A hill fort Kesroli located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan dates back to the 14th century. It was constructed during the reign of the Yaduvanshi Rajputs, who were believed to be the descendants of Lord Krishna.
This fort has been a witness to many historical battles. It was conquered by the Mughals, then the Jats and finally came under the rule of the Rajputs in the year 1775. The golden period of the Kesroli fort lasted from 1882 to 1934 under Ranawat Thakur Bhawani Singh.
Hillfort Kesroli was declared a heritage site by the Government of India due to its historical and architectural importance. In 2004, it was taken on lease by the fort Neemrana place Group of Hotels.
The architecture of Hill fort Kesroli
Built on top of a large rock, the fort has a spectacular design and layout. The fort is surrounded by a fortified wall with towers to watch over the soldiers. The verandahs of the fort are arched.
The main fort is made of granite with many pillars. The granite fort facilitates a serene atmosphere within the building. The fort is square in shape and has many large halls and rooms within it. The rooms have large windows. It can accommodate about 100 people.
Attractions of Hill fort Kesroli
Staying in Kesroli Fort Hotel can make you feel like a majestic one. Fort spacious rooms that retain the glory of the bygone era and which are today adorned with modern technology,
Naming room types can be mesmerizing to make you feel like a king. The names of the rooms are Mubarak Mahal, Rajhans Mahal, Nirmal Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Man Burj etc.
Hotel Kesroli Fort has thirty-one rooms out of which four are duplex suites, five are grand rooms, ten are suites and twelve are rooms. There are thirteen rooms on the ground floor, nine rooms on the first floor, and nine rooms on the lower pool level. Each room has an attached bathroom.
The best time to visit Hill fort Kesroli is from October to March.
Tariffs range from Rs. 3,000.00 to Rs. 14,000.00 depending on the type of room. During the offseason from April to August, room rates are further discounted.
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