One of the most impressive palaces constructed during the last half of the nineteenth century, the Lallgarh Place defies the bleak and rugged reality of the harsh Thar Desert around Bikaner.
The renowned architect, Sir Swinton Jacob, was commissioned for the proposed residence of the young ruler, Maharaja Ganga Singh. Initially, the palace was proposed to be finished within a lakh of rupees and further reductions in cost were suggested to be made by substituting stucco for carved stone.
The Lallgarh palace is an imposing red- sand stone palace and was built by Maharaja Ganga Singhji in the memory of his father, Maharaj Lall Singhj in 1902 A.D. This oriental fantasy designed by Col. Sir Swinton Jacob, is entirely a hybrid architecture and mixture of different elements of Rajput, Muslim and European styles and can be categorized as Indo- Saracenic style. The Rajput exterior of Lallgarh Palace contrasts dramatically with the occidental décor within. The intricately dexterous carving on red stone is hall mark of great local craftsman.
The 56 rooms (Lalgarh Suite, Suite Room, Deluxe Room Single/Double) of the hotel have retained much of its heritage value. Exquisite period furniture, chandeliers, and latticework have been incorporated with modern fittings and equipment but at no time do they look jarring or out of place. Rajasthani paintings and hunting trophies are there in some of the rooms to lend that erstwhile charm to the rooms. Every room at Lalgarh Bikaner is equipped with all the modern comforts such as air-conditioner, dressing table with mirror and chair, stylish lamps, television, wardrobe, sitting area and more.
Deluxe Room Double
Deluxe Room Single
07 - 15 Days before check in or else cancellation charges applicable.
For Refund thru Credit Card 5% Bank charges Applicable + Cancellation charge applicable as per hotel policy.
GST AS APPLICABLE.
Extra Supplement Charges as applicable during Festival & Peak Seasons:
Diwali, Peak Season Peak season: 20 December - 10 January, Christmas eve dinner: 24 December, New year eve dinner: 31 December