About Laxmi Niwas Palace
Set amidst vast lush green lawns, lily ponds and fountains the Laxmi Niwas Palace is a
dream carved out of Red Sand Stone.
The first view of the Palace from the Clock tower gate
confirms that this is no ordinary palace. The Laxmi Niwas Palace is the culmination of a
tradition of excellence, which stretches back to antiquity.
Laxmi Niwas Palace was the personal residence of Maharaja Ganga Singhji of Bikaner. The
residential rooms were designed keeping in mind the fact that they would be used by the
royal family itself or by the personal guests of the Maharaja as only guests of equal
status to the Maharaja would be invited to spend the night in the Palace.
Most of the rooms are decorated lavishly using gold wall paintings and have painted or
carved wood ceilings. Dining
A luxurious speciality restaurant serving authentic Northwest Frontier Cuisine, the Swarna
Mahal is located in the erstwhile dining room of Maharaja Ganga Singhji. This dining room
is decorated with pure gold wall paintings and a gilded carved woodwork ceiling. Enjoy the
excellent food while the ambience transports you to a fairy tale world of beautiful
princesses and chivalrous princes.
Located in the study room of Maharaja Ganga Singhji this 24-hour coffee shop serves
delicacies from around the globe.
This filigree like inner courtyard is the hart of Laxmi Niwas Palace. Gala dinners are
organized in this masterpiece designed by Sir Swinton Jacob. Enjoy a lavish dinner while
folk dancers and musicians entertain you. The grand finale is a fireworks display.
Private dinner on terrace
Enjoy a private dinner on the terrace over looking the lawns. (on special request only)
The Trophy Bar
This well stocked bar serves a wide range of drinks and a variety of cocktails. Decorated
with trophies from the hunting expeditions of the kings, the trophy bar is the ideal
retreat for enjoying your drinks.
Conference and Banquet Facilities
The Smoking Room (A Conference Hall)
This beautiful hall was the smoking room of Maharaja Ganga Singhji. The green and gold
theme wall painting with carving and gilded wooden ceiling was designed to provide an
ambience conducive to serious thinking. The smoking room has been witness to many
important cabinet meetings of the Bikaner State. Today it is the conference hall of the
Laxmi Niwas Palace. Equipped with all major facilities it provides the perfect backdrop
for an unforgettable conference.
Recreation & Health Center
The Billiard Room
Beautifully displayed game trophies from all over the world provide a unique ambience to
this exquisite hall where you can enjoy a quite game of billiards, chess or cards.