Budget Hotels in Kota




The Budget Hotels in Kota provide a wonderful scope for accommodation of the tourists. The state of Rajasthan is a very famous tourist spot that has tourists coming to visit it from all around the world. The Budget Hotels in the city of Kota are many and these are all standard hotels that would satisfy the boarders.

The budget or economical hotels in Kota are many in numbers and these hotels offer many facili-ties in a much cheaper rate.

Some of the Kota Budget Hotels are listed below:
  • Hotel Chambal, Kota
  • Hotel Phul Plaza, Kota
  • Col. Sudhir Farm
  • Sukhdham Kothi
The budgets hotels in the city of Kota in the state of Rajasthan provide a large number of facilities to the guest to ensure that they spend a comfortable time in the hotels. The facilities that are of-fered by the budget hotels in Kota are:
  • Room service
  • Running water
  • Supply of Hot and Cold water
  • Travel Desk
  • Laundry facility
  • Car Rental facility
  • Attached Bath
These hotels generally have their own restaurants that serve quality food to the guests. Different cuisines like Indian, Mughlai and Continental are served to the boarders.



Last Updated on 07 December 2011




     


     

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