A PALACE RETREAT IN BIKANER

The Laxmi Niwas Palace has been the pride of Bikaner since its construction in 1902 and has attracted celebrities and royalty from around the world to partake in its grand hospitality. The palace has hosted dignitaries including King George V and Queen Mary, the King of Greece, Viceroys, Maharajas and renowned statesmen. With this impressive history in the background, we invite you to share a part of this august legacy by choosing to celebrate your official retreat with us.

Combine your event with a stay at our award-winning city hotel, Narendra Bhawan Bikaner. Designed as a grand residence where the last Maharaja of Bikaner once lived.

Both Narendra Bhawan & Laxmi Niwas Palace come together to offer you numerous combinations and possibilities of space and activity, seating arrangements, accessibility to high-quality visual equipment, creative menu options and of course themes which are certain to make your palace retreat in Bikaner not only unusual but extraordinary.


CONFERENCING FACILITIES

Venue Area U shape Theatre Cluster Classroom Boardroom Social
NARENDRA BHAWAN              
Ballroom 2 2,300 sq. ft. x x x x x 45 - 50
Ballroom 3 2,400 sq. ft. 48 100 60 50 24 100-110
Ballroom 4 2,300 sq. ft. x 100 60 x x 100-110
LAXMI NIWAS PALACE              
Gulab Mahal 1,086 sq. ft. 40 50 - 80 10 x 6 = 60 x x 60
Hari Mahal 1,156 sq. ft. 30 80 - 90 x x x 60
Swarna Mahal 1,018 sq. ft. x x x 32 - 40 x 36
Billiards Room 1,486 sq. ft. x 50 - 80 72 - 80 x x 90
Gold Room 631 sq. ft. x x x x 12 - 14 x
SAMPLE ITINERARY FACTSHEET

ACTIVITIES


WEATHER

During the summer months, the temperature in Bikaner rises very often above 45 degree centigrade. Any normal summer day in Bikaner is very hot but the evenings are most pleasant.

Winter in Bikaner witnesses a drastic change when temperatures come down to 12 degree to 18 degree centigrade. The period from October to February is the most pleasant of the seasons in Bikaner.

ACCESS

The best time to visit Bikaner is between October and March, the winter months in India. Visitors could try and plan to be in Bikaner in January, when the city comes alive in preparation for the colourful Camel Fair.

BY AIR

Travellers who wish to fly in to Bikaner will have to use the nearest airport at Jodhpur (253 km) or Jaipur (334 km). Taxis, tourist buses and state roadways buses available outside the airport provide transportation. You could rent a car or jeep through a reliable travel agent or tour operator.

BY TRAIN

Bikaner is well connected to Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh), Bhatinda (Punjab), Kalka (Himachal Pradesh) and Calcutta (West Bengal) by regular train services in both fast and mail train categories after the Western Railway’s conversion to broad gauge rail.

BY ROAD

Bikaner is linked by good, all weather roads that are part of the state and national highways linking the major cities of north India like Delhi (458km), Jaipur (334 km), Jodhpur (249km) and Jaisalmer (312 km). State Roadways and private bus owners operate air-conditioned and ordinary bus services from Bikaner to all parts of Rajasthan.