Address : Ranthambhore Road, Sawai Madhopur - 322001
The Taj Sawai Madhopur Lodge is located in 12 acres of spacious
gardens. It was built in 1930 by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II of
Jaipur as a lodge for his hunts in Ranthambore which at that
time was the hunting preserve of the Royal family of Jaipur.
This 75 year old hunting lodge has a lot of history. It is one
km from the station and a 20 minute drive from Ranthambore
It has Standard Rooms, Superior Rooms and Suites. The Suites are
part of the original accommodation used by the Maharaja of
Jaipur and his personal guests.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip stayed in these suites during
their visit. From October to March spacious tents are pitched.
Every tent has a canopied bedroom with a permanent structured
dressing room and bathroom.
Facilities and Services at Sawai Madhopur Lodge
Business Services include Business canter offering fax, email,
Internet and photocopying.
Leisure and Other Services include:
- Airport transfer (At extra cost)
- Astrologer (On call)
- Beauty Parlor Services on Reqest
- Car rentals
- Currency exchange
- Doctor (On call)
- Jungle Safari Tours (At extra cost)
- Laundry Services
- Luggage storage
- Postal / Parcel services
- Room service (Ltd Hrs)
Dining at Taj Sawai Madhopur Lodge:
Dining is both Indian and Continental, and is either in the
Dining Hall, or in the Neem Terrace which is an open-air
Recreation at Sawai Madhopur Lodge Hotel :
For recreation there is wildlife slide show, nature talk,
badminton, croquet, tennis, pool table, jogging, bicycles, and
body massage. Visits can also be organized to Devpura for seeing
Black Bucks, and to Mansarover and Soorwal for bird watching.
How to get There
By Air: The nearest airport is at Jaipur, which is 180 km away.
By Rail: Sawai Madhopur is easily accessible by rail from Jaipur
and other metropolitan cities like Delhi and Mumbai.
Complimentary private transfers can be arranged from the Sawai
Madhopur railway station to the resort. The drive takes about 15
By Road: The resort can be accessed by road from Jaipur, Delhi