Guests have an option of choosing from a range of Standard accommodations option, from king size bed to twin beds.
The Purple Bassi Fort Palace Chittorgarh
Bassi Fort which glorifies the history of Chundawat clan was built in the 16th Century by Thakur Jaimal of Sisodia dynasty, cousin of Maharana Pratap, the founder of Bassi principality. He was a great warrior who fought many a gallant battles and has numerous brilliant victories to his credit. Six of the ancestors of Rawat Sahib Kesri Singh Ji, the present head of Bassi, Chundawat family laid down their lives defending Mewar and the famous Chittorgarh Fort. It is the citadel where were enacted the immortal episodes of sacrifice and heroism.
Set picturesquely amid hills, the quiet luxury of the palace offers a retreat into an aesthetically beautiful environment. Its towering gates, domes, arches, corridors and Mahals takes one back to the Royal Magnificence of the past and the age of chivalry.
AThe 16th Century home of the Mewar Nobility has been painstakingly restored preserving its old charm, decor and grandeur with, comfort and ambience that will embrace your senses.
It has 16 well appointed rooms. All the suits/rooms are spacious with Jharokhas, attached with running hot and cold water, dressing rooms and attractively appointed sitting rooms/ areas the period furniture.