Hotel Umed Bhawan Palace, Kota

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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 project and in 1905, the Umed Bhawan Palace, built in the prevalent Indo-Sarcenic style, was constructed.
 

Accommodation

Hotel Umed Bhawan Palace has 32 spacious and well-appointed air-conditioned rooms including suites.

This Indo-Sarcenic, early 20th century palace has retained all the clean-cut solidity of the Victorian influence mingled with subtle Rajasthani trends as well as the trappings of royal comfort and aplomb. While the decorated ceilings and the marble corridors speak of its regal origins, the heirlooms and hunting trophies speak of the royal glories and lifestyles of the time.
 

Services & Amenities

Hotel Umed Bhawan palace offer facilities such as Television with satellite channels, Doctor on call, Running hot and cold water, Cuisine with continental, Indian, Rajasthani and Chinese food options, Jogging trail, badminton court, croquet, carom and chess, Conference facilities and Laundry and dry - cleaning.
 

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