"The reason for the immense popularity of Ramathra Fort is its close distance from the worldwide popular wildlife sanctuaries, Ranthambhore National Park in Sawai Madhopur and Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary in Bharatpur. One visit to this hotel is not enough to experience the adventurous stay in this hotel and one feels like staying here over and over again.
Ramathra Fort currently is owned by Thakur Brijendra Raj Pal and his royal descendants. The royal family follows a direct lineage with the founder King of Karauli. The Royal Fort was given as a fiefdom to Thakur Bhoj Pal by his father Maharaja of Karauli in the year 1645. Now it has been converted into an accommodation facility for tourists. The historical Shiva Mandir and Ganesh Mandir are still lying inside this heritage hotel in Karauli. The idol of Lord Shiva made from marble in this temple is a fine example of the spectacular craftsmanship of early 18th century.
The accommodation facilities in this heritage hotel are simply spectacular and are designed according to traditional Rajasthan architecture. The rooms are divided into 6 suites and 6 tent rooms.
Tourists love the family dining experience that is provided in this heritage hotel’s Dining area. The guests are served delicious home cooked food in here consisting of specially cooked Rajasthani food that oozes out mouthwatering Rajasthani flavors. The guests of the hotel also enjoy a socializing venture while dining in this heritage hotel of India. With exotic drinks on offer, everyone have a great time over here. The cook in here is very accommodating and can prepare dishes as per requests and whims of the guests.
Distance From Airport160 km
Distance From Station40 km
The town of Karauli in Rajasthan existed once as the capital city of the Royal state of Karauli. It was established in the year 1348 AD by Maharaja Arjun Dev Yadav in 1348. Throughout the history, the rulers of Yadav caste have dominated the town of Karauli. At the present moment, the numerous forts and palaces in the town are major tourist attractions. Also, the famous Ranthambore National Park is at a mere distance of 130 km from the town and hence tourists love staying in here.