My wife and I along with 2 other couples decided to take a two night break from Delhi and we found this absolutely perfect place. First one must accept that this is a 14th CENTURY....yes 14th fort which has been tastefully converted to a luxurious hotel.
This is no place for people looking for any activity although they did arrange for local rajasthani song and dance. This is a THE place if you want to sit on top of the fort facing green fields and have a beer or read or just sit together and chat. Which is what we did. The rooms are very clean, spaciaous and bathrooms clean. The shapes of the rooms are quite odd and not very symmetrical BUT remember its 600 + year old structure !!! Finally the food. We all found that although there was not too much variety the food was excellant. Only one word of caution. We all wanted to go for long walks after dinerr but alas there is harldy any place to go to since outside the fort are all villages and a single straight road. I did take one of the cycles provided by the Hotel and go for an early morning ride down the road......but there was nothing very exciting with bad roads and nothing to see.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The fourteenth century Hill Fort-Kesroli is one of the oldest heritage hotel sites in India ! Sited atop the rare, dark Hornstone Breccia rocks, you live among the security of splendid 700 year old walls which rise steeply to two hundred feet. You can enjoy the changing agrarian views of fields of mustard, millet and wheat. Kesroli makes an ideal base to visit the neighbouring palaces, museums, natural sites and sanctuaries of Alwar and Sariska. The origins of the seven-turreted Hill Fort-Kesroli are traced back to over seven centuries. It is believed to have been built by the Yaduvanshi Rajputs, who claim descent from Lord Krishna, but converted to Islam in the mid-fourteenth century to be called Khanzadas. The restoration process started in the year 1995 and the Hill Fort has been open to guests since 1998. Its interior gardens – both in the Mardana and the Zenana quarters are refreshing and intimate, framing the tent of sky above. A stunning pool rides over the view and leads to the restaurant turret. Kesroli also has facilities to confer in large or small rooms hidden below the ramparts. The duplex rooms are ideal for families with children as they offer them the excitement of a fort-destination. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hill Fort Kesroli Alwar
- Neemrana's - Hill-Fort, Kesroli Alwar, Rajasthan