We stayed here because it's very close (200m) to Keoladeo N.P. and because of its high reviews. It was a bit of a splurge, definitely not targeted at budget travelers, and worth every cent. The rooms were super-clean, large, comfortable, and QUIET, all by Western standards of those terms. The restaurant serves both Indian and Western food for breakfast and dinner (we didn't try lunch). Booking process was a breeze. A nightly campfire in the courtyard was a great setting for having drinks and meeting not only other travelers, but the owner himself, Tirath, who gave us wonderful service both during the booking process and during our stay. For our 2 day trips to the park, they loaned us birding field guides and packed box lunches. For our onward journey (we had made a last-minute change of plans) they helped us negotiate logistics of getting on to Agra. The national park itself is one of the best birding destinations we've ever been to, and this lovely hotel is (as you'll see) clearly head and shoulders above all the others in the area.