Nice hotel but way outside Chittor
I was surprised by the quality of this hotel. It's modern, CLEAN!!!!, and very comfortable. I had possibly the best sleep I'd had in all of India and in the bathroom, there's real, genuine, HOT water! Something you rarely find in Indian properties. It's very modern and has every amenity.
But... despite all you learn on google maps and almost every travel website, this property is actually nowhere near Chittorgargh and it's sites. It's about 7km away from the area in a really unpleasant, industrial area. It's completely isolated. I arrived quite late and the whole are is in pitch darkness as there's simply nothing there but quaries and industry. There isn't a restaurant or shop anywhere close, so you have to eat on property unless you have a car and the overpricing of the hotel is outrageous. They charge Rs50 for 1 litre of mineral water. After a huge row about this, they agreed to give me one bottle complimentary for my stay. Since you can't buy water anywhere near the hotel, I thought this the least they could do.
The breakfast is only Indian food. No matter that there are western dishes and things like fresh fruit on the menu, none of them are available. Language was also a big issue and nobody in the restaurant could understand any basic English. Ordering simple eggs was just not possible.
It's a long, long trek to the sites from the hotel along a really, really bumpy road. Rickshaw taxis so pass by and you can share a ride to Chittor for Rs10, which is great value.