Rani Mahal Rooms - Tijara Fort-Palace

The first suite on the ground floor is an interesting space with a chamfered pillar in the middle. Besides the double bed, there is a single bed in a turret with a view. A small, balcony opens over the poolside. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

Facing the central, garden court on the ground floor, this Mahal has a charming 5-arched balcony overlooking the pool. Two queen-size beds are screened off by three grand arches with a seating area at the entrance. A small ante-room with a bed is ideal for a third person or a child. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

A battery of four inter-connected rooms leads to an octagonal turret. This suite has one double bed and a single one in the turret with a view. Both rooms lead out to small balconies overlooking the pool. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

A battery of four inter-connected rooms leads to an octagonal turret. This suite has one double bed and one single one in the turret with views. One balcony holds out the splendid countryside and an oasis of palms below. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

Three large, foliated arches divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other has a seating and a large single bed below a mirror. The suite faces the inner garden court on one side and its balcony hangs over an amazing view of date palms, hills and fields. The bathroom also holds out splendid views of the hills and palms.

The last suite on the ground floor is an interesting space with a chamfered pillar in the middle. Besides the double bed, there is a single bed in a turret with splendid views. A balcony opens over the vast, green countryside and an oasis of palms below. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

This suite on the first floor has three large, foliated arches that divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other as a seating. An octagonal turret with garden and pool views makes an unusual sitting space. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

This first-floor suite is divided into two by three grand arches. Two queen-size beds and a single bed in an interconnected space open up the interior. A window overlooks the pool and the Maharaja’s palace beyond. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

Three large, foliated arches divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other as a seating. The bathroom also holds out splendid views.

Three large, foliated arches divide a large suite into two: one part a bedroom with two queen-sized beds, the other as a seating.

Two queen-size beds beyond the arches and a single bed in the entrance space along with a seating, make it very spacious.

This suite has a large frescoed wall painted by the renowned painter – Anjolie Ela Menon.

This second-floor turret suite has a double bed in the magical, octagonal turret and two queen beds in the room.

This grand room with a private sit-out verandah has views to the pool below and the Maharaja’s palace beyond.

This suite comprises of a series of rooms – an entrance with a study-seating, a single bed which doubles as a lounging divan and more.

This suite comprises a series of rooms – an entrance with a study-seating, a single bed which doubles as a lounging divan and more.

 

This grand room with a private sit-out verandah has views to the pool below and the Maharaja’s palace beyond.

This long suite adorned with the naïve works of Nayanaa Kanodia has the most amazing views on the hills and an oasis of palms below. 

This smaller, east-facing room has perhaps the best open views on the hanging gardens, the palms oasis, fields and hills.

This penthouse suite named after India’s most iconic lady painter of the 20th century, Amrita Shergil.