Rooms at Tijara Fort-Palace - Alwar

Tijara Fort-Palace - 19th Century, Alwar Alwar Tijara Fort-Palace Alwar Rajasthan 15

Rani Mahal

The Rani Mahal rooms are built arround a tropical garden court embellished with wide arches on all four sides. Although the maharanis were meant to be screened from external views, their rooms have now been pierce with windows and balconies to provide breathtaking views. while the central rooms are divided by arches, the corner rooms run into octagonal turrets with tiny windows. the terrace of Rani Mahal offers memorable countryside panoramas.

Mardana Mahal outdoor

Mardana Mahal

The Mardana rooms are built around a spacious garden court ringed on three sides by spectacular arcade & halls. These had never been completed and large rocks had to be hand-chiselled to create linear living spaces. The thick walls were pierced to make balconies with views of the bio kitchen gardens and the countryside. Each room has two or three square rooms linked with wide arches and the facilities are discreetly tucked within. Some garden rooms are at two levels.


Deewar Mahal

The solid, wide ramparts which would have protected the Mardana Mahal palaces in times of war, now form the base of a series of Deewar Mahal and Tope Mahal rooms from the rooftops of which the canons would have been fired. These rooms look out towards the gardens and the pool and are conveniently located between both the grand palace complexes. For those who do not want to walk much , these lie close to the Kaanch Mahal dining area.


Tope Mahal

The Tope Mahal rooms lie where cannons were once intended to pound the enemy through holes in the thick ramparts.

Aastha Mahal 1

Khajur Mahal

The Khajur Mahal is accessed from the camel pergola facing the Kaanch Mahal. It houses three very private and spacious rooms. For those looking for a meditative spcace or for a group of friends who want to celebrate.


  • A 24 hour front desk.
  • Daily housekeeping is included in the room rate.
  • There is a private bathroom for each unit.
  • Common hospitality practices like televisions in rooms and room service are avoided. This is part of the heritage USP.
  • There is no minimum stay requirement.
  • All the floors above can be accessed with a glass lift in Rani Mahal.
  • Rooms, when available, can be given for day use from 9 am to 5 pm, at 60% of the normal room charge.
  • An extra bed can be arranged if space permits @ Rs. 750/- (taxes extra) for a child and Rs. 1100/- (taxes extra) for an adult

Don't Forget!

  • Your walking shoes, and hats.

Food and Beverage

  • Breakfast is included in the room tariff. Fixed menus are offered at per head rates: Lunch Rs. 1200/- and Dinner Rs. 1200/-.
  • We have mendatory Gala Dinner for Christmas Eve, 24th December @ Rs. 2500/- (for adult) & Rs. 1250/- (for child). taxes extra
  • We have mendatory Gala Dinner for New Year Eve, 31st December @ Rs. 3000/- (for adult) & Rs. 1500/- (for child). taxes extra
  • Bar facilities are not available.
  • Area blocking charges for lunch/dinner between Rs. 25,000/- and Rs. 50,000/-.


Tijara Fort-Palace is exclusively for resident guests. Non-resident guests can visit Neemrana Fort-Palace and Hill Fort–Kesroli.