Info : Ranvas
Located within the centre of Ahhichatragarh Fort, Ranvas Nagaur is a stunning hotel rich in heritage. It has only recently been refurbished having been ruined during the India-Pakistan war in 1991 and then experiencing periods of neglect over the preceding decades. With busy, desert town life just outside the walls, the fort serves as an oasis of tranquillity for guests to relax around the pool or on the roof terraces.
The ramparts can be explored with a tour guide or by yourself. There are nearby temples to visit around Nagaur town and the surrounding desert can be explored by horseback, camel or car. After a busy day exploring the area or journeying from other areas of Rajasthan, guests can unwind by the pool or enjoy the spa treatments that are on offer.
There are 27 rooms spread through 10 havelis, each haveli having 2 or 3 spacious bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, private roof terraces and courtyards. The havelis vary in shape and design and are decorated traditionally, giving the hotel an authentic feel.
Situated partway between Jaipur and Jaisalmer, Ranvas Nagaur serves as a suitable place to stop for a night or two and explore the ramparts before entering the Thar Desert or returning into the heart of Rajasthan. With the ability to relax or explore, this hotel is recommended for families and couples, young or old, as well as honeymooners as the fort provides for a romantic setting at night.
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Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
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