Every bit of Fateh Garh was originally part of a palace and has been restructured and reused to preserve its cultural and spiritual heritage. The hotel uses century-old materials which have stood the test of time and has been designed to create minimal impact on the environment.
The hotel pays respect to the five elements of air, water, fire, wind, and space by ingenious methods; a windmill harnesses energy from the winds and illuminates the common places of the resort; solar panels provide hot water to guests while solar lights and cookers also take care of miscellaneous energy requirements; an extensive water harvesting plan conserves half a million litres of water from only an inch of rainfall; use of plastic is discouraged; the hotel construction has taken into account the ancient practice of Vaastu which facilitates the wind and the sun to control ambient temperatures, thereby reducing air-conditioning. Besides, the hotel employs locals, giving them a chance to preserve their tradition and culture by incorporating their age-old practices for hospitality.
Cuisines Offered: Indian, Fusion
The Fateh Garh has a collection of vintage models of MG, Jaguar, Daimler AG and more. An Avon Special Sports 1932 and MG PA 1935 can also be spotted.
The restaurant specialises in local cuisine. Guests can experience a live demonstration by the chef and learn more about Indian spices and culinary techniques. The bar has the finest collection of wines, spirits and cocktails besides the indigenous Mewari liquor.
Indulge in activities that stimulate the soul. From stargazing on a warm night to birdwatching in the coolness of early mornings, yoga, biking and even ziplinig across the city palace complex, Fateh Garh has a myriad experiences that are sure to amaze.