Bhainsrorgarh Fort is perched atop a steep slate ridge,surrounded by the Chambal and Brahmani Rivers. The fort has a remarkable history. It is attributed to Rawat Lal Singh-II, son of Rawat Kesari Singh of Salumber. It passed through the hands of several clans before becoming a part of the Mewar Kingdom. The older history of this fort still remains unknown as it is believed that Alauddin Khilji, the Delhi Sultan, attacked this fort and destroyed all the old temples and buildings. The fort has now been converted into a luxury heritage hotel by the erstwhile royal family. Surrounded by rivers on three sides and nestled among the Aravali ranges and dense forests, the beauty of this fort hotel calls to tourists from all over the world.