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Reviewed 6 May 2017

Roopangarth Fort Palace is in the small town of Roopangarth i rajastan 100 miles west of Jaipur. The accomodation is immaculate 17th Fort with an 18th/19th palace inside. The best accomodation I have ever been in ,in the Queens apartments. Food was also excellent served on the battlements

Room Tip: Quuens apartments were exceptional, all that you would expect of a palace.
  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank wob58
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Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Well, it was for the first time I happened to stay in the fort and I must say that it make me feel like going to the times gone by.

This is not 5 star but it provides all the luxuries at a very nominal cost and the speciality remains the queens suit which makes you feel like a queen.

It has a tennis court which keeps you engaged for some extra activity.

I must say that I spent two nights in this fort and that was like king and food was also delicious.

One who is a real lover of exotic places and wish to find the royal living times he should stay in this fort.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled on business
Thank mukhtar8501
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Reviewed 24 March 2017

A huge room in an authentic Rajasthan fort. It retains loads of character and we had a warm welcome from our previous visit. Staff can't do enough for you and have plenty of expertise in where to visit in the area. We didn't have a car whilst there and Gopal arranged a jeep for us for trips we wanted to go on.

  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank buzzyant
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Reviewed 18 March 2017

When reading the other reviews we were wondering if we have been in the same place... On the good side: attentive staff; interesting location; very large room, with confortable bed. Some rooms are indeed beautiful (we could have a visit).
On the other side: no drinkable water provided in the room; bug in the bathroom, bird dejections everywhere, bees/wesps nest near the windows, dubious electrical cables; mosquito's nest with holes (to let enter the tubings for airco), just to name a few.
This place could be very nice with just a bit of renovation and cleaning.

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Didier D
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Reviewed 25 January 2017 via mobile

This fort hotel is actually located in Roopangarh which is bit distant from kishangarh (30-35 km). We were family if two adults and one toddler coming from chittorgarh and needed a one night halt somewhere in between before Delhi and opted for this hotel (instead of going into Jaipur city).
The hotel has many rooms but since we were the only guests for that day, we got one of the larger rooms and we loved it. It was not only spacious but had a lovely corridor adjacent and our toddler loved running around in all that space.
The hotel staff is courteous and helpful. However, if you are expecting Neemrana staff level of sophistication and hospitality, you will be disappointed. There aren't much activities to do in the hotel (we spotted a tennis court but not sure if there were any rackets) but if you love open spaces and relaxed time, this hotel will suffice. Also, the hotel is located in a village and the last 100 meters are through a dirty village road, which might get confusing. The locals cannot tell you the directions to the 'hotel' as they refer to this as 'qila' so ask for a qila if you are lost in the village.
The hotel is not totally disabled friendly.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled with family
Thank myunfinishedlife
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