Entrenched in the lush green forests and complemented for the superior elegance, Shaam-E-Retreat offers a range of choices in accommodation from the standard class to the Deluxe and Premium rooms, all facing towards the valley.
The hotel is located just 3.5 kilometers short of the world famous Kumbhalgarh fort, which is a heritage site included in the hill forts of Rajasthan (Western India). Offering a glorious view from balcony and garden area, all our rooms are adorned with traditional characteristics yet replete with modern amenities.
Besides, the (sq.ft.) of internal and external spaces make Shaam-E-Retreat an ideal destination for holidays, meetings, conferences and social gatherings.
Make your stay nostalgic with rejuvenating effect of Kumbhalgarh’s exotic natural splendors, forts and temples or just comfort yourself with the complementary gallery and incredible blue skies.
Hospitality is the prime concern of Shaam-E-Retreat staff. A lot of emphasis is laid on providing the best services and comfort so the guests can enjoy utmost privacy and peace of mind.
Kumbhalgarh (also known as Kumbhalmer or Kumbalgarh) is a Mewar fortress situated in the Rajsamand District of Rajasthan state in western India. It was build and ruled by Rana Kumbha and his dynasty who were Sisodia rajputs descendents. Out of the 84 forts in his dominance, Rana Kumbha is said to have designed 32 of them, in which Kumbhalgarh is the largest and the most highly structured.
Built in the 15th Century, on the top of Aravalli hills at a height of around 1100 meters, Kumbhalgarh has seven fortified gateways. Additionally, it has over 360 temples within the fort including 300 ancient Jain and the other for Hindus.
The fortress also separates Mewar and Marwar from each other and was used as the place of shelter at times of hazard for the rulers of Mewar. One of the remarkable occurrences was the infant king of Mewar, Prince Udai, who was smuggled in 1535, when the city of Chittaurgarh was under blockade. Later, he succeeded to the throne and became the founder of the Udaipur City.
Kumbhalgarh is also known as the birthplace of legendary warrior Maharana Pratap, who fought against the army led by Akbar in the battle of Haldighati (1576). The fort is now open to the general public renowned as the most important after Chittaurgarh.
Summers: 30-42° C
Mild winters: 11-25° C
The eminent hotel is 117 km away from the Udaipur airport while 95 km away from Udaipur railway station. And Ranakpur, famously known for the spectacular Jain temples is 30 km away from the Shaam-E-Retreat hotel.
Light tropical in summer, carry hats and sun-screen lotions
Woolens in winter
English, Hindi, Mewari and accredited guides who speak French, German, Spanish, Italian
Best times to Visit:
September to March
Manish Shewaramani, 2014
SANKET VIRANI , 2014
HIREN PUROHIT, 2014