Taragarh Palace is a super luxury hotel administered by the Royal Family of Jammu and Kashmir. The original structure was built in 1931.Taragarh Palace was known by the name 'Al Hilal' during its early years.

Al Hilal was constructed by the Nawab of Bahawalpur as a summer residence.

Taragarh Palace has the hallmark of an European style residence.

Taragarh Palace is located in the cool Himalayan jungle of Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh.

Taragarh Palace has lush gardens to charm the visitor.

The Royal Family of Jammu and Kashmir brought Al Hilal in 1951. The dowager Maharani of the Royal Family of Jammu and Kashmir lived in the structure for several years. Taragarh Palace was converted into a hotel after her death. Taragarh Palace is presently a luxurious hotel offering quality facilities.

Taragarh Palace Hotel has 26 rooms and air conditioned suites. All rooms and suites offer the following facilities:
  • Telephone
  • Color Television
  • Tea Maker and Coffee Maker
  • Multi cuisine Imperial Dining Hall
  • Swimming Pool ( Operational from the months of April to October)
  • Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Carom
  • Bridge Table (and its accessories)
  • Conference Facilities
  • Steam
  • Fitness Center
  • Horse Riding ( available during the months from April to August)
  • Professional and relaxing Ayurvedic Massage
Taragarh Palace is in close proximity to the following local attractions:
  • Tashijong Monastery: Tashijong Monastery is 3 kilometers distant from Taragarh Palace. The place is famous for its Tibetan carpet weaving factory.
  • McLeodgunj, Upper Dharamsala: McLeodgunj is situated at a distance of 65 kilometers from Taragarh Palace. McLeodgunj is the residence of the Dalai Lama.

Last Updated on : 4/9/2012

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