WelcomHeritage Bassi Fort Palace

Address: P.O. Bassi, Chittaurgarh, Rajasthan, 312 022, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on P.O. Bassi, Chittaurgarh.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free parking


          • Room service
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

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          Travel Blogs from Chittaurgarh

          Udaipur to Bijaipur Castle

          A travel blog entry by ball14 on Oct 21, 2015

          1 comment, 8 photos

          This morning was a late start, as we were only driving for 3 hours. Before leaving Udaipur we visited the Royal Cenotaphs of the Mawar rulers then lunch at Chittaurgarh. This restaurant had tortoises eating grass in the garden. Two more jeeps arrived to take us to the great fort of Chittaurgarh. It was the capital of the Sisodia rulers of Mewar from the 12th to the ...

          Pangarh Retreat and Chittorgah Fort

          A travel blog entry by alex.mitrovic on Nov 27, 2014

          ... time just feeling the vibrations throughout my body. Then to Victory tower where I went up the nine flights of stairs to reach the top and wander around without my guides and managed to get some looks from the locals that came to see the tower too. There was so much to see in this place that you could no doubt spend a couple of days there if you had a place near by to walk there to. The temples were simply ...

          Chittorgarh Fort

          A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Nov 05, 2014

          1 comment, 2 photos

          ... it takes months for them to make that many palanquins mind) ... The Queen sends in each the bravest Rajput warriors who then attack the Sultan's men and rescue the King. The furious Sultan then laid siege the Chittorgarh Fort and eventually cut off all food and water supply. The Rajputs fought to their deaths and the Queen and her ladies committed what is known as a 'divine suicide' or ...

          Day 2 - PM - Chittorgarh Fort

          A travel blog entry by herk58 on Oct 13, 2014

          18 photos

          ... time we boarded the bus and headed back to the train.

          Dinner was ready when we arrived, though Sue was ready to crash rather than eat. I went down to dinner myself and sat with Mick and Joanne. They are a nice couple from the UK and he is a heavy object lifter by trade - moving all sorts of heavy or odd shaped items.

          Back to the room after eating, as tomorrow is our early day on ...

          Northward drift

          A travel blog entry by ashventures on Jan 27, 2011

          3 comments, 5 photos

          Having resolved to make speed to Nepal faced with Gujarat's heat, and keen to avoid retracing the route by which I'd come, I had opted to take a series of highways which seemed about the best route to where I planned to enter Nepal.

          From my very first day in India, I'd been warned about the Nepal border area. Bandits with automatic weapons would be sure to rob me, I was told, and I was advised to take a bus. On the other hand, with Nepal being so mountainous a country I ...