Neemrana Fort Palace of Rajasthan is situated in village Neemrana of Alwar district. Maharaja Devi Singh Ji got the Neemrana palace constructed in the year 1464 AD. The descendants of Prithviraj Chauhan III, defeated by Mohammad Ghauri in the battle of Tarain, found their third capital in Neemrana. Raja Rajdeo selected the venue for the fort palace of Neemrana. The village Neemrana derives its name from Nimola Meo, a brave local chieftain. After he got defeated in a battle against the Chauhans, he implored them to give his name to his lost kingdom.
The Neemrana fort palace has now been converted into a heritage hotel.
One of the oldest heritage resorts in the country, Nimrana Fort Palace
Hotel of Rajasthan is rich with ancient magnificence. Each and every
room of the hotel has some historical story attached to it that gives
the theme for the room. Some of the suites have been imparted with the
titles like Sheesh Mahal, Chand Mahal, Surya Mahal, Barsat Mahal, etc.
Neemrana Fort Palace Heritage Hotel of Alwar takes you down the memory
lane and brings alive the regal splendor of the state.