Ahilya Fort

Madhya Pradesh, India

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Bringing people into his home, and not a hotel

The Ahilya Fort Hotel has 19 rooms of character, set in six buildings of the 18th century, with modern amenities and comforts. Guests stroll through 3 acres of courtyards, fountains, and gardens that link areas within the Wada. It is easy to find a secluded spot to read a book, sip some tea, or just watch the butterflies flutter by.

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1. fair pay & decent working conditions

2. jobs, education & equal opportunitie

3. human right

4. community, heritage & culture

5. wildlife, biodiversity & natural habitat

6. natural resources: water & energy

7. climate

8. waste

9. investment

10. resilience

11. ethics

12. local sourcing

+host positive actions

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1. fair pay & decent working conditions;

2. jobs, education & equal opportunitie;

3. human right;

4. community, heritage & culture.

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5. wildlife, biodiversity & natural habitat;

6. natural resources: water & energy;

7. climate;

8. waste.

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9. investment;

10. resilience;

11. ethics;

12. local sourcing.

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+ Stay: accommodation
+eat: food & beverage
+do: activity
+see: sight

ACTIVITIES

stay, eat, spa, yoga, village walk, picnic, visit tourist attractions

- maharani Ahilyabai Holkar ruled here from 1765 to 1796 and built Ahilya Wada, her personal residences, offices, and darbaar audience hall, within the fort -

In the year 2000, Prince Richard Holkar, her descendant and son of the last Maharaja of Indore, converted his home in Ahilya Wada into a guest residence, today known around the world as the Ahilya Fort Hotel.

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