From the recess of a narrow stairway emerges a Neemrana grandest suite full of surprises: a grand bed in the centre; a dining/kitchenette; a vast salon with two antique divans, and more.
Located on the axis above the hanging gardens, this suite to the ‘primordeal’ god has a narrow balcony among the large-leafed Kanak Champa trees with fragrant blossoms.
On the top floor of a round tower, the ‘sky’ turret has views on all four sides and has an arched .16th century pavilion from Nagaur on its roof
This round turret room is a large circular space with a large common terrace sprawled before it.
This small but charming rooftop room above the axis of the hanging gardens has a magical private terrace.
This spacious ‘forest’ room has a large Indian-style seating with a view of trees from the bed. It is located centrally just off the lower, emerald-green swimming pool, and is ideal for a small gathering of friends who want to party privately.
Sited above the amphitheatre, this palace of the ‘child’ lies aloof and is a playful space at three levels