Rang Niwas Palace, Udaipur

Rang Niwas Palace, Udaipur was built by Maharana Sajjan Singh (1874-84) for viewing the celebrations of Sithala Asthami. The royal possession was declared as a Heritage Hotel in 1975 and it continues to serve with the warmest of welcome. Located in the heart of Udaipur, Rajasthan's very own 'White City', Rang Niwas Palace is conveniently located near Gulab Bagh(Rose Garden),Railway Station (2km.),Bus Stand(1.5km.) and is just 20 mins. drive from the airport.

Accommodation and Dining

Ethnic decor blends harmoniously with modern conveniences in Rang Niwas Palace.

Live life royal style in any of the 20 gracious rooms--

4 Double Suites (AC)             Rs.2500-3000
2 Single Suites (AC)               Rs.1800-2100
6 Deluxe Rooms (AC)            Rs.1000-1200
8 Standard Rooms (N/AC)       Rs.770-990
  • All rooms have attached bath, telephones and 24 hr. running hot/cold water facilities.
  • Choice of Rajasthani, Indian and International cuisine in the in-house restaurant.
  • Restaurant and entertainment open between 7 am to 10 pm.
  • Room service from 6 am to 11 pm.
  • 10% tax applicable
  • Tariff valid from 15th July,2007

Facilities at Rang Niwas Palace, Udaipur
  • Swimming Pool
  • Cozy lounge with TV connection
  • Library
  • Pool Table
  • Games Room with Table Tennis
  • Laundry
  • Car Hire
  • Doctor on call
  • Shopping Arcade
  • Horse or Camel Safaris
  • Puppet Shows/Folk Dances on Request.

In and around and Udaipur
  • Lake Pichola
  • City Palace
  • Vintage Car Museum
  • Saheliyon ki Bari (Royal Garden)
  • Bagore-Ki Haveli
  • Jagdish temple
  • Gulab Bagh (Rose Garden)
  • Fateh Prakash Palace
  • Sajjangarh (Monsoon Palace)
  • Maharana Pratap Memorial (Moti Magari)
  • Shilpagram
  • Ahar
  • Raunakpur Temples (80km.)
  • Jaisamand Lake
  • Kumbhalgarh fort (60km.)
  • Chittaurgarh Fort (115km)
  • Srinathji Krishna Temple, Nathdwara (42km.)
  • Eklingji (Jain Temple) (25km.)

Contact and reservation

Rang Niwas Palace
Lake Palace Road,
Udaipur, Rajasthan (India)
Book online at: www.rangniwaspalace.com
Phone: 91-294-2523890/91
Fax: 91-294-2427797

Last Updated on : 8/05/2013




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