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We stayed here for 3 nights
In Rajwada Tents. Tents are on wooden planks so one gets a machaan feeling. The tents are clean, big with big Bathrooms. The only glitch being NO Heaters in room. They do provide with big blankets but tents do...More
We stayed for 3 days in sultan bagh rantambor resort in the luxury tent. The tent was simply amazing spacious rooms with cozy bed and a neat spacious washroom. Great fast room services. The property has great facilities like swimming pool tennis court big lawns...More
Visited sultan bagh resort for 1 night in January.
The staff is very helpful and the food is great very good service manoj sharma the resort is ideally located between sawai madhopur railway station and the rant harbored sanctuary. Room are decent with good amenities....More
We stayed for 2 days in sulta bagh resort in that luxury tent. The rant simply amazing spacious rooms with cosy bad and a neat spacious washroom. Great fast room service.
Tha property has great facilities like swimming pool; tennis court big lawns natural trekking...More
We r staying last week in sultan bagh
Ranthambore me and family we wanted
Experience living in a tent and we decided to stay at 1589 sultan bagh well maintained property and thanks to manoj sharma good service provider hotel is good and well maintained....More
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US$55 - US$151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from artie_choke | Reviewed this property |
I would get some from the bank before you leave (enough for the first day or so) and then take money out on your bank card from a local bank. But, I would check with your bank to make sure that your bank card will work in... More
I would get some from the bank before you leave (enough for the first day or so) and then take money out on your bank card from a local bank. But, I would check with your bank to make sure that your bank card will work in India. Another option for most hotels and some restaurants is to pay by credit card. However not everyone will take credit cards, so you'll have to check with your hotels and you'll need cash for restaurants, taxis and rikshaws.
Response from Nishtha K | Reviewed this property |
It depends on the zone that you have been allotted. Zones 1-5 take about 10-15 minutes; Zones 6-7 take about 20-25 minutes; and Zones 8-9 take about 30-40 minutes. The entry fee to the Jungle is included in the Cantor... More
It depends on the zone that you have been allotted. Zones 1-5 take about 10-15 minutes; Zones 6-7 take about 20-25 minutes; and Zones 8-9 take about 30-40 minutes. The entry fee to the Jungle is included in the Cantor / Gypsy price as you can only go there through government approved Cantor or Gypsy. Ours was an office negotiated trip and they negotiated the price with the resort management at Rs. 1000 for the Cantor per head and Rs. 1500 for the Gypsy per head. The Resort only booked the Cantor and the Gypsy for us.