The Neemrana Fort Palace is situated on a majestic plateau concealed in a horseshoe formation of the Aravalli ranges, considered the oldest fold mountains in the world. The beginnings of this rugged architectural jewel which rises to nine levels, date back to 1464 AD, making it India's oldest heritage resort. Conveniently located just off the Delhi Jaipur highway, Neemrana is Rajasthan's closest palace to India's capital. Today the property cover 10 hectares/25 acres. Forty two well appointed rooms, furnished in an eclectic mixture of traditional Indian and colonial furniture, welcome discerning travellers. Evocative public spaces lend themselves to memorable overnight conferences. In the short period since Neemrana opened its doors to the world, it has earned a reputation for its Rajasthani and French cuisines.
Neemrana Fort Palace Hotel is rich with historic grandeur in the sense that apart from being home to 42 well appointed rooms, it has a regaling story linked to every room, which in turn acts as the theme for that room. Titles of the order of Sheesh Mahal, Chand Mahal, Surya Mahal and Barsat Mahal impart some of these suites with a unique grandeur, of their own. The cuisine on offer in the hotel restaurant is chiefly Rajasthani and Continental in nature.