An ancient town of Rajasthan, India, Neemrana is situated in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. Its on the Delhi - Jaipur highway, the fort was constructed in the 14th century by the Chauhan's which had their reign on the fort till India got Independence of the British.
The fort was being ruled by the direct lineage of prithivi raj chuahan. The fort was sold by them to the hotel group of Neemrana Hotels after the abolition of privy purses which converted this hotel into a heritage hotel.
Neemarana was built since 1464 AD, the fort is today one of India's oldest heritage hotels or resorts which was started in 1986. The fort gives way to many beautiful views and great splendid views. The place get sits name from the Nimola Meo, a brave hearted local chief. The Chauhan capital was shifted from Alwar to Neemrana, when Raja Dup Raj established this town in the year 1467. As of now if we talk about Neemrana, it is a popular destination as a venue for grand weddings and conferences as well. This hotel has a superior sense to it, that when you enter this place you are taken to a different place altogether. The ambience catches all your attention , everything in the fort will pull your attention, from the period furniture to antique and unique paintings and other articles present. The frescoed paintings are also very interesting and are a sure to catch your attention.
An adventure company by the name of Flying Fox Neemrana was opened at Neemrana Fort - Palace in the January of 2009. This adventure company provides the visitors with a chance to know about the history of the fort, its amazing experience at the vicinity and also the bio- diversity.
At a little distance from Neemrana is also another fort in Alwar district called kesroli. This is also a heritage site. The lines of this fort are tracked down from the Matsya Janapada of the times of Mahabharata.
Kesroli, one can see the oldest remains of the Viratnagar, where Pandavas spent the last year of their fourteen year of un-identifiable exile.
Neemrana is a place where one can go easily, it is at a 100 kilometre distance from the IGI airport if New Delhi and hence is close from the national capital too.
One must visit it to feel royal and be there and feel the royal city of Rajasthan.