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The Umed Bhawan Palace in Kota is a regal heritage hotel, which combines Rajput and Victorian designs in its architecture. Designed by Sir Swinton Jacob, for Maharaja Umed Singh II, the Umed Bhawan Palace was built in the Indo Saracenic architectural manner, in 1905. It has hosted numerous dignitaries over the years, including Queen Mary, when she visited Rajasthan in 1905. The palace was enlarged in 1930, when a new wing was added. This wing continues to be used as the residence of the royal family of Kota, while the rest of the palace is run as a Heritage hotel. The Palace is set in large gardens and has 25 air-conditioned rooms and suites. All rooms are equipped with satellite television, direct dial phone lines, and bathrooms with modern amenities and there is also a restaurant offering both Indian and international cuisine.

Please call 020 3813 2966 for more information or to make a booking.

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