Tijara Fort

Tijara Fort

Once unfinished and abandoned , a palace that has now been lovingly restored and made into a dream. There are 71 suites and rooms named after India’s leading painters, designers and aesthetes who have helped create them. One stay at this amazing 19th-century Fort-Palace will get you started on the discovery of the most unique heritage
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An impressive, pillared building near the Entrance is the Hawa Mahal or palace of winds. This is used for dining and conferring under a gigantic lantern-chandelier. The Rani Mahal, on the north-west corner of the property, was the palace of the queens. It has amazing views on the countryside as well as the gardens.They have lifts for easy access to upper floors, and ramps in common areas .
All you want to do over the weekend here is just lounge about, read, interact with the rest of the group, make new friends, play some cards/board games and enjoy the food.

You could view this as a wonderful break in what we think is just a glorious suburb of Delhi , that also allows you to soak in the finer aspects of heritage living, through enjoying lazy meals and great conversations Come Breakaway…

4-7 Days


₹ 20,000/- onwards