We stayed 2 nights here in the Princes room (or honeymoon suite). This stunning room was quite impressively adorned with colorful mosaic glass panels, mirrored ceilings and stained glass windows everywhere!!!! When the sunlight came through it illuminated the room beautifully and I kept saying that I felt like I was living in a jewelry box! The gorgeous 350 year-old hotel was probably the best restored of any of the former palaces at which we stayed. The paint was crisp and every detail sparkled. The property is huge and you can quite literally get lost finding your way to the main restaurant or breakfast dining hall with all its different stair wells and courtyards. The grounds are lovely and the views from the top are very nice of the village of Deogarh below. The amenities were good in the room. Coffee/tea and kettle, fridge, 2 large bottles of water per day. There was a safe, however it was made of wood and not even bolted down, which actually gave us quite a laugh. The shower had plenty of hot water and the bathroom had 2 separate sinks. The hotel offers free wifi but it is only really usable near the reception area (if your room is nearby you may get intermittent coverage). We were able to pickup the wifi by the windows in the room. The room has a/c but was not needed as it was very cool at night. The included breakfast was small but decent with an egg to order station, a couple of Indian dishes and western style continental choices. The dinner was not included and ordered by menu with many Indian veg and non-veg choices, along with pizza and pasta. Entrees typically around 350-400 rupees, glass of wine 400 rupees. The staff is friendly and helpful but almost too much as they bring you things you didnt want or order and are quick to pick up your plate. This is your only choice in Deogarh itself (there are some choices 3-5 miles away) and it is quite an impressive place. It makes for a great stop between Udaipur and Jodhpur. A one night stay is sufficient as the tiny village can be walked in less than a couple of hours. But if you want to give yourself time to partake in excursions offered by the hotel or just have plenty of time to sit and relax then 2 nights might better suit you. This was one of our favorite hotels of all 10 on our trip (along with Fort Barli). I would highly recommend this hotel but would stay one only night.