Neemrana Fort Palace

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Neemrana Fort Timings : 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
(2:30 PM Last Entry)

Time Required : 2-3hrs

Neemrana Fort Tickets : Weekdays - INR 500 per person (12 years and above)
Weekends- INR 750 per person ( 12 years and above)

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Neemrana Fort Palace, Neemrana Overview

The 15th-century palace, Neemrana Fort, is an epitome of immense beauty. It finds itself in the Aravalli ranges, the oldest fold mountains in the world. Now turned into a luxury resort, the palace was once under the reign of Rajput Maharaja Prithvi Raj Chauhan III. Built-in 1464, it became the third capital of the king's descendants. The majestic fort almost covers 10 hectares of the area over the hill. It showcases a perplexing blend of traditional Rajasthani and modern styled interior. Since the time it had opened itself to the public, the palace has become the favourite place for weekend getaways. Located in an ideal location of Delhi-Jaipur highway it attracts the travellers from both the places. The Palace has earned an excellent reputation for its Rajasthani and French cuisines.

One of India's oldest heritage resorts, The Neemrana Fort Palace offers you with splendid night views. Two pools around the palace, hanging gardens and beautiful rooms make the visit to Neemrana a memorable one. The 11-tiered fort palace has a lot to bring forward to its guests, keeping them busy exploring the charm of the fort. Apart from being an ideal destination for a little break, the fort is preferred to be one of the best places for holding marriage ceremonies and other cultural events. 

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Activities Held at the fort

  • Many conferences and business meetings are held at the palace. There are three conference halls, where business travellers can have their meeting.
  • Fort and Palace weddings are also organised here with proper arrangements.
  • Excellent spa services and other body treatments are given to the visitors to rejuvenate and restore the mind.
  • It offers ''zip tour'', a thrilling new aerial adventure.
  • Moreover, Cultural events take place every weekend.
  • One can also go for a vintage car ride or just relax and cherish great food at the in-house restaurant and bar.

Rooms in the Fort

The grand heritage hotel is a perfect blend of ancient royalness and modern amenities. The palace is a symbol of the refurbishment of the antique ruins into a unique architectural marvel which is now an ideal destination for breaking away the busy life schedules.

Equipped with all modern day facilities, the Fort is a fantastic place to be. 72 embellished rooms here provide the essence of the royal living. The rooms are designed in such a way that each of the room has its balcony. The furniture, paintings, and antique show pieces frame an eclectic mix of Indianess and colonialism.

There are eight different wings in total. Each room has a different name and is decorated according to it. They are comfortable and luxurious and give such a royal experience that one can relive history in these rooms. The amenities provided include refrigerator, safe, television, direct dialling telephone, writing desk, tea/coffee maker, complimentary toiletries and express laundry service.

Facilities at Neemrana Restaurant

The Neemrana restaurant serves a delicious multi-cuisine menu. The dining experience is exceptional because they don't have a designated restaurant. Visitors can enjoy their meal in different parts of the hotel. There are no restrictions of being at a place for having your food. You can have your breakfast by the pool or maybe have a candle lit dinner on the terrace enjoying the picturesque view of the Neemrana Fort. Well known for its Rajasthani and French cuisine, the restaurants also offer Thai, Continental, Chinese, and Italian meals. The chefs even make customised meals. You wish to eat something that is not on the menu just tell them, and they will cross bars to please your taste buds. 

During the peak season, Toda Mahal only serves Indian delicacies. The visitors get to enjoy the richness of desi flavours as the food served is undoubtedly lip smacking. 

You can head towards Raj Mahal Bar, Uncha Bagh & Mukut Bagh, Jalgiri Mahal, and Holi Kund for having a full fledged meal.

History of the Neemrana Fort

Nimola Me, a brave local chieftain named the city as Neemrana. The Chauhans defeated him and took over the city. He showcased his desire for naming the city which he had lost to them. Being large at heart, they accepted his request and the city got its name. Built in 1464, the palace was the third capital of the descendants of Prithviraj Chauhan III whom Mohammad Ghori vanquished away in 1192 A.D. Even though the lineage of rulers suffered under the British Rule, they chose not to bow down. In 1947, Raja Rajinder Singh thought of moving down to Vijay Bagh as the facades, and the ramparts of the fort began to be given away. For around forty years he waited for takers so that he can get rid of his property.

Finally, in 1986, the ruins called for restoration. In 1991 the Neemrana Fort opened its doors with 15 liveable rooms. Since then it has been a holder of Intach-Satte award and a nominee for Aga Khan Award. By 2008, the palace was fully ready with 72 suite rooms, beautiful hanging gardens, grand restaurant and fantastic pool. Once a ruin, the Neemrana Fort now stands as an epitome of splendour.

Tips For Visiting Neemrana Fort Palace

While visiting Neemrana fort, one can also go to Jaipur, and do shopping or visit the beautiful forts. You should visit the ancient step-well or the boali which is just one km away from the palace. You can also do shopping at the place where gift items including candles, cutlery, crockery, linen, fashion accessories and more are available. Do not forget to carry your swim wear as the fort has great pools.

How To Reach Neemrana Fort Palace

Neemrana Fort Palace is located at Delhi-Jaipur Highway. It is easily accessible by roads.

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