Your non-hotels with a panorama of 700 years

While most heritage hotels in Alwar district are born with the beauty and treasures of history, not one offers such a spacious dream site where you can have a peaceful weekend getaway from Delhi. Seven terraced gardens command a magnificent view above the tall ramparts that have now been lovingly completed and restored. The gardens have been compared to the Hanging Gardens of Babylonia one of the Seven wonders of the ancient world – and the ruins (now restored) to Machu Picchu ! Tijara Fort-Palace is an exclusive weekend getaway from Delhi. There are 21 suites and rooms named after India's leading lady painters which will honour them by evoking their work. One stay at this 19th century Fort-Palace will get you started on the discovery of the most unique heritage hotels in Alwar – and of the heritage experience of Neemrana Fort-Palace & The Hill Fort-Kesroli, also in the list of renowned hotels in Alwar. 

Rooms

Anjolie Mahal

Anjolie Mahal

This suite, has a large frescoed wall painted by the renowned painter – Anjolie Ela Menon while the décor in the octagonal turret seating with spectacular views brings in the mela atmosphere of a village fair. A third seating-cum bed...

Anju Mahal

Anju Mahal

This second floor turret suite has a double bed in the magical, octagonal turret and two queen beds in the room. The suite is adorned with details of the works of Anju Dodiya, renowned for a new cutting-edge style where different art...

Bharti Mahal

Bharti Mahal

Facing the central, garden court on the ground floor, this Mahal has a charming 5-arched balcony overlooking the pool. Two queen-side beds, are screened off by three grand arches with a seating area at the entrance. A small ante-room...

Pushpmala Mahal

Pushpmala Mahal

Three large, foliated arches divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other as a seating. An octagonal turret with garden and pool views makes an unusual sitting space on the first floor. The...

Vishakha Mahal

Vishakha Mahal

Three large, foliated arches divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other as a seating. An octagonal turret with garden and pool views makes an unusual sitting space on the first floor. The...

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