Sariska palace (Rajasthan, India) was built as a hunting lodge at the close of the 19th century by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh of Alwar in a calm, quiet and a thickly wooded valley on the threshold of what is now the Sariska national park. the palace is a brilliant jewel set in nature in all it's natural magnificence and is much admired by all discerning visitors for its architectural grandeur and natural surroundings
24-hour hot and warm running water, along with domestic and international calling facilities.
restaurant,Swimming pool, Tennis, Conference hall, Ayurvedic health centre, Health club, Bar,doctor on call all major credit card accepted here
The Sariska Palace is quiet close to the Sariska wild life sanctuary.
- Access Airport:
130 kms from Jaipur
- Access Rail:
36 kms from Alwar