Rajasthan’s beautiful Aravalli mountains serving as a backdrop to some of its most engaging monuments and royal palaces are also home to the legendary Neemrana Fort in Alwar. Neemrana Fort is spread across ten hectares, and has numerous rooms consisting of not only traditional Rajasthani but also colonial architecture. The erstwhile fort has now been converted into a famous heritage hotel with a few great modifications that make it into a perfect weekend getaway opportunity. Situated on the highway between Delhi and Jaipur, Neemrana Fort is quite the favourite of people looking for a relaxing and royal experience in one of the most picturesque locations of Rajasthan.
Alwar, also known as the Gateway to Rajasthan is place of rare serenity. This city located about 160 kms from Delhi was once the seat of the Rajputs and one can still witness the remnants of their splendor here. The small size of this city is no measure to the stature of its rich heritage. The city is not only famous for the Indian sweet dish – “Kalakand” but is also a traveller’s paradise. The sights this city offers include: