Live Like Royalty At Neemrana Fort Palace

Built in the 15th century, the Neemrana Fort Palace is one of India's oldest heritage resorts. A Rajput fort converted into a resort, it offers a fine blend of the old-world charm of the property and modern amenities which have been added to it to suit today's traveler. Located close to Delhi, the property is spread over 6 acres across many layers tiered into the Aravali Hills in Alwar district. 

The resort has 72 rooms and suites along with two swimming pools, the hanging gardens with a salon, a restaurant with a roof-top garden, a spa, gym and souvenir shop, all of which make it a great venue for weekend getaways, celebrations and conferences. Thanks to it's tiered structure, various points in the palace offer amazing 360 degree views. The palace architecture is phenomenal with great attention to detail and one can spend hours exploring the various stairways and tunnels of the structure. The staff is extremely courteous - right from the entry point, to the reception and the restaurants. Since the resort attracts Indians and foreigners alike, the restaurant serves both Indian and continental fare. 


The fort palace is located in Neemrana, on the Delhi-Jaipur Highway. 
Distance from New Delhi Railway Station- Approx. 149 km.
Distance from Delhi Airport- Approx. 120 km.
Tip - Try booking an indigo flight to Delhi for the best deal 


There are a variety of rooms that the property offers and they all vary in terms of the characteristics and the pricing.  Each room and suite has a different name and has some fascinating architecture.  The rooms are consciously television-free. One can relive history in these rooms.  


 With three conference halls, the hotel is a unique venue for business travelers.  It is also ideal for an exotic destination wedding set in a Palace wedding. One can also relax and rejuvenate in its excellent ayurvedic spa. The fort also offers India's first ''zip line tour'', with ziplines that are as long as 400 meters. The whole experience takes around two hours as you glide through the Aravalli hills and get to see the fort and the landscape from a birds eye. Cultural events are organised every weekend in the fort. You can also go for a camel ride and visit their beautiful gardens, where vegetables are grown organically and served on your plate at the restaurant!