Hotels in Kota



The accommodation to the tourists in Kota is ensured by the hotels in Kota. The tourists may lodge in the heritage hotels of Kota or in the budget hotels that are designed to provide maximum comfort to the tourists.

The hotels of Kota are furnished with facilities that fulfill the varied requirements of the national and international tourists who arrive in the city to bask in the beauty of the palatial and exotic forts and manors that lie in abundance in Kota.

The heritage hotels in Kota presents the aura and the regal atmosphere that the royal family enjoyed in the palaces. The tourists are entreated with regal hospitality that makes their stay in the hotel a memorable one. The heritage hotels of Kota are designed in the extravagant Rajput and Victorian style furnished by lush gardens with pools, lengthy and spacious courtyards and marbled corridors. The tourists gets a glimpse of the royalty while residing in the heritage hotels at Kota.

The budget hotels in Kota are designed to provide accommodation to the tourists at an affordable rate. The hotels have a pleasant atmosphere and environ in which the tourists may relax and enjoy their stay.

The hotels at Kota chiefly have their hub in the center of the city to provide easy accessibility to the tourists from the railway terminus. The hotels in Kota also conduct tours designed for the tourists who may enjoy the richness of culture and heritage of the city of Kota. The hotels are furnished with all the necessity articles required by the tourists during their stay in the hotels.



Last Updated on 07 December 2011







     


     

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