• TravelEAR Abroad: If Adventure Had a Name, it Must Be Neemrana Fort Palace!

    Welcome back, travelEARS! Today we are embarking on a journey all the way to India to go to stay at Neemrana Fort Palace!

    This palace is perfect for Indiana Jones fans. It Is very reminiscent of Pankot Palace from Indina Jones and the Temple of Doom—except there is nothing doomed about this hotel!

    About This Hotel

    Neemrana, India
    Typical Cost:
    $250-$400 / night

    Neemrana Fort Palace was constructed in 1464. After a proud history of serving many rulers, the palace was abandoned during the 20th century. The ruins of the palace were eventually restored. A structure that was once designed to keep people out now welcomes people to stay the night.

    The palace is comprised of seven different wings built across 6 acres of land. It is truly massive, but don’t worry about getting lost—maps are provided! There are many different rooms you can choose from. There are standard hotel rooms of course, but there are also a variety of suites to choose from. The rooms are decorated with a mixture of traditional Indian and colonial furniture. Most rooms also have terraces and balconies that provide incredible views of the land.

    The palace also offers many different activities for the adventurous spirit in all of us. There is a rooftop swimming pool. There are also camel rides and an incredible zip line tour of the area that you won’t want to miss! And after a long day of adventures, you can relax and enjoy a poolside massage.

    As you can see, this palace is perfect for the Indiana Jones inside all of us! See you next week as we continue to take you, the TravelEAR, Abroad.

    About TravelEAR Abroad
    Every year, thousands of families pack up and make annual visits to the happiest place on Earth. The typical TravelEAR (that is, the typical Disney vacationer) is very much accustomed to hotels branded with "© Disney" symbols everywhere. TravelEAR Abroad focuses on different lodgings around the globe. Each installment takes a look at places with unique or magical twists beyond the standard double-occupancy non-smoking room. Sit back and relax as we take you, the TravelEAR, abroad!
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