mud walls, charming alcoves and impeccably designed fireplaces make guests feel right at home. Of course, it is no surprise that this feels like such a real glimpse of Rajasthan: every person who worked on this lavish escape is from the region. Experience Indian hospitality in the middle of the Thar Desert at Mihir Garh.
As you relax in one of the rooms—virtually all of which have a view of Mehrangarh Fort—embrace the feeling of juxtaposition here: old and new, traditional and modern… a true home thousands of miles from your own.
Sandwiched between two of India’s most famous wildernesses—Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary in Bharatpur and Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve in Sawai Madhopur—this is an ideal launching point for your explorations of the area.
impressive hotel sits on the edge of the Thar Desert within the walls of Nagaur’s stunning Ahhichatragarh Fort, and it still bears much of the magnificence of its former incarnation.
this heritage hotel has drawn literary luminaries ranging from Bruce Chatwin to William Dalrymple. In addition to boasting one of the best kitchens for traditional cuisine in the region—and even offering culinary workshops for guests—Rohet Garh offers a full slate of other things to do including equestrian activities and a “Village Safari.”