Ranvas, Nagaur

About the Hotel

Within this magnificent fort lies an 18th Century Residence of the Rani's of Maharaja Bakshi singh of Jodhpur, which have been meticulously restored to offer elegant accommodation within their 10 haveli's. Each Haveli is named after one of the Rani's. In one of the most well preserved queenly residence guest can have a chance to experience living heritage. This is a heritage property in the purest sense - a regal residence, from which to explore ahhichatragarh fort, also simply known as the nagaur fort. During the 18th Century, the ruling maharaja of the time, Bakhat Singh sought to create refuge for the external troubles of warfare and politics. The Result was a pleasure palace, evoking the sense through artistic pleasures, from the sound of water fountain, to vivid fresco Painting and perfectly constructed geometric gardens.

Accommodation details

The Ranvas comprises 33 bedrooms in total, with each Haveli comprising three bedrooms(ranging from single to queen Sizes and Suite level) under one key, Each haveli features a private courtyard, an outside Living Area, furnished with rare artefacts from the surrounding region. Today, the Ranvas features a swimming Pool and two Restaurents. The all day, Baradari Dinning Pavilion serves local Mughal Sufi Cuisine and a host of internatinal dishes to suitr your plates. Fine dining restaurant which offers a la carte menus inspired by the Rani's Royal Kitchens. A dedicated Spa, hammam and Library is also planned.

Activities

Ahichhatragarh, Nagaur plays host to the highly-acclaimed Sufi Festival, organised annually by the Mehrangarh Museum Trust. Nagaur is also home to the famous Nagaur Cattle Fair. Ranvas is the ideal base from which to explore the magnificent Ahichhatragarh Fort, walk the bazaars of old Nagaur just minutes from the Fort, Visit nearby temples and the Dargah of a prominent Sufi Saint or take a ride on horseback. Alternatively guests may choose to relax by the several discreet locations around the fort.

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