Pratap Palace, Chittaurgarh


Pratap Palace Hotel provides excellent accommodation to its guests. Pratap Palace Hotel is located close to some of the most popular Chittaurgarh attractions such as the Keoladeo National Park. Pratap Palace Hotel is situated very near to the railway station of Chittaurgarh.

The Hotel Pratap Palace has a calm and cool ambiance and is known for its warm hospitality. The hotel, built amidst lush green environment, is very well maintained.

Pratap Palace Hotel in Chittaurgarh has 14 rooms, which are centrally air-conditioned. The rooms are equipped with hairdryers, work desks, attached bathrooms with constant flow of hot and cold water, cozy beds and wardrobes. The hotel staff provides excellent room services all through the day.

Pratap Palace Hotel of Chittaurgarh is furnished with various hotel amenities. There is a restaurant that serves tasty food. A bar is also found within the premises, which offers a number of cocktail and mock-tail drinks. The hotel provides complementary car rental services to its guests. There is enough space for parking around the hotel precincts.

Last Updated on 5 July 2010

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