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Latest check-out 12:00
No breakfast
Wifi not
Parking directly at the hotel
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Service & facilities

Hotel facilities

  • Hotel-owned car park
  • Safety deposit boxes at reception
  • Restaurant(s)
  • Hotel bar
  • Outdoor swimming pool

Room facilities

In-house services

  • Car rental

Style of hotel and ambience

Contact, email khejarlafort@gmail.Com, website www.Jodhpurfortkhejarla.Com, property type, vacation/spa hotel, year built 1611, year remodeled 2008

Special features of the hotel

The 38 spacious Rooms with marble, antiques and beautifully carved four poster beds are part of interiors to give a sense of luxury. Each room and suite some with balcony or patio are exclusive and are decorated in the warm colours. Textures and adorned with traditional artefacts. Spa: You can also relax in the Spa, get the heena done or even watch the movie shooting as its one of the favorite destination for shoots. Sight Seeing: Experience the excitement and fun of riding on varies modes of transport used during the older days you can go for a camel ride, horse ride, bullock cart ride, Tonga ride and you can even go around the village cycling. It is lots of funs in a unique way don’t miss it out. LIVE Entertainment & Mehendi: Folk musicians perform every evening during Dinner, they sing in traditional songs of the region. Kalbelia Dances can be arranged on request at extra cost. Kalbeliya is one of the opulent dance forms of Rajasthan. It is performed by the snake charmers community. Kal means snake and beliya means friend. Female folks of this community are excellent at performing the dance. Their flexible bodies are compared to the sleek and flexible bodies of snakes. As the snakes don’t have any bones in them and this is what makes them so flexible in their movements so are the movements of the kalbeliyans. They are too excellent in their performances. Spinning around is the main act which they do with all their flexibilities and their speed works on the beats. The dance costume is very attractive. They wear long black skirts decorated with silver ribbons or gota (local language word for the silver ribbon), danglers, bead strings, traditional bangles. They dance with their veil covering their face but then also the dancers please the viewers with all their movements. Heena: The art of Mehendi has existed for centuries. The exact place of its origin is difficult to track because of centuries of people in different cultures moving through the continents and taking their art forms with them and therefore sharing their art with everyone along the way. Some historical evidence suggests that Mehndi started in India while others believe it was introduced to India during the twelfth century A.D. In India no function or ceremony is complete without applying mehendi on hands and feet of women. During wedding the bride's henna must be more beautiful and intricate than anyone else's of course since it is, after all, her special day. Jeep Safari: Jeep Safari is complete cultural experience, which showcases the best of the land. This is the unique way of bringing you closer to the way of rural life and to understand their culture. Noble Family member of the Khejarla takes you personally on this tour and makes sure that you have wonderful experience of the villages. Various customs and ceremonies are performed for you to observe their lives closely, people of the Marwar region are supposed to be warm and hospitable. Wild life also can be seen in abundance in the form of Deer, black bucks, blue bull etc. In this tour we also visit step well (open well), horse breeding farm, textile block printing and old market of Pipar Town.

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Service times

Latest check-out:

12:00 PM

Accepted payment methods

  • Diners Club
  • Visa
  • Eurocard/MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Location and distance


Location of the hotel

This magnificient fort was built in 1611 A.D for Thakur Gopaldasji, who was granted fiefdom of Khejarla village for his great achivements in war. It is ideally located 80 kms east of Jodhpur in Rajasthan.

Surroundings of the hotel
  • 63.57 km