Wing 1 Rooms - Neemrana Fort-Palace

Choose from our resplendent rooms and enjoy a regal stay at these rooms along with a plethora of amenities. Head to one of the best places to stay near Delhi Jaipur Highway during your weekend getaway from Delhi

Neemrana Fort-Palace - 15th Century, Delhi-Jaipur Highway Neemrana Surya Mahal Neemrana Fort-Palace Alwar Rajasthan

The grand .16th century durbar hall of Neemrana Fort-Palace named after the ‘sun’, now has bedrooms above from where the royal ladies once watched the proceedings of an all-male court

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Once the hall of justice, this vast suite offers the options of sleeping on a large bed or a larger baithak.

Gujarat Mahal 1

The charming Gujarat Mahal is decorated in the furniture and art of the western state Gujarat.


A tiny room, tucked between two floors of palaces is named Mrig Mahal after the ‘deer’ which once flocked the hill visible from its little windows.

Malabar Mahal 2

This grand 19th century room with a massive wooden rafter above, is decorated in the style of a coastal Kerala palace.

Gagan Mahal 2

The highest room over the first wing of the Fort-Palace, this small but charming room is aptly called the ‘sky’ palace.

Gulab mahal

A hidden room named after the ‘rose’, it has a balcony jutting from the ramparts and a half round turret bathroom in pink marble.

Burj Mahal

Situated below the Hawa Mahal, this centrally located palace of the ‘turret’ look out to the Ararvallis.

Mata Mahal 3

Once the site of a temple of the Goddess, this suite is formed by a series of arches and cross arches with a bed at the centre.

Baag Mahal

A charming room bordering the length of garden on the entire western façade of the Neemrana Fort-Palace.


A small linear room with an antique Kerala door at either end has window which folds down and doubles as a study table.

Khazana Mahal Neemrana Fort-Palace Alwar Rajasthan

A grand, subterranean suite at level 3 of the Fort-Palace leads down from the airy Hindola Mahal.


The round Mahaburj suite is situated in the largest turret of the Fort-Palace. Facing the Neemrana village and the sunset, it has full views on three sides. The bed is dramatically placed a the centre with tall arches on all the four sides. It has two bathrooms and a circular balcony for views on the countryside and is conveniently located near the entrance to load up in all directions.