About Royale

Our Story

With our hotel, we wanted to create a place for people to relax and have an enjoyable time with their family or friends without breaking the bank.

Since we’ve opened, we have received a lot of positive feedback from our customers and it is this positivity that encourages us to become better.

That said, if something is bothering you, please let us know and we will resolve it quickly.

Our Services

Good for Family

Air Conditioning Rooms

Accepts cards

Free consulting

Parking available

Wifi on premises

24/7 availability

Our Hotel Staff

Over the years, we have worked tirelessly to improve our standards and achieve maximum customer satisfaction.

Our team of staff is composed of trained professionals that are not just experts in their roles but also great listeners who understand the art of providing top-quality services that will make your stay here a memorable one.

We are always happy to accommodate you. We guarantee that you will be well-cared for and you will be completely satisfied.

About near by
Gir Forest Ambardi Safari Park

The Ambardi Safari Park situated 7 kms from Dhari, is a Reserved Forest (RF) of Gir Protected Area on the bank of Shetrunji river near Ambardi village. Its undulating terrain, proximity to a large water reservoir and Khodiyar temple make Ambardi a place worth visiting.


The unique ecosystem of Gir forest comprises of over 606 species of plants, 39 species of mammals, over 300 species of birds. 37 species of reptile and more than 2000 species of insects.

Some of the floral species found in Ambardi are Kher, Sadad, Timru, Deshi Babul, Kadayo, Semalo. Bo, Gorad. Hereto, Khakhro, Lapadu, Ratad, Jinjavo, Shaniyar etc.

This diversity of plants creates an ideal habitat for mammals like Asiatic Lion, Leopard, Chinkara, Bluebull, Spotted Dee, Porcupine, etc. Ambardi is home to a variety of avian species. Parakeets, woodpeckers, mynas, flycatchers, bee-eaters, warblers, peafowl and birds of prey.

The Asiatic Lion

The Asiatic lion once ranged from Iran to all over Northern India, but disappeared from everywhere due to reckless hunting and loss of habitat except from Gir. In 1913, when the Nawab of Junagadh and the government became aware that very few lions were left, uncontrolled hunting of lions was banned and for the first time, few steps towards lion conservation were initiated. This critically endangered species has been saved from the threshold of extinction due to excellent management and conservation efforts by Forest Department and immense support from the people of Saurashtra.

As a result, the population of lions has shown a steady increase. Today, lions are not just in Gir Forest but they roam in 22000 sq. km. area of 8 Districts namely Junagadh, Gir Somnath, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Rajkot, Botad, Jamnagar and Porbandar. The area is named as Asiatic Lion Landscape.

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