Vivanta Vivanta Sawai Madhopur Lodge

Vivanta Sawai Madhopur Lodge

VIVANTA . AS IT WAS. WITH A FRESH NEW VIBE. There's a new roar in Sawai Madhopur. Less than 3 kilometres from the Ranthambore railway station. Vivanta Sawai Madhopur Lodge, the only heritage hotel, is one of the best resorts in Ranthambore. The original lodge was built over 80 years ago and not much has changed.  What is now one of the top luxury hotels in Ranthambore, was once a hunting stop for the Maharaja of Jaipur. Tents were pitched on the vast grounds and the royal family camped here often. The original art deco styled lodge still houses the original dining hall, bar and lounge. The veranda added later also remains with all its grand style. The tents however, have made way for luxurious rooms and suites. And, while the spirit of the lodge remains, it is a new spirited style that makes its presence felt. Feel the vibe of Vivanta. A fresh new vibe that complements tradition.   
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Amenities
Hotel Policies
  • Check-in from 2:00 PM
  • Check-out till 12:00 PM
  • Early check-in and late check-out on request
  • We accept American Express, Diner's Club, Master Card, Visa, JCB International
  • Pets are not allowed.
Hotel Essentials
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    Dinning hall
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    Tiger Bar
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    Barbeque (operational from October to March)
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    Outdoor Swimming pool
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    Room equipped for physically challenged
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    Health Club
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    Travel desk services
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    Jungle Safari Bookings
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    Spa

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4.6/5
Excellent
1265
Service 4.8
Vibe 4.8
Wellness 4.8
Amenities 4.7
Location 4.5
Room 4.4
Food 4.1
Breakfast 3.3
Whites
5 days ago
Amazing
Great place to stay while in ranthambhore. Staff service cleanliness food all get a five star rating!!
Veena A.
6 days ago
Great first time visit to Ranthambore for tiger viewing
The staff at Taj Vivanta at Ranthambore gave us every courtesy possible and more importantly did it with enthusiasm about the tiger reserve. They asked us about our tiger viewing after every safari and shared our happiness at what we saw with tiger stories of their own. We were upgraded to a lovely room and no request was not accommodated. Many of the staff were local and had been at the property for years and their smiling faces made the experience a happy one for us The lawns are manicured and the rooms spotless. We were happy to eat local Rajasthani cuisine at dinner as we hoped as part of the menu options., We were entertained by local musicians that added to the atmosphere My comments regarding the areas for improvement would be that the hotel is looking slightly “tired” and could benefit from a face lift without losing its character. A sprucing up of uniforms and decor in the common areas with a more airy and natural light filled dining venue would be an asset We are now equally invested in the tiger stories we heard form the staff and the safari guides.
Prasenjit B.
8 days ago
Great Stay !
we had a wonderful stay at the hotel , laid back lot of winter sunshine and to top it up we did sight a tigress from close quarters . The rooms are cozy and spacious , food is decent wont give it all stars , would have preferred a more elaborate spread in the Menu which would have a fewer more options .
10 days ago
Nice Hotel with charm
Megha P.
12 days ago
Very well taken care of!
People here are amazing, we were taken care of very well. Robin, Nityanand, Pravin and others and Sanjeev Suman (he's an amazing chef) - thank you. We asked for kachoris one night, and got them the next day in breakfast! The singers were amazing, we wished they could keep singing, and we could keep humming along with them. A few things i have noticed, which can help improve the experience - most of the visitors go for safaris from Sawai Madhopur. I have gone to many safaris, and even 2-3 star hotels will give a small pack to eat during the safaris (like some chips, sandwiches, parathas, maaza / frooti tetra packs).. this makes the safari experience really good and feel cared for. Most will not charge for the milk given to the child, at least till they're 5 year olds. The equipment around however is not up to the mark - the badminton rackets were all worn out and broken.