The Palace of Festivities is a suite is a suite located on the garden level of the Hill-Fort.
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.
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.
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.
This small Falcon’s Palace is situated at the garden level of the Hill-Fort.
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.
A linear room at the garden level, with a bold chevron floor border shows the textures of its age on the walls.
The Peacock Palace in blue and white is named after India’s national bird, which is almost common to Rajasthan as a house sparrow.
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.
The Palace of the Partridge is a suite situated on the garden level towards the centre of the Fort.
This linear palace of the lamp named after a princess of Kesroli, overlooks the pool below and the countryside beyond.