My third visit to Rohet Garh. Always a tranquil stay away from the busy India.
On previous visits I enjoyed afternoon tea and cakes in the garden. This time, on arrival I asked if afternoon tea will be in the garden? No, unfortunately, this was stopped, but was told we will get service. I requested to show my friends the boutique hotel in the desert and we were taken there. Sitting at the beautiful hotel, enjoying more tranquility, to our surprise, we were served a delicious complimentry late afternoon " high tea". The staff, it is not just a job for them, they enjoy what they do. I agree and appreciaate the tipping system, fair for all. The rooms I stayed in, of the best. A visit and stay over at Rohet Garh is highly recommended.
This is such a beautiful retreat, calm and tranquil by day. At night there is music and magic. Our room overlooks the lake and the gardens are delightful, a beautiful pool area and delicious food. We have been traveling around India at a terrific rate so this little oasis is just what we needed. I should also say the service is outstanding. I highly recommend.
I had been wanting to visit Rohet Garh for some time, and was not disappointed. What a beautiful place! You feel as though you have stepped into some sort of otherworldly paradise, far from the hustle and bustle and chaos that is mostly India. The hotel itself is impeccable. We had a beautiful room overlooking the lake with a comfortable seating area outside. Peacocks strut round the capacious grounds, which are also home to other beautiful birds and butterflies. The service was outstanding and the staff could not do enough to help. Special mention here to the wonderful manager, Vimal, and to Sesa who looked after us so well. The village of Rohet is a delight to visit, with friendly welcoming people. Muslims and Hindus live peacefully side by side and it was like being in a mini perfect world where everyone lives in peace and looks out for their neighbors. Bhagwan, who runs the shop just across from the hotel, took us round the village and introduced us to people, culminating in a visit to his family home which he shares with his brothers (who work in the hotel) and family members. We were made so welcome, it was really very touching. There is a small temple on the island in the lake, which is well worth a visit. The priest there also made us very welcome. We also visited a Bishnoi village, which was another incredible experience. I can't say enough good things about Rohet Garh. I would love to go back one day. A big thank you to all the staff of the hotel, and people of Rohet, for making this a truly memorable experience.
This hotel is the ancestral home of the Singh family . It is amazing and set on the banks of a lake within beautiful grounds with peacocks strutting around. The rooms reflect the hotels traditional style and are adorned with frescoed arches and scrolls. Our room was amazing having a very large lounge area and separate bedroom and bathroom. The swimming pool was lovely, just perfect for a dip. The food was first class with plenty of choice and the service was excellent. In the evening we were able to sit in the courtyard and enjoy a drink whilst we watched traditional dancing and singing. Thoroughly worth a visit.
Hidden at the end of a local village Rohet Garh is a hidden paradise. From the moment we arrived the welcome was warm and the service faultless. The grounds were beautiful with many secluded seating areas to suit every whim. A beautiful terrace overlooking a lake with wonderful birdsong from the trees. Even though I became ill on my first night the staff went out of their way to look after me and heal me. The safari to local villages and to see wildlife was a lovely touch too. Beautiful food and entertainment with a lovely shop that benefits local artisans completes this haven of luxurious tranquility. I would love to return and stay longer next time.