1. Gajner Palace Hotel
Thirty minutes away from Bikaner, this lake side palace was built by the late Maharaja Ganga Singhji and was later turned into a heritage hotel. Built near the lake, the hotel is spread over a massive 6000 acres which is perfect if you want to throw a big wedding with a limited budget.
2. Hotel Gaj Kesari
Hotel Gaj Kesari is reachable from the Bikaner Railway Junction. It offers Wi-Fi internet connectivity to its guests. Featuring a poolside cafe that serves chaats and snacks, this hotel in Bikaner is at 14 km away from the Junagarh Fort. This hotel has 17 Standard Rooms and 24 Superior Rooms with attached bathrooms.
Spread across 1 floor, each room has an air-conditioner, cable TV, tea/coffee maker, direct-dial telephone, and mini-bar. This accommodation in Bikaner has a business center, coffee shop, gym, swimming pool, foreign exchange, activities, exquisite venues for weddings, parties, and conferences.
3. Raj Vilas Palace
Hotel Raj Vilas Palace in the only fully Air -Conditioned Hotel in the city with well equipped 55 rooms (40 twin bedded, 16 large bedded and 1 honeymoon suite), each room having round the clock running hot and cold water supply, bath tubs in 49 bath rooms, well stocked Mini bar in all rooms, Telephone, TV with cable connection and ample space for sitting. To meet out the requirements of in-bound guests, a fully equipped Air-Conditioned Bar for 150 persons.
4. Vesta Bikaner Palace
The Vesta Bikaner Palace is an independent design hotel in the city of Bikaner. The hotel is the first design hotel in the state of Rajasthan built as a contemporary masterpiece within a palatial exterior. The architecture of the hotel is built in true heritage Rajasthani fashion with large courtyards, numerous pillars and a genuine haveli feel across the property. The interiors are modern and contemporary with vibrant touches of traditional extravagance built in every corner of the hotel.
5. Basant Vihar Palace
Hotel Basant Vihar Palace is located in Bīkāner. It is 4 km from Junagarh Fort. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
Air-conditioned rooms here will provide you with a flat-screen satellite TV and a minibar. There is also an electric kettle. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Some rooms have a garden view.
At Hotel Basant Vihar Palace you will find a 24-hour front desk, a garden and a terrace. Other facilities offered include meeting facilities, a tour desk and luggage storage. The property offers free parking.
6. Maharaja Ganga Mahal
India, the land of opulence, kingdom of Maharajas, a glamorous landscape of amazing variety, if you're planning to visit India for a magnificent holiday, then there's no better place to stay than Maharaja Ganga Mahal – A Heritage Hotel. Previously the palace of the Maharajas of yesteryears, this grand residence has opened its doors to discerning travellers.
Feel like a Maharaja for the duration of your vacation, at Maharaja Ganga Mahal – A Heritage Hotel in Bikaner. Dine in a splendid Durbar Hall, see folk dancers perform the traditional dance of Rajasthan and stay in rooms furnished in opulent luxury, with turbaned bearers in attendance, at MGM. Experience the royal lifestyle of the Maharajas of India, when you enjoy the luxurious ambience of our Heritage Hotel in Bikaner.
7. Heritage Resort Bikaner
The Heritage Resort, Bikaner stands on eleven acres in the outskirts of Bikaner surrounded by lush green. The resort with its well designed and well appointed 50 cottage rooms is open to guests. They can enjoy the traditional Rajasthani hospitality of these parts and take in the splendor of the desert sands.
The desert adventures through our Ganga Risala Camp or the other heritage sites or the museum are must sees and dos when here. If you so wish you can camp at the hotel site and treat yourself to those rejuvenating Ayurvedic massages or have that scheduled conference or even try your hand at some games.
8. Lallgarh Palace
Over a century ago Maharaja Ganga Singhji of Bikaner, commissioned a Palace that has withstood time and desert sun for over a century. Located in Bikaner (Rajasthan), deep in the heart of the Thar Desert, the Lallgarh Palace has all the charm and splendor of a royal age that has long since gone.
The Palace has a surprisingly harmonious blend of east and west and is considered among the most remarkable royal residences built during the 19th century. Its Architect, Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, valued the contribution of local Indian craftsmen. The result is a grand structure with classical Mughal and Rajput touches adorning the exterior, and British-inspired interiors, complete with billiard, smoking, and card rooms. It is said to be Jacob’s finest creation.
9. Laxmi Niwas Palace
When you build a palace like none other, not just anyone is invited to stay. Since 1904, only a few have been deemed worthy of a higher order of hospitality – princelings, Europe’s pre-eminent bluebloods, King George V and Queen Mary, a handful of statesmen; a few of the notable architects of history. The world at large had been shut out of the Laxmi Niwas Palace. You may now actually go a step further. Gaze at hand-painted friezes and gold-laden walls. Examine up close the inspiration behind Lutyens’ and Baker’s architectural style. And perhaps reflect on the fact that exclusion does sometimes make a place what it is.