Palkiya Haveli Kota

Hotel Palkiya Haveli Kota gives the feel of the traditional way of living in India to the tourists. Hotel Palkiya Haveli is a well known heritage hotel in Kota. Reflection of Rajput architecture is evident in the Palkiya Haveli. At one point of time, Palkiya Haveli belonged to the Rathores of Kota. The haveli was constructed by Thakur Deo Singh Ji.

There are 10 well appointed rooms in Hotel Palkiya Haveli. These rooms are fully air conditioned and are furnished with antique furniture. Tourists can choose from the super deluxe and standard rooms. Guests taking accommodation in this heritage hotel may expect best of room services provided by the hotel staffs.

Room Services in Hotel Palkiya Haveli in Kota:

  • 24 hour room service
  • Telephone connection
  • Attached bath
  • Running hot and cold water
Besides providing best of room services, the hotel authority also offers a number of facilities to the guests.

Hotel Services in Palkiya Haveli in Kota:

  • Laundry services
  • Money exchanger
  • Doctor on call
  • Fax service
  • Multi cuisine restaurant
  • Beauty parlor
  • Shopping center
  • Health club
The multi cuisine restaurant serves quality food to guests. It serves different Indian delicacies as well as some Continental dishes. The tourists can choose to spend their evening in the mini bar maintained by the hotel authority.

From the airport in Jaipur, the distance of the Hotel Palkiya Haveli, Kota is 250 km and from the railway station in Kota, the distance of the hotel is 7 km. Tourists can reach Palkiya Haveli Hotel from the nearby bus stand which lies at a distance of only 4 km.

Last Updated on 07 December 2011



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