Rooms at Hill Fort Kesroli - Alwar

Fawn Mahal is the grandest round turret-room of the Hill Fort-Kesroli. The Mahal is sited in a quiet corner where the sunrise and sunset can be seen from the curved balcony.

Pratap Mahal is a large duplex suite, named after Pratap Kanwar, daughter of Bhawani Singh of Kesroli. It has two single beds above and a double bed below.

A large, duplex suite named after Sugni Kanwar, daughter of Bhawani Singh of Kesroli. This is a quiet, duplex suite facing the mustard fields and the Aravalli hills beyond.

The grandest turret room of Kesroli is named after a prominent Rajput branch, known for its gallantry in the Alwar region. The rulers of Alwar were also Naruka Kachchhawahas.

Sited above the 14th century entrance of the Hill-Fort, this duplex suite has a study and a single bed on the top floor with a balcony overlooking the village.

A small duplex suite named after a son-in-law of the Ranawat family, It has one single bed above and a double bed below.

The Palace of the Swing, with interiors in vibrant shades of blue, is situated on the first floor level towards the front of the Hill-Fort.

The Palace of the Stars is situated on the first floor level towards the back of the Fort. It is the perfect haven for authors looking for a peaceful hideaway.

The Palace for Felicitations is a circular turret suite situated on the garden level of the Hill-Fort. It is an ideal choice for a small family or three friends.

The Palace of Purity is a medieval suite situated on the first floor level of the Fort. The rustic white arches in the suite date back to the 14th century and have been restored to recreate the magic feel.

The Auspicious Palace is a suite situated on the first floor level of the Fort. It is the ideal choice for a bunch of friends especially if they book the Mahal which is separated by a small courtyard. 

Named after Lord Shiva, this grand room on the first floor level at the heart of the fort has interiors in vibrant shades of indigo and blue.

The Palace of the Goddess, is centrally situated on the first floor level of the Fort with gardens on two sides. The Goddess Durga painting above the bed blesses all those who sleep in its shadow.

Lying at a level below the pool waters, this room is named after the royal swan. It has a balcony overlooking the green fields, and offers a view of the sun setting behind the hills.

This is a room with a balcony overlooking the captivating green and yellow mustard fields. It is located at a level below the pool waters.

An intimate room below the pool level to bless those who love agrarian views. The geometric green print links the room with the furrows in the fields below.

A room with a balcony overlooking the captivating green and yellow mustard fields. It is located one level below the pool waters and faces the majestic Aravallis on the skyline.

Named after the late owner of Hill-Fort, Kesroli, the semi circular turret room with rounded furniture to match offers views of the countryside.

This semi-circular room is named after Maan Kanwar, the wife of Thakur Narendra Singh. A quiet retreat located in a large turret, it faces east, towards the rising sun, the fort and the village.

The Palace of Festivities is a suite is a suite located on the garden level of the Hill-Fort.

A small turret room overlooking the pool and the sunset. It feels as medieval and basic as a room can, with its narrow entrance and a bathroom with a view.

This linear palace of the lamp named after a princess of Kesroli, overlooks the pool below and the countryside beyond. 

A linear room at the garden level, with a bold chevron floor border, shows the textures of its age on the walls.

A pleasant corner room with views of the hills and fields, and a bathroom overlooking the gardens. It has two queen-size beds.

A linear, medieval room with agrarian views, evokes the parrot, considered auspicious by lovers as it is the vehicle of Rati, wife of the God of Love.

This long Palace of Yellow, is named after Vishnu/Krishna associated with this particular shade which is also worn by holy men.

This Palace of the Cuckoo is situated in the centre of the garden level of the Hill-Fort. It has red and black interiors with geometrical flooring.

Kingfisher’s Palace is a suite located on the garden level, just by the main durbar hall. Its vibrant indigo and white interiors cheer up the stressed urban soul.

Goddess Laxmi’s Palace is situated on the first floor level on the side of the Hill-Fort. Long like a train bogey with tiny windows over the village and the fields.

Situated at the entrance of the Hill-Fort, Swagat Mahal, the welcome room, is a small suite situated near Darbar Mahal with direct access to the courtyard garden.

The Palace of the Partridge is a suite situated on the garden level towards the centre of the Fort.

This small Falcon’s Palace is situated at the garden level of the Hill-Fort. It has pleasant rust colours and leads out directly to a circular turret with a stunning view.