We visited Neemrana fort palace for a weekend two night three day stay end July and the experience right from the booking, initial exchange of mails /telephonic conversations to the actual stay was exceptional -special mention of Mr Manohar and Mr Pankaj who went out of the way to make our stay comfortable and enjoyable . Every review has repeatedly highlighted the sheer beauty of this place ,the architectural splendour ,the laid back atmosphere,the magnificence of the evening sky ,the constant sounds of the peacocks early morning and the breathtaking view of the fort lit up at night -but I would like to add a few more pointers which may help the discerning travellers with similar interests 1) For visitors from Delhi be prepared for some delay ,and disruption near Shahjahanpur as the Road is booked due to ongoing farmers agitation-this becomes worse on the return journey 2) To really soak in the ambience and the various moods of this wonderful place I would advise a two night stay ( if possible) - 3) We had all our meals ( except buffet breakfast ) at Rajmahal bar /snack and did not feel the need for a heavy buffet /gala lunch or dinner.One can take snacks ,drinks and enjoy soup in a relaxed manner with less crowd -thanks to Mr Namdeo who attended on us 4) The early morning dance of the peacocks Is a must see from the fort . 5) This one is specially for the bird lovers -there are lots more birds to be explored nearby apart from the peacock and parrots , Everyday In the morning 6am we went fur a walk through the nearby Neemrana farm house and along the farm land and aravali hill areas and surprisingly saw a lot of birds ( some new even for us )- Indian Robin, Golden orioles,Red wattled lapwings,hoopee, paddy field pippet , plum headed parakeet, little Asian bee eater,grey franklin( titar) ,sparrows, knob headed duck female and Indian silver bill etc ( any one interested in more information can contact ) 6) A walk to the nearby Neemrana baoli is a must ( we were guide by Mr Pankak ) .It’s a architectural splendour -9 storeys deep with a very deep well 7) The evening sunset is a out of the world experience -the orange coloured gray sky on one side and the beautifully lit up fort on the other side -dp just enjoy and take life long photo memories with you 8) The evening cultural Saturday night performance at the amphitheater is also a must attend It’s a must visit place and should be in ones bucket list…
Me and my girlfriend visited here today for my birthday party which also happened to be a surprise dinner planned by her on the Neemrana Fort Rooftop that turned out to be a proposal 😋. The place is eauisite with an out of the world experience. Sorrounded by hills on one side and the city on another, it was the fanciest life had ever . And none of this would have been possible without the help of F&B service Mr. Prateek Yadav and Chandra Prakash. They were excellent helps, very kind and hospitable. And in case you want to capture these lovely moments, do ask for Mr. Prateek. Way to go guys! 💪
Great stay, clean rooms, excellent food. It's & especially very warm & welcoming staff.The property is beautiful. Staff are very hospitable. The ambience and food is really good. A mention to Mr. Pankaj of Front Office who really made our stay truly awesome.We will visit again.
It was a wonderful experience at Neemarana palace. It was a royal room and good balcony view. There was a Rajasthani dance also on Saturday and it was awesome we enjoyed it a lot. There was this guy named Pankaj that helped me to get the booking at the last moment when rooms were about to sold out . Thank you pankaj for your sincere attention towards us . Thanks again
We are a family of four and we stayed at Neemrana fort palace for two nights. The stay was very comfortable. The fort palace is a unique blend of heritage and modern amenities. We are especially thankful to Mr. Shukla and Mr. Rawal sir for their special attention. We thank each and every staff member of Neemrana for making our family holiday memorable.