Wing VIII Rooms - Neemrana Fort-Palace

Located at the highest level of the 15th century Neemrana Fort-Palace, Rambha Mahal recalls a mythical beauty and heavenly seductress who seduced holy sages on earth.

Located at the highest level of the 15th century Neemrana Fort- Palace, Menaka Mahal recalls a mythical beauty and heavenly seductress who seduced holy sages on earth.

Located at the highest level of the 15th century Neemrana Fort- Palace, Urvashi Mahal recalls a mythical beauty and heavenly seductress who seduced holy sages on earth.

Named after the Rajasthani goddess Birdi this suite sits at the highest level, with two balconies - one overlooking the pool, and the other over the gardens and the village.

This unusual peacock room has a cutwork textile screen evoking the gardens where India’s national bird roams free.

Named after the legendary King of Birds, this Art Deco suite has a private garden patch beyond the large glass in the shower.

This palace hides behind three layers of arches which carry a stairway seemingly to the skies.

Just above the ‘high’ views of Uncha Bagh and Mukut Bagh gardens lies Uma Vilas.

The suite of the ‘lady’ has views on the hill, the gardens and the countryside.

A single person's Art Nouveau palace- suite with a sumptuous bed by a large stained glass window.