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Heritage Hotels of Neemrana Group in India

Even though history is a record of the past, it lives in the present and waits in the future. Come, enact your private history in real life settings. Where valour, romance, feasting and celebrations have had a history of their own. Our eleven Neemrana 'non-hotels'- from the 14th of the 21st centuries offer a panorama of 700 years! In setting which many a king and queen have called their home. We'd like you to sense that feeling too as you raise a toast to the bygone builders whose creations you enjoy. Travel, give value to the time you are spending on planet Earth.

The incredible Neemrana Circuit - only Neemrana 'non-hotel' Hotels offer you
7 centuries of lifestyle from the 14th c. to the 21st - a panorma of 700 years !

Kesroli | Alwar | Cochin | Tranquebar | Pondicherry | Metheran | Malleswaram
| Coonoor | Coorg | Patiala | Ramgarh | Shekhavati | Pataudi | Rishikesh

14th
Century

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The origins of the seven-turreted Hill Fort of Kesroli are traced back to over six centuries. It is reputed to have been built by the Yaduvanshi Rajputs, descendants of
The Hill Fort
( Neemrana Hotels )

Kesroli, Alwar,
Rajasthan, India
 
Lord Krishna, who converted to Islam in the mid - 14th century to be called Khanzadas. It subsequently changed hands, being conquered by the Mughals and
     
Built since 1464 AD, Neemrana Fort-Palace is among India's oldest heritage resorts. Neemrana became the third capital of the descendants of Prithviraj Chauhan III, who was killed in
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15th
Century
battle by Mohammad Ghori in 1192 AD. This picturesque site was chosen by Raja Rajdeo and Neemrana derived its name from a brave local chieftain Nimola Meo, who when
 
     

16th
Century

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Le Colonial, by the Chinese fishing nets of Cochin is probably Asia's oldest colonial house- dating back to 1506. Just adjacent to St. Francis Church
Le Colonial
( Neemrana Hotels )
Cochin
Kerala, India
 
, it is reputed to have housed Vasco da Gama and the Saint. After 150 years as the Protuguese Governer's home, it was one of the rare houses not to be destroyed
     
Cochin is as picturesque and vibrant today as in the past, where the Portuguese, Dutch and British enacted their private histories.The Tower House, facing the Chinese
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17th
Century
fishing nets of Cochin, marks the spot of a 17th century light house. Its vast high-ceilinged halls and arched doors flanked by colonial pillars, is a sheer delight to walk through and
 
     

17th
Century

- Tranquebar, 15 km south of the ancient Chola port of Pumpuhar, and 15 km north of the former French comptoir of Karoikal, was a Danish settlement from 1620 to 1845
Bungalow on The Beach,
( Neemrana Hotels )
Tranquebar,
Tamil Nadu, India
  Two restored buildings will stand as reminders of a Danish Admiral, Ove Gedde, sent by the king of Denmark with two ships. They were well received by the Nayak ruler of
     
The Gate House, just by the gateway to this haloed world of white homes and Lutheran churches, is a palm ringed property with a cooling pool at its heart. The rooms are
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17th
Century
traditional with a contemporary uncluttered feel. Guests can live here or in any of the other properties, but are free to dine at the Bungalow on the Beach or at the Tamil Nadu Hotel..
 
Gate House
( Neemrana Hotels )
Tranquebar
Tamil nadu, India
     

18th
Century

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Hotel De L'Orient opens its doors to discerning travellers as it captures the essence of coastal Pondicherry, once a French comptoir in les Indes which caught the

Hotel De L'Orient
( Neemrana Hotels )
Pondichery
Tamil Nadu, India
  imagination of the whole Occident.
     
Raised like a dream in the Sahyadri ranges - a new path in the forest clears up in Matheran, the last British hill station. Chug up in a toy train or walk, trot, dandi in palanquins past
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19th
Century
the gigantic mansions built by the British, the Parsis, and the Bohras - for Matheran is Asia's only pedestrian hill resort
 

Varandah in the Forest
( Neemrana Hotels )
Raigarh
Maharashtra, India

     

19th
Century

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A garden home in Malleswaram, once the vegetarian-Brahmin stronghold of Bangalore. The name Pottipati derives from a village in Andhra Pradesh from where its owners, the Reddy family, originally migrated here........
Villa Pottipati
( Neemrana Hotels )

Bangalore
Karnataka, India
   
     

Wallwood is situated in the heart of upper Coonoor, was built over a 100 years ago by a Scottish Major General, hailing from the village Blair Athol in Scotland (the Duke of Athol still lives in Scotland in his own castle).
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19th
Century
   
Wallwood Garden,
( Neemrana Hotels )

Coonoor
Tamil Nadu, India
     

19th
Century

- The Green Hills Estate was the residence of the Diwans of Rajas of the Coorg in the South-West Karnataka. IT was built in 1898 by Apparanda Rao Bhadur Chengappa.
  He was the son of the Diwan Bopanna. Designed by Swiss architect this grand mansion sits on the raised clearing in the rainforest, among a hundred acres of coffe
     
Neemrana Hotels has just restored a new property in Patiala called the Baradari Palace. Patiala has always been known for its rich cultural heritage. With a history of
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19th
Century
patronage, it remained the cultural capital of Punjab. Even today, it has much to offer in terms of museums, palaces and parks.
 
     

19th
Century

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In the foothills of the Himalayas, The Old Bungalow- 1830, and The Writers' Bungalow -1860, are located in the fruit basket of the Kumaon region. These heritage structures
The Ramgarh Bungalows
( Neemrana Hotels )

Ramgarh, Nainital, Uttaranchal
  once housed the British and Indian officers as well as their wives who travelled on horseback and palanquins.
     
This was the home of Seth Piramal Chaturbhuj Makharia (1892-1958) whose fortune was made in Bombay, trading in cotton, opium, silver and other commodities. Built in the
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20th
Century
Rajasthani-colonial style of the 1920's, The Piramal Haveli is an 8-room'non-hotel.' It is 250 kms.from Delhi and 100 kms. from Neemrana and is run by the same management. Here, the famed traditional.
 
The Piramal Haveli
( Neemrana Hotels )
Jhunjhunu Shekhavati
Rajasthan, India
     

20th
Century

- Just sixty kilometers (one and half hour) from Delhi , lies the home of the cricket legend Nawab Mansur Ali Khan – better known as Tiger; his wife Sharmila Tagore of Bollywood fame,
Pataudi Palace
( Neemrana Hotels )

Gurgaon
Haryana, India
  and their celebrity son Saif Ali Khan. Tread the luxury of sprawling gardens at The Pataudi Palace, an oasis in the verdant countryside of Haryana. The noble, white palace built
     
The Glasshouse on the Ganges is one of the Neemrana Hotels, each of which honour extraordinary historical or natural sites-or-even both! The Glasshouse is set in a
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21st
Century
lychees orchard with a garden of tropical plants, are birds and butterflies. It has a sand beach of its own. This secluded property has four cotages overlooking the Ganges and the mountains beyond. Its private spring water matches the
 

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