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Hotel Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner

 
 


Accommodation : Hotel Laxmi Niwas Palace has 42 Rooms.

Amenities : Beauty Parlor, Courier, Credit Cards Accepted, Doctor on Call, Fax on Application, H/C Running Water, Currency Exchange, Newspaper, Room Service, TV, Telephone, Safe Deposit Box, Internet Connection, Laundry, Travel Desk, Wake up alarm service, Barber Shop, Conference Facilities, Banquet, Health Club, Parking, Bar, Restaurant, Shopping Arcade, Car Rental, Personal man-servant, Hair Dryer, News Stand, Reception, Business Centre, Postal Services, Tennis, Billiards Room, State-of-Art Health Spa, Refrigerator in all rooms, Tea/Coffee Maker, Coffee Shop, Railway Station Transfer, Folk Dance, Puppet Show, Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, Cultural Dance, Meditation & Yoga, Games Room, Nature walk, Jogging track, Badminton, Standby Generator, Medical Facilities, Mini Bar

Other Facilitie : attached Bath. Air conditioning. Cable TV. Direct Dial Phone. Conference Facility. Meeting Rooms. Outdoor Pool. Room Service. Money Exchange. Laundry. Doctor On Call

Location : The Laxmi Niwas Palace is 240 kms away from Jodhpur airport, and 5 kms from the Bikaner railway Station.

Address :Dr. Karni Singhji Road, Bikaner (INDIA) 334001
Phone : +91-151-2202777, 2521188 Fax : +91-151-2521487
Website :www.laxminiwaspalace.com

Laxmi Niwas Palace Laxmi Niwas Palace was the personal residence of Maharaja Ganga Singhji of Bikaner. The residential rooms were designed keeping in mind the fact that they would be used by the royal family itself or by the personal guests of the Maharaja as only guests of equal status to the Maharaja would be invited to spend the night in the Palace. Most of the rooms are decorated lavishly using gold wall paintings and have painted or carved wood ceilings. These rooms have now been refurnished keeping in mind their original decor.

 
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