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An ancient fort meets modern luxuryBishangarh, India

Those who’ve travelled around Rajasthan will tell you that around every bend in the road you’ll see an ancient fort. This, after all, was the land where local tribes fought off invaders and each other for centuries.

Alila Hotels and Resorts has converted a 230-year-old fort into a luxury hotel, with 59 suites, a wellness centre, pool, four restaurants and a juice bar. Like all Alila properties, there will also be an on-site concierge team organising guest activities, from culinary expeditions to cultural journeys. Plus, the hotel is just an hour from the Pink City of Jaipur.


get there

Fly into Jaipur airport and hire a car for a quick one hour drive to the hotel

  • Less than six kilometres off the Delhi-Jaipur National Highway, Alila Fort Bishangarh is easy to reach from both Delhi and Jaipur
  • The resort features a pool, a pool terrace and juice bar, a library, a fitness centre, a spa and a ‘Play Soldiers Club’ for kids
  • Rooms feature large bay windows & day-beds and can comfortably accommodate parties of up to four
  • There are also two specialty themed restaurants, an all-day cafe lounge, a bar and cigar room and a wine cellar all on-site

Double rooms from about US$170 a night.

Alila Hotels
alilahotels.com

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