Roopangarh Fort, in the Northern Indian State of Rajasthan, has been turned into a hotel by its owner, Brajraj Singh, the actual descendant of the royal family who built it in the 17th century. But the place, in the middle of a hospitable Rajasthani village, has retained its historical aura, far from those very impersonal 5 star hotels that spoiled their heritage legacy. The village of Roopangarh, outside the Fort, has also kept a rich legacy of craftsmanship, from wooden artwork to marble craft, from beautiful weaving to special ribbons. You can enjoy the genuine warmth of Rajasthani hospitality here.
Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh