Kota is a dusty and rough town otherwise. When u enter in the huge campus of the erstwhile campus, u get a good feel. It has thick tree cover. A 200 meter road leads u to this palace hotel. Rooms r big. Comfy bed. Bathroom is big. Good amenities inside. A good changing room I between bed and bath. Grt... More
- Also Known As:
- Umed Bhawan Palace Kota
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Maharaja Umed Singh II, ruling king of Kota in the early 1900s, who resided in the medieval fort within the city of Kota, decided that he wanted a modern palace for his personal use. He commissioned Sir Swinton Jacob, an officer of the Royal Engineers in the British Army to undertake the conception and implementation of this Palace Umed Bhawan. The Palace subtly blends Rajput and Victorian architecture. WelcomHeritage Umed Bhawan Palace, Kota exudes an aura of its own, Lush lawns and courtyards, picturesque ceilings, marble corridors, hunting trophies of yesteryear, along with exquisite royal heirlooms are the special features of the palace. ... more less
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