Media Coverage- Tijara Fort-Palace, Alwar

Watch this space for the latest news about Tijara Fort-Palace, Alwar, one of the finest heritage hotel in Rajasthan.

Built in the 19th Century by Maharaja Balwant Singh, Tijara has been resinstituted and restored by Neemrana as a boutique hotel in Alwar. The suites are named after India's leading painters, designers, artists and aesthetes who have lent their help and efforts to build them. This historic heritage boutique hotel is an unfinished marvel of three structures, built in the Rajput-Afghan style with early colonial influences

Read this beautiful article featured in Spice Route(Inflight magazine of Spice Jet)


The reinvented Tijara Fort-Palace as an elegantly decorated hotel retains the authenticity of the princely residence with the addition of the necessary modifications and amenities.

Click here to know more about the hotel featured in Condé Nast Traveler


Pass within its walls and the Tijara Fort Palace manages to be both intimate and majestic – a fairy tale cluster of courtyards, colonnaded verandas, terraces, scalloped arches, pergolas, turrets, and balconies.

Read this beautiful article featured in South China Morning Post.


These 19th-century ruins remained in disrepair for over a hundred years, today a nearby high-end weekend getaway from the torrent of New Delhi. The conversion of Tijara Fort from a deserted palace into a luxury destination has been nothing short of spectacular.

Click here to read this beautiful piece featured in Remote Lands, written by Raghav Modi.