News Here's What Makes Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur The Ideal Place For A Regal Escapade

Here's What Makes Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur The Ideal Place For A Regal Escapade

If you're looking for a colourful and opulent escapade for your rebound trip, then the 230-year-old Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur is your best bet.


By Bayar Jain Published on Oct 05, 2020, 02:38 PM

Here's What Makes Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur The Ideal Place For A Regal Escapade
Photo Courtesy: Alila Fort Bishangarh

Regality knows no bounds at the Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur. If you’re looking for a colourful and opulent escapade for your rebound trip, then this 230-year-old heritage fortress is your best bet. Here’s why.

Tucked snuggly in Rajasthan’s Aravalli Hills, merely an hour-and-a-half away from the bustling city of Jaipur, heritage fortress turned heritage hotel Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur radiates opulence like no other. Dressed in a melange of Jaipur Gharana’s architecture with hints of Mughal and British influences, the charm here is irresistible. The warrior fort—the only one to be converted into a heritage hotel—is equal parts modern and majestic. Picture colourful havelis embraced by Bishangarh village’s simplicity, which is further accentuated by Hyatt’s signature hospitality.

Alila Fort Bishangarh
Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur is nestled amid Rajasthan’s Aravalli hills.

The blend of Indian heritage and modern luxury resonates effortlessly in each of the 59 elegant rooms and suites here. From large bay windows overlooking the Aravalli hills to day beds and footed bathtubs, when here, a family of four can experience comfortable royalty with ease.

Alila Fort Bishangarh
Each accommodation type of this hotel offers stunning views of the Aravalli hills.

The 1,00,000-square feet hotel is designed to pamper guests with its many offerings. Take their culinary experiences, for instance. At the Daya Ki Rasoi here, guests can indulge in traditional chulha (a mud stove made using clay) cooking and gorge on a lavish Rajasthani platter. Their other restaurants: Amarsar, a silk-route inspired all-day dining space; Nazaara, an outdoor terrace with sand-pit cooking options; and Madhuveni bar also aim to please. If the use of traditional cooking methods like handi and kulhads weren’t enough, sourcing via their in-house organic farm helps bring an added layer of earthiness to each dish.

Alila Fort Bishangarh
Nazaara is an outdoor terrace restaurant, which has sand-pit cooking options for the guests.

With plenty of open-air spaces to boast of and countless indoor venues reimagined for social distancing, Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur is also an ideal choice for a lavish wedding in the post-pandemic era. A harmonious blend of privacy and security, along with environmentally-conscious choices make a wedding here hassle-free yet memorable.

Alila Fort Bishangarh
The hotel has many open-air spaces for a socially-distanced wedding.

Plus, the entire resort can be booked for the ultimate private sojourn as well! With exclusivity being a major factor for intimate weddings, guests to the property can even book the entire hotel for their big day.

Alila Fort Bishangarh
Guests can book the entire resort for an exclusive, intimate wedding.

If weddings aren’t on the cards, then a simple getaway here is just as memorable too. A series of customised activities offering a multifaceted outlook on Rajasthan’s traditions, cultures, and heritage await.

Alila Fort Bishangarh
Guests can enjoy various customised activities during their stay here.

Getting there: Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur is located three hours away from New Delhi, and an hour-and-a-half away from Jaipur; both of which are well connected to major cities by air. From the airports, one can easily drive down to the palatial retreat.

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Written By

Bayar Jain

Bayar Jain

Senior Content Manager

Equipped with a degree in Sociology (Honours) from the University of Delhi and a postgraduate diploma in English Journalism and Mass Communication from Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai, Bayar enjoys sharing stories of people, places, and different cultures. When not typing her travel tales, you can catch the hobbyist photographer capturing ..Read More

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