HOTELS IN UDAIPUR NEAR SAJJANGARH FORT
Also known popularly as Monsoon Palace, Sajjangarh Fort of Udaipur was built by and named after Maharana Sajjan Singh of the Mewar Dynasty in 1884. The hilltop palatial residence was once the favourite monsoon hideout of the royal family since it showcased a view of the monsoon clouds. Now famous for its sunset view, the fort over-looks the panoramic Fateh Sagar Lake. Located at a distance of 9 kilometers from the Old Udaipur City, the fort is now under the control of the Forest Department of Rajasthan Government. Located high in the Aravalli Hills, the fort was said to give a view of the ancestral home of the Maharana, Chittorgarh. The fort is at a distance of 31.4kms from Udaipur Airport.Being one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Rajasthan, there are a number of hotels in Udaipur near Sajjangarh Fort. Often promising high end facilities and modern amenities, these hotels are often of great architecture and well land-scaped and maintained for the abundance of tourists flowing in every day. All contemporary services can be availed in these hotels and the staff also is very amiable. Treebo is a name to remember when looking for hotels near Sajjangarh Fort Udaipur offering a decent stay. For those who are looking forward to treating their taste buds with authentic Rajasthani cuisines, Udaipur spoils the mind with options. Neelkamal Restaurant, Ambrai Restaurant, Udaipuri Restaurant, O’Zen and Upre by 1559 AD are few those restaurants to be in.Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary nearby Monsoon Palace is an ideal spot to be in if having a bit of fun time is in mind. Being an architectural marvel, the fort was cast in various movies as well including James Bond starrer Octopussy wherein it was the castle of the exiled Afghan Prince. The palace is illuminated in the evening giving it an orange glow and is a scenic marvel that shouldn’t be missed. Apart from Sajjangarh Fort, other places that is a must visit when in Udaipur are Pichola Lake, Jag Mandir, Bagore ki Haveli, Museum of vintage classic cars, Ahar, Ek Lingji Temple, Mansapurna Karni Ropeway and Jaisamand Lake.