Rohet is a fortified desert village located about 40 kms south of Jodhpur. The main attractions are the lake, which during the winter months attracts migratory birds, and a small 16th Century fort.

The Fort, is home to the descendants of the Rathores and has been converted into a beautiful heritage hotel – Rohet Garh. The property is set within beautiful tranquil gardens and it is within these grounds that Bruce Chatwin wrote “The Songlines” and William Dalrymple began “City Of Djinns”.

The visitor of today will experience the famed warmth of courteous Rajput hospitality combined with plenty of charm and character combined with modern day luxury.

For those preferring a more rural location then Rohet can be a good alternative to staying in Jodphur itself as the city can be reached easily within the hour.

Rohet Hotels

Mihir Garh$$$$

There are just 9 spacious suites at Mihir Garh each furnished to an exceptionally high standard and boasting its own unique colour scheme. There are two main types of suite, the Alishan suites which are located on the ground floor and feature a private courtyard with plunge pool and the Shaandar suites which are on the first floor and have a private terrace and either indoor or outdoor Jacuzzi. Each suite is equipped with all modern amenities like TV’s, DVD’s, coffee makers and mini bars....

Mihir Garh - Rohet - Rajasthan - India

Rohet Garh$$$

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