Neemrana became the third capital of the descendants of Prithviraj Chauhan
III, who was killed in battle by Mohammad Ghori in 1192 AD. This
picturesque site was chosen by Raja Rajdeo. Neemrana derived its name from
a brave local chieftain Nimola Meo, who when defeated by the Chauhans,
pleaded that his name be given to his lost kingdom.
Hotel Neemrana Fort
Neemrana Fort Palace covers an area of 25 acres or 10 hectares. The
stepped palaces of this architectural jewel cut into the hillside and
cover over 3 acres or 1.2 hectares and rises to 10 levels commanding the
most splendid views. From 1986,the ruins of this fort palace have been
sensitively restored and reconstructed. The rooms are furnished with an
eclectic mix of traditional Indian and colonial furniture, antiques and
artistic objects. Most rooms have private balconies or terraces with
excellent views of the surrounding.
In Neemrana Fort Palace there are about 40 rooms with 33 double and 38
single beds. There are so much beds that it can accommodate about 104
guests without extra beds. For conferences there are Nazara Mahal which
seats about 50 guests and Darbar Mahal which can occupy about 100 guests.
The Neemrana Fort Palace has various dining restaurants like Raj Mahal,
Hawa Mahal, Aam Khas, Panch Mahal, Amaltasse, Aranya Mahal, Holi Kund and
Maha Burj. For recreation there are various facilities like bar, pool and
health club and facility of indoor games is also there.