welcome to deogarh mahal
a heritage hotel
Deogarh Mahal is an imposing structure built in the 17th century. It stands atop a hill and offers a commanding view of the Aravalli mountain range and the numerous lakes, strewn across the countryside. Centuries in the making, Deogarh Mahal's history begins far before the majestic palace was ever built. Even at first glance at the palace, it's obvious that Deogarh Mahal has been an integral part of the Mewar aristocracy and heritage, passed down from many Rawats, a local title equivalent to Raja, to be used as a personal residence and fort.
A HERITAGE HOTEL
Deogarh Mahal – Luxury Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan was converted into a Hotel by the Deogarh family members. A part of the Mahal is still occupied by them. The family is closely associated with the hotel and personally supervise and manage it. The care is reflected in the minutest details which have made Deogarh a benchmark of Heritage Hospitality in Rajasthan. Every guest here is special and is treated with the customary Mewari hospitality.
A LUXURY VILLA
fort seengh sagar
After much anticipation the illustrious Deogarh family have finished converting one of their forts into an exceptionally luxurious villa, and created the magical ‘Fort Seengh Sagar’. This island fortress is truly awe-inspiring; sitting in the middle of a lake (monsoon dependent) and is set amidst a dramatic rocky landscape. Just 5 km from Deogarh Mahal and close to the ruins of the deserted village of Manpura, there are wonderful places to explore and excellent rural walking and bird watching to be done.
LUXURIOUS AC TENTS
Tents are so luxurious that one is tempted to call them glamping lodges. ’16 Luxurious AC tents are water proof on the outside, and have mesmerizing interiors which originate from an old design. Comfort is of utmost importance and is well noticeable by the little details everywhere, from the hot water in the showers to the cosy hot water bottles placed in the beds. There is plenty to do and at one’s own pace. Morning walks, bird watching and village tours are a treat, and sitting outside ‘Deogarh Khayyams’ Luxurious tents in the starry night sky with a blazing fire is simply divine.
WEDDINGS & EVENTS
the royal weddings
Deogarh Mahal is a heritage hotel that has its Royal character embedded into it. The Mahal has 55 rooms and each room has a distinct identity and treasures a history behind it.
Every room has different themes, character and a name. At Deogarh we have three locations – Mahal, Khayyam and Fort Seengh Sagar. Khayyam has 16 luxury lodges and Seengh Sagar has four exclusive suites. These three locations are 5 kms / 15 min drive from each other. So collective inventory is 75 Double rooms. We provide internal transfers in open vehicles between the locations during the event.
rooms and suites
The hotel has 60 Rooms ( 1 Maharana Suite 4 Royal Suites, 30 Deluxe Suites, 25 Deluxe Rooms). Each room is comfortably elegant, with attached bathrooms fitted with modern amenities. All restorations and alterations on the Mahal were carried out, bearing in mind the old architectural style of the building.
The idea was to offer the weary traveller, the comforts of today with an ambience of the past. Every room is reflective of a different era, Gokul Ajara, Moti Mahal and Ranjit Prakash room dates back to 1670 AD, and the decor reflects the Rajput era.
activities that can be enjoyed around deogarh
There is a lot to do in the area which the hotel will arrange for you. The Gokal Garh Fort atop the nearby hill, The Shiva cave temple at Anjana Mahadeoji, artisans at work to watch, riding, bicycling, the use of vintage cars, a rural rail ride in a 1930's train, jeep drives through the countryside seeing the villages.... and of course, relaxation with a spell by the pool, Spa treatments and just sitting and watching! The food is good with two restaurants and romantic dinners can be arranged high on the ramparts.
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Committed to Conservation
Shri Jaswant Charitable Trust was founded by the family of Deogarh way back in 1965 with the view to save old temples and architectural monuments in and around Deogarh.