Bassi Fort, Chittaurgarh

One of the finest Chittaurgarh Hotels, the Bassi Fort is an example of the city's rich heritage and history. The Bassi Fort Palace Hotel in Chittaurgarh is one of the wonderful heritage hotels in the state of Rajasthan.

The fort was established during the 16th century by Thakur Jaimal. Belonging to the Sisodia Dynasty, he was Maharana Pratap's cousin. The Bassi Fort is the place where many heroic battles were fought. Today, it has been transformed into a sparkling luxurious abode for tourists and visitors in Chittaurgarh.

Nestled in the middle of breathtaking natural landscape decorated by lush green hills, the Bassi Fort is an architectural masterpiece of the royal past. The Hotel Bassi Fort Palace offers 16 magnificently decorated rooms, well served with top of the line facilities. The rooms have been categorized into Deluxe and Royal Suites. Some of the excellent facilities provided in these rooms are:

  • Laundry Service
  • Round the Clock Room Service
  • Doctor on Call
  • Color Television with Satellite Connection
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Telephones
Other facilities provided by the Bassi Fort Hotel are:
  • Spacious Car Parking
  • Dining Hall
  • Landscaped Gardens with the famous Kalp Brakhsha
  • Lobby
Bassi Fort is the hot bed of various recreational activities like horse riding, jungle safari, theme parties, picnic, hiking, trekking and celebration of various festivals. The multi cuisine restaurant of the Bassi Fort Palace presents some exotic dishes that satiate the palates of the food freaks.

Last Updated on 5 July 2010

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