Bujera Fort is actually a fort with a hotel inside. In a completely new design direction, the Bujera Fort, located on the western bank of Lake Pichola, has blended the new with the old. You see, while it looks like its at least 500 years old, the Bujera Fort was actually constructed in 2016. The owner, Richard Hanlon, made it a point to stick with the flowing traditional Rajputana architecture, so while a lot of hotels look like eyesores, this one doesn't. Reportedly, only six doors and five windows were made, the rest were salvaged from old Havelis and mahals all over Gujarat and Rajasthan. Inside, you'll step into a thousand-year-old mahal full of marble, fine pillars, and intricate stonework, and you might as well mistake yourself to be a lowly villager waiting to see a Maharana. The Bujera Fort is a time capsule, and the only one of its kind in Udaipur. If you want to come back with memories, we recommend spending a night here. You can book a stay via hotels.InterMiles.com. And while the InterMiles are great, living in a real palace is one of the most compelling reasons to check into Bujera Fort. Definitely a must-visit place to visit, and then stay in Udaipur.