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Sariska Palace

Rajasthan Monuments

Built in 1892 A.D. by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh of Alwar, the grand Sariska Palace is located outside the Sariska National Park and is just 130 km away from Jaipur, Rajasthan. Originally built as a hunting lodge, Sariska Palace used to be an ideal gateway to the wilderness of the forest situated nearby and also acted as a retreat for the nobles who came here to spend some quality time amongst the mellifluous ditties of the folk singers and dancers during the evening hours. Admired for its architectural grandeur and natural beauty, Sariska Palace is visited by many tourists around the world throughout the whole year.

With typical high ceilings and spacious rooms and suites, the hotel offers a pleasant and memorable stay. If you are lucky enough, you might also get to have a look at the wildlife below while relaxing on the hotel terrace.

100 Air-con rooms and suites spread over three wings (Queen's, Haveli, Palace Wing)
Multi cuisine restaurant,
Swimming pool,
Conference hall,
Ayurvedic health centre,
Health club, Bar,
doctor on call
all major credit card accepted here.

Birding : A total of 211 species was recorded, of which 120 were resident, 73 were migrant visitors and 18 were

considered to be vagrants.
Wildlife: The Sariska Sanctuary is a Project Tiger Reserve with a rich wealth of fauna which include mainly the leopard, several species of deer, porcupine, etc. It is home to an exotic variety of birds.

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