Deogarh Mahal was converted into a hotel by the present owner Rawat Nahar Singh. A part of the palace is still occupied by his family, who personally supervise the running of the hotel.
The hotel has 50 rooms (3 Royal Suites, 2 Studio Suites, 23 Deluxe Suites and 22 Deluxe Rooms). Pictured below: a Deluxe Room. Each room is comfortably elegant, with attached bathrooms fitted with modern amenities. All restorations and alterations on the palace were aimed at retaining the old architectural style of the building. The idea was to offer the traveller "the comforts of today with an ambience of the past". Every room is different.
Food is prepared using home-grown fruits and vegetables, and in-house milk products and oils. You can also savour typical Mewari cuisine served with traditional hospitality. The hotel also offers delicious seasonal jams, and juices made from fruits grown around the palace. Orange marmalade, plum, and mixed fruit are some of the seasonal jams also available for sale.
There is a small swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. A special team from Kerala is available to provide relaxing and therapeutic Ayurvedic massage.