|Location||Rampura Street, Bikaner-334 005, India(1 km from Railway Station and 2 km from BusStation)|
|Group||Welcome Heritage Group of Hotels|
To experience true royal style living, Bhanwar Niwas Palace in Bikaner is an ideal place. 24 elegant rooms are there in this heritage hotel. All the rooms are an epitome of Indian grandeur and modern facilities. Some of the most desirable facilities that one can seek in the rooms are private bathroom, television, telephone, music, mini bar and so on.
Hotel Bhanwar Niwas Palace offers exclusive dining options. It has an onsite vegetarian restaurant that serves delicious Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisines. It also houses a 24 hr coffee shop where exotic beverages and crunchy snacks are offered. Also, it has a well stocked bar where refreshing drinks are served.
To facilitate business travelers, the Bhanwar Niwas Hotel features aptly configured conference hall. In this hall any kind of meeting or seminar can be hosted. Besides, it also offers an extensive range of business facilities that truly smooth down the process of business event. It makes arrangements for projectors and theatre as well. In fact to assist bit more it provides Secretariat Services, and Fax/Computer/Internet facility.
Bhanwar Niwas Palace, Bikaner treats business and pleasure guests with end number of recreation facilities that help them unwind and rejuvenate. Some of these facilities are Folk Music and dance, Cultural programs on demand, Theme Parties, Tennis, Billiard, Camel safaris and City Tour.
Other Facilities :
Bikaner Bhanwar Niwas Palace offers a wide variety of additional facilities that provide pleasurable experience over holidays in Bikaner. Some of these facilities include laundry and valet attendance, 24 hour room services, money exchange, doctor on call, safe deposit facility, postal & courier services, tourist information desk and sight seeing arrangement and parking facility.
City Info :
Surrounded with walls, Bikaner is famous as fort city. It is situated on the North Western border of Rajasthan and draws a large number of tourists every year. It entices and captivates them with architectural splendor as evident in palaces and forts.