Mayur Mahal (Peacock Palace)

Hill Fort-Kesroli - 14th C, Alwar Kesroli Hill Fort-Kesroli Alwar Mayur Mahal

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

Features

  • No. of beds - 2 Single
  • No. of extra beds can be provided - No
  • People accommodated without extra bed - 2
  • Opening in garden
  • View from the room - Fields / Hills
  • Common terrace (available till 8pm)
  • Mini-bar/Kettle
  • Special facilities for elderly people
  • Adjacent to Saras Mahal, Papiha Mahal, Hariyal Mahal, Tota Mahal, and Baaj Mahal