Neemrana is among India’s most exotic and oldest heritage resort, situated on the splendid plateau of Aravali ranges endowing magnificent view of the surrounding beauty. Like, every other fort Neemrana also has its intriguing stories of bravery, warfares and sacrifices. The majestic fort was built on date back to 1464 AD and became the third capital of the descendants of Maharaja Prithviraj Chauhan. The regal fort was turned into heritage resort in 1986 and the name was derived from a local chieftain, ‘Nimola Mio’.
Today, the resort is counted among the most imperial hotels in India, as it covers 10 hectares land, endowing eclectic amalgamation of royal Rajasthani decor, art and colonial furniture. The resort has around 35 rooms and some of the highly sophisticated rooms are given name like, Sheesh Mahal, Uma Vilas, Chandra Mahal, Hara Mahal, Francis Mahal and so forth according to their ornate and even the bathroom of these rooms are designed to give splendid view of the site. It has enchanting garden spreaded over 2.5 hectares of land, two pools, gym, different amazing rides like camel cart, vintage car and other plush facilities like
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Conference – It has Darbar Mahal, Kasturi Mahal, Jalgiri Mahal, Holi Kund, Hawa Mahal and Uncha Bagah to meet your different conference requirements.
Cultural Performance – Every weekend cultural programs are organised to offer you the experience of living the history.
Neemrana has earned immense reputation for its Rajasthani and French cuisines and its suggested to try tempting Rajasthani mango curry, gatta and kair sangri and for the people who love french cuisines should definitely try different quiches, profiteroles and lemon mousse served there.
And the best part about this imperial resort is that its in the midway of your journey from Delhi to Jaipur which is only 108 km for Delhi Airport to Neemrana which makes it a perfect halt, a regal place for your business conference and astonishing way to enjoy your weekend.