Amongst the varied styles of architecture of the 26 Neemrana non-hotel Hotels across India, is Tijara Fort- Palace – a 19th century abandoned fort that has been lovingly revitalized and is now included in the Neemrana brand of heritage hotels in India.
The 19th-century Tijara Fort-Palace is situated atop a hill and has breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and village where the colours change from millet greens and browns to the many shades of yellow and mustard. The stylishly decorated and spacious suites, featuring original work by 21 of India’s leading artists – are indeed like individual royal Maharani apartments.
The Fort-Palace has been restored and refurbished with authentic pieces of art and furniture and is an ideal choice for sensitive film directors looking to portray period history. The monastic spaces that surround the Hawa Mahal, Rani Mahal and the Aam Khas Mardana Mahal, offer picturesque venues for outdoor shots without any external disturbances as the extended ramparts keep crowds at bay.