Some quick take offs
1. Though winter is the best time to visit the fort, late summer (close to onset of monsoon) and monsoon are not a bad choice either. There was quite a rush even in June when we went
2. To get rooms with lesser price ensure you book early because they are the first ones to be taken
3. Ample parking space is there and if you have a driver, they have a free dorm facility for them (first come first serve) with food which is chargeable.
4. I was pretty happy with their service be it at the entrance, the reception, the bell boys, the room service or their staff at the restaurants and other facilities. Smiling, efficient, prompt and helpful.
5. The fort may seem like a maze in the first instance….. but its simple if you stick to a path pattern. However, at every level their staff is there to guide you if you feel lost.
6. There are a lot of activities to choose from — you may opt for rejuvenation at the spa; spend some cool time in the swimming pool; enjoy the grand vistas and architecture through fort exploration; feel the adrenaline rush while zipping across Neemrana with Flying Fox; be part of the rustic life and enjoy the camel ride to the baoli; take a vintage car ride like royalty; hit the in-house gym to keep up with your fitness regime; on weekends connect with your roots through cultural programmes or simply relax “doing nothing”
7. Try to indulge in activities that you may not get to experience in your town or city.
8. The higher up the rooms the better the views.
9. There is no room service so avoid taking elderly people as it will not be convenient for them to keep climbing up and down (there is no lift facility)