Service

7.1

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  • Friendly service
  • Wonderful sightseeing

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12:00

Check out

10:00

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Amenities

Free Wi-Fi
Car hire
Internet
Laundry facilities
Room service
Outdoor pool
Restaurant
Hairdryer
Cable or satellite TV
Air-conditioned
24-hour front desk
Safe
Free parking
Storage available
Terrace/Patio
Adults only
Concierge service
Laundry service
Child pool
No smoking
Bar/Lounge
Coffee shop
Pets not allowed
Currency exchange on-site
Sauna
Airport shuttle

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Location

Most popular landmarks

  • Keoladeo National Park 22.5 km

Getting around

Āgra Kheria 66.6 km
Gwalior 134.6 km
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