Castle Bijaipur, Chittaurgarh

Castle Bijaipur is one of the most luxurious hotels of Chittaurgarh. Located around 40 km from Chittaurgarh, the hotel is set in the serene Vindhyachal Mountain Ranges. There are 24 rooms available at the Castle Bijaipur of Chittaurgarh. This hotel was built in the 16th century by the brother of Maharana Pratap, Rao Shakti Singhji. The castle was converted into a heritage hotel by the present owner Rao Saheb Narendra Singh.

There are 16 well furnished suites at the Castle Bijaipur hotel. The suites consist of a bedroom, living room, dressing room and bathroom. The furniture is exquisite and beautifully designed. Besides these suites, single and double rooms are also available at the Castle Bijaipur in Chittaurgarh.

Castle Bijaipur offers a host of amenities for its guests. These include 24 hour room service, telephone, television, personal safe, laundry services, beauty saloon, baby sitting, money exchange, doctor on call and travel assistance. The hotel also has a swimming pool where the guests can relax and spend a quite afternoon.

The restaurant of Castle Bijaipur at Chiitaurgarh offers Indian, Chinese and Continental food. However, the specialty of this restaurant is the Rajasthani cuisine it serves, which is a rave among the guests. There is also a fully stocked bar at the hotel.

The Castle Bijaipur hotel also offers a host of activities for its guests. The hotel is located close to a wildlife sanctuary, which is home to a number of animals and birds. The hotel organizes a number of adventure activities like:
  • Jeep Safari
  • Horse Safari
  • Wildlife Safari
  • Village Safari
  • Trekking
  • Fishing Boating
Castle Bijaipur of Chittaurgarh also organizes daylong excursions to the nearby places of Chittorgorh Fort, Pangarh Fort, Lotus Lake, Modia Mahadev Bandh, Choti Gwalior Fort, Menal Temple and Water Falls and Bassi.

Last Updated on 5 July 2010

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