UMED BHAWAN (KOTA)  

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Kota Hotels : Umed Bhawan, Brijraj Bhawan, Sukhdham Kothi, Palkiya Haveli

S
ince olden days, the Maharaos of Kotah (as Kota was formerly called) had always lived in the medieval Fort inside the city. Wanting a modern palace for his personal use, Maharaja Umed Singh II settled for nothing but the best. He commissioned Sir Swinton Jacob, a distinguished officer of the Royal Engineers in the British Army, to design the building. As expected, Umed Bhawan came up in 1905 in the prevalent Indo-Sarcenic style. Plentiful supply of white Khimach and Pink Sandstone from nearby quarries helped, while Italian marble, among other things, had to be imported for flooring.

There was more to the impressive building apart from a peculiar clock tower –Separate zenana (ladies') wing, Durbar Hall (investiture room), Edwardian Drawing Room, Library, Billiards Room, the Banquet Hall and even a cinema hall. Every visiting dignitary, including Queen Mary, who visited Kotah State in 1905, has been entertained at the Umed Bhawan.

LOCATION : Nearest Airport: Jaipur: 242 Km.    Nearest Railhead: Kota: 6 Km.

ACCOMMODATION :
 25 air-conditioned rooms including suites with attached bath, hot and cold running water, colour TV in each room, direct dial telephone and 24 hours room service.

FACILITIES  :  

  • Television with satellite channels

  • Bar

  • Telephone with direct dialling facilities

  • Running hot and cold water

  • Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisine

  • Credit cards and money exchange

  • Jogging trail, badminton court, croquet, carom and chess

  • Conference and banquet facilities

  • Doctor on call

ADDRESS : Kota Rajasthan
 

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