Rohet, a small rustic village of Rajasthan sits on the edge of the Thar Desert. 45 kms south of Jodhpur, it is a great place to stop if travelling between Jodhpur and Udaipur. The area was originally a Bishnoi settlement, a local tribe of the desert state. The community settled here as it was attracted to the area due to the large lake in the town which is now home to hundreds of birds. The town is blessed with traditional charms. It is calm, blissful and rejuvenating.
While there are no impressive monuments and tourist attractions, the discreet appeals to experiencethe farmlands, explore by jeep, on foot or by horse or simply enjoy life as it was centuries back.
Rohet Garh is a 375-year-old palace in the town. It has been cherished and refined with great love and care by the family and is transformed into one of the best heritage Hotels in India as well as Rajasthan. Nestled on the bank of a lake and set in the midst of rural surroundings. A grand swimming pool with four attractive porches lures you for a refreshing dip. The dinner is mostly served by the poolside as the folk artists vivify the atmosphere. A stylish lounge, quiet verandahs and sunshades with breath-taking views, makes it perfect for rejuvenating.