The hotel is beautiful and beautifully kept up, housekeeping perfect. Our marble bathroom was spotless, with plentiful hot water, the twin beds comfortable. We spent a nice hour in the inner courtyard having drinks and writing postcards. Flowers everywhere and good service, and you will get a huge kick out of the Raj-era photographs on the walls, giving a good sense of the "Jewel in the Crown" history of the establishment. Perhaps sensitive souls might be upset by the taxidermied tiger heads, "Shot in Bharatpur 1934." We enjoyed walking around the park-like grounds. Absolutely don't miss the Kolodeo Bird Sanctuary nearby.
We were one of few guests there, which led to a slightly empty feel; we wanted to order off the menu but the only thing available for dinner was the buffet. Our only beef was the internet service; we took an hour's worth of time on the available computers to check emails but were charged for two hours because we were two people; if they had explained this, we would have actually used the two hours, instead of keeping to just one.