Fateh Garh belongs to the Heritage Renaissance School of building Heritage Renaissance - it is truly an innovative creative expression in the dynamic world of travel and tourism. Everything at Fateh Garh has been conceptualized, designed, and executed to revitalize the environmental - cultural - spiritual heritage of the past. Synchronize the orientation with a nature-loving 'green' awareness, and sophisticated interior and spaces. The Kelwa family, your hosts residing within the resort are deeply committed to an empowered and sustainable world; alongside offering charming and warm hospitality.
Accommodation at Fateh Garh is in airy, oversized, comfortable rooms with great views of the surroundings hills and the city of Udaipur. The fabric used is natural with muted tones and great attention to detail in appointing the rooms and bathrooms with all amenities. Fateh Garh has 38 Renaissance rooms of approximately 350 sq ft. space, 10 heritage Suites with 500 Sq Ft.
Baradari serves finest selections of Indian & local Rajasthani cuisine. Opens for lunch & Dinner. The specialty restaurant promotes more of the local cuisine with the innovative fusion by the chef to highlight the romantic views of the surroundings. Amritam's name derives from Sanskrit meaning “Nectar for an endless life” Serves finest selection of international spirits, wines, and cocktails besides indigenous Mewari liqueur.
A dedicated 2500 sq ft of space with beautiful views of the City of Lakes from the massage rooms. The spa offers international massages with perfumed oils. The Moksha Spa is equipped with a steam bath, Jacuzzi, beauty salon and gymnasium. Surrounding Fateh Garh and beyond are beautifully manicured fields tended by the inhabitants of the nearby villages with a population of around 3000 people. The rural experience is a rare opportunity to witness a near medieval lifestyle. The rural experience is possible in jeeps, horseback or walking.
(Delhi, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Agra)
The shadows dance across the intricate sandstone and marble carvings as you extend a hand to touch the cold stone walls of temples that date back to AD 734.
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