Neemrana Hotels at Tijara Fort Palace With Gardens Resembling the Hanging Gardens of Babylonia
Tijara Fort Palace is an ancient fort-cum-palace which is now converted into a heritage hotel called Neemrana Hotels. It is situated at Tijara town in Alwar district, Rajasthan state, India.
Neemrana Hotels at Tijara Fort Palace, Rajasthan, India
The fort construction was started in the 19th century and the construction was abandoned in 1845, due to war.
In 1986, Aman Nath, a historian by education, acquired Neemrana Fort-cum-Palace. Actively involved in the restoration of India’s lesser known architectural ruins, Mr. Aman Nath is the co-founder of the Neemrana, a non-hotel Hotels. Neemrana Hotels undertook the restoration of the fort-cum-palace. The Hotel was opened in 1991. It is now been a top rated heritage hotel in the city.
Seven terraced gardens, which resembles the Hanging Gardens of Babylonia (one of the Seven wonders of the ancient world), gives you a magnificent view of the tall ramparts. There are 71 suites and rooms, which are named after leading painters and artists of India.
How Do I Go to Neemrana Hotels at Tijara Fort Palace?
Neemrana Hotels is at Tijara city, in Alwar district.
New Delhi is at around 108 kilometers from this magnificent historical hotel. It takes around 2.5 to 3 hours journey by road from New Delhi, the capital of India. Delhi State Road Transport Corporation operates bus services to Tijara.
Alwar railway station is the nearest railway station to Neemrana Hotels, at around 60 kilometers distance.