Fort Barli:
  Barli, India
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TripAdvisor Reviews (37 reviews, 5/5)

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  • 5/5 (Based on 37 reviews)

Fantastic fort overlooking small village in rural Rajasthan. Made to feel like 'royalty' on arrival and throughout 2 night stay. Rooms full of character and richly furnished - we stayed in the 'queen's bedroom'. Fascinating personal tours of the fort and village (by bullock cart) and account of their rich history. Outstanding food and service - hosts were very attentive and ensured our stay was both memorable and will stay in our memories for many years.

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  By Jackie S on Oct 10, 2011

September 2011

Give you a break from busy and hectic life, away from touristic places

Fort Barli is located between Jodhpur and Jaipur and only one hour drive to Ajmer or Pushkar. The marvellous 16th centuries Fort in the middle of „nowhere“ is sourroundet by the unspoiled Barli Village and gives you the great oppurtunity to see rural life in action.
The Fort is in the 16th generation of the same Royal Family, the owners (a young couple) are wonderful and charming people, and gave us a very warm welcome feeling almost like a family member.

They themselves took care of us and offered and organized us a variety of fantastic activities: The Ayurvedic Massage made by a Massage- Therapiste from the village, was excellent, the Bullok-Safari trough the village with its friendly people, was our highlight. We also had a lovely Sunset Pic-Nic at the near lake, and an excellent poolside Dinner. All meals were cooked with love and fresh lokal ingridients, like the authentic Rajastane Cuisiene has to be. I had my very best homemade Masal Tea!

The lavish well decorated and comfortable rooms with private terrasse gave us a real Mahraja feeling and peace after visiting major cities.

The staff was very friendly and helpful and the service excellent.

It was a delightful stay and most memorable, but too short, we advise to everybody to stay at least 3 nights in this peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.

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  By fischto on Oct 10, 2011

Very friendly hosts & staff. Amazingly friendly village. Definitely a change in pace after the major cities. The food at dinner was also fantastic.

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  By Bigbungie on Sep 09, 2011

In Jan.2011 we spent 18 days travelling around Radjastan. We stayed in Havelis, small guest houses,hotels and one other old Fort. Fort Barli was by far our best and most memorable experience.
The owners are charming people, they made us so welcome, we almost felt like family!
The fort, which has been in their family for generations,is a wonderful,truly Radjastan place to stay.It is furnished with antique furniture, colourful hangings and spreads. We had a large bedroom and sitting area and a stunning terrace with views over the village,a tree beside our balcony was full of chattering green parrakeets, very atmospheric!!
We hope to re-visit one day.

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  By Christine... on Sep 09, 2011

This being my annual trip to India during Xmas and New year holidays wanted to make the most out of ... not to mention something which brings good value for money......
Stayed at this hotel for 4 nights...which was undoubetdly the best time of my vacation.. !!!
Good hospitality, Wide choice on the Menu..good evening entertainment..... and overall a soothing and a very relaxed... atmosphere.. !!!
Sameera Tak
Basel ,Switzerland...

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  By Sameera06 on Jul 07, 2011

It was a great experience. Wonderful hospitality, great comfort and worth the value.

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  By ridhimath... on Apr 04, 2011

I am indian and had beeen living in belgium since last 10 years and during my visit to the family in india IN JAN 2010 my father in law adviced me to visit fort barli

Me along with wife and kid stayed for two days in fort barli and it was a life time experience as we all felt at home and at the same time we all felt like a royal family with such a good treatment given to us .

I would blindly advice this fort to everyone , as a indian i could see the location of the fort is in the heart of india ( indian village ) which is still pure and simple like in old days and
the people in the village are very friendly and you can still see the true indian village like it was in old days

The fort is very well maintained and the staff is very pleasent and not to mention about the owners because they are such a wonderfull couple at heart , we would like to meet them also again and again

This trip to india will always be remembered in our hearts because of FORT BARLI

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  By rixbelgiu... on Apr 04, 2011

We traveled together to India and booked our stay at this beautiful, very welcoming hotel, away from all the hussle and bussle and in the country side. It was a very peaceful experience, the staff was extremely welcoming and the rooms were very beautiful. It was a very private feel and we felt very secure. The pool side was very nice and we enjoyed every bit of our stay. Had we not stayed here, we would have missed out on a lot and we are so glad that we got to meet our wonderful hosts. Definitely recommend for all travellers who would like to have a peaceful and a clean plus a maharaja feeling while travelling in India.

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  By sigma11 on Apr 04, 2011

Fort Barli
Mid way between Jaipur and Jodhpur, about 15 minutes off the main road. Depending on your schedule do try to take 2 nights not the one night flying stop over. The small stone fort was built in the mid 1600s and converted a few years ago into a 7 room hotel by the 16 th generation of the same royal family. The dining room provides you with paintings showing the previous generations.We stayed in a Suite on the 1st floor, historically where the ladies resided away from male eyes. The room was richly decorated and very comfortable with 2 large bay windows with mattresses and pillows where you could observe the farm village that surrounds the Fort.Because of the rural location we ate lunch snacks and dinner in the hotel. Breakfast and dinner are buffet style- the vegetables are from their own organic gardens.
We enjoyed the spacious areas including a private terrace with the suite room and again the 2 night stop gave us time to  relax and also participate in the range of activities on offer. A Massage ( 1200 rupees), Bullock Safari (600 rupees each) and complimentary fort tour ( about 15 mins) and the chance to dress up as a Maharaja and Maharini for the local folk dance performance before dinner. The highlight of the activities was the ride on the bullock cart through the narrow village streets - seeing life like it probably was in biblical times. Stops to see the village cobbler,potter in action as well as a visit to the local temple and family cenotaph. Best bit for us was the 20 mins in the local school, about a 100 young children across 4 classes in a courtyard. There is an opportunity to give a receipted donation to help them buy basic school equipment.Everyone in the village seemed very happy.
Overall a recommended stop on route from Jaipur to Jodhpur to experience the history of Fort Barli and an opportunity see rural life in action.Very good service.No wifi. Buffet service.

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  By WRB_Kawak... on Mar 03, 2011

If you are tired of busy and hectic life and want to take some time out with your friends and family to enjoy some joyous moments among the royal culture and warm hospitality of Rajasthan then this is the place to be.I stayed here for 3 nights and i fell in love with this place and what surprise me the most was the thing that this place had to offer.I specially loved having my supper near the pool which had an enchanting sunset backdrop and also the sky with with the crystal clear stars.If i ever go back,i will love to stay here again.It was simply amazing.I will remember this stay forever!!

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  By shreyas12... on Jan 01, 2011

It was like coming to an oasis, A beautiful ,well kept, small fort -it was for us the perfect getaway. Near a village and far from the hustle bustle of a city. Not only was the room large but we had access to a lot of open areas in the fort that added to the 'atmosphere'. Traditional food served in different areas of the fort enhanced the experience, The staff was very courteous and attentive. Our gracious hosts had arranged an evening of traditional music and dance and we really enjoyed dressing up in traditional clothes and dancing away. A bullock cart ride through the village was just what my young daughter wanted! A lot of fun and learning about interesting facets of village life. I think we would love to go back and explore the fort and the village a little more.

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  By suhailsha... on Jan 01, 2011

it was one of my best holidays wid my friends ,the place is beautiful,wid so many diffrent activities for every age group ,we saw beautiful folk dances of rajasthan n we enjoyed da camel ride ............the food was excellent ......and da rooms wer so comortable and the staff were so well trained and took good care of us .........we really enjoyed da services and were so at home .........i would love 2 make a trip 2 barli fort atleast once or twice a year ...........its a place wer fun n peace can be felt 2gether ........thumbs up

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  By heerpatel on Jan 01, 2011

We were given the Kings Room and it was the most fabulous suite we have stayed in. It was decorated in traditional style with beautiful paintings of the Royal Family. We were given a tour through the village by one of the Staff inviting us into his own home to meet his family while serving us a local sweet and chai. We then carried on with our tour to meet the teachers and students of the village schools. The people in the village were very friendly and we enjoyed very much meeting with everyone.

Dinner in the lovely Dining Room was extremely good and the service excellent. We were the only guests at that time and everyone was very attentive towards us. The Bullock Cart ride was quite enjoyable going through the village early morning with all of the children running after us to greet us. The Buffet breakfast was also very good and plentiful. Delicious Indian food!! I managed to get a recipe for Pakoras from the Chef which was delicious.

The staff was very friendly and accommodating. Unfortunately we had only planned for a one night stay at this comfortable and charming Heritage Hotel. If we had known that it was going to be such a quiet serene place to stay we would have planned a longer visit. We definitely recommend Fort Barli to anyone interested in a quiet rural setting and will need at least a few days to really enjoy this lovely old historic palace.

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  By Roa3 on Jan 01, 2011

We stayed at Fort Barli from Dec 23rd to Dec 25th. Our tour company arranged for us to stay here as we requested a place away from the main tourist areas - and they delivered. The only 'noise' you hear is the local village daily life sounds which is a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle of the large cities.

We stayed in a suite, which was large enough to suit royalty and provided a fantastic view of the local village (the fort overlooks the village).

As we are very active travellers we were initially concered about not having enough to do for the two days that we were there, but the owner soon put this fear to rest. They organised for us:
- bullock cart ride through the village (2 hour tour where you stop and meet local villages, watch local craftsman, enter local houses, and get mobbed by happy kids / adults who want you to take your photo. we did this at sunset and had an awesome time.
- massages in our room
- Wine and cheese by the lake. Originally we wanted to do a picnic lulnch. But the owner took this one step further by organising a sunset picnic with wine and cheese by the local man made lake - absolutely fantastic.
- Christmas Feast and Festivities. We were not expecting anyone to celebrate Xmas this far off the beaten trail but they surprised us once again. For Xmas eve they organised; local village dancers to perform, fireworks, party games, and a Xmas feast - it turns out it was our most enjoyable Xmas eve ever.

All meals are cooked fresh with local ingrediants, and the service provided was exceptional.

One thing to be aware is that the hot water pressure is low (we were there in Winter).

In summary, we highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to get away from it all and visit a location that is still 'uncontaminated' by the main stream tourism market. They provide exceptional individual service.

Christian

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  By Tiger_QUT on Jan 01, 2011

This fort is located in the middle of nowhere. After visiting cities with lot´s of noise we were really grateful to relax a bit in a location where you really feel like in another century. The couple managing the fort are really friendly and explain the history. They also offer other services, e.g.town visit with ox-cart for a charge of 600 rupees. Pool is available and the rooms are really special! You can imagine yourself being a maharajah in this decoration! Also service is quite good - go and try the fruit lassi!
For dinner there is only a small buffet available, but different snacks may be ordered during the day.

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  By Woenneken on Dec 12, 2010

When was the last time you woke up early in the morning to the peacocks' mating call to see the sun rising on the horizon, gradually spreading it's warmth on the adjacent village, walked on the dew laden grass lawns with your naked feet, with the cool morning breeze of the desert completing the heavenly feeling? And to complement all this, you have the ambiance of a 16th century fort, lavish well decorated rooms, homely Indian meals and the company of the royal family over a cup of tea served in the finest china. If you do not mind the dusty approach road passing through the village, and the afternoon sun beating down on you (Air conditioning in the rooms takes care of that), you will have a complete refreshing vacation here. (Did I mention the swimming pool, rajasthani folk dance in the evening accompanied by a glass of beer and the ayurvedic massage on offer?)

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  By Saryu81 on Oct 10, 2010

If I were to describe my stay in Fort Barli in one word, it would be 'Royal'. the first thoughts a s i entered the village from the main highway leading upto the fort were that of the lavishness with which the royal families of yesteryears would have stayed despite being in the middle of nowhere. A magnificent fort, lush green lawns, authentic rustic pathway leading upto an intricate doorway, a nice cool courtyard, an air conditioned dining hall decorated with beautiful life like paintings of the royal family, a clean swimming pool, and an open spacious family sitting area. i would run out of adjectives in describing the place. to top it all, clean bathrooms attached to lavish bedrooms with intricately embroidered bedspreads and upholstery and you cant help but feel jealous about not been born with blue blood!

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  By offtomoon on Oct 10, 2010

This small fort dates back to 1675. It has been under its present ownership for sixteen generations and has been renovated as a charming heritage hotel by the family in recent years.

It is strategically located on a plain right on the edge of the unspoilt village of Barli and makes for a delightful stay away from the main tourist drag. There are just eight rooms each styled with traditional Rajasthani decor. The room pictured is the Royal Suite and is the most expensive and the best: a real treat. It is located just off the semi-private outdoor living space of the courtyard which offers a cool retreat in the heat of the afternoon.

There is not a lot to do here. The fort organises some (quite pricey) excursions including a bullock cart ride around the village. Unless you fancy being like a celebratory for a day, you will get more out of visiting the village on foot. You can do this quite easily yourself although we benefitted from being accompanied by a member of staff from the fort who took us to places we wouldn't have known about otherwise. The village people are as yet completely unaffected by tourism and you will be made very welcome.

The fort itself is very comfortable and charming. We stayed two nights and on both occasions dinner was served by the small pool overlooking the village. The service was particularly attentive, especially the first night when we were the only guests and had three members of staff hovering around our table.

Other than the village visit the other must-do activity is to look round the fort itself. If the owner, Anirudh Rathore, is present he is very happy to show guests round and explain the history of the fort. He makes no charge for his tour which also includes a part which has yet to be renovated.

We loved it here. The only small negative was that our bill was rather more than we had been expecting with "extras" including the bottles of water which had been provided without being asked for.

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  By john_ivyc... on May 05, 2010

My family and I rented 5 rooms for a night on our way from Jaipur to Udaipur. It's a long drive, and we needed a stopover to break it up. We couldn't have been more pleased with the experience. The road to the fort (off the highway) was a bit bumpy and through a busy, little town. Once you get through the town, you reach a small village immediately surrounding the fort. It's lovely because all the small children get so excited to see you, and they all yell 'hi' and slap on the car. Their smiles and enthusiasm is so fun.

The fort itself is gorgeous. This isn't a five star luxury hotel with everything you want on order. This is a beautiful, old, meticuously clean, and traditionally-Indian fort (now hotel) in the middle of the Rajasthani desert. The rooms have window unit air conditioners and antique furniture with Rajasthani accents, like the bedspreads and pillows. There is a minibar with chilled drinks which is nice. The bathrooms are obviously newly equipped -- with granite countertops and gleamining showers. Don't expect perfect sanitation, as this is a very old fort. The toilet may be a bit slow, and the shower may sputter a little. However, if you are looking for an adventure, this is a very comfortable place to be.

The nights are great -- the weather was cooler, so we enjoyed drinks at the pool. The fort has impeccable lighting, it really looks beautiful under the moonlight. Dinner was in the dining room, which has crystal chandeliers, marble floors and portraits of the fort's royal owners. Opposite the enclosed dining room (enclosed in glass and with AC), there is an open courtyard and then a covered sitting area with plush chairs and swings. After dinner, we went out to a smaller grass area and watched the stars -- which are nice and bright. It was a Hindu holiday, so we listened to the women in the village singing religious songs. After star gazing, we sat in the courtyard and swapped stories. It was a really peaceful experience.

The service was really good. The staff is friendly and professional, and we really appreciated them during our stay.

Dinner (and breakfast for that matter) is whatever they serve...though they did ask what we liked. The freshly prepared assortment of Indian dishes (potatoes and cauliflower, spicy cabbage, chicken curry and lentils) along with rice and Indian breads was delicious. My Indian family loved it...and they are a tough crowd. Breakfast was fruit, yogurt, Indian breads (hot off the griddle) and eggs made to order. If you don't like Indian food, this may not be the place for you, as I don't think they can really accommodate exclusively Western diets.

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  By PAPatrave... on Mar 03, 2010

It was an extremely beautiful heritage hotel having all the possible amenities. folk dances were very rejuvenating with authentic rajasthani cuisine. bullock cart safaris were alot of fun. BOrn fires were with loads of entertainment were alot of fun.

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  By abhasharm... on May 05, 2009

heritage property, heavenly place, it gives you a feel of true rajasthani culture. personal interaction with the royal family. bullock cart rides, sight seeing, excellent food, swimming pool , folk dance etc.

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  By MumbaiBan... on May 05, 2009

we enjoyed the stay at fort barli,it is a true colourful rajasthani village with many activities like bullock cart safari,folk shows.heena.We got impressed by the well decorated rooms,services by the staff and other services.
I feel its one of the perfect places for a holiday or for business as well looking at its ambiance.

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  By piecien15 on May 05, 2009

Just for a holiday we chose Fort Barli .We were surprised with the monument and its amazing architecture.The heritage hotel was more than my expectation.Excellent services,very good staff and services.We enjoyed the bullock cart safari,royal photography and folk shows in the never seen tranquil village. We also drove to Pushkar and took a dayexcursion to Chittorgarh which are at a convinient one hour drive from the hotel. We enjoyed swimming in the pool built on a bastion.We also hired bicycles and explored places in nearby vicinity..The candlelit dinner was all the more adding.We got to meet the charming family and got a very homely feeling.I Holidays at fort Barli were great and most memorable.

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  By Praumina on Apr 04, 2009

this was the very best of our recent visit to rahasthan. It was made very special by the friendliness and attentiveness of both the family, ( who have been lving there for 16 generations) and the staff. We were dressed royally and given our own private candlelit dinner, had a bullock cart tour of the village, and even our own royal astrologer. Cannot recommend Fort Barli highly enough

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  By RomseyChe... on Mar 03, 2009

Fort situé dans un petit village en dehors des sentiers touristiques à mi-distance entre Jaipur et Udaipur. Le fort a été restauré par la famille régnante et a gardé tout son charme. Il possède une piscine et différentes activités y sont proposées.
Une étape très agréable et reposante après les villes trépidantes et chaotiques.

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  By Bri92 on Jul 07, 2011

Etape de rêve au milieu de nulle part, chambres superbes, hôtes très sympathiques et accueillants. Spectacle des gens du village très apprécié.
Attention aus serviettes de la piscine qui sont si "impregnées" de javel que les maillots de bains déteignent.

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  By marie7414... on Apr 04, 2011

We stayed for 1 night on route to Jodhpur. This is a 16th century fort which has belonged to the same family for 16 generations. The owners are keen to keep the number of rooms small so that they can provide a personal service- which they certainly did. We were greeted by the husband and wife owners and taken to a lovely and historic suite-full of character. The views from the room were fabulous. The surrounding village is completely un spoilt by tourism and a ride around in a bullock cart is to be recommended. In the evening local singers and dancers entertained us. The food was satisfactory.
We would recommend this hotel for anyone wanting a break from the busy cities and to obtain a view of what rural Rajasthan is like.

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  By sutsuttra... on Nov 11, 2011

the hotel seems to add to the beauty of barli... beautiful... had a very good time staying here.. and it gave a push to my trip.. amazing service.. thank uu!!!

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  By charmi z on Oct 10, 2011

It is a very nice hotel in a little village. The people in the village are very nice and happy to see tourists. The staff of the hotel is willing to help and they always have a smile on their face.
The hotel proposes activities that you couldnt do anywhere else, for example dressing up with royal type of clothes.
It is interesting to go there for one night and see a part of India which is very different from the touristic cities.

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  By krio67 on Jul 07, 2011

We had a fabulous two nights at the Fort. Our room was a fabulous suite with its own separate lounge, all decorated in traditional style. Dinner on both nights was extremely good with the owner surprising us on the second night with a romantic candlelit dinner for us on one of the private terraces. The bullock cart ride is well worth it and gives you a very good overview of rural life. The staff are extremely friendly and accommodating. We would also highly recommend the massages which are also very good.

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  By LondonTik... on Dec 12, 2010

A fort in a rural village where the people were so fabulously out of touch with tourists. Genuine smiles from people who wanted to say hello for no other reason but to say hello. Quality of the rooms varies considerably given that it is a genuine fort which has been meticulously and artistically restored. Very warm hosts who put on a fabulous Christmas for us even to the extent of organising a cricket match between we the Aussie visitors and young men in the village. The restuarant is excellent offering a wide range of quality food.
Only criticism was the overpriced local trips organised by the hotel management. Our advice- just say no!

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  By angonga on Jan 01, 2010

Ländlicher sauberer Komfort in geräumiger Suite. Angenehmes Pool.
Besitzer und Personal sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit.
Zu empfehlen: unbedingt Tour auf dem Ochsenkarren durch das Dorf.Man erlebt so das wahre und einfache Landleben und ist hautnah bei den Menschen.
Frühstücksbuffet etwas eintönig, aber Dinner am Abend gut.

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  By Leander27 on Feb 02, 2011

We stayed in the Royal Suite here in February 2011. The welcome was good and the room was massive and beautifully appointed. We checked in and then noticed the "urine" smell in the room. We mentioned it and the owner responded quickly. The smell turned out to be the 20 or so pigeons that were roosting in the canopy outside the window of our room. There was 5-8 cm of pigeons droppings on the window ledge! They sprayed and brought scented sticks to the room but did not do anything about cleaning up the source of the smell. I notice the recent review below and am surpriused that this problem still exists. The management response seems to indicate that they feel it is acceptable. It is not.
What a pity it spoilt what should have been a good stay. The welcome, the general ambience, the tour of the fort, the dancing and the buffet dinner were all good. This was the only place we stayed in India where there was no complimentary bottled water in the room!

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  By yarrow194... on Feb 02, 2011

We were on a luxury holiday tour and booked here for three nights for a final relaxation, but only stayed one as we were so disappointed. Our view is that this is a one-night quirky stopover but not a luxurious and relaxing hotel as depicted on the website.
Situated in an uncharming village with no views.
Our rooms were large and high-ceilinged, smelling of damp with old tired fittings. They were freezing at night and we only had one sheet and a thin blanket. Hundreds of pigeons have made their home outside the window and you hear them all night long, flapping and scratching around. The bathrooms are sparse with small thin towels, cheap soap and no shampoo. You have to switch the water heating on before you shower and, quite frankly, it didn't seem to work.
The pool area is not pleasant to sit around, as you are covered in flies and to pool is full of pigeons. Flies in the courtyard mean you can't sit outside to eat - even in December.
Food was nothing to write home about. Dinner was a buffet of 4 veg curries and a meat dish. We only had the veg, at a whopping 600 rupees per person. Lunch wasn't much better - inedible chips cooked in old fat served with a filthy ketchup bottle. We'd been in India for three weeks and this was the most disappointing food of our tour.
The only positive was the village dancing and music group performance in the evening before dinner, which was charming.
We were glad to leave.

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  By carmellas... on Jan 01, 2011

This hotel is decent but not very luxurious and most importantly about 1 and a half hr drive from Ajmer or for that matter Pushkar. Staff is slightly inexperienced. Its alright for a quiet time but if you are looking for a hotel in Ajmer, better look for other options and not Fort Barli.

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  By Prash00 on Apr 04, 2009

Estuvimos un buen rato matando distintos insectos. La comida mala y escasa pero lo peor es el precio de su "menu". Encima no tienes ni si quiera una carretera a menos de 10km. Es una aldea llena de chiquillos inquietos.

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  By Rodri-Aid... on Oct 10, 2011

Völlig abgelegen bei Ajmer liegt "Fort Barli", in dem der jetzige Besitzer in der 16. Generation lebt, liebevoll die Papageien auf einem Baum im Innenhof betrachtet, aber sich sehr wenig um das Hotel kümmert, wahrscheinlich auch, weil nur wenige Gäste den Weg hierher finden.Die Teppiche und Couch im Innenhof waren von altem Vogelkot verdreckt und bedurften dringend einer Reinigung, das Schwimmbad war offensichtlich vor sehr langer Zeit von einem Gast benutzt worden - so sahen jedenfalls die Liegen aus. Unser "De Luxe Room" war sehr groß, es gab sogar einen Wasserkocher, Tee- und Nesscafe-Beutel. Die Lichtschalter stammten aus den 50-er Jahren, die Badewanne war fleckig und das 5 ml Shampoo-Fläschchen leer, das Wasser im Bad musste 15 Minuten vorgeheizt werden. Aber das ist ein alter Palast in Indien. Was uns geärgert hat, war, dass es nur ein Abendmenue - ohne Auswahl - gab, das eine Zumutung war: Für 1400 Rupien für zwei Personen bekamen wir eine halbkalte Suppe, Reis, mehrfach - schon braun - gekochten Spinat und drei Hühnerknochen. In Luxushotels hatten wir für 800 Rupien pro Person ein exklusives Buffet bekommen. Während des Essens stand der Kellner ständig neben uns und nervte. Aber das Dorf, in das wir nur zufällig gelangt sind, ist sehr ursprünglich und sehenswert. Die Leute kennen kaum Touristen und sind äußerst freundlich. Schade, dass das Hotel so vergessen ist.

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  By loran52 on Jan 01, 2011

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Reservation must be cancelled 15 days prior to the planned date of arrival. One night's stay will be levied for cancellations received upto 7 days prior to arrival. Full stay will be levied for cancellations received within 7 days prior to arrival.