"Beautifully nestled in the rugged hills of Aravalli Hills is the majestic Nahargarh Palace in Sawai Madhopur. Converted into a hotel, Nahargarh boasts of providing royal luxurious stay and warm hospitality to its guests. Offering an enchanting view of the Man Sagar Lake, Nahargarh also provides you with a tranquil atmosphere and being easily accessible is also one of the most sought after hotels in the city.
Offering a breathtaking view, Nahargarh was built in 1734 by Jai Singh and was later renamed as Nahargarh after the name of the then prince, Nahar Singh. The place was considered as a royal retreat for the Maharanis of the time and was also used as residence by the royal family in summer. The Palace has now been converted in to a heritage hotel replete with modern luxuries.
Nahargarh, Ranthambore, Sawai Madhopur comprises of 80 spacious deluxe and super deluxe rooms, boasting of an alluring aristocratic feel. The rooms have been placed in a peaceful setting so that the guests can have a comfortable stay, away from mayhem of city. The rooms on the first floor come with private courtyards so that you can relish wonderful views of the surroundings. Similarly, the rooms on the second floor feature a private terrace with stunning view of the Ranthambore National Park. Each room has a unique setting and color palette. Traditional décor with vintage furniture offers a royal feel. The world-class modern comforts make your stay even more memorable. Some of the modern facilities and amenities in the room are telephone, air-conditioner, fan, Television with sable/satellite connection, free internet or wi- fi complimentary, attached bathroom with running hot and cold water etc.
Offering mouthwatering delights to pamper your taste buds, Nahargarh Fort indeed provides its guests with a memorable dining experience. Be it Indian, Chinese or Continental or local Rajasthani delicacies you will get everything at Nahargarh to pamper your taste buds.
Distance From Airport192 Km
Distance From Station12 Km
Known for its historic fort of Ranthambore and a famous project tiger reserve, Sawai Madhopur is one of the chief towns and a major tourist attraction of Rajasthan. The city is also famous for its temples and is therefore visited not only by tourists and wildlife lovers but also by pilgrims.