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Neemrana Fort Palace – Weekend Getaway Ex-Delhi

I have been living in Delhi for quite a few years now and had heard about Neemrana Fort Palace as a weekend getaway almost zillions of times from my friends. Until one day destiny conspired my visit to this awe-inspiring fort turned into heritage hotel. What makes it a great weekend getaway or an offbeat place for a relaxing holiday is the sophisticated hospitality with the magnificent heritage backdrop.
Here are a few amateur clicks of this bold yet gorgeous offbeat destination.
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Neemrana Fort Palace illuminated in night..

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Chandelier

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Another reason for loving this place is the varied lineup of cultural and adventure (zip-lining) activities. The luxury stay at this hotel starts from 4000 INR per night while a day trip starts at Rs. 1600 which includes a sumptuous lunch.
So go ahead plan a weekend at this offbeat yet living glimpse of a royal historical past.

(20) Comments

  1. Beautiful pictures..

  2. Good that they have turned it into a heritage hotel and the maintenance is taken care of.

  3. Awesome place and awesome pictures

    1. Thanks, you are always very kind to me..:)

  4. Nisha says:

    I’ve heard a lot about this hotel. Never got a chance to go there.

    1. Thanks!

  5. Nice post and a nice chandelier. 🙂

    1. Thanks 🙂

  6. Nice pictures…great to know that proper maintenance is there…. 🙂

    1. Thanks!

  7. Loved your post and clicks. Tweeted this and following on insta and twitter as Soulfultravelers/SoulfulTrips. 🙂

    1. Hey thanks a tonne!

  8. 2travellingsisters says:

    Great pictures!! Would love to stay at this heritage property someday 🙂

    1. Destiny will surely conspire someday for you as well..:)

  9. I love this property. Even Pataudi House (once a part of Neemrana) is beautiful. I am yet to try Kesroli one. Heard it’s good too. And very pretty pictures “)

  10. Very well written post and equally supported by awesome pics !

    1. Thanks!

  11. Nice place!

  12. I love neemrana properties. Have you visited any others of theirs.

    1. No but have heard they have beautiful properties in various cities of Rajasthan. Planning to visit one of them soon! How about you, which all have you visited?

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