Heritage Hotels in Kota



The royal palaces and the manors built centuries ago have been converted to heritage hotels in Kota that provide accommodation to the tourists who may bask in the glory of the royalty while residing in the heritage hotels of Kota.

The hotels are designed in the Victorian style with decorations of the Rajput dynasty who had been the lords of the region for centuries. The standard and the deluxe rooms of the heritage hotels at Kota are well furnished to accommodate the varied requirements of the tourists who arrive from different parts of the world to visit the city.

The heritage hotels in Kota are guarded with the lush green gardens and lawns with fountains that add an air of royalty to the surroundings. The corridors of the hotels are marbled and designed with miniature paintings that constitute the heritage of the region. The rooms of the hotels in Kota are furnished with the antique furnitures that reflect on the exotic charm of the glorious past of the region.

The hotels have been designed with precision to accommodate the vintage outlook and the modern facilities that the tourists may require. The regal hospitality provided by the people of the heritage hotels add to the grandeur and opulence of the hotels. The tourists may enjoy a royal retreat and bask in the regal aura of the yesteryears in the heritage hotels of Kota.

The heritage hotels in Kota provide various facilities and services some which are listed below:
  • Recreational Facilities
  • Camel Cart Ride
  • Camping
  • Laundry and Dry Cleaning
  • Transport Facilities
  • Parking
  • Doctor on Call



Last Updated on 07 December 2011




     


     

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