Last December we embarked on an adventurous trip to Alwar. A trip one of its kind undertaken by two unchaperoned, middle aged ladies, with the ambitious project of seeking a ‘feel’  of the paranormal at the Bhangarh Fort, approximately 56 Kms. from Alwar, infamous for being haunted.

However, the hauntings proved lukewarm and lacking. But while with the snooper’s cap on, we made it to the exotic heritage hotel in Dadhikar – a ruined fort turned into a luxurious and enchanting haven amidst Nature’s bounties and serene splendour.

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At The Entrance Of The Fort

Dadhikar epitomizes entrepreneurship at its best. Ram Kaushik, the owner of the property, has singlehandedly revamped the entire structure to revive back the glory of the bygone era. The idea is to give the non-residential visitors and in-house guests a taste of royalty – a chance to rejuvenate tired body and mind in real regal extravagance.

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Front View Of The Fort

 

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The Impressive Gate To The Fort

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The Colourful Path Leading To The Fort

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Inside The Fort

The décor inside the Fort is antiquated best with a splash of modern amenities.

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View From The Fort

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A Covered Verandah Turned Into A Playroom

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Patches Of Colour Against The Stark Brown Façade

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The Balconies Open Up To Sky Unlimited

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The Rooms Have Names Too!

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Breathtaking Views

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Meal On The Terrace & A Turbaned Waiter In Attention!

The most wondrous thing is how meticulously and painstakingly the atmosphere of the Fort has been rebuilt by dramatically juxtaposing modern amenities with antique artifacts. We were not allowed to click inside the rooms. However, you can get a wide coverage of the premise in terms of décor, ambiance, location etc. if you take pains to visit their official website : http://www.dadhikarhotels.com.

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Cozy Nook By A Well-Cushioned Jharokha

And that’s me by the way!

For a more detailed review of Dadhikar Fort Heritage Hotel visit the link http://www.mouthshut.com/review/Dadhikar-Fort-review

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About gc1963

A working woman with interests in reading, writing, music, poetry and fine arts.

12 responses »

  1. Nice photographs….the picture of the door, I like that one most… 🙂

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  2. jmathur says:

    Hearty thanks for posting. Well, a complete review of this hotel must come from your pen. If the tariff is not very high, I would like to patron this hotel only upon visiting the city.

    Jitendra Mathur

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  3. abhijit says:

    Nice picture and nice description.

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  4. Bikramjit says:

    hello you in the last pic 🙂 lovely pics thank you for all the info on the place

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  5. KP says:

    I never knew of such an exotic and exciting place. Forts and palaces are converted into hotels,but to retain the old world charm and rustic beauty as this place does calls for some effort.The pictures spoke much about the place tempting tourists to visit.

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  6. indrani says:

    Nice pics from your trip. I like the effort they have put in to preserve the old looks.

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