The royal era of raja-maharajas comes live in the Neemrana Fort Palace ideally located on a hill near Delhi-Jaipur highway. It offers spectacular views of the surroundings. Now a renowned heritage hotel, it was built in 1464 and was the abode of the Chauhans (direct lineage of Prithviraj Chauhan) till 1947. Sprawling across 25 acres of land, the fort has been very beautifully restored which makes it a famous destination among tourists.
Laze around in the fort-palace in luxury and experience an opulent lifestyle. From accommodation units to furniture, decorations, food and hospitality, everything has a royal touch to it. The Suraj Kund inside the fort complex was initially a water reservoir which was later transformed into a swimming pool. The antique furniture and artifacts inside the fort magnify its old-world charm. It’s magnificently built and some of its terraces, corridors and courtyards are like mazes. Just one km away from the fort is the ancient step-wells or baoli. Several pillared galleries surround the step wells.
High on comfort and luxury, the accommodation units are amazingly decorated in Rajput and colonial styles. Most of the units have private terrace or balcony commanding great views of the surroundings.
Dining at Neemrana
Treat your taste buds with a wide variety of dishes at the various restaurants inside the fort complex namely Raj Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Aam Khas, Panch Mahal, Amaltasse, Aranya Mahal, Holi Kund and Maha Burj. Here you also have the option of enjoying breakfast by the pool or candlelit dinner on the terrace.
Recreation at Neemrana
To keep the guests rejuvenated the heritage hotel offers recreational facilities such as swimming pool, bar, spa, yoga, meditation and indoor games.
You can enjoy a camel ride or opt for a guided tour around the fort. You can also indulge in the adventure activity flying fox.
Shopping in Neemrana
Here you can shop wonderful items like candles, crockery, linen fabric, fashion accessories etc.
How to reach
The nearest airport is the Delhi airport (130 km). The closest railway station is also in Delhi. It is well connected by road from Delhi, Jaipur and other main cities of the country.