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Khimsar Fort (Khimsar)

The Khimsar Fort, now a premium heritage hotel, was constructed by Rao Karamsiji, the 8th son of Rao Jodha, the founder of Jodhpur. The construction on the fort began in 1523. Lter adages to the fort included a zenana (ladies) wing, and a private regal wing built by Thakur Onkar Singh for himself. A part of the fort still forms the residence of the royal family of Khimsar.


Accommodation:

The 50 rooms at the hotel offer luxury at its best in a grand and elegant ambience. The carved hanging casements attached to the rooms, the elegant period furniture and the latest amenities available makes Khimsar Fort a popular option for leisure tourists eho want to experience traditionalism with a difference.


Dining:

The multi cuisine restaurant serves lip smacking Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine. But the spicy Rajasthani cuisine is the icing on the cake.


Conferences and Banquets:

The conference facilities at the hotel are state of the art. Necessary facilities like audio visual equipments, internet, podium, etc. are available. Banquets and formal receptions at Khimsar Fort can be arranged at their grandest.

 

Samode Palace (Samode)



The Samode Palace was built 400 years ago, and the palace was converted into Heritage Hotel by the Samode family. The palace is a wonderful example of Rajput-Mughal architecture.


Accommodation:

Hotel Samode Palace of Samode in Rajasthan has a provision for 43 well appointed guestrooms which include 3 Royal Suites 15 Deluxe suites and 25 Deluxe Rooms and all the rooms are air-conditioned. The hotel provides attached modern bathrooms and running hot and cold water in all the rooms.


Dining:

The tourists, staying in Hotel Samode Palace, Samode can enjoy delicious Indian and Rajasthani preparations as well as local food items at the in-house multi-cuisine restaurant. The chief dining room and the terrace of the hotel serve traditional Rajasthani food as well as a blend of Asian and European food. Light refreshments are served by the pool, and at the Central Courtyard of the hotel.


Business and Banquet Facilities:

The Hotel Samode Palace has a provision for an air-conditioned and well equipped conference hall where the business tourers can carry out their important business meetings, seminars and conferences. The Durbar Hall can have room for up to 80 people for meeting and conferences. Private parties can be held in the well arranged banquet hall of the hotel.

 

Castle Mandawa (Mandawa)


Castle Mandawa, Rajasthan is a fortress that is 240 years old. In the recent years, this castle has been renovated by the royal family into a heritage hotel. At Castle Mandawa, Rajasthan, you can get an excellent example of what traditional hospitality means in the actual sense.


Accommodation:

Castle Mandawa, Rajasthan offers 51 rooms, each of which is adorned with magnificent period furniture. Each of these rooms depicts a particular theme of decoration and no two rooms resemble each other. The rooms come in various categories called luxury suites, royal suites, deluxe and standard rooms. You can have the most remarkable and spectacular sight of the enormous expanse of Mandawa region from Hotel Castle Mandawa's terrace.


Dining:

Dinner at Castle Mandawa, Rajasthan is a romantic affair. The rear courtyard of Castle Mandawa Hotel gets transformed into an open air dinning room that is bright and bejeweled. The candle lit dinner of delicious cuisine from around the world would surely be an event to remember.


Business and Banquets:

Two big meeting rooms with adjacent terrace, syndicate rooms, separate boardroom in addition to an entirely equipped business centre provides all kinds of facility for arranging corporate meetings.

 

Fort Chanwa (Luni)

Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, the ruler of Jodhpur Marwar from 1876-1895 A.D is thought of as the benevolent king who guided the administration and economy of Marwar away from disorder and flux. There he built an exquisite little fortress, now known as Fort Chanwa. In 1941, the village of Chanwa became "Khalsa" (belonging to the State). In the present day Fort Chanwa is reconstructed to its immaculate grandeur and charm by its proud owners Maharaj Dalip Singh & Rani Madhu Devi.


Accommodation:

Hotel Fort Chanwa of Rajasthan has a provision for 31 well appointed and centrally air-conditioned guestrooms which are well maintained and equipped with modern facilities and amenities. The hotel rooms are furnished with wood-carved furniture and decorated with royal artifacts. The hotel provides attached modern bathrooms and running hot and cold water in all the rooms.


Dining:

The tourists, staying in Hotel Fort Chanwa in Rajasthan, can enjoy delicious traditional Continental and Rajasthani preparations as well as local food items at the in-house restaurant. The restaurant in the hotel fresh vegetables and one can choose from the wide range of lip smacking vegetarian and continental cuisine.


Business and Banquet:

The Hotel Fort Chanwa in Rajasthan has a provision for an air-conditioned and well equipped conference hall where the business tourers can perform their important business meetings, seminars and conferences. Private parties can be held in the well arranged banquet hall of the hotel.

 

Rohet Garh Heritage Hotel (Rohetgarh)

Sprawling over acres of manicured gardens, Rohet Garh Heritage Hotel is sure to seduce you at first sight. Situated far from the madding crowd on the banks of a lake and set in the midst of rural surroundings, it is a royal retreat. A palatial mansion, it has now been converted into a plush heritage hotel by the owners.


History:

Rohet Garh Heritage Hotel was the residence of the erstwhile rulers of Rohet. It was bestowed upon Thakur Dalpat Singh I for his courage and valor in military campaigns under the Rathores. Soon Rohet became one of the most important feudal estates of the state of Marwar.


Accommodation:

Choose from 34 traditionally decorated and air-conditioned rooms with immaculate attached bathrooms. Each room has a personality of its own and speaks of royal splendor. The frescoes and opulent ambience add to the regal charm of these rooms.


Dining:

Sample the best of traditional Indian cuisine at Rohet Garh Heritage Hotel. Apart from providing heavenly and aromatic fare, the hotel also takes pride in its Culinary Workshops organized for guests every now and then.