The Dev Villas resorts are one of the prime holiday retreats in the Ranthambore. The nearest airport to the resort is at Jaipur (141 km) and SawaiMadhopur Junction (8.9 km) is the nearest railway station. Tourists can take cabs from the airport and railway station to reach the venue. The distance between airport and the resort can be covered in 3 hours, while tourists can explore the beautiful terrains of Rajasthan.
The Dev Vilas built in the Indo Saracen style, this place is inspired from the traditional Shikargah (hunting lodges) of the Rajput kings. The retreat is just 7.6 km away from Ranthambore National Park making it preferred hotel for several tourists.
The resort, built on an eco-sensitive zone, tries to do its bid for the environment. The hotel recycles water for non-consumable purposes within the property. Introduction of rainwater harvesting in the resort premises has helped in recharging the groundwater levels.
The hotel has installed special infrastructure for specially-abled guests.
The beautiful resort, with its proximity to the forest, provides its guests a chance to live like the maharajas on hunting games. There are 21 beautiful suites and 7 tented bungalows. While decorating the rooms, management was conscious about using the local motifs and artifacts. This endeavor helped in promoting the local economy as well as ensuring the guests could experience the real flavors of Rajasthan. The suites, each in the area of 480 sqft, are decorated aesthetically offering a great view of the property. The bathrooms come with a bathtub and accompanied shower.
Living in the tented bungalow, near the poolside garden, is an experience altogether. The 480 sqft bungalow has an en-suite bath with all modern amenities. Each bungalow has its private verandah offering a splendid view of the property. Guests can soak in the beauty of nature and watch the birds roaming freely in the garden while sipping their drinks.
The elegantly arranged dining room within the beautiful Dev Vilas is a great place to have your dinners. The dining room is decorated with lithographs by J.J Audubon, the famous American naturalist, ornithologist, and painter. Guests can go for the Al Fresco dining beside the swimming pool. The restaurant serves both Indian and international cuisines. The Rajasthani dishes present the real flavors of the area and come highly recommended.
The Fateh’s, the bar named after legendary tiger conservationist Thakur Fateh Singh Rathore, offers varieties of drinks and cocktails to its guests.
The Dev Vilas is located close to the 13th century Raj Bagh Ruins and are a must visit. Tourists coming to Ranthambore should check out the national park famous for its Royal Bengal Tigers. The ecology of Ranthambore National Park provides a beautiful mix of two different regions-the Vindhya and Aravali range. It makes the national park the home to different species of birds and animals. Other popular places within the region are the Ranthambore Fort, PadamTalao, RajbaghTalao and so on.