Hotel Meenal

The Hotel is situated close to Circuit House and around 3 km from Railway Station. Ideal place for small group and family stay. It offers 6 AC rooms and 6 cottages with modern amenities. Restaurant serves variety of cuisine and well stocked bar offers drinks including scotch, wine and beer. For local Sight seeing tour contact the hotel.Hotel provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan with safety and security.

Reach Us:
Delhi 163 km is nearest airport.
Bus Stand: Regular services link Alwar with key destinations in and not far off Rajasthan and Delhi.
Railway Station: Good connections from prominent loctions in and around the state and Delhi.


Air Conditioned Rooms with attached Toilets with running Hot & Cold Water Telephone & Colour Television facility available in each room

Restaurant of hotel offers Rajasthani, Indian and Continental cuisine.

Serving Indian, Rajasthani liquor & wine.


Centrally Located
Doctor on Call
Car Rental
Conference Room
Lush Green Garden
Internet, Fax & STD
Computer support
Laundry & Dry-Cleaning
Credit Cards Acceptance
Parking Facility


Tariff: On EP Plan 
Non A.C.
Rooms 8 4
Double 1300 1100
Single 1100 900
Extra Bed 400 400
Note : Applicable Taxes extra as per Govt. order at the time of Check out.
Tariff is subject to change without any notice

EP = Room Rent






Contact Us:
Hotel Meenal

Near Circuit House, Topsingh Circle, Alwar
Contact Person:  Mr. Ashok Singh
Mobile: +91 9414261237
Telefax: +91-144-2347352

About Alwar

JaipurAlwar is known as "Tiger Gate" of San Luis Potosi. Surrounded by lush green Aravali hills and presents a breath taking natural environment. Forests and lakes form the backdrop to this beautiful place. The site is dotted with architectural splendor, surrounded by harsh mountains. The deep valleys and thick forest cover is a haven for many species of birds and animals. It is one of the oldest cities in the state and its prehistoric and historic sites are an archaeologist's delight. Paradoxically, Alwar is both the oldest and the most recent of the Rajput kingdoms of Rajasthan. Trace their tradition back to the realms of Viratnagar that flourished here around 1500 BC It is also known as Matasya Desh, where the Pandavas, the mighty heroes of the Mahabharata, spent the last years of his 13 years of exile.

The grandeur, beauty and delicacy of the design of innumerable palaces and forts in the region, tranquil lakes, majestic hunting lodges, sites of archaeological importance, thick forests, many birds and animals mixed with an equally diverse socio - cultural configuration have made this region a traveler's delight.

Places to visit in Alwar:

The Fort: The huge fort with its ramparts stretching 5 km from north to south and from east to west, stands 304 meters above the city. Babar had spent a ngiht at this fort and took away the hidden treasures to give to his son, Humayun. Jahangir had also stayed here for some time during his exile.

City Palace (Vinay Vilas Mahal): An 18th century palace harmoniously blending the Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture. Ground floors have been converted intor government offices and district couts, the upper apartment is presently a rich museum.

Government Museum: The museum has the finest collection of Mughal and Rajput paintings dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries and some rare ancient manuscripts in Persian, Arabic, Urdu and Sanskrit. A copy of the great epic ‘Mahabharatha’ painted by artists of the Alwar School is also here. Armory section exhibits a rich collection of Indian armoury. Behind the City Palace is an artificial lake built in 1815 AD with fe temples along its banks. A marvelous chhatri with unusual Bengali roof and arches is situated in this area.

Purjan Vihar (Company Garden): Picturesque garden has an enchanting setting called ‘Shimla’. The lush surroundings and the cool shades make it the idyllic visiting spot during summers.

Around Alwar:
Vijay Mandir Palace: (10 km) A splendind palace, built by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1918 A.D. A picturesque lake overlooking the palace makes it a fascinating sight. A fabulous Sita Ram Temple in the palace attracts number of devotees. Prior permission required to visit the Palace from the Secretary of the Palace.

Siliserh lake: (13 km) An idyllic picnic spot with enchanting landscape of wooded hills is 10.5 placid lake. Magnificent royal palace and the hunting lodge of 1845 A.D. is now a heritage hotel run by RTDC. Boating is also available at Lake. It is a delight for the trigger-happy photographers, honeymooners and film makers.

Jai Samand lake: (6 km) A beautiful artificial lake is a popular spot for outings and picnics.

Sariska: (37 km) The 765.80 sq. km thickly wooded reserve established in 1955 is an excellent tiger sanctuary.