Hotel Umed Bhawan Palace Kota

Hotel Umed Bhawan Palace, Kota is the palatial residence of the erstwhile royal family of Kota that has been converted into a heritage hotel in Kota. The opulence of the hotel adds to the aura of royalty with which the heritage hotel stands in the city of Kota.

The hotel is well furnished with the varied requirements of the national and the international tourists. The elegance and grandiosity of Hotel Umed Bhawan Palace in Kota ensures a royal retreat for the tourists who reside there. Designed by Sir Swinton Jacob, the interiors of the hotel shows a coalesce of the Rajput and the Victorian style of architecture.

The hotel is furnished with 25 rooms that are fully air conditioned. The rooms include the deluxe rooms and the suites that are magnificently decorated with antique furniture and vintage memorabilia. The lush green gardens and the marbled corridors with artistic paintings add to the regal atmosphere of the hotel. Hotel Umed Bhawan Palace at Kota has accommodated modern facilities within the vintage decor.

Facilities and services provided by Hotel Umed Bhawan Palace

  • Television with Satellite Connectivity
  • Telephone with Direct Dial Facilities
  • Currency Exchange
  • Travel Desk
  • Parking
  • Laundry and Dry Cleaning
  • Transport Facilities
  • Doctor on Call
  • Luggage Storage
  • Conference and Banquet Facilities
Hotel Umed Bhawan Palace Kota also provides the tourists with recreational facilities like jeep and elephant safaris, camping sites, jungle safari, jogging trail, chess rooms, badminton court and opportunities to play croquet. The exotic food and the hospitality provided in the hotel remind the tourists of the royalty of the yesteryears.

Last Updated on 07 December 2011



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