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  • Traditional opium ceremony, Rohet, India
  • Local lady cooking over the fire, Rohet, India



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 Rohet

Modern Chic, Directors favourites, Luxury, Remote Location

Located in the heart of the Thar desert approximately 1 hour’s drive from Jodhpur sits this spectacular boutique hotel. Translating to Fort of the sun, Mihir Garh is the brainchild of Rajput husband-...

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$$ Rohet Garh Rohet

Forts & Palaces, Character Boutique, Historic Hotel

Located in the small village of Rohet approximately 60kms south of Jodhpur, Rohet Garh is a spectacular 350 year old manor which has been lovingly restored and converted into a unique heritage hotel...

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