architecture of the hotel is blending to the
mansions of the region with modern facilities.
It is situated on the main road leading to the
city, close to National Highway 11 between Jaipur
and Bikaner. Ideal place for small group and
family stay. It offers 5 AC and 3 Non AC rooms
with modern amenities. Restaurant serves variety
of cuisine and Bar with choice of Indian made
liquors and beer. Camping facility also available
for carvan travelers. Hotel
provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan
with safety and security.
km Jaipur is the nearest airport.
Bus Stand: A
network of bus services links Fatehtpur with
several cities within and outside the State.
Railway Station: Regular
rail services connects with Delhi and Jaipur.
Air Conditioned Rooms with attached Toilets
with running Hot & Cold Water Telephone
& Colour Television facility available in
Restaurant of hotel offers Rajasthani, Indian
and Continental cuisine.
Serving Indian, Rajasthani liquor & wine.
On EP Plan
Tariff on EP Except 24th to 31st Dec 14 (8 Nights)
Season Tariff - Apr to Sept
Tariff - Oct. to March
: Applicable Taxes extra as per Govt.
order at the time of Check out.
Tariff is subject to change without any notice
EP = Room Rent
NH-11, Near SDM Court, Fatehpur
Contact Person: Mr. Bhanwar Singh
in the Shekhawati Region and generally known
as “The Open-Air At Gallery” . The Magnificent
havelis or mansions, built by rich merchants
of the region, display a unique architectural
style that evolved around the courtyards to
ensure safety and privacy of the women folk
and protection from the heart of the long and
Trains, cars, balloons, telephones, gramophones,
English men in hunting attires and portraits
of the havelis owners primly dressed, were painted
all over the walls – thus making the havelis
interesting for the Indian and foreign travelers.
Fatehpur was founded in the mid 15th century
by Fateh Khan- a Kayamkhani nawab, the town
is noted for unmatched frescoes. Its central
location attracted many wealthy merchants and
has some exquisite havelis – a combination of
the Indian and the western styles. Of particular
note among these are the Chamariya and Singhania
Mandawa: (21 km) Founded in the 18th
century, this medieval fort dominates the town
with a painted arched gateway adorned woth Lord
Krishna and is cows. The Chokhani and Ladia
havelis and the street with Saraf havelis are
some of the spending examples of this town.
Mukundgarh: (35 km) Known for its fine
havelis and the fort.
Dundlod: (20 km) Known for its fort,
and a palace. Havelis of the Goenka family are
Nawalgarh: (18 km)It has the finest of
shekhawati’s frescoes. Its two old forts and
palaces with garden and fountains along with
a host of temples know for their architecture
and rescoes add interest to the town.
Mehansar: (29 km) sone-Chandi-ki-Haveli
and Raghunath temple with beautiful paintings
resembling the Bikaner school of art are worth
Ramgarh: (19 km) Famous for Shekhawati
wooden furniture and handicrafts.
Salasar: (35 km) Famous temple of Lord
Hanuman where lacs of devotees visit every year.
Taj Chhapar: (100 km) is home to the
endangered species of black buck and some migratory
places can be visited in the vicinity of 50km.