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Alila Fort Bishangarh: A 230-Year-Old Warrior Fortress Turned Luxury Resort

The Alila Fort Bishangarh opened its door to the public just last year, and it’s already got the world talking. Located in the Manoharpur region of Rajasthan, 45 km from Jaipur, Alila Fort Bishangarh has more luxury packed into one estate than your average 5-star hotels. It’s already one of the top-rated locations in Manoharpur, and for good reason. We give you an exclusive look at the hotel right here.

Bishangarh Fort is a splendid heritage hotel which will provide as the perfect recreational retreat for you and your family. You can either sit in any of its five F&B outlets including Kachhawa Lounge that serves delicious chai, coffee, and cakes, or you can lounge at Madhuveni and chat with your friends with a Champagne and cigar in hand.

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When here, you can also check out the organic gardens that provide the fresh meals you’ll get to enjoy here, or relax at their exclusive spa. Other than these, Bishangarh Fort hotel situated at the foot of the mountain houses some incredible public spaces like a lavish pool, playing area for kids, and expansive lawns perfect for events like weddings.

Let’s look at the some basic information regarding the hotel to help you plan your stay better:
Location: Off NH-8 at Manoharpur, Bishangarh Village, Jaipur, Bishangarh, Rajasthan 303103
Prices Starting From: INR 17,681/-
Google Rating: 4.7 | TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5
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Note: Alila Fort tariff is subject to change and depends on seasonality and peak time for tourism. Check the website for the latest Alila Fort Bishangarh rates.

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The hotel stands in the land of kings stretching around 300 miles from the northeast to the southwest in the Aravalli ranges in Rajasthan. Majority of these hill forts showcase the masterpieces of architecture, but Alila Fort stands above them all.

Complete with cannons and guns at the entrance, the Bishangarh Fort’s architecture was influenced both by the Mughals and the British. While transforming it into a luxury hotel, the makers made sure that the palace retains its Shahpura royal history reflected in the regal design of the hotel. The fortified seven foot thick walls with stark features once housed families of great distinction, and will now be open to showcase its rich history and grandeur to the world.

After an elaborate seven-year restoration, the Alila Bishangarh has managed to retain its original structure of towering turrets and arched windows.

Fancy a stay at this grand epitope of comfort and leisure? Don’t wait. Book right away!

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The Eiffel Tower Might Get Repainted In A Different Color This Year & We Can’t Stop Guessing!

From red to yellow and ochre to brown, the symbol of love in Paris has had some 19 paint jobs in the last 129 years, and now for its 20th painting this year, the Eiffel Tower might get repainted in a different color again as mentioned in Le Parisien.

If the color of the metal would remain the same or change to something vibrant is a decision that the Ministry of Culture and the City of Paris will take before October this year. Originally painted as red during its construction, the Eiffel Tower has showcased beautiful colors of love till date, and we are sure that just like us, even you cannot wait now for 2018 to end soon.

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According to Gustave Eiffel, a French civil engineer and architect, the original red color of the tower made it easier to protect it from the rust. But since then, it has only been painted in various shades till date.

A specialist from the ministry also told Le Parisien that, “We will rediscover and revive these old colors, like we do when we restore an old painting. This will give some food for thought as to whether or not to add nuances to the current hue.”

While the painting of the Eiffel Tower will begin in October this year, it will likely last till the next three years as it is a part of a longer project. As per The Local, some 60 tons of paint will be required to the cover the whole tower irrespective of the color that the ministry will choose. Post this, the Iron Lady of Paris will also undergo a $369-million renovation over the next 15 years, which will include an installation of a bulletproof glass wall around it.

Does that mean tourists would not be allowed to visit it once the work gets started? Well, there has been no update on that as of now, but we will keep you posted.