Rajasthan Travel Guide

Shikarbadi Palace Udaipur

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Shikarbadi Palace is presently a Royal Retreat of the HRH Group of Hotels, Shikarbadi was formerly a hunting lodge of the Royal Family of Mewar. This place is located beautifully at the foothills of the Aravalli Mountains that provide an attractive backdrop to the setting, this sanctuary resort has wonderfully preserved the rocky atmosphere of a sanctuary. As Shikarbadi was the exclusive preserve of the Royal Family of Mewar you can find spotted deer, Neelgai, wild boar, peacocks, and migratory birds make their way to the waterside. The Shikarbai Palace Hotel is an exclusive place to stay as all suites and rooms face the deer park, and have huge views of the close sanctuary and hills. The comfy interiors and beautiful old miniatures of royal hunts transport you to another era.

Accommodation at Shikarbadi Palace Udaipur

The palace offers luxurious royal styled rooms and suites which are fully furnished with modern amenities with a blend of historic vibe.

  • Deluxe Suites
  • Deluxe Family Suites
  • Deluxe Rooms

Dining Facilities

Baithak Restaurant : Under the open skies guests love to indulge in the favourite past time of animal and bird watching.

Watch the animals being fed as the chefs at Baithak lay out a sumptuous breakfast for you. Overlooks the wildlife sanctuary; breakfast here makes for a perfect start to the day.

Timings: 7.00 am to 10.30 am

Cheetal Restaurant: Cheetal, named after the rare species of Indian deer, serves delightful ethnic and continental cuisine to suit your mood and taste.

Cheetal restaurant lives up to its name: Giving you the opportunity of feasting at leisure while watching animals and birds hopping across the green landscape.

Timings: 10.30 am to 10.30 pm

Wilderness Bar: Wilderness Bar is cozy and inviting, lined with mementos, old maps, and photographs from the collection of the Royal Family of Mewar.

Its quiet and peace make you feel the ebb and flow of time, past and present.

Timings: 11.00 am to 10.30 pm.



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