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Located in Alwar, Neemrana Fort is a 15th century palace that has today been converted into a heritage resort. An epitome of beauty and architecture, the fort palace is located among the hills of Aravali, which are the oldest fold mountains in the world. Today, the fort is luxury resort where people can either book rooms or can simply visit after paying an entrance fee. Earlier, Neemrana was under the reign of Rajput Maharaja Prithvi Raj Chauhan III. The fort was built in 1464 and became the third capital of the descendants of the king.
Covering an area of about 10 hectares over the hill, this majestic fort showcases a splendid amalgamation of traditional Rajasthani architecture as well as modern and styled interiors. The fort is located at a favourable location on the Delhi-Jaipur highway and therefore, enjoys visitors from both capitals, becoming one of the most favoured destinations for weekend getaways. The palace has also earned a great reputation for offering delectable Rajasthani and French cuisines.
Neemrana Fort, Alwar is one of India’s oldest heritage resorts, and offers splendid views of the fort as well as the surrounding ranges. With two pools around the palace, beautiful rooms, and hanging gardens, among many other features, any visit to Neemrana is sure to be a memorable one. The fort is an 11-tiered structure where people can stay busy while exploring the charm of the palace, enjoying great food, or just relaxing. Apart from being a great weekend destination, Neemrana Fort is also a preferred destination for weddings and other events.
With three conference halls, Neemrana also sees many business travellers. The place also offers spa services and other body treatments, a thrilling aerial adventure (“zip line tours”), cultural events, and great food. Another activity offered at Neemrana is a vintage car ride around the town, which lets you enjoy a royal treatment. The Neemrana Fort, Alwar blends together the ancient royal feel with modern amenities to offer a comfortable stay. It has 72 embellished rooms in 8 different wings, all replete with modern day facilities. Each room has a different name and layout, and offers a comfortable and luxurious stay. The amenities provided with the rooms include safes, refrigerator, television, tea/coffee maker, express laundry services, complimentary toiletries, and much more.
The Neemrana restaurant offers visitors a multi-cuisine menu and an exceptional dining experience, owing to the simple fact that the fort does not have a designated restaurant, and that people can enjoy a meal at different parts of the hotel. Rajasthani, French, Thai, Italian, Continental, and Chinese are some of the cuisines that you can opt for; and during peak season, the Toda Mahal serves Indian delicacies exclusively. The Raj Mahal Bar, Jalgiri Mahal, Uncha Bagh, Mukut Bagh and Holi Kund are places that offer full-fledged meals.