hotel is named after the love story of Narvar
prince Dhola and Poogal princess Maru, married
in their childhood. The love tale of Dhola Maru
is deeply rooted in folklore and oral traditions.
Situated in the heart of city, ideal for holiday
tours and to organize functions/marriages. The
building is modern with spacious air condition/non
ac rooms, restaurant serving variety of cuisine
and well stocked bar offering drinks including
scotch, wine and beer.Hotel
provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan with
safety and security.
Airport: Direct flights from Delhi or Mumbai
to Jodhpur which is the nearest airport around
200 km from Bikaner.
Bus Stand: 1299 km from Mumbai, 754 km
from Ahmedabad, 321 km from Jaipur, and 470 km
from New Delhi.
Railway Station: Convenient overnight trains
from New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad & Jaipur.
Air Conditioned Rooms with attached Toilets with
running Hot & Cold Water Telephone & Colour
Television facility available in each room
Restaurant of hotel offers Rajasthani, Indian
and Continental cuisine.
Serving Indian, Rajasthani liquor & wine.
Seeing & Package Tours
Fax & STD
Valid up to 31st March 2014 (on CP Plan)
Season Tariff - Apr. to Sept.
Tariff - Oct. to Mar.
: Applicable Taxes extra as per Govt. order
at the time of Check out
CP = Room Rent + Breakfast
Near Puran Singh Circle, Bikaner
Contact Person: Sajjan Singh
Mobile: +91 9214404454
Lying in the north of the desert State, the city
is dotted with scores of sand dunes. Bikaner retains
the medieval grandeur that permeates the city's
lifestyle. More readily called the camel country;
the city is distinguished for the best riding
camels in the world and hence boasts of having
one of the largest Camel Research and Breeding
farms in the world. The ship of the desert is
an inseparable part of life here. A camel besides
being a mode of transport, also works on wells.
These are built on high plinths with slender minarets
on each of the four corners and can be noticed
even from a distance.
The history of Bikaner dates back to 1486 when
a Rathore prince, Rao Bikaji founded his kingdom.
Bikaji was one the five sons of Rao Jodhaji the
illustrious founder of Jodhpur. But Rao Bikaji
was the most adventurous of them. It is said that
an insensitive remark from his father about his
whispering in the Durbar provoked Bikaji to set
up his own kingdom towards the north of Jodhpur.
The barren wilderness called Jangladesh became
his focul point and he transformed it into an
impressive city. He accomplished this task with
100 cavalry horses and 500 soldiers, and established
his kingdom on 84 villages abandoned by the 'Shankhlas'.
When Bikaji died in 1504 his rule had extended
to over 3000 villages.
The strategic location of Bikaner on the ancient
caravan routes that came from West/Central Asia
made it a prime trade centre in those times. Bikaner
stands on a slightly raised ground and is circumscribed
by a seven km long embattledwall with five gates.
The magnificent forts and palaces, created with
delicacy in reddish-pink sandstone, bear testimony
to its rich historical and architectural legacy.
Surging lanes, colourful bazaars with bright and
cheerful folks make Bikaner an interesting experience.
Modern Bikaner is the result of the foresight
of its most eminent ruler Maharaja Ganga Singh
(1887-1943) whose reformative zeal set the pace
for Bikaner transformation from a principality
to a premier princely state.
The city was established by Rathore prince, Rao
Bikaji in 1486 AD promises a wonderful experience
of adventure with horse and camel rides. The journey
on the back of these animals is truly very adventurous
through the expansive sand dunes or the un-trodden
roads. Bikaner city is an absolute charm to visit
for its splendor of beauty and the artifacts that
dominates the city.
Places to visit in Bikaner: Junagarh Fort,
Lalgarh Palace, The Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum,
Sadul Museum, Prachina Museum and Rajasthan State
Archives as museums; Jain Haveli and Bhandeswari
as temples and fort, Camel Breeding Farm (the
only in Asia)
Around Bikaner: Deshnok- Karni Mata Temple
(also known as rat temple), Kolayat and Gajner